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


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ROCKINGHAM PARK NOTES $ g. It was learned that Discovery would not be a starter in the Suburban Handicap at Belmont Park next Saturday. However, the son of Display will be sent in a three-quarter race this Wednesday, and following that test will be transferred to Rockingham Park. A. G. Tarn, Winnipeg horseman, arrived here Monday, accompanied by his contract jockey, Johnny Longden. Tarns Rushaway amazed the turf world with his double victory in the Illinois and Latonia Derbys in the space of twenty-four hours last week. The Haste gelding has been nominated for the New Hampshire Handicap, Wednesdays ,000 added mid-week feature. Sidney Hebert, lightweight rider for the Sagamore Farm establishment of young Alfred G. Vanderbilt, also arrived Monday to ride his contract employers Bachelor Dinner in the Speed Handicap. Black Girl, one of Vanderbilts horses entered here, went lame and is to be shipped back to the farm. Charlie Rosengarten, suspended by the Rhode Island racing commission, resumed riding at Rockingham. He is under contract to the Ascot Stable. Jockey Johnny Gilbert and his wife arrived Monday morning. He had the mount on Singing Wood in the days feature, the Speed Handicap. Also arriving on the grounds Monday was George Rose, who had the leg up on Trumpery, of the C. V. Whitney stable, in the Speed Handicap. Hubert Le Blanc, under contract to W. J. Hirsch, will ride during the current meeting. The book of the New Orleans apprentice is being handled by Chuck Frost.

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