Illinois News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1942-05-11


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Illinois News and Notes * SPORTSMANS PARK, Cicero. 111., May 9. Jockey William Lowe has packed his tack and will report for induction into the U. S. Army in the near future. Lowe has only been up one day after serving a five-day suspension for rough riding, at the time he was called to the colors. Trainer Joe Bollero departed for Detroit, Mich., Saturday to take over the horses which race in the name of Lexbrook Stable. The horses have been racing at the New York tracks and will arrive at Detroit early next week. The stable which consists of six horses includes the good five-year-old gelding, Potranco, who has raced with good success this year. Jockey D. MacAndrew, who was forced to cancel several mounts Thursday afternoon when he injured his knee, when Val-dina Rex, his mount in the third race, crushed him in the starting gate, has fully recovered from the injury and resumed riding Friday, booting home two winners. The stewards have placed the following horses on the stewards list, Adac, Kings Error and Tannoct. All horses on the stewards list will have to be passed on by the track veterinarian before they will be permitted to start. Trainer R. J. Rossi is making arrangements to bring the four-year-old colt. Praiseworthy, here from Narragansett Park, in the near future. The colt is the property of Guerra and Rossi. • Trainer C. J. Martin, Sr., has taken over Mickeys Bid to train for the partners Bowler and Robertson. Stake blanks for the Empire City meeting, which gets under way June 29 and runs through July 25, were distributed among the horsemen here at Sportsmans Park. Condition books for the Detroit meeting, which gets under way on May 23 and goes through to August 15, were distributed among the horsemen here at Sportsmans Park. Herbert Shearer vanned in the filly, Marie Matilda, from his farm at Bar-rington, 111. The filly has been turned out for several months. Private H. J. Bundscho, of the U. S. Army, was a visitor at Sportsmans Park for a few days. Bundscho is a former owner and trainer. Trainer Robert McGarvey reports that he has fired the ankles of Mill Pomp. The horse will be shipped to the farm to be turned out. The horses Valdina Rebel and Skippers Mate were late arrivals here from Narragansett Park. The horses are the property of Guerra and Rossi. Trainer Joe Bollero has turned the four-year-old filly, Epizar, over the G. Osborne to train. The filly is the property of H. W. Ostle. K. McCray brought in the five-year-old filly, La Sombra, from Churchill Downs. The two horses, Chicago Dr. and Helen Agnes, were late arrivals from Churchill Downs. They are the property of C. La wry. Joe Bollero has turned the juvenile filly, Agnara, over to Paul Kelley to train.

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