Woodbine Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-05-25


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« « • WOODBINE TURF NOTES | $ $ Deep Regret was expressed among the horsemen when they learned of the death of W. O. Palmer of Nashville, Tenn., formerly affiliated with George M. Hendrie in the old Windsor Jockey Club. Condition books for the forthcoming meeting at Long Branch were distributed among the horsemen by Benny Jacobs. Jockey J. Petz, veteran rider, who returned to the saddle during the Maryland spring racing term, was an arrival to augment the riding colony here. Sylvester W. Labrot, master of Hollybrook breeding farm in Annapolis, Md., arrived to inspect the large band of racers that he is racing in the Dominion under the charge of William Irvine. I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Durant, who are show- ! j ing their silks in many of the jumping I j races during the Woodbine meeting, are j expected to arrive for the remainder of the Ontario Jockey Club racing. Jockey J. Serio, who rode with good success during the recent meeting at Hagers-town, Md., joined the local riding colony and will don silks as soon as his license is i granted by the Canadian Racing Associations. ! Frank J. Bryan, who serves in the capacity of steward and racing secretary for the Ontario Jockey Club and in similar capacities with the Maryland Jockey Club of Maryland, received and distributed among the horsemen stakes and condition books for the following meetings: A one-day session of the United Hunts and Racing Association, which will be staged at West Hills, Huntington, L. I.; the meeting of the Country Club at Brookline, Mass., which will run two days; the Raceland sixth annual meeting at the estate of John R. Macomber of Framingham Centre, Mass., and entry blanks for the Westchester Racing Association, which closes June 1. Jim Carter, a colored employe who saw service with Woods Garth for twelve years as a stable hand, a native of Warrington, Va., died from an unknown cause while tending his duties with the Garth horses at Thorncliffe Park Tuesday| The body was shipped to his home after an autopsy was performed in the morgue. ♦

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