Aurora Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1928-05-02


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I AURORA TURF NOTES t t i AURORA, 111., May 1. C. B. Irwins stable, campaigned at Tijuana during the winter months, reached here after i f» rest up at Omaha. C. B. Irwin was at Exposition Park today. T. E. Crist has secured the contract from D. Dennison on apprentice jockey Clarence E. Owens. Owens piloted a number of winners at Tijuana. J. C. Ellis advised the Exposition Park ! management that fifteen of Lis thorough- ! breds would be shipped here from Lexington. Ky.. on Tuesday, and stalls were reserved for them. J. J. Greely, with a stable of twelve thoroughbreds, including Devon, Anita M. and other racers well known to Chicago racing patrons, was an expected arrival from Lexington late todav, Greely having reported that he was transferring the consignment to Aurora. John Shank, president of the Hawthorne track, was an arrival from Louisville in time to be an interested visitor for the opening. He expressed gratification with the success of the Inaugural and predicted highly successful meetings at all courses. Jockey R. Crees, rider of Climax in the first race, was suspended for four days by starter Morrissey for his failure to begin with the others. Jockey J. Majestic arrived this morning from Havre de Grace and will ride for the : J. Bishop stable. F. C. Moshier brought Al Garnet from I Lexington and a two-year-old belonging to ! Thomas Downs. ; ! J. Frank, proprietor of the Leader Stable, has entrusted the training of the three-year- 1 old Tommie Tickle to T. F. Bornman. Another of the Leader Stables horses, Stuart Hunter, has been sent to a veterinary hospital in Chicago, where he will be operated on for a broken rib. Several owners got in from intermediate Illinois points, including Barton and Robert- j son with two horses : H. Kehres with one ; j R. Williams with two, and the Out West Stable came here from Tijuana. W. R. Padgetts contract rider, apprentice C. Landolt, who rode successfully at Lexing-1 ton during the opening week, joined the jockey colony at Aurora. Harry Morrissey stated that schooling hours for two-year-olds and horses which I are placed on the schooling list will be from ! 8 :30 to 9 :30 a. m., Chicago daylight saving time.

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