Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-24


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1 WASHINGTON PARK NOTES x Joseph F. Patterson reports practically all of the Audley Farm horses in perfect health and a majority just a workout or two away from racing trim. Within ten days the Audley establishment will have the strongest active representation of any stable here and included among the more accomplished performers which will carry the stables popular silks are Trace Call, the American Derby nominee; the crack mare Late Date, and the flashy three-year-old filly Hilena. The smart two-year-old filly Miss Patience, unbeaten in four starts and recent winner of the Bashford Manor Stakes at Louisville, may make her Chicago bow In a race at Washington Park this week. J. H. Stotler wired for a Washington Park condition book and is expected with a large division of the W. R. Coe stable before next week. Mr. Coes crack Ladysman is one of the -choices for the American Derby, for which that New York patron also nominated Pomponius, Pomposo, Pompoleon and Pomposity. O. L. Foster has arranged to ship Ador-land, Saucy Maria, Gypsie Chief, Belles Last and Lord Tournament to Riverside Park in charge of George Foster. The shipment which departs from Aurora will also include Spero. H. H. Battle arrived from Louisville with Bobs Buddy, which races under the colors of Mrs. Battle, and the F. L. B. Stables Madelon, Sis. Agnes, Hoosiers Pride, Ding Bin, Booms Pal and Ocean Flight. Alma S., Joretta, Laga and Brother Ben, which raced for B. Endoviner and Betty Barrett, Modern Maiden and Lydia Ann, the property of A. E. Barrett, comprised the shipment W. Jordan brought from Louis- ville. " The good filly Jessie Dear, an Illinois Oaks eligible, headed the stable F. C. McAtee transferred from Churchill Downs. Others in the shipment were Princess Ivory, My Sylvia, Dorita, Gibbys Choice, Low Gear and Billies Orphan. Chuck B., Running Water, Scrip Money, Scarlet Brigade and Gladys S., composed the Serenata Farm Stable John Totton brought from Louisville. The division of the Hal Price Headley stable that was at Churchill Downs arrived from that point this morning. Duval Headley, who had nine of the Headley horses at Sportsmans Park, transferred that division to Washington Park Sunday. The Louisville shipment was headed by Technique, an Illinois Oaks eligible. Albert Lewis unloaded the Ridgeview Stock Farm Stable that arrived at Washington Park from Louisville. Ridgeview, Ridge Wise and seven other useful horses comprised the shipment. Wayne Lewis arrived at Washington Park from Louisville with sixteen of the Wood F. Axton stable. Eight old horses and eight two-year-olds composed the shipment. J. E. Mason, owner of the Spring Valley stable, arrived from Louisville with five head of horses. Misguide, the Le Mar Stock Farms good home-bred three-year-old and an American Derby threat, worked an easy mile in 1:46 at Washington Park Tuesday morning. A. G. Tarn is shipping Pulis, Eisenberg, Excellency, Jack Biener and two others to Winnipeg. Five head, including two recently placed in training, were brought into Washington Park by R. B. Allen, vho annually races his horses through the Chicago season. M. L. Galvin left Monday for his home at Covington, Ky. Mr. Galvin, officer of the American Turf Association, visited for the Washington Park opening. E. M. May was an arrival from Cincinnati and will make an indefinite stay. If such can be secured, Terry OMalley will ship two. or three cars of useful horses from here to Tanforan, where the summer meeting of forty or more days opens this week. v D. T. Hisle arrived from Louisville with eight horses, the property of Col. E. R. Bradley, and the Chicago division will be increased to twenty-six with the arrival of eighteen that William Hurley has at Bowie. Hurley expects to leave for Chicago at the conclusion of the Maryland season. Mose Cossman, agent for the Bradley stable, arrived here Tuesday morning and will remain until after the Arlington Park meeting. Included in the Louisville entourage were the older Bobsled and By Gracious and the two-year-olds Babuska, Benevolence, Bluffy Peggy, Boy Valet, Bridal Colors and Brother. Phil Reuter received word from Churchill Downs Tuesday morning that George Meyers Her Hero continued to be very ilL Reuter hopes to have the two-year-old shipped to Washington Park Sunday.

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