Fairmount Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1928-05-28


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FAIRMOUNT PARK NOTES T i i COLLINSVILLE, 111., May 26. There are several promising apprentice riders available here, including J. J. McTague, who has been riding in New York and who is connected with the -stable trained by his brother. The colors of G. W. Loft, New York turfman, will be carried by the two-year-olds Blandris and Hamca at the meeting. They are being trained by A. G. Robertson. Thirteen horses were placed on the preferred list today, being unable to get in Mondays program. Dr. W. E. Coover, Lexington veterinarian, arrived here with Aristos, a two-year-old colt by Sand Mole. Jockey Eare Pool and T. Maguire, respective riders of Dinner Dance and Algol, which started in the Coliinsville Handicap, returned to Louisville Saturday night. Dinner Dance also went back to Churchill Downs. +

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