New York Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-10


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I NEW YORK TURF NOTES I ♦ * George Odom reported that Irenes Bob was badly kicked in his race on Saturday and will be an absentee for two weeks. Harvey S. Takera, a Japanese, has applied for a trainers license. He has six horses at Belmont Park, owned by A. Munoz and Edward Kelly. Takera was with John E. Madden for five years, he has the unique distinction of training, exercising and plating his charges. Cambridgeshire and Monkey Shine, owned by Mrs. A. G. Santiago, arrived here from Havana in charge of trainer Carlos Dela-cedra. The training methods employed by the Chillean were surprising to local trainers, but no novelty to those who witnessed the methods in Cuba. The condition books of the United Hunts meeting were distributed among horsemen yesterday. Paul B. Codd wired track superintendent Tommy Maher at Jamaica that he will ship one carload of horses there from Maryland. W. L. Brodius arrived at Jamaica with his stable. Jockey Mack Garner was a Jamaica visitor. «

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