Woodbine Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1936-05-25


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t WOODBINE PARK NOTES s C. F. Henry was a clubhouse visitor and reports that registrations for stable accommodations at Long Branch and Dufferin Park have been the heaviest in many years and successful meetings are expected at both tracks. Jockey Carl Hanford, who was listed with the leading riders during the Maryland racing season, made his first Canadian appearance in silks when he rode Baydrop for B. A. Langmuir in the second race. E. T. Moore was an arrival from Montreal and joined the local riding colony. Mr. and Mrs. James F. OHara, Jr. of Baltimore, arrived to witness the running of the Kings Plate and will remain in Toronto until the end of the Thorncliffe Park meeting, of which Mr. OHara is one of the directors. W. R. Cowell has taken over the contract on jockey B. Mireault The lad joined the Stable of his new employer on Saturday. Paul Ciceri, who will serve in an official capacity during the Hamilton meeting, announced that- the book of conditions is in the hands of the printers and will be released during the meeting at Thorncliffe Park.

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