Arlington Downs Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-05


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1 ARLINGTON DOWNS NOTES 3 : s Mrs. W. J. Mumm has asked the Arling- ton Downs officials to aid her in finding her son Earl Mumm, who was believed to have been seen during the Hialeah season. Mrs. Mumm resides at 4351 Twelfth Ave., San Diego, Calif. Hasty Glance, Mrs. A. M. Creechs two-year-old champion of 1934 Texas racing and Crout au Pot, a stablemate, worked a mile shortly before the start of the first race this afternoon. Under mild handling throughout, Hasty Glance was timed the eight furlongs in 1:38 with Crout au Pot breezing the distance in the same time. In team-like fashion they ran the quarter in :23, half in :46, and three-quarters in 1:11. The filly, a supplementary nominee for the renewal of the Texas Derby probably will be under colors Saturday. Julius G. Reeder, general manager of Fair Park, Dallas, received word this morning that judge Charles A. Peppen who for sixteen years was judge of criminal court of Dallas County had been appointed steward to represent the Texas commission for the Fair Park meeting which opens Thursday, April 25. Reeder stated that he expected to announce the other members of the official family in the next few days. Bruce Mclntyre shipped J. L. Carricks Barbara A. to Louisville Thursday night. The Jock filly is eligible for the Bashford Manor Stakes to be decided during the Churchill Downs meeting. F. Knapps Weedidit, consistent three-year-old of Texas winter racing, is here in charge of T. Holt. Gus Spharler arrived from Hot Springs with Chiefs Melody, Princess Queen and Patsy H., and C. V. Thompson brought in Cheraw and Polante Rose. Charles Irby has arranged to transfer the Tranquility Farm Stable to Detroit at the close of this meeting. Irby goes direct to the farm, where he will supervise the transfer of several horses now in training at that point to the Motor City. Jockey A. Anderson leaves here Friday for Churchill Downs, where he will join the Bryant Ott stable. Texas Centennial Day will be observed Saturday, April 13,- at Arlington Downs. On that day the Three Ds Handicap, the last of the three ,000 added features, will be decided, and the Texas Centennial will be given recognition. Electra Day and American Legion Day will be observed on Wednesdays April 10, with the Blue Bonnet Handicap, the feature, and another gala celebration will be Wednesday, April 17, when Arlington Day will be given a share in the spotlight. Balancer was excused from filling his engagement in the seventh race Thursday when he injured an eye while i nthe paddock.

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