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


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New York Notes BELMONT PARK Elmont L I N Y May 22 22A A S Hewitt who has a breeding farm at White Post Virginia was a visitor Another visitor was Theo Gallucci who built the Juvenile Course for twoyearolds which is not being used this year Dave Woods came up from Baltimore and plans to stay for several days He reported that no new developments in reference to fall racing in Maryland had been developed of late Mountain Range owned by the Wheatley Stable was placed back in training This one wintered at the Wheatley Hills estate of Mrs H C Phipps Willie Brennan who is pinch hitting in the saliva box at alf the New York tracks was tendered the position he had at Gar ¬ den State Park last season seasonArthur Arthur White reported that within the next few days he would reinforce the stable of steeplechasers he has here by new ar ¬ rivals from the farm The CainHoy Stables smart filly Good Morning is being rested up for stakes en ¬ gagements later in the summer summerPreston Preston M Burch took second call on the services of jockey Ted Atkinson for the remainder of the New York season seasonPrivate Private Irving Brown former attendant in the jockeys quarters at all the Metro ¬ politan tracks for the past several years was a Belmont Park visitor He is on a furlough from Camp Upton John B Campbell racing secretary and handicapper at all the New York courses released the second edition of the Belmont Park condition books to horsemen here Fri ¬ day Johnny Hawko former press box mes ¬ senger was a visitor at Belmont Park Thursday He is here on a furlough from the Great Lakes Naval Training Station Al Burlen clerk of scales on the Metro ¬ politan circuit who has been ill for sev ¬ eral weeks left the hospital and is con ¬ valescing in his home at Malvern L I Apache the sprinting star in the Belair Stud is on the ailing list a victim of the coughing that is prevalent in this sector sectorTrainer Trainer Charles Raynor loaded the horses owned by S J Lepper for Detroit for a summer campaign

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