Hialeah Park Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-02-24


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? HIALEAH PARK TURF NOTES e $ W. T. Anderson shipped a carload of horses to Columbia, S. C. He will freshen his stock up at the Buxton Brothers establishment for the spring campaign. Clarence Buxton, who passed through from Havana on his way to his winter quarters at Columbia, S. C, over the week-end, announced that he had signed jockey Frank Horn to ride for J. H. Louchheim this year. Buxton invited newspapermen covering the Hialeah meeting to visit his Columbia quarters to look over T. M. Cassidys Universe, J. H. Louchheims Economic and W. J. Salmons Mad Pursuit, which are expected to be factors in the three-year-old races this year. John Hertz was an arrival and enjoyed the racing from his box. He will return North after visiting for a week. Warren Wright has received news of the foaling of a fine black colt at his Calumet farm. This baby thoroughbred is a son of Mad Hatter and Arethuse, a daughter of Whisk Broom n. This is the first of Mr. Warrens thoroughbred foals and there are other matrons that are due to foal within a few weeks. Charlie Reynolds, apprentice under contract to the Buxton Brothers, has been loaned to Frank Kearns for the remainder of the Florida season. Al Opperman, G. N. B. chief, received congratulations upon the landing of a seventy-eight-pound amberjack, which topped the string which his party caught on a fishing trip off the Florida Keys over the week-end. The G. N. B. chief is an ardent disciple of Walton and is the most successful of the fishing colony recruited from the race track. Joseph E. Widerier will be presented today with a pastel portrait done by Haskell Coffin by the New York Turf Writers Association. The portrait is beautifully executed and will hang in the board room of the Miami Jockey Club. It was signed by the members of the Metropolitan writing corps covering the meeting. Joseph McLennan, racing secretary of the Southern Maryland Racing Association, wires that the books for Bowie will be ready for distribution on March 1. They will be turned over to "Florida horsemen by T. K. Lynch, assistant general manager of the Maryland course. Charlie Kurtsinger, first string jockey for the Greentree Stable, has been called back to the Brookdale Farm to assist in the preparation of the establishments horses for the opening of the eastern campaign. Five amplifiers have been installed for broadcasting of the Charity Day program at Hialeah Park. Helen Morgan, Irene Bor-doni and Norma Terris will feature the Miami Jockey Clubs offering and will entertain the crowd between the races.

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