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


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I AURORA TURF NOTES | Jockey Johnny Leyland, who has been inactive since Saturday with an injured foot, plans to resume riding Wednesday. Underdun, a starter in the third race Monday, was cut down so badly that S. J. Moley found it necessary to have him destroyed. A. M. Henderson, track veterinarian, performed the act of ending the horses life. There was no insurance. Through error, information was given to the press representatives that jockey Joe Cavens was granted a riding license. This was denied by the judges. Cavens application is still under consideration. Stake blanks for the impending Arlington Park meeting, which will embrace thirty days, were received today by Fred Crafton who distributed them among the horsemen. The Classic Stakes, 5,000 added, for three-year-olds, will be the chief offering of the Arlington meeting. The Arlington Futurity, 5,000 added, Arlington Lassie Stakes, 0,-000 added, the Stars and Stripes, 0,000 added, Arlington Handicap, 0,000 added, the Hyde Park Stakes, ,500 added and the Arlington Inaugural Handicap, ,500 added, comprise the seven outstanding features. Tom Shannon, who is training C. Earl Pat for Charles Daumbauld, has taken over Pot Full to train for Mrs. C. Daumbauld. ■

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