Hialeah Park Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1932-02-24


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I HIALEAH PARK GOSSIP : : 4 J. IL Kale of- the Nev York Fair Association was an arrival at Hialeah Park. He reports that the Syracuse track has been resurfaced and a- three-quarters chute installed. The six-day meeting will open Labor Day, and Mr. Kale predicts that it will surpass its successful 1931 session. Badges for the second Tropical Park meeting will be issued Wednesday, racing secre- tary H. D. Monroe announced. "Horsemen are requested to file their applications with secretary Monroe as soon as possible." John Marsch is shipping a division of his horses to Hialeah from Oriental Park in charge of trainer C. B. Bidencope. Joe Edwards has decided to place his useful mare Single Star on the shelf for a short rest. She has been arduously campaigned and suffered a slight cut on one of her legs in her recent race. She will probably be back in action before the Miami season closes. Charles Cafarelli has resigned as trainer of the horses of Mrs. W. Carfano, and Lou Williams saddled Partisan in the seventh race Tuesday. Jockey J. Pollard will leave for Havana, Cuba, by plane Wednesday to ride Mrs. P. A. Carreauds Kincsen in her stake engagement at Oriental Park. Tippy Toe, a five-year-old owned by the Reichert Brothers, died Monday. Jack Howard, western trainer, who severed his connection with the F. A. Carreaud establishment last week, has opened a public training establishment and expects to receive charge of horses for a number of varied interests before the Florida season closes. Jockey F. Chiavetta will leave today for New Orleans and will ride out the remainder of the Fair Grounds meeting. Dr. W. A. Swain, general agent, and R. H. West, Jr., general manager of the Hartford Insurance Company, were arrivals from Chicago. The Peconic Stables Calf Roper bowed a tendon this morning and will be out of training for some time. Jockey Lewis, who arrived from New Orleans, plans to remain until the conclusion of the racing-season in these parts when he will leave for Bowie to report to his contract employer, C. B. Schaeffer, who races in the nom de course of the Cold Stream Stud. Reports from the Riverside Hospital are that Al Davis is well on the road to recovery after an operation for the removal of his gall bladder. James Healy has arranged to ship the big string he raced at- Hialeah Park to Benning. They will entrain- some day next week. Healy wintered-twenty-five horses at Benning. Lightning Bolt has been let up on since his recent- victory; He will be entered in the Bowie- fixtures; for which he is eligible. Healy will have under his care one of the largest strings in training on the Metropolitan circuit next summer. -

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