Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-06-04


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; WASHINGTON PARK NOTES 4 4 Jockey Charley Turner, Louisville, Ky., lad, under engagement to trainer Tommy Taylor, was out for the first time Friday in eight days, during which time he was confined to his room with an attack of la grippe. He will resume riding next Monday. J. J. "Mugsy" Russell, former jockey and erstwhile trainer, is nursing an injured left arm, sustained while playing golf Thursday. Several ligaments were torn loose in the arm. Eddie Von Roenn vanned four horses to Washington Park from Churchill Downs. Following the first race, in which he rode Wise Advocate, jockey Willie Fronk collapsed in the jockeys quarters. He was treated by Dr. Stapleton, track physician, who attributed the attack to excessive re-ducipg. Twenty-seven horses came over from Lincoln Fields to fill engagements at Washington Park today. This was a new high number for the present meeting. Bobby Gore, a valet, was painfully injured while saddling Va Carriendo in the sixth race Thursday. The animal jammed Gore , against the paddock stall, breaking two ribs and dislocating his collarbone. He is at present in the hospital. Jockey Herman Schutte returned from Belmont Park, where he rode Gallant Knight in the Suburban Handicap Monday. Ladfield, favorite in the sixth race Thursday, . developed a quarter crack and will be i laid up for some time. Jockey C. Landolt, who received a bad fall one week ago, accepted mounts for the first time since the accident. Capt. E. B. McKinley of the U. S. Remount Service has wired that he will be at Washington . Park for the purpose of purchasing horsss for the army. Owners having animals . for sale are requested to leave their • names with Francis Dunne at the secretarys j office. Jockey L. Pichon has severed his connections with the stable of F. A. Carreaud and jwill ride free lance in the future. Jockey A. Dickey, who has grown quite heavy, had his first mount in some time when he rode Culloden in the last race Friday. By riding two winners Thursday jockey Bobby Jones, who led the riders on the Chicago • circuit last season, went to the head of ! the Washington Park riding list. He has i piloted seven winners at this meeting to • ! i 1 i date. Jockeys C. E. Allen and J. Neel have each ridden six winners. ., ■ ■ • j Willie Hoag, former race rider and -for several years trainer of the stable of P. H. Krick and Son, has taken a three-year contract on Bernard Fowler, Kentucky youngster. Fowler has been galloping horses -for several years and Hoag regards him as an excellent prospect and will give him his first chance in colors during the present Wash-» ington Park meeting. _. •

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