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


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t WOODBINE TURF NOTES | 4 . 4 G. Haines, seventy-eight pound apprentice, under contract to Louie Campbell, will arrive from Maryland next Sunday and remain on the Canadian circuit until the fall meetings in Maryland. C. N. Mooney string, composed of Bushman, Zion, Thistle Coot, and Sam Pass, were unloaded at Woodbine, Monday morning in charge of trainer Sam Hesseltine. The shipment came from Sportsmans Park. Scarletta and Conflagration, two juveniles in the George M. Hendrie stable, are laid up with bucked shins, while several others, members of the string, have been taken down with coughing epidemic which was so prevalent in Maryland this spring. L Stroud shipped the Markham Stables home-bred plater Que Toi to Mount Royal Sunday. Jockey J. Gwynne left for the same point where he will ride free lance. Lee Evans arrived at Woodbine from Pimlico, with the half dozen head he campaigned in Maryland. The stewards have ordered the further entry of the steeplechaser Channing L. refused. However, he will be permitted to start in the stakes in which he has been nominated. Frank Walker arrived at Thorncliffe with the plater Blind Luck. He shipped to the Leaside oval from Tanforan. The S. W. Labrot string, which have cut such a wide swath in Maryland racing this spring, have made stable reservations for the Hamilton Jockey Club meeting. In all 00 purses during the Thorncliffe Park meeting, the jockey fees will be 5 for a winning mount and for a losing ride. In all other purses, the usual 5 and 0 fee will prevail. A. G. Wilson, who sent out the surprise winner Faux Pas opening day, is the well known amateur rider, "Lex" Wilson, who piloted Sec. Soldier in the Liverpool Grand National of 1932. Faux Pas returned the large mutuel of 09.30 for the usual . J. Heffering reports eight splendid foals at his Riverdale Farm at Pickering, Ont. The foals ari equally divided between colts and fillies and were sired by the former Belair Stud racer Frisius. More than twenty mares visited the court of Frisius this spring. Ed Gleason has succeeded Elmer James as trainer of the Mrs. R. E. Webster string. The Canadian-bred two-year-old Ville Crest buckec" in her race opening day. A

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