Delegation of Canadians: Senator Belcourt, Edward Seagram and Thomas Gorman Saturdays Visitors at Havre., Daily Racing Form, 1925-04-19


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DELEGATION OF CANADIANS ] Senator Belcourt, Edward Seagram and Thomas Gorman Sat- ] nrdays Visitors at Havre. , i i HAVRE DE GRACE. Md., April 18.— A big , delegation of Canadians were at Havre de j Grace this afternoon. Among the distinguished visitors were Senator N. A. Bel-court, K. C, who is on his way to Singleton, t Senator Belcourt is honorary president of the Con naught Park Jockey Club. He was accompanied by Thomas Gorman, secretary of the club. Edward Seagram, the well known breeder and sportsman was another visitor. Mr. Gorman in speaking of Canadian racing said the dates of the Ottawa spring meeting had already been decided on. The meeting at Connaught Park will be from June 2 to 9. One hundred and fifty new stalls have been erected to replace the structure burned last falL Three new wells have been sunk on the property and the whole plant repainted and brushed up. Joseph McLennan, who has been doing missionary I I work for the club here, has the promise of many horsemen to ship their stables to Ottawa this spring. Mr. Seagram is enthusiastic over the outlook of racing in the Dominion. His extensive stable is here taking part in the Maryland meetings. Trainer W. H. Bringloe, who was here for several days, returned to the Woodbine course yesterday to get the Seagram Kings Platers ready for their early engagements. He left his assistant W. Beattman, to look after the Maryland division. | The condition books of the Ontario Jockey Clubs meeting were distributed among the horsemen by Joseph McLennan.

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