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


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BELMONT PARK NOTES Bert Bentley arrived from Maryland en route to Rockingham Park, where he will join the mutuel crew at that point. Gallant Dana, steeplechaser owned by Dr. Cannon of Connecticut, was destroyed Friday morning. The horse broke a shoulder when he fell while schooling. The boy escaped unhurt. Jockey S. Coucci, at present resting up, will resume riding on Wednesday, according to trainer Brennan of the Greentree Stable. Coucci has not been feeling well for the past few days. E. B. Benjamin of New Orleans, owner of the Starmount Stable, was an arrival and will remain for some time. Elmer Trueman arrived with the horses, owned by Ral Parr. They came from Maryland. Mrs. Clara Fator wishes to send her thanks to the many friends of her late husband who sent floral pieces and condolences during her recent bereavement. Paul Codd arrived from Narragansett with several horses and will remain for the balance of the summer.

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