Fairmount Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-16


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i rFAIRMOUNT TURF N0TES1 S -Oft COLLINSVILLE, I1L, June 15. Starter William Snyder has excused Polar Sea and Murzim from his schooling list Harned Brothers purchased Gotham, three-year-old colt by CoL Vennie, from J. B. Rnspcss at private sale. The stables of J. B. Rcspess and Polk Laf-foon. In charge of trainers Lloyd Gentry and J. J. Flannigan, will be shipped tonight to Lincoln Fields. Starter Wm. Snyder added Funny Bunny, Swizzle, Augusta Dearborn, Chick Up, Chocolate Soldier, Twinkling, Indianapolis and Clique to his schooling list after Saturdays racing. Trainer Wayne Lewis has arrived with. Aleader, owned by J. H. Manhcimer of Chicago, the two-year-old Angon filly being an intended starter in the Illinois Stakes Saturday. Pride accompanied Aleader and will be started in one of the overnight handicaps. Maj. T. C. McDowell, one of the stewards here, has returned from his home in Lexington, Ky., where he went to attend the funeral of his son-in-law, Dr. Will Stucky. Edward Keep, prominent New Orleans sportsman, is an arrival. Johnny Daniels has Soiree, Hal Price Headleys Tryster filly, in fine condition, and she will be a starter in the Illinois Stakes. Joseph A. Murphy, steward here. Is being congratulated by his many friends for his plans in holding a meeting at the Tanforan track near San Francisco, starting October 27. Starting today the general admission price to Fairmount Park will be a dollar plue the war tax. The former admission was . A claim resulted following the running of the fourth race Wednesday, in which Nugent Brothers, represented here by Open Fire, claimed Chief Sabattus from H. P. Headley at a cost of ,200. Other recent claims were : Harned Bros, claimed Gotham from J. B. Respess. C. Irby claimed Brown Silk from H. P. Headley. Jockey T. Hale, the lad who was astride Trevis, which figured in the fall which came with the running of the Introductory raca of the afternoon, was found on examination by the track physicians to be suffering from a badly wrenched back and probable internal injuries, and was taken to St Marys hospital In Bast St Louis for further and closer examination.

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