Jefferson Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-01-13


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I JEFFERSON PARK NOTES j . . ,5, ; : Frank Sansone, owner of Yeggman, Reproof and Black Patricia, racing here under the direction of H. E. Torke, was an arrival. He will remain for some time. Arthur Sparks, in charge of the calculating department at Tanforan, Riverside Park and other tracks, was an arrival from San Francisco. He was accompanied by Mrs. Sparks and their children and the long trip was made by motor. Albert Mott has been engaged to make the mounts of, apprentice V. Roussell, local boy, with the E. K. Bryson stable. Mott also looks after Willie Garners engagements. Jockeys E. Delmado and E. Level were back in action today after short layoffs, due to injuries and illness, respectively. Delmado had a foot injured while schooling a two-year-old last Friday and fever forced Level to remain indoors for a week. Another new rider made his bow Monday when Albert Childress, a local boy, with the J. J. Coughlin stable, had the leg up on Blue Hawaii. He is under engagement to Coughlin for three years and is well regarded. Solly Tichner entrained for Miami, after spending two days here. I. C. Cahn is leaving here next month for Lees Summit, Mo., where he will take up the horses of M. E. Casey and prepare them for shipment to Churchill Downs, where they will be conditioned for the 1932 campaign. He plans to ship ten older racers and one two-year-old to that Louisville track until March 1. Ei L. Dalton of Dallas -and owner of the Suburban Gardens, popular local night club, is negotiating for several horses and if the various deals go through he will have five or six head to carry his colors. He purchased Traumel from S. N. Holman last Friday. That homesick feeling got the best of Edward Haughton and he pulled out for his Spring Lake Farm in Kentucky last Saturday. He plans to return Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nash are arriving Friday from Chicago and will remain for some time. Mr. Nash and his brother, P. A. Nash, maintain, the Shandon Farm and racing stable. Such other of the horses in the big stable Jack McPherson has at the Fair Grounds as the good three-year-old filly Sarietta, which finished second in the Selima Stakes; Merry Fox, Glastonbury and Prince Pest will be ready for colors with the opening of the Fair Grounds meeting. Under present plans, McPherson will not race any of the R. A. Fairbairn two-years-olds here. Pete Groos took out a license and will be seen, astride some of the Greentree Stable horses at Jefferson Park and Fair Grounds. Jack Lahey, a groom unemployed at this time, was suddenly stricken ill and was removed to the Charity Hospital. Nature of his illness is undetermined. Sis Esther, a consistent winner here, which was badly cut about the legs In her last start, is back in training and will be ready for competition before the current meeting terminates. The fifth issue of conditions to cover tha racing from January 13 to January 23, inclusive, was released to horsemen today bj racing secretary Reeder,

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