New York Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-04


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I NEW YORK TURF NOTES II ♦— Jack McPherson, with several horsea owned by R. A. Fairbairn and some for himself, arrived at Belmont Park from Maryland. His lot is headed by Glastonbury. Joe McLennan was a Belmont Park visitor during the morning and accepted several nominations to the Paumonok Handicap and other stake races at Jamaica. William A. Porter returned from Pimlico and will await the opening of the Jamaica meeting. Stalls in the C. V. Whitney stable at Belmont Park were bedded down in preparation for the arrival of a division of the stable from the farm at Red Bank, N. J. The Greentree Stable at Belmont Park was stocked with hay, straw and other fod-det awaiting the arrival of the horses. The E. R. Bradley stable will not be represented in early spring racing in New York, according to reports in circulation yesterday at Belmont Park. Jockey "Tony" Pascuma arrived from Maryland and reported to trainer H. C. Riddle at Jamaica. The secretarys office at Jamaica was opened Tuesday afternoon for the first time. Badge application list and other office details were taken care of. Starter George Cassidy, a recruit to the flyers ranks, will undergo an examination in the near future for an advanced license. Wally Fe3senden and Bill Keeley, two veterans, were at Jamaica watching morning trials. Andy Schuttinger vanned several horses to Jamaica and paddocked them during the morning. William Garth vanned several horses from Aqueduct to Jamaica for trials over that track and paddock education. John Shields arrived at Aqueduct with a division of the A L. Aste stable destined for New Yo k racing. M. J. Miles was a work watcher at Aqueduct. He is on the lookout for several horses for this season. Smiling Jeff, a two-year-old, in the A. J. Gadek stable, was gelded. J. H. Louchheim was an Aqueduct visitor and will leave soon for Louisville to witness the running of the Kentucky Derby. Mrs. Dodge Sloan, represented in the Kentucky Derby by Inlander, left for Louisville Wednesday to witness the running Jockey Mack Garner declined the offer to ride Inlander in the Derby due to stable engagements at Jamaica on Saturday.

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