New York News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-18


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New York News and Notes BELMONT PARK Elmont L I N Y May 17 17Trainer Trainer E Nimkoff shipped Millbrook Stables Hopeville to Suffolk Downs over the weekend Apprentice Charles Goggi rode for the first time since his suspension at Jamaica when he was astride Boats Crew in the second race Saturday SaturdayMrs Mrs T Christophers Kingfisher who triumphed in the Governors Handicap at Suffolk Downs on Saturday will be shipped back here the middle of the week Racing secretary and handicapper John B Campbell stated that the early nomina ¬ tions received for the stakes at Aqueduct and Empire City were far ahead of figures of similar dates last season seasonTrainer Trainer Hugh Fontaine of the Brook meade Stable reported that nineteen year ¬ lings all homebreds are at the farm at Warrenton Va They will later in the year be given their preliminary racing educa ¬ tion Glen Haines former rider now a mem ¬ ber of the armed services stationed in Texas was among the recent visitors He is here on furlough furloughJockey Jockey J Stout who is on the ailing list reports that he is showing steady im ¬ provement and hopes to be back in action this week The horses owned by C A ONeil Miami Fla patron were shipped to Detroit for that meeting Trainer F A Bonsai arrived from Pim Uc and registered the horses he has in training for J W Y Martin H F Straus and other Maryland patrons Trainer Charlie Raynor will ship the Lepper stable horses from here to Detroit W Bi Cocks arrived from Virginia and registered a draft of horses J L Honhorst father of Mrs Frank Stevens wife of the wellknown caterer died Thursday night He was 87 years old oldJockey Jockey L Knapp who is under contract to JH Stotler was among the recent ar ¬ rivals at Belmont Park He will swing into action in a few days Jockey A Pascuma was among the re ¬ cent arrivals to join the large colony of riders now at the Belmont course courseJockey Jockey Herb Linling will go to Woodbine Park where he will ride one of the R H McLaughlin starters in the Kings Plate PlateW W Specs Dunnerequested stable ac ¬ commodations for the meeting He is at Louisville Ky Gene Lutz one of the veterans of racing wired John B Campbell for stalls here for the remainder of the season Lutz is now racing in Louisville Jockey W Obert one of the veterans of the jockey ranks filed his application for a license with the stewards Horsemen were notified that nomina ¬ tions for the Lamplighter Handicap for Class C performers close on Tuesday The race Is for threeyearolds over the mile and a sixteenth distance and will be run on Thursday T

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