New York Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-27


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New York Notes BELMONT PARK Elmont L I N Y May 26 26Steeplechase Steeplechase rider S Riles who was taken to Mary Immaculate Hospital suf ¬ fered a sprained wrist when his mount Trebleapplause fell at the sixth fence on Monday The steeplechaser The Beak owned by Mrs F A Clark will be on the sidelines for several weeks He was injured while schooling according to trainer Dolly Byers ByersDark Dark Danger Bouncing Bull Dandy and Ben Gray have been placed on the stewards list and will not be allowed tostart until passed upon by the stewards Steeplechase jockey R G Woolf who was thrown while schooling the fencer Sil ¬ ver Birch was admitted to a New York hospital for observation He complained of back injuries injuriesJohn John B Campbell racing secretary and handicapper at all the New York courses is working on the condition book for the Aqueduct meeting which will open on Mon ¬ day June 7 Horsemen are requested to make stall reservations for Empire City immediately They may file their applications at the Belmont secretarys office Theodore L Knapp president of the Queens County Jockey Club reports that everything is in readiness for the opening of Aqueduct on Monday June 7 Herbert Bayard Swope chairman of the New York State Racing Commission and Mrs Swope attended the races at Belmont Park Wednesday Mrs P A B Widener and her daughter Ella arrived from Philadelphia to spend a few days in New York They attended the races here Wednesday WednesdayTrainer Trainer Preston Burch reported that Mrs Ames the speedy juvenile owned by the Longchamps Farm will next face the starter in the National Stallion Stakes StakesTrainer Trainer Moody Jolley is well pleased with ing The fiveyearold gelding is scheduled Uo start in the Suburban Handicap here jon Monday

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