Dufferin Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-24


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t DUFFERIN PARK NOTES $ g J. B. Jewell, part owner of the formidable Jewell Brothers establishment now racing on Canadian tracks, departed for Lexington I when notified of the sickness of his father, j Jockey P. Remillard drew a pay check of 55 to top the money winning riders at Duf-ferin Park for the first six days of the meeting. G. Atkins followed with 95, then came J. Mulrooney with 75, L. Machado with 60 and Stirling Young 00. J. P. Turner, racing secretary for the i Hamilton Jockey Club, arrived from Balti-mora and stated that his office would be opened early Monday morning to accept badge applications. The exodus of horses and horsemen scheduled to take part in the meeting of the Hamilton Jockey Club opening on Tuesday, began in earnest at Dufferin Park Saturday morning. Several stables that were without contestants on the closing day moved to Hamilton while others will follow Sunday and Monday. Jockey H. Lindberg, contract rider for the Seagram stable, who has been vacationing with his parents in Philadelphia, sent world that he would reach Hamilton late Sunday. Jockeys F. Mann, N. Foden, G. Watson, R. Watson, F. Dougherty and several others that limited their mounts at Dufferin Park will resume riding with the opening of the Hamilton Jockey Club meeting.

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