Havre De Grace Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-18


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I HAVRE DE GRACE N0TES~f ..-. . _ 8 HAVRE PE GRACE, Md.. April 16. Silver Fox will be ridden by Mark Fator, who has been at Rancocas Farm since his return from Tijuana. Laverne Fator, his older brother, who is the stables ace, is expected to come here next week with the three-year-olds. Tawrence J. Carey and Senator "Butch" Joyce, the veteran betting commissioners, were visitors from Brooklyn. James Rowe, Jr.. came down from Brook-dale Farm to saddle Croyden for his Harford engagement. His father, James Rowe, is visiting his son Belmont Rowe, who has been confined to a sanitarium at Ashevitle for the last eighteen months. E. T. Schaefer boug... Gnome Second from the Pastime Stable at private terms. Trainer James Healy, Sr., brought a game, but unlucky, mare down from his Glasgow, Pel., farm in Brown Stout. This. Mrs. F. Ambrose Clarks representative, suffered repeated interference through the running before finishing a close fifth. Mr. Healy will send five steeplechasers and five flat performers from the farm to participate in the United Hunts meeting at Belmont Terminal. A division will be sent to Pimlico for the Maryland Jockey Clubs meeting. The imported stallion Roman Batcheler, is standing at Healy s Farm. He was recently bred to Loch Ayr. Kassel, Greenan Iissie, Koran and Holly. The majority of these campaigned in the Mrs. Clarks silks. William Garth will invade the West this summer, according to present plans. He has reserved stall room at Chicago and Fair-mount Park. L T. Cooper, owner of the Island Farm Stable, received bad news upon his arrival today. The juvenile filly Nellie Blue Eyes, which trainer "Doc" Crawford brought here from Miami last week, died. She was a daughter of Peter Pan — Lucky Flight, and won her last start at the Florida track.

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