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1 HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES i S, s Clarence Lehr, president and general manager of the Fair Grounds at Detroit, was a visitor to interest horsemen in. his summer session. Lehr states that he has received more than 1,000 requests for stalls, but is holding 500 for such sportsmen as A. G. Vanderbilt, J. W. Y. Martin, C. V. Whitney, E. R. Bradley and G. D. Widener. Owner-trainer Paul Ratti shipped his six-horse stable to New York. Jockeys H. Bagur, Harry Richards and Glen Haines packed their tack and left for New York. George Hamilton shipped Fur-fiber and others of Col. W. A. Jones string from Texas to Pimlico to await the opening of the Maryland Jockey Clubs twelve-day session at 2:15 p. m. Monday. Ray Bryson of Baltimore left Thursday for Aurora, 111., with seven horses. The remaining nineteen horses in Brysons stable will be vanned over to Pimlico by trainer Harry Baker. The 100 pound apprentice B. Wimmer of Chicago, brother of former jockeys Will Wimmer and Al Wimmer, is here with trainer George Hamilton. Vernon Wisner, a Baltimore boy, will attempt a saddle comeback at Pimlico. He has been galloping horses for J. Bowes.Bond. . Lavelle "Buddy" Ensor, kingpin, of Americas riders a few seasons ago, "was slated to return, to the saddle Thursday, but will wait until Pimlico ushers in its meeting. Hardly a race passes here that some horse is not claimed. Prior to Thursdays sport there had been twenty-three claimed, with 0,800 changing hands. There were nine claims in for Hut, winner of the closing race Wednesday, with Ray Bryson being the lucky one in the draw. Bryson was offered a neat profit for the mare, but turned it down. There are twenty horses on the schooling list with the adding of Vee Eight, Deliberate and Wise Duke. J. H. "Buddy" Stotler of Baltimore seems certain of shattering last years record of saddling twenty-eight winners. He has saddled twelve; winners during the first twenty days of racing in this state. Jesse Bennett, custodian of the jockeys "room, states that Georgie Woolf, one of this countrys best money riders, who came on from Texas to ride Billie Bane in the Aberdeen, will remain until after Pimlico closes. T. J. Healey loaded C. V. Whitneys Kentucky Derby hope, Today, on a car Thursday morning and shipped the colt to New York. Today will fun in the Wd Memorial on Saturday at Jamaica, later going to Churchill Downs for his Derby engagement. Trainers George Arvin and Fred Kraft shipped the H. Teller Archibald and Ascot Stable horses, respectively, to New York. A capacity attendance is looked for Saturday when the twenty-third renewal of the ,500 Philadelphia is staged. Head Play, 1933 Preakness winner, is slated to battle for the purse. Racing secretary Charles McLennan is backing up the Philadelphia with six other top-notch races in an effort to wind up the Harford Agricultural and Breeders Associations spring meeting-in a blaze of glory.