Fair Grounds Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-12


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FAIR GROUNDS TURF NOTES . Veterinarians have definitely decided that F. Sansones Yeggman, which died here a few days ago, was a victim of paralysis. In his day Yeggman was a useful performer. Trainer R. McKeon stated that no insurance was carried on the five-year-old. Jack McPherson presented E. B. Avego, local sportsman, with the horse Sistony and he will be retired for light saddle purposes. Mrs. Jake Heupel, wife of the well known jockey, became the mother of an eight-pound daughter at the Touro Infirmary here today. The mother and baby were reported as doing nicely. Renaissance and Hoops, entered in the mile Panama Limited Purse Saturday, were saddled for light work over the fast going Friday morning. The former went three-quarters in 1:17, handily, and Hoops breezed three-eighths in :38. Prince Farthing, named for the "Panama," went a half in :51 easily. Bengal Tiger, the son of Manna among" the five E. R. Bradley eligibles for the local Derby, worked a mile in 1:45, handily. The Three Ds Stock Farms Liberty Limited, under preparation for the Kentucky Derby, breezed three-quarters in 1:20 here Friday morning. He was accompanied by Rowdy Boy.

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