New York News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-05


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New York News and Notes JAMAICA L L N Y May 4 Officials of the Westchester Racing Asso ¬ ciation Belmont Park are George D Widener president P A B Widener and George M Francis vicepresidents John Coakley secretary and treasurer John B Campbell racing secretary and George H Bull Henry W Bull John C Clark George M Francis George D Widener and P A B Widener board of directors Trainer J P Tommy Taylor received word that his mare Planetoid had foaled a fine colt by He Did at Arnold Hangers Hartland Farm in Kentucky Planetoid will now be bred to Cant Wait another runner Taylor once trained Vince Thurston of the R A A F whose father is a leading breeder of thorough ¬ breds of Sydney S W enjoyed the sport at Jamaica He was taken under tow here by Phil Hyams who came from Melbourne many years ago agoS S F Albrecht has taken over the train ¬ ing of Shaun G and Very Fair belonging to Mrs Max Factor Jr Liquid Lunch be ¬ longing to Mrs Max Goldstine and Emi ¬ grant Pass belonging to Mrs James Rolfe HI Frank Reilly former secretary of the Metropolitan and Queens County Jockey Clubs now with the armed forces is sta ¬ tioned at San Luis Obispo Calif and would like to hear from his many friends around the New York circuit Al Burlen clerk of the scales was re ¬ ported much better in his fight against pneumonia contracted while at work at Jamaica last week He is resting at South Nassau Hospital Oceanside L I t Riverland winner of the Dixie at Pim lico and probable starter in the 15000 Grey Lag Handicap aft Jamaica Saturday returned to his barn at Belmont Park ParkJockey Jockey Joey Rienzi who returned from Narragansett Park last week has resumed riding at Jamaica Mrs Albert Sabaths Alsab has two stakes engagements at Belmont Park the Metro ¬ politan and the Suburban Warren Wrights Whirlaway was nominated for the same historic fixtures Lazy F Ranch is the nom de course of Mrs W Lv parish whose husband died some montns ago He was president of Standard Oil Company of New Jersey Timothy Dorsey attached to the Pinker ton policing organization at the New York tracks died at his home in Sheepshead Bay Monday In the 25 years he has been clocking horses at Jamaica George Read says this has been the worst spring weather ever to hit Long Island Attention second in the Dixie and his stablemate Tola Rose also returned from Maryland Cain Hoy Stables Good Morning and Louis B Mayers Samaritan were shipped to Baltimore for the Oaks Herbert Bayard Swppe chairman of the racing commission returned to his war duties at Washington Johnny Coburn is showing steady im ¬ provement from a recent operation Roger Minton of the identification bureau is another victim of the flu

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