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


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RIVERSIDE PARK NOTES v Why Yes,. Ruckas and Galla Miss, the property of F. Koontz, Oklahoma breeder, are in charge of former jockey J. Scurlock. Reelon, which was placed third in the Illinois Derby Friday, is the star of the stable of Coward and Coffey, which unloaded here Sunday afternoon from Aurora. Others that Trainer Coward sent here were the consistent Heart Break, Moving Clouds, Benny B. and Haggerson. The Break, winner of two races at Aurora and owned by A. MacMasters, was shipped here from Aurora. Terrier and The Break are the only two horses in the MacMaster stable at the present time. V. Odin, with Baboo, Dorothy W., Wrack Princess and Old Nick, unloaded at Riverside Sunday. The stable was accompanied by jockey D. A. Froggatte. C. Willingham, with Wildiand, Binjer and Squeezer arrived from Bay Meadows. Well Built, I See and Hurry Hawk comprised the small stable that J. A. Withers, Jr., shipped here from Texas. M. H. Morrison, racing secretary at Bay Meadows and holder of the same position here, arrived from California Saturday and began registering horses, also making up his badge list.

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