Fairmount Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1928-06-21


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FAIRM0UNT PARK NOTES $ i COLLINSVILLE, 111., June 20. The three-year-olds plater Focus found a new home when E. McCuan secured him via the claiming route from II. Brownlee at a cost of ,500. Clarence Reed shipped Becky Sue and Ze-fine, which were purchased at private sale from J. Philips, to the Riverside Tark track at Kansas City, Mo. The ,000 added Illinois Stakes, for two-year-old fillies, will feature next Saturdays racing at Fairmount Park. This is another of the early closing stakes of the spring meeting, for which eighty-four two-year-olds of the feminine sex were nominated. It is more than likely that an unusually good field of juveniles will make this stake one of the outstanding events of the racing season here. Jockey L. Hardy was an arrival at Fair-mount Park today and will remain here until Saturday to ride one of the Three Ds Stock Farm Stables horses in the Illinois Stakes. Jockey W. Doganowski was out to the course today for the first time since the occasion of the accident in which he suffered injuries when thrown from the horse Ali Baba in a race last Friday. C. E. Durnell, trainer for the Three Ds Stock Farm Stable, arrived from Arlington Park and was a visitor here today with a par./ of friends. R. S. Clarks fleet three-year-old Wisdom will be a starter in the National Rush Handicap at Arlington Park Saturday. The colt will be shipped tomorrow. Jockey E. Pool, the stable rider, will leave for Arlington Park Friday night and have the mount.

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