Havre De Grace Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-25


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I HAVRE GRACE NOTES I 0 C. H. Trotters Sweet Music, a full sister to Plight, broke her right hind leg while galloping Wednesday morning and had to be destroyed. The halter brigade went on a rampage Tuesday, taking seven horses and bringing the list of claims for the meeting up to eighteen. The total money figuring in the transcations amounted to 3,050. The apprentice allowance was waived on Idle Worker in the opener and the colt carried 116 pounds. There are seventeen horses on the schooling list "with the adding of Mr. Pete and Boocord. P. A. Markey, of Detroit, who races under the nom de course of the Bomar Stable, was an arrival. His horses, which are trained by R. Emmett Potts, will be moved to Pimlico Sunday. W. Zakoor sold Field Goal at private terms to K. N. Gilpin, well known Virginia breeder. When Wednesdays racing got under way, "Sonny" Workman, with nine victories, was showing the way for the 00 gold stop watch offered by general manager Ed Burke to the leading winning rider at the meeting. Jimmy Lynch, eight; Lindberg, six; Johnny Bejshak and Maurice Peters, five each, are next in line. Ex-jockey Jeff Edwards will make the engagements for the apprentice, Carl Hanford, during the Pimlico meeting. The horses of A. Gaignard, Bomar Stable, W. Zakoor and R. Leslie leave for Detroit at the conclusion of the Pimlico session. Pat Horgan, racing secretary at Narra-gansett Park, Rhode Island, sends word that nominations for his nine stakes close May 27. Walter E. OHara, owner of the Rhode Island course, is here endeavoring to have Discovery and Head Play perform in his 5,000 Special August 21. Preston Burch, who also handles Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords Commonwealth, has made arrangements to ship the bay gelded son of Bostonian and Etoille DOr to Churchill Downs Monday. Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitneys Derby hope, Today, was taken on the track at 6 oclock Wednesday morning, and with "Sonny" Workman in the irons worked a mile in 1:405s. He will be shipped to New York within the next forty-eight hours to start in the Wood Memorial Saturday.

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