Latest Turf News from Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-28


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Latest Turf News From Havre G. E. Phillips has purchased the plater Freezy Sneezy from J. H. Deavenport. Three claims were filed for Johnny Dundee and J. Bauer secured him in the draw lor ,800. John Goebel and Julian H. White left for New York to await the opening of the metropolitan season. Hart Dernham made his first appearance of the season, having motored up from Florida with Mrs. Dernham. E. J. Salt, who has been confined to his hotel for the last two weeks from illness, was a first-time visitor. Allan Bulcroft of Montreal came here to attend the dispersal sale of the horses of the estate of the late G. L. Blackford. John P. Walsh of Chicago, after buying Chief Curry at the Blackford estate sale, turned him over to John Luckey to train. J. B. Campbell was an arrival from the South to take up his duties with the Maryland Jockey Club at Pimlico next week. T. W. OBrien reports that he has three mares foaling in Kentucky. Pour mares by Pluvious will be bred to Heno this season at the OBrien farm. Washington Rufus Norval has notified Joseph McLennan that he will receive applications for stable reservations at Ken il worth for the summer meeting. Trainer W. Shields left for Philadelphia yesterday to enter a hospital and undergo treatment for his illness. John I. Smith had taken over the Kilmer horses trained by Shields. J. B. Campbell will be at Havre de Grace tomorrow and Monday to accept entries for the opening day at Pimlico Tuesday. These entries are to close at the usual hour of 11 oclock Monday forenoon. Three claims were filed this afternoon. S. Louis took Wrangler from G. Peterson for ,800 and J. Bauer took The Roll Call from W. Cahill for a like amount. B. Harding took Pennon from E. B. McLean for ,200.

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