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


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ARLINGTON PARK NOTES t * J ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, 111., June 20. The Sanola Stock Farm purchased Boor Boy from J. McGee following his winning race yesterday and he ran in the interests of his new owner today. J. J. Keith, acting for the Palmo Stock Farm, purchased the two-year-old brown colt Luath, by Luke McLuke— Jackalein, from Mrs. John D. Hertz. Acting for H. P. Headley, trainer Walter Taylor sold the filly Mimi to Mose Shapoff. Jockey L. Hardy accompanied C. E. Dur-nell to Fairmount Bark last night to ride Thats Hit in the two-year-old filly stake at that track. Smiling Gus was shipped with ihe filly. Griffin Watkins Irish Pal, which has been at Fairmount Park, will be returned here to start in the American National Rush Handicap Saturday and J. F. Schorr is expected to ship E. B. McLeans Greenock from Latonia to run in the stake. The stable of Ridgely Nicholas arrived today from Fairmount Park. It embraces Patsy Jane, Twinkling, Booze Beyer, LEssence and Pikduik. Patsy Jane is an eligible for the Rush Handicap. The apprentice C. Meyer resumed riding today after being out of the saddle for a month, having suffered a broken arm in a fall at Churchill Downs.

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