Blue Bonnets Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-20


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BLUE BONNETS NOTES 4- MONTREAL, Que., June 18. HI J. Mclntyre, who repi-esents the Hamilton Jockey Club at the Canadian Racing Associations, was an arrival. He he is here to attend a meeting, which will be held in the clubhouse at Blue Bonnets on Monday. An announcement was made by the Montreal Jockey Club that the post time for the first race for the remainder of the meeting had been moved up to 2:30 p. m. The stabling at Delorimier Park is being eagerly sought by horsemen, many of whom plan to remain in Montreal until the next meetings at Blue Bonnets and Dorval. Harold Goodwin has decided to ship his stable from here to Hamilton. He will race at that meeting, also at Fort Erie and then ship back to Blue Bonnets, where he will rest up his horses until the opening of the Dorval meetings. Trainer "V. Brlngloe plans to split the Seagram Stable after the running of the first Dorval meeting. The main division under his care will be sent to Saratoga, while W. Donohue will race the second division at the Canadian meetings. There are some forty horses in training In the Seagram outfit and among them there are some pretty shifty racers. Harry Richards was an arrival from New York. He came up to ride Punjab in the Windsor Hotel Cup Handicap for W. J. Salmon. Richards plans to remain here until Wednesday, when he will return to Aqueduct. Jockey Josiah recovered from his slight indisposition rand was seen in action again tMa afternoon. .

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