Racing at Conneaut Park, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-24


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| j RACING AT CONNEAUT PARK . CONNEAUT PARK, Pa.. June 23.— With L a substantial new addition to the grandstand now completed everything is in readiness for the opening of the Conneaut Lake Racing Associations spring meeting here tomorrow. • From present indications the weather and track conditions are also likely to be favorable. Despite the fact that one hundred new stalls have been added to this plant since last spring the stabling is inadequate and terns have been erecetd to house the overflow. There are now7 over 210 horses on the scene. The majority of the riders who performed 1 at the Erie, Pa., meeting are here ready to accept mounts. Among them are T. Wayt, V. Moore, T. Rae, C. Garner, G. Williams, L. Gray. R. Ball and many others. Jockey O. Otwell announced that he was departing for his home from Erie, due to illness in the family. D. Hill shipped his string to Maple Heights i Park, Cleveland, from Erie to rest up until the opening of the summer meeting there July 15. C. Howard shipped Back Bay, Cockroach and others of his string to Montreal. Joseph A. Murphy will serve as presiding judge at this meeting, C. Oliver associate judge, H. D. Monro racing secretary and Lester Dean as starter.

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