Lates Turf Gossip from New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1924-12-16


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LATEST TURF GOSSIP FROM NEW ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS, La., Dec. 15. E. J. Salt, John N. Pitz, Chester OMalley and IT. Croush have been granted trainers licenses. Jack McPherson has sold the three-year-old rataud gelding, Bush Buck, on private terms to H. Croush, who is in the market for four or five other horses. Jockey L. McDermott has fulfy recovered from the injuries he received when he fell from Foxmore early in the meeting and resumed riding Monday afternoon. Jockey Hay, under contract to E. It. Bradley, who had to suspend riding earlier in the meeting on account of injury, returned to the saddle during the afternoon. Mose Goldblatt, who attended the Simms sale in New York, returned today from the east. "It was a great sale," said Mr. Goldblatt, "but the offerings I was interested in went above my valuation and I refrained making any purchases." Commencing Tuesday, F. r. Dunne will be at Jefferson Park each afternoon and at the Fair Grounds track every morning or the purpose of accepting applications for trvlners and jockeys licenses for the Fair Grounds meeting. Jockey Ivan Parke, leading rider of the country for 1923 and j24 had his initial mount of the winter season here when he got astride Wild Aster in the fourth race. He was given a splendid welcome and it showed that he is as popular as ever with racing enthusiasts in this section. A

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