New England Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-24


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New England Notes SUFFOLK DOWNS Boston Mass May 22 Jockey Ray Adair arrived from Kentucky and plans to resume his saddle activities upon the expiration of his suspension for rough riding during the recent Churchill Downs meeting C B Stickney steward representing the New Hampshire Racing Commission at Rockingham Park was a visitor at Suffolk Downs Pine Tree Farms threeryearold Drudge is taking a vacation at his owners Fram ingham Farm The colt was found to be running a slight temperature and willbe given a short freshening up before return ¬ ing to training trainingSam Sam Harshani has added the twoyear old Brass Clock to the string he is training for B F Lister The newcomer arrived from the farm atWhitinsville Mass J Brouz is anxious to contact Tommy Daly Brouz can be reached at Suffolk Downs i Jockey Joe Martin has been engaged to ride Mrs R Campbells Hicomb in the May 31 renewal of the 5000 added Toma sello Memorial Handicap at six furlongs Curt Hughes head groom of the Mrs L H Nimkoff string is confined to the Chelsea Hospital with pneumonia where his condition is reported as improving improvingThe The Suffolk Downs stakes book was dis tributed to horsemen Friday morning The 50000 added Massachusetts Handicap the 15000 Mayflower Stakes and the 10000 added Hannah Dustin Handicap close June 15 The remaining features to be decided at the East Boston course close a week prior to their running runningTrainer Trainer I K Mourar reports the two yearold Buck Patch suffered bucked shins in his last start and will be on the shelf for a week or 10 days C P Sowers returned from Maryland after inspecting the horses he has stabled there His string in New England is trained by P C Stephenson StephensonGeorge George Phillips shipped the threeyear old gelding Hylas to W E Charles Jr for a Suffolk Downs campaign W W Crenshaw shipped three head to Suffolk Downs in charge of trainer Harvey Elston Those making the East Boston trip were Epay Gent and Smoky Snyder SnyderRacing Racing secretary Charles McLennan has posted a notice on the bulletin board that there will be a trainers award of 100 in all races of one mile and a half Herbert Williarns leading apprentice of the Narragansett meeting who was set down for 10 days by the stewards at Suf folk Downs for rough riding swung back backinto into action Saturday SaturdayApprentice Apprentice Elmer Crowther will be con ¬ fined to the hospital for at least a week following his spill from Arestino on Wednesday He is resting comfortably having suffered only bruises and lacera ¬ tions tionsJ J H Louchheim who is campaigning an extensive string at the Boston course an charge of trainer J Bowes Bond sent word from his home in Philadelphia that he is planning to leave May 30 foran ex ¬ tended visit to Boston

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