Saratoga Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-08-27


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! SARATOGA TURF NOTES : : S r : W. R. Coe departed for New York and ! may return to witness the running of the ! Hopeful Stakes. I Mrs. W. Plunket Stewart has shipped from her farm, The Plains, in Virginia, six year- lings to Belmont Park, to be taken over by George Odom. Joseph E. Widener is expected in New York Saturday and will be here either Monday or Tuesday. The case against Belmont Conn, arrested for the alleged sponging of the horse Pane-tlan, had been postponed until Tuesday morning. Bail was set at 500t which was not furnished, and Conn was remanded to jail. Another arrest has been made in the case, but the detectives refused to divulge who the man was other than he was colored and had been under surveillance for several days. John Loftus announced that September X he would open a jublic stable.

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