Laurel Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-25


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LAUREL PARK NOTES LAUREL, Md., Oct 24. Jockey Liebgold departed for his home in Brooklyn. C. Soubre left for New Orleans with five head. Ex-Congressman J. Rhinock was among the afternoons visitors. Maddenstown pulled. up lame this morning, and was scratched from the third. II. G. Bedwell sent J. Stevens to Columbus to ride for the division of the Bedwell Stable in charge of the younger BedwelL H. G. Bedwell claimed Prince Hamlet from Sam Harris for ,000. Whitney sold Gymnast to W. J. Alford. J. Butler, owner of the Empire City race track, is an arrival, to remain over for the Maryland Handicap tomorrow. J. B. Campbell received blanks for stable applications at Miami from L. A. Cassidy. They are obtainable at the secretarys office. E. J. Morrow reserved six stalls at Pimlico. G. C. Winfrey asked for ten. Jack Golds-borough and W. Karrick are expected in the New York contingent Joe McLennon distributed stake blanks for the Bowie meeting and announced that the books of the meeting at Prince George Park will be published in a few days. Horsemen were grieved to learn of the death in Baltimore of Wilbur Kelly, son of Joe Kelly, inspector of the mutuels, and former scout for the New York Yankees. For failure to report Much Ado on time yesterday K. G. Nessi was fined 0. Joe Rowan was fined 0 for the same oversight in regard to Peter Piper. It was Joes second offense, hence the 0. C. N. Freeman claimed Suppliant from E. F. Whitney for ,500. The following six also had claims for the horse : K. Romney, B. Rouge, W. Durnan, S. Louis, A. M. Schadt and F. J. Boyle. After Freeman had out-drawn the others, S. Louis offered him 00 profit, but he turned it down. William P. Riggs, Frank Riggs, Edward Brennan and Morty Mahoney covered the plant in the interest of the Pimlico meeting. Secretary Rigg5 announced that Desha Breckenridge will ship Kentucky Cardinal to Pimlico for the Futurity and Walden stakes. The Pimlico office will be opened Thursday, when Frank J. Bryan will arrive from New York. B. Kennedy signed to ride in Canada next .summer for the Seagram Stable. Terry Wilson has. had the job for two years but has signed .a new contract with the International Stable and will report to George Walker at Tijuana after this meeting. Kennedy will go on a hunting trip in Canada after the Pimlico meeting and will winter at Louisville, reporting to the Seagram Stable in the spring.

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