Belmont Park Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1931-06-12


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I : I l i I BELMONT PARK TURF NOTES f $ $ NEW YORK, N. Y.. June 11. Jockeys Catrone, Walls and Snider were fined 5 each by the starter for disobedience at the post in the first race. Toney Wallace arrived from Louisville to confer with Joseph E. Widener relative to the racing at Hialeah Park next winter. Wallace is racing secretary. Col. Al Mueller of New Orleans, arrived from Louisville, and deferred his European sailing until after the running of the Belmont Stakes. Trainer J. P. Jones stated that the two-, year-old Royal Al was showing improvement. The colt was kicked under the eye while parading to the post in his last race. Jockey J. Long, who suffered a bruised foot when he came through on the inside astride Aknahton last Saturday, will resume riding Friday. R. L. Gerrys Beeswax and a foal, and Beam, which were bred in Kentucky this spring to Gallant Fox and Sir Gallahad III., arrived at Belmont and were trans-. ferred to the farm at Delhi, N. Y. Bright Eyes and Talented have been re-• tired, and will be shipped to the Gerry farm to enter the stud. Trainer Dick Thompson stated that Baba Kenny would be saved for breeding. The mare suffered severe pain during the night. The ligaments were torn loose, and one small bone was knocked out of place.

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