Aurora Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-11


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I AURORA TURF NOTES ] ยป * Forget Not, which fell in the second race Tuesday, came out of the spill with several lacerations and will be on the shelf for some time. A. Pelleteri, who raced one of the largest stables at New Orleans last winter, was a visitor at Exposition Park Wednesday. Pelleteri has his horses stabled at Washington Park. J. V. Pons, who recently purchased the three-year-old Flying Giblon, disposed of the gelding to William Hinphy. Terms of the transaction were private. Former jockey Dave Sterling, who abandoned the saddle several years ago, is now a successful salesman for the Strong Tailoring Company of Chicago. Sterling has a volume of business among the racing fraternity. The stable of L. M. Severson, headed by the Derby candidate Spicson, is due to arrive from Louisville Wednesday night. Nominations for the ,000 Illinois Derby continue to arrive and among the latest are those of Warren Jr., which races for the Calumet Stable; E. R. Bradleys Fingal, and the Coldstream Studs Pot au Brooms. Several more nominations are expected from Maryland and New York, according to advices received from representatives at those points. Apprentice George Hollander and jockey Walter Gooler had their first mounts of the meeting Wednesday. The former was astride Goodyear in the third, while Gooler rode Lady Justice in the opening race.

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