Woodbine Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-24


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1 WOODBINE PARK NOTES $ 2 R. E. Leslies Meridian Queen was excused from filling her engagement in the seventh race Wednesday on the advice of the veterinarian. The mare grabbed herself while being breezed, and she will be on the shelf for a while. Benedicta, a three-year-old daughter of Boniface and Caloosa, owned and bred by G. M. Hendrie, which was scheduled to make her first start in the fifth race Wednesday, dropped dead while galloping with a lead pony on the track. Mrs. J. Cox, mother of Charles Cox, owner of Frigid Frosty, died Wednesday morning at 72 Kensington St., South Hamilton, Ont. A carload of horses from the stables of J. Cattarinich, H. Gallagher, G. Price and F. Russell, will leave for Blue Bonnets, Montreal, Thursday morning.

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