New Orleans Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-22


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NEW ORLEANS TURF NOTES j Prior to shipping to Louisville, Phil Reuter stated that he had Prince Pacaw and Indian Boy, two juveniles, unsexed and that upon his arrival in Kentucky, Diodoro and Alfred D. , which have been campaigned in Havana and Florida during the season, would be i added to his string. Mr. Marschs Ipsara, a filly, will be sent on , . to Thomas Piatts thoroughbred nursery for breeding purposes. Reuter will take up Dr. Klein and Prince . Joe, two juveniles that have wintered in ; care of D. Jones at Douglas Park. This pair, the Marsch trainer stated, had been named for all of the important western juvenile ; fixtures. The three-year-olds Tranter, Six Bits, Sure Pop and Inscrutable will also be ; added to the stable. The one car that got away for Exposition t Park, Aurora, 111., included the horses of I E. E. Major. J. H. McCoole and C. Baldwin William Hurley has selected the division 1 of E R. Bradley horses that are to be ; transferred to Idle Hour Farm next week, while he takes the remainder to Maryland for a spring campaign Those going to the , arm are aBttling Knight, Bolinty and Board Walker. Hurley, accompanied by jockey J. Smith, plans to ship to Bowie about t March 26. The winter division of Greentree Stable , horses that raced here in the care of Jack c Middleton, will not be disturbed for shipping r purposes until next Sunday. This shipment t will comprise two cars and are scheduled to j go direct to Lexington. Webb Everett, who serves as paddock - judge for the meeting at Tanforan, started 1 for that point Sunday. Everett spent the B greater part of the winter here.

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