New England Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-07


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New England Notes NARRAGANSETT PARK Pawtucket R L May 6 Several members of the Glen Felkner string were transferred to Suffolk Downs from Narragarisett Park Sir Brookside has been placed on the stewards list at Narragarisett Park Wheat and Gayset will not be permitted to start until passed upon by the veter ¬ inarian at Narragansett Park ParkEddie Eddie Morgan employed in the jockeys quarters at Narragansett Park left Wednes ¬ day for Charles Town He will be custodian of the jockeys room at the West Virginia course Milton Briggs who rode remarkably well while an apprentice has gone back to work for Ray Metcalf who developed him as a race rider He will return to the saddle within a short time Harry Baker owner of Cosse was re ¬ jected by the Army and has returned to Narragansett Park He recently underwent a physical examination examinationK K D Kolseth will split his large stable sending half to Suffolk Downs and the re ¬ mainder to either Pascoag Park or Charles Town I J Whyte has registered the fiveyear old mare Esta with the racing secretarys office The horse has been in training for some time C P Sowers is attempting to find a home for Record Flight who broke down in a morning workout The Jacopb filly is well bred and it is Sowers hope that she can be given a haven for life at a breeding farm Arthur Hullcoat wellknown trainer is still another on the list of weather casual ¬ ties Catching a chill in last Fridays driv ¬ ing cold rain Hullcoat is confined to his home in Pawtucket with an attack of virus pneumonia Nomination blanks for the 1944 running j of the Selima Stakes were distributed among horsemen at Narragansett The Selima is run over the Laurel Md course in October and the stake closes May 15 15At At private sale W E Charles disposed of the plater Catomar to her former owner the White Star Stable Fred Hannon is arranging to ship the string he has at Narragansett to Wheeling as soon as transportation facilities can be made madeEarl Earl Porter former top flight rider has taken over the book of jockey Charlie Wahler and will make that lads engage ¬ ments for the remainder of the New Eng ¬ land season

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