Hawthorne Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1936-06-08


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f HAWTHORNE TURF NOTES A. A. Baroni, Reno turfman and owner of Top Row, winner of the 00,000 Santa Anita Handicap and more than 00,000 under the Baroni colors passed through Chicago Friday en route from his home to New York. His stable was shipped from California to New York several days ago. Injuries received when he fell from Chil-hee soon after the start of the fourth race Thursday may keep R. R. Simpson out of the saddle for a week. He was badly bruised about both hips and otherwise scratched and shaken up. It was his second fall in less than a week, both at the Cicero track. Jockey Frank Mauro announced that he now is free lancing. He came here from Maryland under call to the Shandon Farm Stable. W. L. McCue is sending Little Duke to Cedar Run Farm, near Oswego, 111., for a rest of several months. The horse will be blistered before going to the farm, at Hawthorne Saturday. John E. Edwards, 18-year-old Washington State lad, with C. E. McLain, arrived from Latonia. Edwards has ridden several races. The ten-day suspension of Basil James, apprentice and leading rider here, began Friday. On reports of the patrol judges and statements of other riders in the race, the Hawthorne stewards meted out the long suspension to James for permitting Mr. Ricks, his mount in the fourth race Thursday, to cut across too sharply in the first quarter mile. The horse was disqualified and James suspension was the first handed a rider during the meeting. A..

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