Thorncliffe Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-06-02


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1 TH0RNCLIFFE TURF NOTES t Exhibite, a recent addition to the "Conny" Smythe stable, suffered several cuts from running through the rail while working Thursday morning. John Bosley, Jr., departed for New York to secure several horses he intends campaigning on the Canadian circuit. Apprentice A. Hickling accepted his first mount of the year astride Incessant in the third race Thursday. F. Fellows lost his apprentice allowance with the running of Tuesdays racing, though if he was in Maryland he would still be entitled to the five-pound allowance, not hav-I ing rode forty winners. Storm, member of the W. G. Wilson string, has been sent to the farm at Oakville, Ont., to be turned out for the summer. Suntica, which struck herself in the running of the Queens Hotel Cup at Woodbine, is responding to treatment and will be put back into training shortly. Bold Bendigo, Mintmagi, Gilded Casino and Easter Dandy automatically draw outside post positions in any race in which they may be entered. A free van service is being run between Woodbine and Thorncliffe Park for horsemen quartered at the Ontario Jockey Club course. Popcorn went back to his old barn after the running of the sixth race Thursday, J. Hoskins claiming the son of Peanuts for his entereo. price of ,000.

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