Hawthorne Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-08-05


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1 HAWTHORNE TURF NOTES Among the five horses, owned by James W. Parrish, which J. M. Goode brought here from Latonia, are New Deal, Wbodlander and Lady Mary, all named for the ,000 Hawthorne Juvenile Handicap, to be re-, newed August 19. Depression and Howard complete the quintet. Richard A. Leigh and his son stopped off" for the day on their way to St. Louis from Cleveland. Euryalus, Rollin On, Saint Louis and. Denon, owned by the Tedlu Stable, were unloaded by trainer T. Bonham. They last, campaigned in Canada. George A. Robertson registered Shell Rake, Big Gun and Scotland Miss. Plucky Play, Late Date, Jim Dandy, Swivel, Bamboula and Evergold were out Friday morning for their final preparation for the Hawthorne Handicap, tomorrows feature race. They were galloped on a slow track and their moves follow: Jim Dandy, three-quarters in 1:17, handily; Late Date, five-eighths in 1:04, breezing; Plucky Play,-five-eighths in 1:08, breezing; Swivel, half-mile in :50, handily; Action, three-eighths in :36, handily; Evergold, three-eighths in :37, handily, and Bamboula, three-eightha in :38 breezing. Jockey E. Arcaro reported so much improved that he resumed riding. He suffered multiple bruises in a fall here Wednesday and X-rays made yesterday revealed bruises about the ribs, several of which were fractured in a previous fall. " Frank Chiavetta and O. Harbort had their first mounts of the meeting and E. Willhite the first mount of his career during the afternoon. Harbort, a recent arrival, from California, is under contract to Paul Kelley. Willhite, a native of Redfield, S. D., is with O. L. Foster.

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