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


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j ! I HAWTHORNE TURF NOTES ; Jockey Lee Humphries took his departure for Saratoga, where he reports to Joe Not-ter, trainer of the horses of Mrs. Silas B. Mason, Humphries contract employer. Humphries closed here by riding Gallant Sir to victory in the Hawthorne Handicap. J. F. Patterson, trainer of the Audley Farm Stable, leaves this week for Audley Farm, at Berryville, Va., where he will make an inspection of the stables yearlings and arrange for their early preparation. Jockey Herman Schutte was fined 0 for failing to report for the mount on Chagrin on Friday. It was the first such penalty meted out by the Hawthorne stewards. Entry blanks for the Lincoln Fields and Washington Park stakes are being distributed at Hawthorne by Emmett Hileman. Dres Dressen and Mike Mitchell spent the week end in Detroit and while there made an inspection of the state fair grounds, soon to be opened to racing. They report the plant and grounds most adaptable and were advised that workmen who will make the numerous improvements, will work day and night in eight hour shifts. Stall applications blanks for Lincoln Fields will be ready for horsemen within a few days. Tom Young, Lincoln Fields track superintendent, anticipates fully 150 from Kentucky following the close of Dade Park and they will include the racers of some of the larger Kentucky establishments. Announcement of stakes to be run at the Washington Park and Lincoln Fields fall meetings, which was made Saturday by Col. M. J. Winn, was pleasing to horsemen and the features for the tv,o meetings, each of eighteen days, are assured of the best horses in the West. The Lincoln Fields stakes are headed by the ,000 added Lincoln Handicap, for three-year-olds and up, and also include three races of an added value of ,500 each, while Washington Park offers three events of ,500 each and one of ,000. The Lincoln Fields season follows immediately after Hawthorne, opening on September 4, while Washington Park opens for its three weeks run on September 25. Nominations for seven of the eight head-liners will close on August 15 and the other, the Washington Park Cup Handicap, to be contested over the long route of two and one-quarter miles on October 14, closing day of the Homewood track meeting, will be run as an "overnight" purse. :

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