Maryland Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1942-05-11


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Maryland Notes PIMLICO, Baltimore, Md., May 9. Royce Martin, owner of Woodvale Farm, came from Kentucky to view the Preak-ness running. The officers of the Garden State Racing Association came down intact from Camden, N. J. Eugene Mori, president. Judge Solve Tuso, secretary; Edwin J. Brown, ; presiding steward; Walter H. Donovan, general manager, and James Loftus, director of publicity, comprised the party winch also included Col. E. E. Kimble, racing enthusiast of Vineland, N. J. Amon G. Carter, Sr., and Lieut. Amon G Carter, Jr., were among the biK W;i:.h-ingtoii delegation present on ireakne:,:, Day. I John B. Partridge and Mrs. Partridge I passed up the Jamaica sport to root for I Ben Jones and his trained Sun Again in i the Preakness. They returned to New I York tonight. Partridge made numerous j nominations to the Delaware stakes_ and expects to spend much time at the Stanton course. Fred Hood, ardent devotee of the sport, came from Philadelphia for Preakness | day. Hood was agent for the Three Ds Stock Farm stable, when the late Col. W. T. Waggoner had Charles Durnell as trainer. Harry Parr III., treasurer of the Maryland Jockey Club, will remain here for a week winding up the business of the meeting and then will go to New York for the Hi eater part of the Belmont Park season. Fritz Gahacan, Miss Nancy Carroll, E. Paul Waggoner and A. B. Wharton, Jr., comprised a party that came from New-York. Waggoner and Wharton, of Fort 1 Worth, Texas, have been in New York for several days. The presence of the Texas-owned Requested and Valdina Orphan in the Preak- ness field attracted Bud Burmester, colorful turf writer and breeder from Fort Worth. Burmester went to New York from Louisville and arrived in Baltimore last : night. David Woods and Norris "Boot" Royden left for New York to take over the publicity at Belmont Park. Hal Price Hcadlcy. who came from New York for Thursdays and Fridays sport, returned to that point last night. His horses were shipped to Belmont Park. |

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