Fair Grounds Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-02-01


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FAIR GROUNDS TURF NOTES : , W. J. Potter secured stalls for six horses at the Fair Grounds and plans to send that number over from Mobile Monday. Others may be transferred to the local track later. Jockey Pat Remillard has been engaged to do the riding for the stable. Joe Bird has been authorized to act as agent for the stable of Mrs. H. Pyne and to make the engagements of J. OMalley. The well-known young trainer, Fred Mc-JElroy, returned from Florida and Cuba and after a few days here, goes to Hot Springs. McElroy will race a number of horses under his own colors this year and will assemble his stable in Kentucky late next month. C. D. Ponomsky, local owner, purchased Dear Nanette from A. Pelleteri and turned her over to former jockey J. D. Mooney to train. Ponomsky is the owner of the crack juvenile filly Miss Careful, also purchased from Pelleteri. During the illness of John Daniels, trainer; of the Southland Stable, C. R. Allen is looking after the Southland horses. Daniels hopes to be out and around early next week. R. H. New, wealthy owner of Toronto, and Hugh S. Wilson, of the same city, were visitors at the Fair Grounds, Saturday. Mr. New has a number of horses here in charge of Mr. Wilsons brother, William G. Wilson, and will make a two weeks stay. While here, Hugh Wilson may acquire a few horses of the hunter type for Mr. News account. Charles Landolt suffered bruises about the right leg when riding Spanish Way in. the opening race Friday and did not accept mounts today.

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