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


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I ROCKINGHAM PARK NOTES . A string of nine horses, the property of Miss Ethel Hill and Robert Riskin, arrived from Pimlico. L. G. "Buster" Bedwell, son of the famed trainer, is in charge of this group. Included in the Hill string are the handicap performers Deliberate and Home Loan, along with Mar Pal, Dalmatia, The Bailiff, Irksome, Thistle Air and Hut. Largest total of stake nominations ever received by a New England track, totaling 306, has been received by racing secretary H. D. "Jim" Monroe for Rockinghams seven major stakes of the spring session. The division of the stable of Alfred G. Vanderbilt, numbering twenty-two thoroughbreds, in charge of trainer Charles Slade, are stabled here. Charles M. Waite, whose camera eye has been installed at Rockingham, was an arrival from Pimlico. J. D. Spreckels III., young sportsman, who "races a small stable headed by Gay Edward, has been allotted stalls for the spring meeting.

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