Capt. Clovers Mishap, Daily Racing Form, 1924-12-13


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CAPT. CLOVERS MISHAP HAVANA, Cuba, Dec. 12. Capt. Clover, owned by B. Mclntyre, trained by J. "W. Overly, fractured a frontal bone when he fell in the fifth race on Thursday. He was unconscious for five minutes. Dr. F. W. Ashe says the racing career of the five-year-old son of General Roberts Bavaria is at an end. Jockey Seremba was bruised when Capt. Clover went down in the middle of the track, and is unable to explain how the accident happened. The jockeys worst injury was that he bit his tongue in the fall.

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