Fair Grounds Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-11


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"fair grounds turf notes j Tho HtowimlH Huapcndcd J. Hornandcz, five drtyn for rotih riding whllo imtrido Flntjor Tipn in tho firnl rnco WcdncHday. R. G. Thatcher, whoo racing hIUch have played nn hnjiortanl part in tho Fair Groundti xport, Is leaving Saturday for his homo at Ptiehlo, Colorado. Following tho close of tho meeting, trainer W. Sims goes to 1 lot Sprlngx for a short rest. He Is shipping the Thatcher racers to Churchill Downs from here. Apprentice J. Hind, whoso left foot was bruised when Florence Dolan struck him whllo on the way to tho post for tho last race Wednesday, was unahlo to fill his engagements Thursday, hut hopes to resume riding tomorrow. 1C. F. Carrulhera, general manager of the Exposition Park Jockey Club, will spend tho coming week hero. Ho Is expected to arrivo Sunday from Chicago. Carruthers today advised Frank Otis that tho Exposition Park course would bo thrown open to tho horsemen on March 17, and owners having confirmation of stall reservations may ship to the Aurora track on and after that date. Cuts about the mouth received in a fall from Dcxtro in the closing race Tuesday were giving apprentice James Neal considerable pain today and the youngster was under close observation. From a source close to the management of the Lexington track, comes word to the effect that purses during the spring meeting to be held there next month will be from 00 to ,000. Plans for the meeting are complete, it was said, and the Kentucky Associations applications for dates will be presented to the Kentucky State Commission at the next meeting of that body. Courtney Forsythe, who has been making J. McCoys engagements, is now giving some of his time to J. Hlad, .whose book was turned over to him yesterday. Eugene Lutz, who underwent a serious operation a month ago, today resumed charge of his stable. The condition of jockey Earl Pool, who was under the operating knife yesterday, was reported as most favorable today. Barring complications, he Is considered out of danger. Mrs. M. B. Prices Silverdale was reported to have struck himself in his race yesterday and will be out of training for some time.

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