Brief Paragraphs From Racing Points: Illinois, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-04


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Brief Paragraphs From Racing Points Illinois LINCOLN FIELDS at Hawthorne Stickney 111 June 3 3G G E Lewis trainer of the Lookout Stock Farm horses reports the mare Mayro has a filly by Supremus and she will be bred back to the same sire Jockey Chalmer Basham suspended for unsatisfactory riding for the balance of the Lincoln Fields meeting has departed for his home in Louisville His apprentice ship expired today Linus Pierce former assistant starter on the staff of Ruby White sends word to friends here he is enjoying army life at Gilroy Calif CalifActing Acting for John M Hutchins Monte Weil today bought Valdina Maiden from the Valdina Farm and he performed under new colors here this afternoon Harry Saladin sends word that he will be in Chicago this weekend with the horses of Dan B Midkiff They will be quartered at Washington Park ParkJockey Jockey Albert Bodiou has made appli ¬ cation for a license to ride in Illinois Sergt George Lisko former jockey agent is here on a visit from his base at Columbia S C Two horses were claimed out of the eighth race at Hawthorne Wednesday Blon Gla went to Fraccaro and Linver for 1250 and Yesteryear was taken by Fred Seroy for the same price priceLeonard Leonard J Wilson arrived here from Kansas City and took over the training of three horses owned by Mrs G H Emick also of Kansas City The horses are JBlack Mask Last Call and Book Plate Frank Podesta returned from Houston where he attended the funeral of Mr and Mrs Emerson F Woodward late owners of Valdina Farm and resumed charge of the estates racing interests R B Allen arrived from Louisville with Ed B Wage Law Tetraeta Tetranol Ter nachal and four other horses They are owned by C O Miles MilesActing Acting for Joe Barrett W L Hoag dis ¬ posed of The Skipper to Charles Warren and the horse will be permanently retired from racing The Walter G McCarty stable trained by C R West has taken a call on the services of jockey Pliney Johnson for the entire Chicago season seasonEd Ed P Metz of Covington Ky is here for a few days He has several horses rac ¬ ing at Hawthorne HawthorneJockey Jockey Joe Marinelli checked in from Beulah Park Del Holman who came here a few days ago from Nashville is confined to his hotel with an attack of the flu W J Sprow Sandusky Ohio owner and breeder is spending a few days in Chicago ChicagoC C N Bell representing C H Dursch sold Tacheone to Glen Wilson and the horse is being shipped to Detroit DetroitFAIRMOUNT FAIRMOUNT PARK Collinsville 111 June 3 3Phalamo Phalamo Masked Plane and Salina O the property of R E Spicer reached Fair mount Park today The license committee granted a license to jockey J Hernandez and the boy ex ¬ pects to swing into action shortly shortlyr r George Tompros has Kansas City and Armistice to carry his silks The horses came from Beulah Park Leo Wagner Illinois breeder and trainer found quarters at Harry Murdocks Creek side farm for Sis Wagner Sir Jimmy Doc Wagner Count Flash and Rosevo Entries for the Pontiac Handicap to be presented as the feature for Saturdays program closed today Racing secretary ftichard Leigh expects a field of ten or more to run the six furlongs Thomas McGinty prominent Cleve larider who came here for a few days Of racing returned to the Forest City today todayW W Sheridan arrived from Chicago with Black Cherry and Valroma ValromaFloyd Floyd Herman has Bamboo Broom Bon ¬ anza Lou Ima Lady Lady Be Keen Galla hads Gal Happy Indian Tangower Lady Wise Slave and Sunny Fly here for Mrs Eli Long The horses came from Beulah Park ParkJohn John W Galbreath and his brother George will be represented in Fairmount Park racing by Dated V P Darby Deedee Darby Demon Darby Depth Darby Dart She Did and Hasty Tommy Vndy Thomas made the long trek from Bakersfield Calif with the plater Redeem RedeemCarter Carter Everett brought three horses from Beulah Park James Chesney Belleville 111 horseman checked in from Beulah Park with Franks Boy All True Razor Sharp Blue Orchid and Flying Kiev KievJudge Judge Cliff Abbo returned from New Orleans where he attended his aunts fu ¬ neral services

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