New York Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1928-05-02


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I NEW YORK TURF NOTES ♦: # LONG ISLAND, N. Y., May 1. Calm, winner of the fourth race Monday, was claimed for,000 by T. Quinlan. Sandy McNaughton made his first appearance in several days on Monday. He was laid up with an attack of neuritis. Tom Welsh and George W. Langdon were among the club house contingent Monday. George Read received word today that Pavia had foaled a filly by Noah at Blue Grass Heights Farm. This filly is probably the first of Noahs get. Gene Normjle, who is to succeed Jack Atkin in the management of the Tijuana Jockey Club next season, was a visitor Monday. The genial Gene is about as well known in New York as he is in San Diego, and he was kept busy all afternoon meeting old friends. The Glen Riddle Stable, in charge of trainer Conway, arrived at Belmont Park from Havre de Grace. Two three-door cars were reeiuired to move the shipment. Frederick Johnson shipped his four-year-old Brown Flash to Baltimore to start in the renewal of the J25.000 Dixie Handicap at Pimlico. Jockey Peterson will ride him. Lynn Garia, from the Raritan Stable, was fired by M. J. Dair yesterday. John Boone and Nelson Strang of the local office force were absent from eluty Monday because of illness. Jockeys Ratti. Leonard, Ayraud, Collins and Ellis were forced to cancel their engage-because of illness. Eider ami The Sirdar, steeplechasers in the Dorwood Stable, were shipped to Pimlico by trainer Whelan. Rubigny. a prominent English fencer, is due to arrive here within the next few days consigned to the Dorwood Stable. The weights for the Kings County Handicap were announced Monday. H. P. Whitney and Capt. R. H. Williams, who recently visited different breeding farms in Kentucky, returned Monelay.

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