Dallas Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-26


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i DALLAS TURF NOTES " : : : : r : r-S In addition to the good sprinter, Lord Tournament, O. L. Foster has High Finance, Fast Move, Teeter Totter and My Prisoner. Several of his horses were shipped to Alamo Downs at the close of the Arlington Downs meeting. Julius Reeder received a message of congratulations from Thomas C. Bradley over the splendid opening day program. Judge Bradley served as steward here last fall. F. P. Haldy, the trainer for Mrs. L. M. Lester, has Off Duty, Mint de Mie, Plucky Lady, American Queen, Marjorie Kerr and Pretty Peg to race under her Dallas Stable colors. Haldy also is handling Singing River for C. Androdo. One of the most important establishments here is the locally owned Mrs. R. Pollard stable. Headed by Chance Line, Onrush, and Reservist, the stable includes Fickle Chance, Uluniu, Bugaboo, Miss Corinne, Claremont and High Bottom. H. A, Allen has Mad Bull, Almadel ILL, Nights End and Reverberate and M. Allen is training Brides Delight, Eva B., Aurebon, Black Flash and Miss Spectacle. Transpose, a triple winner at Arlington Downs; More-Pep, Hot Shotj Cycper and- Cyces comprise the stable J. G. Anger Is training for Mrs: N. Thompson; With the exception of Young Bill, which has not fully recovered from injuries received at Epsom . Downst Ray - .Holloway states the R. F Coppage stable is .ready for contitiori. Holloway brought Amscray, Tombereau and Waterfront, the latter the property of Joe Hardwick, here from Epsom Downs. He received Hourless Wonder from " Dade Park. -

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