New York News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-07


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New York News and Notes JAMAICA L I N Y May 6 Pinky Grimes apparently picked up an ¬ other bargain yearling at the Old Hickory Farm sale a year ago He gave only 425 for Damask Rose which won so impres ¬ sively Tuesday High Resolve which ran in Youthful Stakes cost him 500 Kenneth Osborne checked in at Belmont Park with five head belonging to Hal Price Headley They are prest Bulls Eye Anti ¬ climax Fair Tip and Sirlette Anticlimax is eligible for the 15000 Grey Lag Handi ¬ cap at Jamaica Saturday Willie Knapp and F J McNulty ap ¬ parently have patched up their recent dif ¬ ferences for Knapp was listed on the program as trainer of McNultys Sweep staker in the War Bonds Purse today todayJockey Jockey Johnny Gilbert is the most con ¬ sistent patron of the reducing appliances in the jockey room He works as hard to keep his weight down to 113 as Irving Anderson used to toSteeplechase Steeplechase racing will be featured for the first time this season with the opening of Belmont Park next Monday There will be eight races daily during the session with the post set at 130 p m mThe The Widener chute which was open to training Wednesday and last Monday will be available for the same purpose tomorrow and thereafter on Tuesdays and Fridays from 1015 to 1045 a m Mrs Cecelia deMille Harpers Rurales who wintered in California will be shipped East and campaigned in New York in care of trainer W O Hicks HicksDaily Daily Double windows at Belmont will be open from 1245 to 115 p m daily closing 15 minutes before post time for the first race Leo Eichler widely known mutuels of ¬ ficial arrived from New Orleans for a short visit The Steeplechase event will be run as the third race on the program of the com ¬ ing Belmont Park meeting Trainer John Hazzard arrived at Bel ¬ mont Park from Kentucky with eight horses belonging to the Alpheim Stable StableClerk Clerk of scales Al Burlen a victim of pneumonia is resting comfortably at South Nassau Hospital in Oceanside OceansideJockey Jockey Albert Schmidl checked in from Pimlico PimlicoNick Nick Wall veteran light weight plans to return to the saddle shortly

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