Aqueduct Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1926-06-28


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» AQUEDUCT TURF NOTES NEW YORK, N. Y., June 26. Jockty C. Fairbrother will resume riding on Monday, following a suspension that was inflii -ted 1 the stewards of the Canadian Racing Associations at Woodbine last spring. E Rathman has severed his connection as trainer for the W. V. Dwyer Stable and will open a public stable and race several horses of his own. The stewards notified clerk of the scales Al Burlen to publish a notice la the sacra tarys office that schooling out of the chute would be prohibited during racing hours for the remaituhr of the meeting. Jockey F. Ioltiletti was suspended for five days by starter Cassidy for disobedience at the post in the sixth race "ii Friday. A asttce was BSSttfd in the secretarys office by the stewards that in the future, with ten or more starters in a race, lead ponies would not be allowed in the paddock. This rule will be rigidly enforced. J. Edwin Thomas claimed Gladstone out of the first race for ,500. Hob Smith claimed Tipstaff for ,700. » 1 i

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