Suffolk Will Draw Maryland Stables: Nineteen Cars of Horses Coming From Old Line State Starting Tomorrow Morning, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-07


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Suffolk Will Draw Maryland Stables StablesNineteen Nineteen Cars of Horses Coming From Old Line State Starting Tomorrow Morning MorningBOSTON BOSTON Mass May 6 Racing secre ¬ tary Charles J McLennan in a flying trip to Suffolk Downs for a quick consultation with officials of the Eastern Racing Asso ¬ ciation reported that 19 carloads of thor ¬ oughbreds will be shipped from Maryland to Boston between the hours of Friday morning and Saturday night The entire lot is consigned for racing at the Suffolk Downs spring and summer meeting which will get under way on May 10 for a 60day run runIncluded Included among the equine visitors will be many of the best handicap horses now showing their wares in the Old Line State as well as a large colony of horses valued at from 2500 to 3500 3500High High Class Jockey Colony ColonyI I anticipate more races for thorough ¬ breds of this caliber than ever before in the history of Suffolk Downs said Mc ¬ Lennan In addition some of Marylands top jockeys will be on hand to pilot them Offhand I can name nearly a dozen riders who will come from Pimlico for next Mon ¬ days opening such as D Scocca J Tam maro R Sisto C Stevenson L Knapp J Dattilo F Early H Trent A Bocson and many others Their number added to those coming from Narragansett will af ¬ ford us the best selection of jockeys in many reasons reasonsApproximately Approximately 600 Maryland horses will make the shipment to Suffolk Downs To their number can be added in the neigh ¬ borhood of 500 to be vanned over the road from Narragansett Park while other out ¬ fits notably the Bert Williams establish ¬ ment will come from Kentucky all con ¬ verging on the seaside oval for what prom ¬ ises to be the classiest sport in the nine year history of the popular course courseThe The track was opened on Monday for the arrival of the running stock and every one of the 1200 stalls will have its four legged occupant by bugledate Schooling activities in charge of starter Bob Frend will get underway on Friday

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