Jamaica Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1939-05-08


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1 JAMAICA TURF NOTES " $ — 4 A requiem mass was said over the remains of John Moore, veteran racing commissioner at the Church of St. John the Martyr, Saturday morning. Interment followed at the Gates of Heaven Cemetery, Westchester, N. Y. The main division of the E. R. Bradley stable arrived at Belmont Park in charge of trainer Bill Hurley. Pagliacci.owned by Mrs. E. Graham Lewis and Forty Eight, owned by W. H. Gallagher, are due back here from Narragansett. The main steeplechase field was opened at Belmont Park Saturday morning for schooling. Many owners prominent in that branch of the sport were on hand to witness the schooling. . . Trainer George Odom reported that Early Delivery, owned by Mrs. W. Plunket Stewart, would be returned to Belmont Park from Narragansett. Early Delivery has many stake engagements during the Westchester meeting. •Mose Cossman was among the arrivals, and he will stay for the season. The veteran ducked the Derby when Benefactor wen! amiss.

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