Empire City Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1923-10-27


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EMPIRE CITY TURF NOTES A. B. Gordon, acting for H. C. Fisher, sold the two-year-old Illustrator to Mrs. W. M. Baird and the three-year-old Diamond Dick to C. W. Gasser Friday. The six horses in training remaining in the Fisher stable will be shipped to "Pimlico next week and later to Louisville, to join the ten yearlings at Douglas Park. Walter E. Healey claimed Ebony Belle Thursday for ,000. By a ruling of the Empire City stewards jockey Jelley was. suspended for the remainder of the meeting, denied the privileges of the grounds," and his case was referred to the stewards of the Jockey Club,

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