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1 HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES $ s Ray Bryson, who has twenty-six horses in training here, is interesting horsemen in the forthcoming meeting at Aurora, 111., which opens May 1. Bryson will ship fifteen liorses to Aurora in care of Harry Baker. Trainer Bud Stotler shipped A. G. Vand-erbilts Postage Due, City ..Slicker, Dreel and Identify back to the Sagamore Farm in the Worthington Valley and brought back Parva Stelia Cherry Stone, Gum, Indelible, Chirac and Steelhead. f PY Markey, part owner of the Detroit -track, who races under the nom de course, of theVBomar Stable, will arrive here Saturday. Trainer Emmett Potts has nominated Markeys Grand Slam and Beth Bon for the ,500 Aberdeen to be run a week1 from tomorrow. third. Dave Wilson today received a wire from: jockey Bobby Robertson to come to New York and handle his engagements for the remainder of the 1935 season. Bill Hurley, who has a division of the E. R. Bradley stable here, said this morning that it was doubtful whether Black Helen would run in the ,500 Chesapeake on Saturday. Hurley plans to run Bloddroot in the big three-year-old race. Preston Burch, who handles Mrs. W. M. Jef fords Commonwealth, second choice for the Kentucky Derby, stated the gelding would run in the Chesapeake. George L. Hamilton, who is racing a large and useful string at Arlington Downs for W. A. Jones, filed applications for stabling quarters at Pimlico. .Furfiber, nominated for the Preakness Stakes, will be included in the shipment. George T. Miller, who officiates at several tracks, was an arrival and will remain for the rest of the racing season in Maryland. Several of the Willis Sharpe Kilmer juveniles that recently arrived from Remlik Hall in Virginia, were given paddock education by trainers Henry McDaniel and J. T. Kermath prior to the first race. Jockey J. Lynch accepted his first mount for his new employer, George Ogle, when he rode Tractable in the fourth race Tuesday. W. J. Norton, who is handling a division of the Mrs. J.. H. Whitney racers, reported that Hows Chances is recovering rapidly from a dose of poisoning that was administered by unknown parties during the Bowie : meeting. John P. Turner, who will serve as racing secretary at Thorn cliff e, in Toronto, Ont., has completed j;he book of conditions for that meeting and expects to have it in the hands of horsemen shortly. Trainer J. H. Stotler was greatly impressed with the triumph of Alfred G. Van- -: d.erbilts Gum in the decision of the second race Tuesday at Havre de Grace, and intends to start the Chicle colt in the Chesapeake Stakes Saturday. Gum was, worked out a mile after his graduation, and ran the distance in 1:41 as a further preparation for his next engagement. Jimmy McGee arrived from Churchill Downs with one of the Jersey Stable horses . which wintered at that point. McGee will remain- for several days before returning.