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


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1 WOODBINE PARK NOTES $ Jockey Frank Dougherty, who rode at Detroit on Saturday, was an arrival from the Motor City and will remain in these parts for the better part of the season. Steeplechase jockey Paul McGinnis, who rode Rock Lad for H. R. Bain at Belmont Park Saturday, returned here in company with J. Bosley, Jr. Steeplechase jockey E. Mitchell became a full fledged rider through the field when his five-pound apprentice allowance expired after he rode Celeritas to victory Saturday. R. H. New, who has a large stable in training at Woodbine Park, was among the clubhouse visitors Monday. Fred Livingston and William R. Wooilatt, officials of the Thorncliffe Racing and Breeders Association, are mapping out extensive plans for the approaching meeting which begins June 2. Fred Orpen and Charles F. Henry, officials at Dufferin Park, Long Branch, Kenilworth Park and London, were visitors. They report applications are reaching the offices of A. M. Orpen in large numbers for stabling accommodations. Frank Gilpin arrived from Detroit. Jockey C. McTague, who rode Stand Pat and Chastity to victory at Detroit Saturday, .joined the local riding colony.

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