Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-29


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I -WASHINGTON PARK NOTES S : - As their final preparation for the Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park Saturday, E. R. Bradleys Florida Derby winner, Black Helen, and Bloodroot breezed a mile and three furlongs each through slop here Tuesday morning. Working alone Black Helen went the long route in 2:32 while her stable companion, also unescorted, cov-erered the distance in 2:30. Mrs. Ethel V. Mars Whiskolo and Galla- . clay have been nominated for the Narra-gahsett Special to be run in August. J. Dobson, B. Guymon, A. Anderson and R. Mitchell had their first mounts of , the meeting, on Tuesday. . . According to advices received here Frank M." Kelly, former track superintendent at Arlington Downs and the New Orleans Fair Grounds, has accepted a like position at Suffolk Downs, the new course under construction near Boston. Jockey Willie Hanka received only a few minor bruises when he fell from Mr. Mack as the saddle slipped Monday. He resumed riding Tuesday. George Keeton arrived at Lincoln Fields with White Legs, Frost Bite and My Turn, which lastcampaigned at Dallas. Trainer W. E. Suggs has H. Herendeens Redress, Mr. Joe, Levaal, Cousin Bess, Premeditate and the two-year-olds Wild Count and Paplay at Lincoln Fields. Granite Son and Full Sail, the property of L. Tiffany and trained by H. L. Bristol, were vanned to Lincoln Fields from Aurora Tuesday. J. J. OBryne, a belated arrival from Maryland, has Chrysostom, Impunity, Beaver Lake, Fleeting Just, Jokster and Camay Wind at Lincoln Fields.

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