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


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I WOODBINE TURF NOTES | « * Another Kings Plate prospect put in an appearance at Woodbine Tuesday morning ■when Papalico, the T. S. Cochenour hope, along with other members of the string was assigned quarters. The stable vanned down from Hamilton and comprises the following: Quatra Bras, Manotacks and the two juveniles Galang and Worthy Duke besides the Guineas candidate. Jean W. was left at Hamilton but will rejoin the main division within a few days. Jockey J. Longo accompanied the shipment. Papalicos latest move before leaving the Hamilton Jockey Club course was a mile in 1:46. Roy Waldron has written that he would send fifteen head to Woodbine. They are scheduled to leave New York May 15. Magyar and Flighty Anna, two well known performers on Canadian tracks last season, will be included in the shipment. R. V. Boyle is expected at Woodbine, May 15, with the following members of the Geneseo Stable: Luggage, At Sunrise, Por-terette, Broad Lights, Rubio, Bridgemaster, Goliath, Houssain, Go Harvey, Brovic, Tro-boy, Poll Parrot, Polly Obo and Unchanging. I "Conny" Smythes Plate candidates Canny Age and Court Butterfly were sent the full Plate distance at Thorncliffe Tuesday morning. The nine furlongs was negotiated in 1:58. The latest training move of the H. C. Hatch Kings Plate nominees Pensweep and Easter Hatter, reported from Hamilton, was six furlongs in 1:16%. The move was accomplished in handy fashion. J. H. McKnight arrived at Thorncliffe Park with two head. The shipment came from North Carolina. It is reported that Clay Sutphin will be in charge of the division of the S. W. Labrot string that is to be campaigned on the Canadian circuit this season. The best mile trial of any Kings Plate candidate quartered at Woodbine was made this morning when the Seagram Stables King OConnor, in company with Shady Well, was timed in 1:43%.

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