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


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f WASHINGTON PARK NOTES ] I 4 e Four jockeys are tied for the riding honors - at Washington Park with five winners s each. They are C. E. Allen, R. Jones, J. • Smith and J. Neel. J. B. Theall has replaced J. D. Mooney as trainer of the good two-year-old filly, Miss s Careful. The youngster is owned by C. Pon-amski, " New Orleans turfman. Byron McNutt, who has charge of one of f the books at Agua Caliente each season, was an arrival from San Francisco. Jockey F. Burley has severed his connections with the stable of J. Marsch and will ride free lance in the future. A. J. Schuetz, who took two horses to o Riverside Park, Kansas City, recently, was s an arrival. Both his horses were claimed at the Riverside meeting. J. Coffey got in with the veteran plater r Searington. Latonia stakes closed Wednesday, June 1, . and Larry Bogenschutz, who took entries at Washington Park, reports that he has sent t in a large list. Despite the fact that Latonia i conflicts with Arlington Park, it is certain 1 that the Kentucky track will not be lacking % in material for its stake events. Walter Miller, famous old-time jockey, was 3 an arrival from New York. Miller, who returned from Europe about six months ago, is seeking to purchase a few horses to campaign - on Chicago tracks. It was announced that a sale of horses In i training, the property of the Keeneland ! Stud, would be sold at auction in the Washington Park paddock June 17. Fourteen horses, the property of W. C. • Weant, arrived from Louisville this morning. In the shipment were Wise Ann and i Flying Home. Late Date and Porters Dream worked a i mile each Thursday, and Fairlee three-quarters. The former was timed in 1:45% 5 and ran along well in hand, while Porters Dream, also rated under light restraint all the way, was caught in 1:45%. Fairlee went in 1:16% and was not fully extended. Evening, G. D. Wideners crack Illinois Oaks hopeful and regarded as one of, if not the best, of her division, came in for r much inspection at Washington Park k Thursday. The brown daughter of St. James s and Crepuscule was not taken from under the protecting shed of her stable, but while 3 receiving light exercise was the object of jr many critical, inspecting eyes and, needless to say, made a great impression. Jockey F. Burley has been released from 1 engagement by the stable of John Marsch and will ride free lance during the remainder _ of the meeting. Several eligibles for the 0,000 added Illinois Oaks, the popular and important Washington - Park feature to be renewed Saturday, , had useful preparation for that race on a i dull track at Homewood Thursday morning. They included Late Date and Fairlee, the ; Audley Farm eligibles, and F. A. Carreauds 3 Porters Dream. Jockey C. King, who was thrown recently, , has not accepted mounts since the accident, , although he escaped with a shaking up. O. L. Foster, who has been campaigning r part of his string at Riverside Park, Kansas 3 5 City, was an arrival Thursday. Webb Everett is making the engagements of jockey Bobby Jones, who led the riders on the Chicago circuit last season. Jockey Willie Johns was granted a license ; and made his first appearance in the saddle ; Thursday afternoon. The distance runner Wise Lee has been returned to training after being turned out all 1 3 jr 1 _ - , i ; 3 , , r 3 5 winter. H. Clausen will look after the train-s ing of the horse in the absence of the owner R. Pollard. Jockey George Woolf has been engaged to ride Adobe Post in the Ohio State Derby and left for Cleveland Thursday night. A. J. Schuetze, who recently returned from Riverside Park, where he lost his horses via the claiming route, claimed Hatteras out of the last race on Wednesday for ,000. Track superintendent Tom Young has set aside stalls for other of the horses of Mrs. John Hay Whitney and the addition to the division already on the grounds will be headed by the crack Stepenfetchit, candidate for the American Derby. Quarters for Boatswain, another leading candidate for the American Derby and others owned by Wal- » ♦

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