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


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j JAMAICA TURF NOTES | t ยป Eddie Burke, of the Havre de Grace association was among the visitors. Walter H. Dupee, well-known polo player and horseman, died at his home, Los Angeles, according to word received from the Coast. Dupee was a prominent figure in sporting circles on the Coast and was fifty-eight years old. R. V. Boyle and Roy Waldron stated that they would ship to Toronto for the ./ood-bine and Thorncliffe meetings. Mad Frump came out of the race Monday coughing badly and this accounted for his poor showing. Trainer Lealey stated that five others in the stable were suffering from the ailment. John Coburn will ship several horses to Blue Bonnets, awaiting the opening of the eastern Canadian season. Jockey H. Mills will ride De Valera in the Preakness. Trainer Fitzsimmons will not ship until the last minute, according to his present plans. Andy Schuttinger returned from Stromboli Farm, where he went to inspect the yearlings and brood mares at that point. J. McLennan reported the nomination of Mrs. Silas Masons Head Play, which finished second to Brokers Tip in the Kentucky Derby, for the Wood Memorial, to be run here May 20.

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