Narragansett Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-21


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NARRAGANSETT TURF NOTES Secretary Pat Horgah expects a field of from twelve to fifteen to starf in the second running of the Narragansett Handicap the six furlong test for threeyearolds and up ¬ ward which occupies theprincipal position on the program at Narragansett Saturday Included in the list of fifteen probable start ¬ ers for the stake are F A Carreauds Ajac cio top weight under 126 pounds John Simonettis Sgt Byrne Ral Parrs Star Porter John A Buchanans Happy Go and Belair Studs Vicar VicarWith With the prospects of a slow track being in order for the Narragansett Handicap Ajaccio is considered a doubtful starter for the son of Blue Pete is noted for his liking for stripMrs a fast racing strip Mrs Isabel Dodge Sloanes shipment of Brookmeade Stable thoroughbreds reached Narragansett Thursday morning under the care of trainer V Raines RainesThe The string included the good threeyear olds Black Gift and Transparent and five juveniles Black Mischief Lady Camelot Double Finesse Bay Gift and Pumice Stone StoneFive Five twoyearolds owned by G G Smith arrived with the Brookmeade string and they are under the care of trainer Charles Moss Bob Smith Brookmeades head man will arrive here Friday George FridayGeorge W Ogle arrived from New York with sixteen head They include Indian Run ¬ ner Dyak and two twoyearolds L E Ogles Blind Brook arid Red Roamer A T Owens Col Greene and Sky Hdven and his own Patchpocket Merrily On Miney Myer son Little Lad Ding Bin Tractable Com ¬ munist and one twoyearold

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