Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-11


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WASHINGTON PARK NOTES Jockey George Woolf leaves Tuesday night for Detroit where he will ride Roman Soldier in the Detroit Derby Saturday He supplants L Balaski who piloted the son of Cojhort in the Texas Kentucky and Illinois Derbys DerbysFormer Former jockey Tommy Root who is rac ¬ ing a few horses arrived Sunday from Omaha and will make a short stay His horses are at the AkSarBen track in Omaha OmahaA A Anderson suffered a minor leg injury while riding Engelic Monk in the opening race and J King substituted for him on Holl Image in the fourth event eventH H C McConnell returns Tuesday from Detroit where he spent the past several days He has several horses here and holds the contract on apprentice D Brammer BrammerSouthland Southland Stables Play Hooky has been retired from training for the summer and goes to Kentucky where he will be turned out Mr and Mrs Charles Bacharach own ¬ ers of the Southland Stable left Monday for their home in New Orleans but return for the major part of the Arlington Park meet ¬ ing ingEmileo Emileo juvenile Sun Play gelding owned by Miss L K Knebelkamp of Louisville will fill his engagement in the Washingotn Park Juvenile Stakes to be run Saturday With Line Drive as a companion the Knebel ¬ kamp youngster will be shipped here from Latonia Tuesday While at Washington Park he will be looked after by Roscoe Goose GooseJockey Jockey Harry Albrecht reported ill and received permission to cancel his mounts He has a bad cold coldW W Hurley acting for E R Bradley has taken first call on jockey Les Balaski BalaskiJockey Jockey Alfred Robertson contract rider for C V Whitney was an arrival from Rockingham Park Monday morning He ac ¬ cepted his first mounts on Mondays card cardThe The third edition of the Washington Park condition book running through American Derby Day June 22 was issued Monday by racing secretary Charles McLennan A novel departure for the Derby Day program is the naming of the feature races for former American Derby winners The Cavalcade Handicap will be at six furlongs for three yearolds and upward the Mr Khayyam Handicap named for the 1933 Derby winner will be at a mile and seventy yards yardsAmerican American Derby candidates will have sev ¬ eral attractive races offered to them in ad ¬ vance of the stakes running On Tuesday before the Derby there will be the Midway Handicap at a mile On Saturday a race which should appeal to the lesser eligibles is offered in the Prospect Purse at a mile and seventy yards yardsBlack Black Helen and Bloodroot Col E R Bradleys candidates for the twentyseventh American Derby were both given mile and a furlong gallops over the weekend Black Helen breezed in 51 118 142 and 156 on Sunday Bloodroot went in 53 120 143 and 158 Monday

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