Hialeah Park Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-02-01


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HIALEAH PARK TURF NOTES Racing secretary J. S. Wallace is distributing blanks for the spring stakes at Churchill Downs. They include the 0,000 added Kentucky Derby, the Bashford Manor Stakes, the Kentucky Oaks and the Clark Handicap. Nominations close Wednesday, February 3. Word was received at Hialeah Park that L. V. Bellew will dispatch two horses in the shipment consigned by Ed McCuan for Oriental Park, Cuba. Clerk of scales Al Burlen wishes to remind horsemen that Jamaica and Aqueduct stakes close on Monday, February 1. Racing secretary Joseph McLennan wires that the nominations for the Louisiana Derby, to be run at the Fair Grounds March 19, close tomorrow. Luke Tully is distributing the blanks at Hialeah Park for the Crescent City special. The Hialeah Park stewards have issued riding licenses to R. Hoade, who worked for trainer James Fitzsimmons, and apprentice T. Concannon, with the G. D. Widener establishment. Trainer Henry McDaniel, who has been in Miami since New Years day, will return North to take up the horses of his employer, J. E. Widener, for the spring campaign. Mrs. Grace. Denney has decided to race Reservation and Night Edition in claiming events. She intends to retire from racing and takes this means of disposing of these two horses. J. I. Smith is looking after the stable until the arrival of Dick Denney, who is coming on from Kentucky this week. Night Edition will be entered in a claiming race on Monday. J. W. Healy, who acquired, the mare, Outburst, via the claiming route the other day, has arranged to send the mare to Kentucky and breed her to The Porter. Outburst, a half-sister to Toro and Brocado is from that good mare Boccotale, which brought 9,000 by public auction at the sale of the E. B. McLean broodmares last fall. A. G. Robertson acquired by private purchase in Cuba, the mare Charming Note, by Polymelian Atlielone. She arrived at Hialeah a few days ago and will be included in the shipment that is leaving for Lex- ington Sunday. Robertson has arranged to breed Charming Note. J. P. Smith, who spent several weeks at Hot Springs, is due here Monday. The . horses that Smith is handling for his, employer, Victor Emanuel, which are wintering at Aiken, S. C, are reported to be doing well. Dusky Dame, Dancing Mack, Lady Broadcast and John F. are the latest additions to starter .Cassidys schooling list,

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