Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-28


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w 1 WASHINGTON PARK NOTES ] $ ® , J. J. Coughlin has leased the six-year-old Camp Douglas to J. OSullivan. 1 Departures for Arlington Park included 1 Milky Way Farms with twenty-four; M. j Lowenstein, seventeen; Woodward and Smith, eleven, Three Ds Stock Farm, eleven, , and A. G. Tarn, seven. Trainer C. E. Gross was an arrival from Detroit and will assist Clyde Van Dusen, ] trainer of Dixiana, here. Gross disposed of , the several Dixiana horses he had at Detroit. 1 George Foster, secretary of the Illinois , Racing Commission, will be at the office of the racing secretary at Arlington Park Sun- . day to take applications for licenses. Entries for Mondays Arlington Park pro- j gram will be accepted at Arlington Park, Lincoln Fields and Washington Park. They will be compiled at the latter track. A. Robertson has been engaged to ride the t Northway Stables Riskulus in the Washing- 1 ton Park Championship Handicap Saturday. 2 The A. A. Baroni string going to Empire 1 City Friday will include the following: Top Row, Flying Sailor, Ann ORuley, Sandy Cloud, Piety, Morning Mail, Casa Baywood, J Liquidation, Sun Archer, Surety, Calome, J Malmaison and Lady Charmian. Jockey J. Longden remains to ride Saturday and will I report to Baroni at the Yonkers course on t Monday. T A number of owners here have signified £ intentions of shipping to Suffolk Downs for l the inaugural meeting at that new Massa- chusetts course. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Kyne, who arrived Tuesday from Kansas City, plan to j spend the next six weeks in Chicago and 1 will be daily visitors at Arlington Park. -

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