Toronto Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-10


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| TORONTO TURF NOTES 1 • « The latest to ask for stalls at Long Branch wao H. Neville with Prince Peter, Your Flag, Gourdin and Finalist. J. G. Fair has asked stabling accommodations for his string of home-breds: Tab-son, Orb Bus, and the three juveniles, Meddle, Big Bus and Peter Can. George Alexandra arrived from Maryland with the main division of the J. E. Small-man string. The shipment was made up of Deedie. Happen, Feudal Lord, Wooly West, Authority, Heart Break, Dunlins Lad, Med-way, Golden Fate and Boscobel. The latter was claimed from Smallman during the Havre de Grace meeting by Nick Huff. The latter in turn lost her to the B. B. Stable, which sold her back to Smallman. The George M. Hendrie string now stabled at Hamilton will be brought to Woodbine the first part of next week. The stable comprises an even dozen, of which seven are three-year-olds, four juveniles and one four-year-old. Harry McDonald is the trainer of the string. The stable that Charlie OLeary will campaign this season for the Queen City Stable will embrace two jumpers and a trio to race on the flat. For the past few years the Queen City Stable, campaigned steeplechase performers exclusively. The four juvenile additions to the stable that W. J. Donohue is handling at Thorn-cliffe, are Socialite, a daughter of White Satin and Lady Carolyn, Cherished and Befriend, two fillies both claiming Masked Marvel II. as their sire, and the only gelding in the lot is Zorach, a son of Masked Marvel II. and North Star III., mare Buzzy Wuz. The quartet were shipped here from Hop-kinsville, Ky., and were bred by Mr. G. Clarke, part owner of the Hastings Stable, under whose colors they will perform. »

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