To Race at Miami Track: Greentree Stable and H. P. Whitney Winter String to be Seen at New Florida Course, Daily Racing Form, 1924-12-04


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TO RACE AT MIAMI TRACK Greentree Stable and H. P. Whitney Winter String to Be Seen at New Florida Course. MIAMI, Fla., Dec. 3. L. A. Cassidy of the Miami Jockey Club received a message today from trainers Clyde Phillips of the Greentree Stable and Mose Goldblatt, who trains a division of the Harry Payne AVhit-ney Stable, announcing that they would both ship from New Orleans to the Hileah course after the first of the year. The Greentree Stable of Mrs. Payne "Whitney will be one of the most pretentious on the ground, while Mose Goldblatt has some twenty odd horses in his care. Jockey Ivan Parke, who led the list of winning riders in 1923 and 1924, and at present under contract to Harry Payne Whitney, will accompany the Goldblatt Stable. Among other jockeys who have written and signified their intention of pursuing their vocation at Miami, are George Babin, Clarence Kummer, L. McAtee, Clarence Turner and J. Callahan. The latter will ride for the stable of W. II. Coe, which will be shipped from Belmont Park.

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