Latest Turf News from Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-24


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[ I Latest Turf News From Havre W. A. Shea returned after a brief visit to New York. Walley Fessendon was a lirst time visitor from New York. .1. B. McDaniels sold the mare Chateaugay to .1. V. Dayton this afternoon. F. S. F. Randolph arrived at Fimliei this morning from his farm at Lakowood, N. J. Trainer J. Fitzsimrr.ons will ship a division of the CJuincy Stable to limlico this weQk. Bramton was excused from the first race by the stewards. The youngster is suffering from bucked shins. Martingale, .1. S. Cosdens Derby candidate, worked a half mile in 48% at Fimlico this morning. Kay Spence has changed the plans of the Audley Farm Stable and will ship to Louisville instead of Fimlico. Spence lias turned the three-year-old The Sage over to Matt Smart and he will be pointed for the steeplechase field. Scott Harlan arrived at Fimlico today with the Qreeatree Stable horses, in the string is the Freakness Stakes candidate Cherry Fie. Fred Wright, architect and builder of the Bowie race track, left for Fhoenixville, Fa., to prepare the plant there for the opening on May 15. John McTaggart arrived with the Green-tree Stable and will accept mounts during the remainder of the Havre de Grace meeting. G. C. Milton reports that Attorney Muir cooled out lime after his winning race on Satie-day. Milton wiil ship from here to Canada. Ray Kgan. who raced Mitten some years ago with considerable success and bred the fast horse High Cost, was an arrival from Fetalurr.a. Calif., today. Benjamin Beach, agent for Edward Trotter, accompanied by jockey J. Wallace, leaves for Lexington, Ky., on Wednesday. Wallace is under call to Trotter this year. Trainer F. Schelke is preparing the Thorn-cliffc Stable horses at Thorncliffe Fark. while sickness in the Seagram stable at Waterloo. Ontario, has delayed their shipment to Toronto. Trainer Max Ilirsch has nominated Mrs. G. V. Lofts jumper Sweepment to the Woodbine and Aintree Steeplechases to bo run at the spring meeting of the Ontario Jockey Club at Toronto. * Paul Cieeri, who races a stable on the Canadian circuit, accompanied by his trainer, leorge Finch, was an arrival from Toronto. Mr. Cieeri is seeking to replenish his stabl", having wintered but one horse, Geirge Duncan. Advices from Toronto are that the stables of Mrs. L. A. Livingston and J. C. Fletcher arrived at the Woodbine Park track from their respective winter quarters. The Livingston stable i.s said to Le a strong one this year. Fred Richard, president of the Dorval Jockey Club at Montreil, accompanied by Secretary Raymond Beudry. arrived today and conferred with Joseph McLennan in reference to plans for the coming spring meeting. Thomas Burke, well known as a bookmakers clerk for the ast twenty-five years, died at Akron, Ohio, last evening, according to advic?s received here today. Burke hailed from St. Louis and spent the past winter in Havana. The body will be interred in St. Louis. Max Hirsch has turned over the engagement book of jockey 10. Legero to Howard Goodwin. The bo is a Californian and came Fast with the J. B. Smith stable. Legero has ridden seven winners and Hirsch aims to give the youngster every possible oppor-, tunity.

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