Jamaica Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-23


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1 JAMAICA TURF NOTES 1 $ $ Trainer Frank Taylor, of the Coldstream Stud, reported the loss of the horse Corkscrew, which died from an infection. W. R. Coes Pomponius was stricken with coughing and was withdrawn from the Wood Memorial. L. Brody claimed Integrity from the Anall Stable for ,500. Joe McLennan left for Bowie following a conference with the officials of the Metropolitan Jockey Club. The steeplechase course at Belmont Park â– will be open for public schooling up to 10:00 a. m. on Thursday, May 25. T. P. Hayes shipped Head Play, The Nut and Sabula to Chicago for the Warm Stable and Mrs. Silas Mason. Jockey F. Horn returned from the Woodbine, where he rode in the Kings Plate. Jockey E. De Camillas left for Canada, where he will ride. Horsemen were notified that the stakes for the Latonia meeting close on June 1. Murmuring and Roustabout, two-year-olds, owned by C. V. Whitney, were breezed a half mile in :48 by trainer Tom Healey, be-lore the running of the first race. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Mason leave for England in the near future where they intend to secure several brood mares and possibly several horses in training. The Widener course at Belmont Park was opened Sunday and several horsemen breezed their charges over the course. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whitney were Belmont Park visitors Monday morning and watched several sets of their horses breeze. William Woodward was a clubhouse visitor of the day.

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