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REDFERN HAS A BAD FALL
WHITNEY'S HIGH PRICED JOCKEY NARROWLY ESCAPES DEATH. His Mount, Alado, Bolts Into the Fence at Aqueduct and Is Killed, While the Boy Sustains a Broken Collar Bone--Saccharometer Shows Great Speed in the Handicap--Potente Captures the Flushing Stakes--Ethics Is Unlucky. Aqueduct Summaries. Elastic's Tranquilla Stakes. Race Results at Oakland. Vanderbilt to Quit French Turf. Tod Sloan'a Wife Ill. Notes of the Lakeside Track. Witful Shipped to Chicago. Death of a Derby Candidate. Corrigan Suffers from Hemorrhage. Exhibition Golf by Bernard Nicholis. Central Bantams, 9; Hull House 5.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Apr 24, 1903
Start Page: 6
Pages: 1
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[Special.]--Arthur Redfern, the highest salaried jockey in America, who will ride for William C. Whitney this year, had a narrow escape, from fatal injuries at Aqueduct this afternoon.

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