Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-16


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p WASHINGTON PARK NOTES $ s HOMEWOOD. III., June 15. The Wild Rose Farm lost the two-year-old colt Fellowship. He broke a leg while in training Sunday morning and it was necessary to destroy him. B. Suhr sold the four-year-old Seclusion to A G. Crist at private sale. O. L. Foster returned from Omaha today. He has several horses campaigning here. J. N. Camdens three-year-old Hydromel arrived today at Washington Park from Latonia. The son of Light Brigade Honey Drew shipped well. Ralph Austin, the apprentice who showed much promise at Tijuana last winter, was at the course today for the first time since underwent an operation at Aurora more Ihe than a month ago.

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