Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-25


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r T~WASHINGT0N PARK NOTES 4 «. R. Whitley, who had not rode in a race ; since 1933, inaugurated an attempted comeback - when he piloted J. J. Coughlins Official - in the fourth race at Washington Park C Monday. Alex Wilson, trainer of the F. M. Alger, Jr., stable, wired racing secretary Charles J. McLennan that he planned to ship twelve - of the Alger racers from Detroit to Arlington Park within a few days. J. T. Taylor, with the stable of Mrs. Silas 5 B. Mason, and John Theall, with the Lone I Star Stable, are expected at the same course * from the same point next Monday. Under an order issued by the Illinois Racing " Commission, no entries from stables 5 owned by two or more interests will be accepted ■ at Arlington unless the partnerships have been registered with the commission j in accordance with the rules. Jockey R. G. Cooper checked in at Washington " Park Monday. He has been riding in I Kentucky since the start of the season at Louisville. Charles A. Pecks West Main was returned j to Washington Park after filling his engagement in the Pontchartrain Handicap at t Detroit. Late Date, the Brentwood Stables veteran mare, also is back at the Homewood 1 track, after having contested in the Enquirer Handicap at Latonia. Jockeys J. • Longden and J. King, who rode the two in their respective races, returned and accepted mounts Monday. G. H. Emicks Recovery and Smuggled In, and The Break and Full Up, owned by A. McMasters. arrived at Lincoln Fields from J Kansas City in charge of J. Morar. A. C. Kort, with Jim Ned and Forest Avenue, , came in at the same time and also took up quarters at the Crete track. William P. Kyne is arriving Tuesday from t Kansas City, where he directed the recent t Riverside Park meeting and will make an i indefinite stay. J. J. Coughlin has leased the horse George I Maypole to J. OSullivan. Fully recovered from injuries received in i a fall here three weeks ago, jockey G. . Haines will resume riding within a few days. He is with the H. P. Headley stable. Jockey H. Grayson, who was here early in i the meeting, returned Tuesday from Kansas • City. — a-

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