Aurora Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-19


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! AURORA TURF NOTES f I : ® AURORA, 111., April 18. E. Travis also arrived with three racers from Havana, the property of S. S. Feidlien. Another incoming band to put in an appearance today was C. N. Freemans stable of nine thoroughbreds, this lot having been shipped on from M3ddIetown, Ind., where they have been rested up for a considerable time. From New Orleans came the application of the Wild Rose Stock Farm, iocally owned by Val Crane, for stabling room at Exposition Park. The application was promptly accepted and ten head of horses under the care of trainer A. Zimmer. are scheduled for an early arrival here. The stables contract apprentice rider, jockey C. Heay, a riding sensation at the Seminola Park winter meeting, will be brought along to do the bulk of tlie riding for this stable. Preston Burch, who trains the horses belonging to the Xevada Stock Farm Stable, advised the Aurora officials that twelve racers, the property of the stable, will be shipped to Exposition lark, and this shipment is expected to be on hand for the opening also. Jockeys R. Peternel, L Schaefer and the young apprentice rider I,. Jennor, all three of whom axe under contract to the Nevada Stock Farm, are also expected to make the trip.

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