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


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HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES f s : Hymie Neusteter, who is building up a large stable for summer racing, has arranged to ship his stable to Jamaica at the conclusion of the Havre de Grace meeting. Jockeys G. Haines, F. Horn, G. Woold and H. Richards, with riding engagements in the Aberdeen Stakes, arrived from New York. The four riders returned to the Metropolitan course after .riding their respective mounts. Edward F. Seagram was on hand to witness the performances of Stand Pat in the Walbrook and Santan in the Aberdeen stakes George Alexandra, who trains for J. E. Smallman, stated that Last Time, winner of the opening race here on Tuesday, suffered a badly cut foot during the running of the contest and that the filly lost considerable blood before the fluid was checked. R. Connor, under contract to H. E. Yorke, accepted his first mount, when he rode Drastic Delight in the sixth race. The youngster, according to many horsemen, promises to develop into a good rider. Charles J. McLennan, racing secretary at Havre de Grace, will leave for New York after racing terminates here Saturday. After a few days in New York, McLennan will leave for Chicago, then will proceed to Churchill Downs to witness the running of the Kentucky Derby. Jockey George Woolf motored from Arlington Downs, Texas, to accept the mount on T. D. Grimes Billie -Bane in the Aberdeen Stakes. Woolf is scheduled to ride in the Wood Memorial at Jamaica on Saturday and left for that point after riding the Grimes colt. Robert A. Smith, trainer-in-chief for the Brookmeade Stable, personally supervised the saddling of the Brookmeade starters in the Aberdeen Stakes. Ex-jockey Clarence Turner, of Baltimore, left for Providence, R. I., where he will take over the horses of several business men of that city. Frank J. Bryan, racing secretary of the meetings at Framingham Center, Mass., which opens June 15, and Brookline Mass., which starts June 17, sends word that stake nominations close May 10. Glen Haines, now with Hal Price Head-ley, was an arrival from New York to handle Sparta in the Aberdeen.

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