Woodbine Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-26


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WOODBINE TURF NOTES TORONTO Ont May 25 25The The stewards ordered that the further entry of Corinth be refused at Woodbine Park The horse is a notoriously bad actor and held responsible for long delays at the post postJack Jack Pryce who came up from Belmont Park with the W J Salmon horses was relieved by the head trainer of the estab ¬ lishment T J Healey The latter will re ¬ main here for the balance of the meeting while Pryce left for St Louis to assume charge of the division of the stable that will be campaigned on the western tracks tracksThere There will be no wagering on the TallyHo Steeplechase which will be run as the seventh race Thursday This is done to con ¬ form with the law which stipulates that there shall be only seven races a day at any one course in Canada CanadaPrank Prank Rector one of the old guard of trainers is here with Luxembourg and a twoyearold He plans to race in Canada all summer summerKnight Knight which supported the Seagram string in the Victoria Stakes came out of the race in bad shape The colt was jumped on and was with some difficulty led off the track trackGuingamp Guingamp broke down so badly in the steeplechase that it was necessary to load the horse on an ambulance in order to get him off the course courseE E P Omara who looks after Commander J K Ross turf interests is here arranging details for the sale of the Ross horses which will be held at Thorncliffe on Tuesday next nextThe The owner of Bombino winner of the Hopeful Steeplechase on Monday received 5500 extra donated by the Ontario Jockey Club to the owner of any horse winning a steeplechase the propertyof a Canadian This is done to encourage crosscountry sport in Canada CanadaThe The apprentice R Blackburn under con ¬ tract to J Fitzsimmons trainer of the Belair Stud was an arrival from Belmont Park He came here to join the stable of Harold Goodwin and will ride the latters horses on the Canadian tracks this summer Good ¬ win is making his engagements engagementsW W E Martin got in yesterday with his band which included the Three Ds Stables Frosty Boy Dorchester and Whistle WhistleBefore Before the races this afternoon their excel ¬ lencies Viscount and Lady Willingdon at ¬ tended a luncheon given in their honor by the directors of the Ontario Jockey Club in the clubhouse at Woodbine Park The state equippage used by the governorgeneral is a family heirloom It is the same carriage that conveyed the late Lord Brassey father of Viscountess Willingdon when he drove to the Melbourne Course to witness the run ¬ ning of the famous Melbourne Cup the great ¬ est fixture on the Australian turf It was also used by Lord Brassey in Calcutta when he was viceroy of India IndiaThe The condition books of the Long Branch meeting were distributed among the horse ¬ men yesterday by secretary Wash NorvelL The book is a most pretentious one the purses running from 51000 to 2500 in value There are races in the book to suit all classes of horses and excellent sport should be wit ¬ nessed at Torontos newest race course courseHoward Howard Pierson publicity man for the Windsor Jockey Club was a visitor He predicts a most successful meeting at the old Windsor track and assisted Joseph McLen ¬ nan in the closing of the stakes to be run at both the Windsor meetings Dan Farmer who has acted as track superintendent at Windsor for many years will be at the course next week preparing the plant for the first meeting meetingA A H Louden reports that an effort would be made to save the jumper Guingamp and if he responds to treatment will be used as a saddle pony The jumpers Not Much and The Red Knight will be prepared for the jumping races at Saratoga SaratogaJockey Jockey W Harvey whose contract with the Greentree Stable expired a few weeks back is expected from New York to ride for H Neusteter NeusteterThe The following cables were received at the office of the Ontario Jockey Club ClubFrom From the private secretary of His Majesty Please convey to Ryland New His Majestys sincere congratulations on winning the Kings Plate PlateFrom From the Viscount Byng of Vimy VimyPlease Please congratulate ine winner of Kings Plate PlateW W A Wollman wired that he was shipping his stable from Belmont Park to the Thorn ¬ cliffe track

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