Illinois Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-25


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Illinois Notes LINCOLN FIELDS at Hawthorne Stickney 111 May 24 24Dave Dave Wolfe found quarters at Sports ¬ mans Park for Elmada Bachelors Bower Ebony Boy Crooning Fox and Foreseat whom he trains for various owners The horses wintered at Wolfes Illinois farm T L Pierce is expecting two additions to the stable he trains for Dr R H Jones of Indianapolis Ind They are en route from New England EnglandJ J D Mikel who has been on the ailing list for several days resumed training his horses Monday Mikel will send three horses to his farm at Carloc 111 Tues ¬ day f fH H G Shoemaker checked in at Haw ¬ thorne with the horses Victory Prince Vic ¬ tory Wise Victory Alice Victory Twilight Victory Dorothy and Sildonna SildonnaJockey Jockey Harry Schuling who rode with success in Chicago last summer is back He came in from California Acting for the Woolford Farm trainer R O Higdon today sold Whiscendent to Ritta Goldman at private terms A Witt green will train the horse The horses L J Keating brought to Washington Park from Louisville were Bes car Gallant Port Miss TJ S O Arnel and Queens Risk The latter is to be shipped to New York as soon as transportation can be arranged Jockey Frank Zehr suffering with a bad knee remained inactive Monday He is considering going to Detroit to ride rideE E M Hall was an arrival from Kentucky with six horses They are George F Souths Wild Harp Corporal Al Yormont Sirius and Maggie Jane and Mrs V E Smiths Sis Baker Frank C Podesta who has charge of the late Emerson F Woodwards racing inter ¬ ests departed for Texas on receipt of word of the death of the master of Valdina Farm Though he is without horses at this time G H Neal came here from Louisville He may acquire several head for racing in Chicago Apprentice Warren Geauthreaux New Orleans youngster arrived from Louisville and reported to trainer R J Rossi R A Leigh racing secretary at Fair mount Park was here today in the interest of the meeting opening at Fairmount Park on Saturday Back from a business trip to the East Maj Ednyfed H Williams chairman of the Illinois racing board was at Hawthorne this afternoon with Mrs Williams Mrs R T Runnels critically ill at a Chicago hospital for several weeks has returned to her home homeR R B Allen unloaded ten horses at Wash ¬ ington Park He brought them from Ken ¬ tucky

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