Hamilton Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-30


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1 HAMILTON TURF NOTES HAMILTON, Oht., June 29. Fifteen members of the Seagram Stable, in charge of W. J. Donohue, will entrain for the Devonshire Jockey Club course on Thursday. Harold Thomas, who recently joined this establishment, will asoompany the shipment and will do the riding. Hymie Neusteter has changed his plans about shipping his entire band to Windsor, i He will send three to- that point in care of his agent. Bob Bolton, while the others will be sent to Fort Erie. Neusteter will make the trip back and forth to supervise the saddling of the respective starters. J. P. Smith, who handles the horses that perform for the Rivcrdale Stable, reported that the good Canadian filly Forecast II. came out of "her race on Monday badly cut about the legs. He predicts that she will be on the shelf for several months before she will be ready to stand training. Harold Goodwin has taken over the good plater Benny Rubin. Goodwin will ship five horses to Fort Erie following the meeting at Hamilton. F. M. Keely has taken out a probationary contract on George Fisher, a local lad, to whom he will endeavor to teach the art of race riding. Fisher is now in his seventeenth year and ap"pears to be a bright prospect. O. E. Pons, will ship the entire string he handles for various owners to Devonshire on Thursday. Three carloads, made up of different establishments, are scheduled to leave on the same day for the "Windsor course. The J. E. Brown, J. W. Bean and J. P. Smith horses will leave before the meeting comes to a close for Fort Erie, where several of the horses have been liberally engaged in the features. J. P. Smith, who handles a large band of racers, has taken first call on jockey J. Jo-siah for the remainder of the season in Canada. Second call on the lads services has been secured by J. J. Murphy. Horsemen are reminded that entries for the Statler Hotel Handicap can be made with Stanley E. Gillespie at the Hamilton Jockey Club office on Friday. He will also receive entries for the other races that are to be decided on the opening day at the Niagara Racing Association course at Fort Erie. Dr. Finch, the renowned throat specialist, was an arrival to treat one of the J. Fricker horses, and immediately after the operation he departed for new York. Previous to his coming here, Dr .Finch treated several horses at the Washington Park course. Benny Jacobs came up from Toronto to interest horsemen in the forthcoming meeting at Kenilworth Park, Windsor. He reports that the condition books for that meeting are now in the hands of the printers and they will be ready for distribution at the end of the week. He also reminded horsemen that the Kenuworth Handicap, at one mile and an eighth, with ,000 added, and the Dominion Handicap, at one mile and a sixteenth, witi a like amount added, will positively close on July 1. Both of the above numbers are fashioned for three-year-olds and over. Jockey. W. Harvey, who was astride Me-, rida in the opening today was reprimanded by the stewards, in addition to being fined 5 for taking a zigzagging course during the running of the contest.

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