Coney Island Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-08-10


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t CONEY ISLAND TURF NOTES 4 Ding Bin, the winner of the Cincinnati Trophy, under F. L. B. Stable colors, will be shipped to Hawthorne to fill his engagement in the Hawthorne Juvenile Stakes. Jack Middleton changed plans for the western division of Mrs. Payne Whitneys Greentree Stable and instead of shipping to Dade Park, the stable will remain here for the remainder of the Coney Island meeting. Jockey J. OMalley accepted his first mount Wednesday. The horses Frank Byer brought here for P. H. Aichele are: Mi Cara, Ramus, Norse, Balthasar and Brown Trap, while H. Heren-deens stable comprises Levaal, Anna Adelia, Knowlton, Flagg Porter, Fill In and Doze-less. Jack B. Campbell, who departed for Fort Erie, is at work on the first book of conditions for the Laurel meeting. L. K. Rogers Blithe suffered an attack of colic and was excused from the second race Wednesday. The Montalvo Stud Farms Our Senator was unsexed by Dr. E. E. Watson Wednesday morning. Jack Hodges, one of the oldest assistant starters in the point of service, will officiate at the barrier here when William Hamilton departs for Dade Park. William Halpin, business manager of the Cincinnati Jockey Club, announced Wednesday that Mr. Hodges will begin his new duties with Saturdays program. Hamilton and the others of his crew, which include R. W. White, Hugh McGinnis and H. Trotter, will leave for Dade Park Friday night. Hodges is selecting his ground crew. F. L. Talley, who has Hard Boiled and Wild Hour here for Jack Howard, will ship the pair to Dade-Park. Upon arrival at that track he will take over Miss Tulsa, which Howard shipped from Hawthorne. Jockey F. Munden, who led the jockeys during the. Bowie meeting, accepted his first mount of the meeting Wednesday. Three horses, the property of Mrs. L. M. Thompson, arrived from Thistle Down Wednesday morning. Edward Trotter shipped Mighty Atom, Jay Vee and Isaiah, which he acquired here and at Latonia by the claiming route, to Woodbine. Blanks for the seven stakes to be decided during the twenty-five day fall meeting at Rockingham Park were distributed among the horsemen Wednesday. The Speed Handicap will be the feature of the opening day program Saturday, September 2. Other stakes are the Labor Day Handicap, the New Hampshire Handicap, the New England States Claiming Handicap, the Juvenile Handicap and the Rockingham Park Handicap. The latter carries a ,500 added value. With the exception of the Juvenile, the other handicaps are open to three-year-olds and over. James McGee shipped Polygeny to Wood-- bine along with the Trotter horses. The other L. C. Young horses that McGee was training have been turned out.

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