Latest Turf Gossip from New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1924-12-04


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i i j LATEST TURF GOSSIP FROM NEW ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS, La., Dec. 3. J. Dolin, in the employ of Jim Robertson, -had his first mount at the meeting, when he was astride May Girl in the second race. The veteran, M. Buxton, also made his first appearance in the saddle when lie rode Akbar in the. fourth race. J. A. Coburn sold today at private terms Superbum and St. Allan to S. B. Rawlins. They will be trained by C. Sanford. Hil McGinnis, inventor of the starting gate in use at Jefferson Park and other tracks, arrived Tuesday from Bowie. A. E. Barrett, owner of a number of horses in training at the Fair Grounds, arrived from Chicago for a brief visit. Nat Evans, well-known sportsman, who was in charge of the Casino at Oriental Park last year, was among the visitors, and plans to remain for several weeks. He is accompanied by his wife.

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