Hamilton, Ont., Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-28


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, 1 1 j , ] , 1 , . j t 1 2 1 J J I t T £ l j 1 - HAMILTON, 0NT., NOTES Q, The I. C. R. A. committee ruled that permission be granted James Arthur to sell his horses, Only Foolin, Jambalaya, Bokie B. and Holland. Former jockey Morris Fishman was restored to good standing and the suspension imposed on Stafford Doyle was also lifted. Jockey L. Machado, with three winners, leads the riders at Hamilton in quest of riding honors. He is followed closely by H. Lindberg, S. Young and P. Remillard, who have scored doubles. Rock Sure, Merry Bud and Black Stockings were additions to starter Rowes schooling list after acting unruly in their respective engagements on Wednesday. While exercising R. Newells veteran mare Marybourne here Thursday morning, apprentice J. McCann was thrown from the racer when she became unmanageable and the youngster suffered a broken leg. McCann was rusned to the hospital after the accident for examination and was forced to cancel a riding engagement on Uvira in the second race. Marybourne ran off several miles before she could be caught. Arrangements have been completed by the Niagara Racing Association directors and officials of the Stamford Park Jockey Club near Niagara Falls, Ont., to utilize stables at the latter course for horsemen that will be unable to be accommodated at Fort Erie. Vanning service will be operated gratis by the Niagara Racing Association. Jockey Harold West advised frienda among the riders at Hamilton that he is leaving Dayton, Ohio, and would be available to ride beginning with the Fort Erie t meeting. In order to complete the racing program f of seven races at Hamilton for Friday, racing i secretary J. P. Turner listed two events t to be run over the turf course. Hugh Gallagher, who is racing a small s string of useful performers in Montreal, was s a visitor Thursday. Trainer George Alexandra reported that _ J. E. Smallmans home-bred two-year-old £ Sticknot, a starter in the first race here on Wednesday, suffered cuts from kicks inflict- i€ ted while at the barrier.

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