Arlington Downs Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-22


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1 ARLINGTON DOWNS NOTES Watt Seamster is shipping the F. A. Griffith horses to Rockingham Park next week. A. G. Tarn is vanning the Corsicana Stable and those horses that race under his and the W C. Stroube colors to Dallas, Sunday. From there the pretentious stable will invade Washington Park for the opening of the Chicago major season. j Phil Reuter stated Friday that only those horses he owned in partnership with the late William Sachsenmaier, were sold in the paddock Thursday. Reuter received word from Elwood Sachsenmaier to augment the stable and Reuter hopes to acquire additions during the Churchill Downs meeting. The, stable which is now owned jointly by Sachsenmaier and Reuter, leave for Louisville Sunday morning, where Roman Soldier will fill his Kentucky Derby engagement. M. O. McDowell, the auctioneer who handled the paddock sale Thursday, stated this morning that C. E. Durnell was acting for Albert Sabath in the purchase of Little Visitor. The thirteen-year-old mare will be sent to Kentucky. Johnny Burttschell stated Friday morning that Mrg. H. Dattners Governor Bill was running a temperature and the juvenile was excused from the first race. In dissolving partnership, the horses The Pelican, Home Work, Colonel Jr., and Sassenach, become the property of E. Sigman and J. H. Tate took Whisking, Thistle Guy, High Clover, John Mill, Moorish Amulet and Welcher.. J. D. Mikel has changed his plans and has arranged to ship sixteen horses, to Alamo Downs Monday. Stake blanks for the Latonia meeting, the chief of which is the Latonia Derby, are being distributed among the horsemen. The" stewards ordered Double Bitt withdrawn when she was late in arriving In the paddock for her engagement in the second race Friday and she could not be properly 7 identified. Apprentice J. Deering, who cancelled his" engagements Thursday, due to illness, is suffering from a mild attack of influenza. T. C. Wordens Prince Splendor worked a mile over the slow track between the second and third races Friday afternoon in 1:45. Trainer Ben Jones stated after the work that the horse probably would fill his Texas Derby engagement.

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