Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-06-02


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WASHINGTON PARK NOTES j j a The division of the W. S. Kilmer stable at Lincoln Fields and in charge of George Land comprises the following: Knights Hope, Sun Abbot, Sun Tempest, Time Supply, Sun Envy, Sun Captor, Sun Probate, Dark Law, Mint Mission, Sun Captive, Sun Stream and Night Ship. A number of the horses will be ready for racing during the twelve days of the Lincoln Fields meeting opening one week from Monday. Matt Brady, trainer of J. M. Austins Mr. Khayyam, arrived from New York and stated that Pete Walls would be here to ride the Chesapeake Stakes and Woods Memorial winner, in the American Derby. Mr. and Mrs. Austin are coming from their home at Old Westburg, L. I., to witness the race. C. W. Moore, Lexington breeder and turfman, has nine head quartered at Washington Park. Bred at the Moore farm, they are beaded by the older Scream, Essential, Different, Dignified and Flying Flynnj Among the juveniles are Respect, i chestnut son of Genie and Blemished, and a half brother to Tannery; Regarus, a brown daughter of Justice F. and Thank You, a half sister to Essential and Comforting, a full sister to Martie Flynn. Agreeable, the other juvenile is a brown daughter of Justice F. and -Neatness. Jockey Eddie Barnes is coming to Washington Park to ride for P. A. Markey. Jockey Lloyd Geving left for Riverside Park.

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