Riverside Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1936-05-26


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f RIVERSIDE PARK NOTES R. F. Carman, Jr., with Coldwater, Bubbling Mate, Maylite, Volslcet, Tarping and Mucker, was an arrival from Bay Meadows late last week. Coldwater, which is the star of tho Carman string, was the winner of the closing day handicap at Bay Meadows and a nominee for the Inaugural Handicap here. Carman intends starting Coldwater in all the distance handicaps here. N. Moran, with West Star and Heart Balm, arrived from Bay Meadows Sunday. M. C. Rush, with a small but powerful stable, arrived from Bay Meadows. In the Rush stable are Natalie Alice, Valeric Jean. High Pockets and Noble Count. N. I. Casbcer, with Lucky Dan, Overshoes, Lean Mac and Parka, arrived from Texas. The division of tho large stable that I.on-nic Copenhaver Intends racing here arrived Saturday from Bay Meadows. Fifteen horses will carry the Copenhaver colors here and they are Flying Atom, Plata. Drastic Goal, Spanish Citizen, Humorous. Blind Sage, French Honey, Fanaway, Penal, Justa Jones, Malicious, Santa Anita, Madam Queen, Shasta Boy and Royal Julian. B. A. Jones, head trainer for the T. C. Worden stable, was a visitor here during the past week and picked up Prince Splendor and Hope Eternal, which he intends campaigning at Chicago. Onalaik. which was given a rest after racing at Santa Anita during the winter, was shipped to Riverside from the H. M. Woolf farm near here and was placed in charge of trainer L. Wilson, who is conditioning tho Worden horses here. Alawitt. Closing Time and Graybaclc, tho property of F. Van Patten, arrived Sunday from Bay Meadows. C. C. Paul, who acted as one of the patrol judges at Bculah Park, arrived from that point Friday and is assist in;: secretary Morrison in the preliminary worl.

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