Agua Caliente Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-02-10


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I? AGUA CALIENTE NOTES Bert John, who was formerly connected with the Northway Stable, was among weekend visitors. He came from San Jose, Calif. Jockey E. J. Martin, the Australian rider who accompanied Phar Lap, on his long trip across the Pacifc, has been granted a jockeys license and will have the mount on the son of Night Raid in any starts he makes previous to the arrival of jockey Billy Elliot. Credentials from the Victoria Racing Club in Australia show that Martin has just completed his term of apprenticeship and is entitled to and would receive a jockeys license had he remained in Australia. T. Woodcock, assistant trainer of Phar Lap, was granted a trainers license. George Mayberry, former trainer for Baron Long, was among the arrivals. Joe Zemansky, who was formerly a business associate of James N. Crofton in border ventures, also got in. Walter Anderson, former rider, has purchased the contract which T. W. Rae held on apprentice F. Law. Jockey Lafoy Cunningham was an arrival from his home in Idaho, where he has been vacationing since the conclusion of the Tan-foran meeting. The Coronado Town Plate, an annual feature for lady jockeys, will be decided at Agua Caliente next Sunday.. i Jockey Gerald Smith, who rode in the steeplechase Sunday is not to be confused with jockey Glen Smith, the apprentice rider. Nuhat, which has been ailing with bucked shins, was on the track this morning and went a handy three furlongs. The youngster will be ready for. action again soon.

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