Omaha Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-29


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1 OMAHA TURF NOTES . Three two-year-olds and a three-year-old will represent the stable sent here by B. Binion. The two-year-olds are Dream Train, Bennie B., Miss Dallas and Lanation, while Tom Dick will sport the silke of Binion in 1 the three-year division. - - The Cisco Stable arrived Sunday from Kansas City and embraced six horses. K. S. Cleveland, -the Kentucky breeder, 3 made application for seven horses. He , wants to bring the two-year-olds Grey Man, Lucky Foot, and Princess Juan, and the ". three-year-olds Chancabit, Tuneful and . Through Fairly. The other horse Cleveland wants to bring is the veteran Nuckols Boy. One of the latest arrivals was jockey W. Moran,- who came here from Washington Park. Moran will ride free lance. A. C, Russell, trainer for the large San Angelo Stable, took first call on jockey D. R. Stuller. The Bahr gate will be used in all starts at " Ak-Sar-Ben. The diminutive jockey : Charles Hanauer,-arrived-and F. Haldy, trainer for the Dallas Stable, took first call on the boys services. Starter Jack Hodgihs has been schooling the past few days and will continue this work during the remainder of the, meeting between eight and nine every morning; r , weather and track conditions permitting, f, One of the latest arrivals was the stablQ q of R. L. James, whg brought Carbon, Burnr it ing Feet, Clothtop and Winning Mary, Six horses in care of E. .NeaJ were vanned here from Aurora, arriving Sunday evening, r, There seems to. be little fear that the current - street carmens strike will hinder the e attendance at Ak-Sar-Ben among the natives. l- The strike, now in its sixth week, has failed to produce any paralyzing effect insofar as transportation is .concerned. Considerable work was necessary to get the racing plant into first class shape,, following I- an interim of six years, during which h time the track was m.ade little use of. Otto "Brick" Torrell, prominent as ah h j, I - . I . 5 ! . " I f I 1 1 . t i h C" - 3 S- a r f, q it r, - e l- I- h h owner and trainer several years ago, is s among the clocking brigade here. One of the latest additions to the jockey y colony which is growing rapidly is W. West. A number o Nebraska owners will be rep-A resented: on opening day.. Among them are; W. J..Jenkins and E. C. West, whose horses s arrived from other points: in the corn belti v. The John M Gilchrist company, certified I public accountants has been engaged to su-s i- pervise all operations in the mutuel depart-1- ment. One of the few brother-jockey acts exist-st ;- ing will -be enacted at Ak-Sar-Ben when L. j. and W. Bazer, two western lads, climb into 0 the saddle. Glenn Corbets outfit, totalling fourteen n 4head, arrived from" Aurora. - -At t V. ,f

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