News and Notes From Deleware Park, Daily Racing Form, 1941-06-07


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News and Notes From Deleware Park STANTON Del June 6 6Jockey Jockey Fenton Whelan arrived from New NewYork York and reported to J Creevy who has a adivision division of the George D Widener stable stablehere here hereVincent Vincent Powers will quarter the Greehtree Stable jumpers at Fair Hills They are ex ¬ pected from New York Sunday SundayGeorge George Pete Bostwick and Thomas JHitchcock will send jumpers to Delaware Park for the four stakes to be run for this class of performers performersArthur Arthur White secured stalls for four jump ¬ ers which are coming from New York There will be twenty jumpers quartered at Delaware Park and eighty at Fair Hills by the time the steeplechase program opens next Wednesday WednesdayFive Five horses which Jack Skinner trains arrived from New York Two of them are jumpers Skinner had five horses here for several days daysJockey Jockey Wayne Weber who has been vaca ¬ tioning for several weeks plans on resum ¬ ing riding next week weekJ J W Murphy reports that the twoyear olds in the M B Goff stable are coughing Goff arrived from his Pittsburgh home to inspect his horses and witness todays racing racingThere There will be no racing at Delaware Park Monday and entries for Tuesdays program will be accepted Monday morning morningJockey Jockey Alfred Robertson has been engaged to ride Crispin Oglebays Level Best in the DelawareOaks DelawareOaksActing Acting for Miss J Brodsky of Philadel ¬ phia H Baker purchased Double B from Mrs J M Bell and he will train the gelding geldingWord Word was received here of the death of John Summers at his home at Baltimore timore timoreAndrew Andrew Jackson Joyner director of breed ¬ ing and racing for George D Widener stated Wednesday he was notified by Bert Mul holland that Eight Thirty was galloping Whether the horse will be retired has not been decided Plans for Your Chance who is eligible to the 10000 added Sussex Handi ¬ cap to be run here have not been made madeSirocco Sirocco winner of the 1940 Arlington Clas ¬ sic under the Dixiana silks of Charles T Fisher continues to advance in his training trainingJohn John Bosley brought four jumpers and a flat racer from New York The steeplechase course was open for schooling Wednesday morning but due to the hard rain no pupils appeared for prac ¬ tice ticeEdward Edward J Rinaldi an attache of the jock ¬ ey room was notified he had been accepted for Selective Service and left for his home homeHerman Herman P Conkling is ailing and Thomas J Healey is taking his place in the stewards stand standFrancis Francis Cummings received chest and stomach injuries when Amalfi who he was schooling through the field fell at the Liver ¬ pool jump and struck him with a knee Cum ¬ mings was taken to a Wilmington hospital for a thorough examination and Xray Amalfi and Burgomar eligibles to the Spring Maiden Steeplechase Handicap to be run Wednesday and th eproperty of the Groton Stable were vanned from Fair Hills for schooling and were the only jumpers to test the watersoaked course courseGuile Guile was sent to the Bel Air Farm of Mrs Ella K Bryson with Clyde Tolson They will be returned here for engagements engagementsScalp Scalp Hunter belonging to Joe Fleisch mann the photographer was vanned from Fair Hills Tomorrows Brandywine Handicap will be broadcast over a coasttocoast network Fred Capossella will be at the mike and the program will be on the air from 545 until 6 oclock eastern daylight saving time timeSea Sea Cadet Lid and Rita Z were returned to Fair Hills HillsL L G Buster Bedwell stated that Blen sign winner of the Dover Stakes last year is training nicely and he hopes to have him under colors next week weekEddie Eddie Roberts arrived from New York and announced that he has been engaged to ride Sun Bee in the Spring Maiden Steeple ¬ chase Handicap Mandingham in the George ¬ town Steeplechase and Mad Policy in the Indian River Steeplechase Handicap HandicapLucius Lucius P Harlan has twentysix horses at Delaware Park and one of them Solar Flight is the property of Walter Jeffords He is eligible to the Spring Maiden Steeple ¬ chase Handicap Harlan has Cordicay and Blue Harmony for Miss Henrietta Bingham whose late father was ambassador to Eng ¬ land Others for whom he trains are C S Bird Mrs C S Bromley M H Dixon Mrs W C Hunneman C M Kline Mrs Marion McKinzie Dr H R Owen Brooks Parker A C Pew Jr M B Stone and F C Stur gess

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