untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-08

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LONG BRANCH TRACK READY Lake Shore Course Is in Splendid Condition for Inaugural Long Branch Handicap Attracts Such Wen WenKnown Known Horses as Penstlck Lieutenant H Hand and AucIIIa to Contest In Feature TORONTO Ont June 7 The success of the Long Branch meeting which begins Wed ¬ nesday at the beautiful Lake Shore course is reflected in the increased public interest which has been manifested in the two pre ¬ ceding race meetings at Woodbine and Thorn cliffe The same high quality of horse which has been supplying the sport at the other courses will be on hand for the Lomj Branch racing while several new arrivals will add variety to the fields fieldsEvery Every meeting finds the comparatively iew Long Branch track in better condition until this year it compares with the beat to be found in the country countryIt It was necessary to enlarge the stables this spring to take care of the greater num ¬ ber of horsemen who wished to race here and every stall at the track has an equine occupant so that there will be quantity as well at quality and large well matched fields should be in order throughout the seven days of the meeting meetingAmong Among the leading stables that will race at Long Branch are R E Potts R W Carter E Trueman H Neusteter J Arthur G W Foreman B E Campbell Seagram Stable W J Owens C Bilb W G Camp ¬ bell E P Summerfield L M Stable G B Foley W J Giblin B Harding J Hos kins J Nechamkin J C Fletcher P T Richardson J Keegan W C Trover R T Barker Arthur Brent G C Brenton and W Smithson SmithsonThere There will be no dearth of good riders the following being but a few of the many that have elected to ride at Long Branch instead of going east to Connaught Park George Corey J Butwell J McTaggart J Horn J Petrecca N Foden W Harvey H Church W Barr D Emery H Thomas J Walker R Leonard F Randall D Ran ¬ dall O Brown and L Feeney FeeneyAn An attractive program made up of four short distance races and three long distance races featured by the 2000 added Long Branch Handicap for threeyearolds and over at one mile and a sixteenth is of ¬ fered for the opening The handicap boasts a high class field including such well known handicap horses as Penstick Lieutenant II Aucilla and Grenier

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