Jamaica Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-27


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JAMAICA TURF NOTES ■ i ; _ _ , — __ JAMAICA, N. T.. April 26. John E. Maddens eastern racing stable of thirty-two thoroughbred arrived yesterday morning at Belmont Park. "Specs" Crawford was a spectator yesterday at Jamaica. It was necessary to take several stitches in his left side, when he was injured Thursday at Belmont Park Terminal. Hughie Gaitens. connected during the winter season with the mutuel department at Miami and Haw.na tracks and with the Bowi? track every spring, has joined Morty Lynchs staff on the clubhouse lawn. t Roger Minton is handling the riding engagements for H. Thurber. 1:. Ray and Rich. ard Moran. r. J. Malone will represent Linus McAtee in making saddleengagements. Byron Ray was severely bruised when Marylander stumbled leaving the hairier in the opening race Monday and was compelled to cancel the rest of his engagement for the afternosa. B. J. Tranter, of the Fasig-Tipton Company, announced today that he would hold a dispersal sale in the paddock am May 7. The Bedford Farm Stable and others will be represented in the sale. Frank J. Kearns with fourteen horses, including the New Jersey Stable, arrived from Havre de Grace. Laverne and Mark Fator arrived from Maryland and reported to trainer S. C. Ilil-dreth. The officials and stewards for the meeting at Jamaica include : Stewards, John E. Cowdin. George H. Bull. Robert A. Fairbairn. W. S. Vosburgh ; judges, E. C. Smith. C. Cornehlsen : starter. Mars Cassidy : assistant to the stewards at start, E. C. Potter: hindi-capper, W. S. Vosburgh ; clerk of scales, Albert Burlen : assistent clerk of scales. Nelson Strang: paddock and patrol judge, Austin McLaughlin ; patrol judges, H. O. Vosburgh. Goodloe McDowell; racing secretary. Henry . Pebler ; timer. John Miller. After the jam in the first race Monday, which resulted in the stumbling of Mary-lander and injury to jockey B. Ray, the stewards instructed secretary Pebler not to accept the entry of a numberof horses that would exceed one to each five feet in the width of the track at the starting point. Golden Pennant was claimed by T. O. Webber for ,600 in the opening tace Monday. W. H. Travers will ship Lester Doctors War Flame to Havre de Grace on Wednesday to start in the Chesapeake Stakes on Saturday. P. Pelletteri arrived Saturday at Aqueduct from Havana, bringing the horses that carried his colors at Oriental Park last winter. Jockey Johnny Kallum yesterday severed his connections with the Bud Fisher Stable and will ride free lance for the remainder of the season. Track superintendent Tom Mah«r felvem1 word from Fred T. Miller that he was motoring from Washington, I. C, in the uncovered wagon," but would be a few days late at Jamaica due to unlooked for breakdowns in the vicinity of Wilmington, Del. John T. Kermath will take a division of the W. J. Salmon stable, mostly jumpers, to Pimlico for that meeting, and thence to Woodbine Park, Toronto. Dunks Green and Gun Boat head the list. James Fitzsimmons will decide in the next few days as to what candidate will wear the Belair Stud colors in the renewal of the Preakness. Jack Welch braved the cold winds and watched the running of the six races from the clubhouse.

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