Illinois News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-08


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Illinois News and Notes LINCOLN FIELDS at Hawthorne Stickney 111 June 7 7D D J Gleeson a director in the American Turf Association is expected from his home in Louisville tomorrow with Mrs Gleeson Former jockey Michael Meckler now in the army is spending part of a furlough in Chicago He is stationed at Fort Bliss Texas The horses which H Roberts brought from California are Real High Beau Pala Cotton Picker Lone Chance and Trust Buster The latter belongs to B M Roberts and the others to the Deerwood Stock Farm maintained by J C Bellinger of Los Angelas M A Coppola reported the purchase of My Night from Del Holman HolmanFrank Frank Tyler checked in at Lincoln Fields from Louisville with the horses Late Thread Baron Omar Rare Susan and Hello Cap The horses G W Maxwell brought from Nashville for L Johnson and sons are Darringer Miss Tullahoma Kitchen Miss and Cleones Orphan All of them are two yearolds yearoldsJ J J Watkins has departed for Canada with the horses Jack Sting arid Chic Prince Roscoe Goose has sent Potranco to the Lexington Fields Farm of his owner M A Kern for two weeks The horse will be brought back for the Washington Park ses Robert Conley former jockey now in the Army is here on a furlough from his base at Dallas Texas Thomas Marshall has taken over the horses Private Howie owned by James Bowler and Fletcher Robertson Bold Miss the property of Frank Ryan and Valeroso LI who races for Arthur Trout My Diane owned by John Connotta has been sent to Lexington Fields where she is to be bred to the stallion Cheick Rama RamaE E C Roth owner of Eldorado Farm re ¬ ports the arrival of two late foals a colt by Sir West and Calawee and the other a filly by the same sire and Magic Maid There also are three yearlings at Eldorado Farm The horses J R Gregory brought from California are being quartered at Lincoln Fields Harry Saladin also is at the Crete course with a stable of horses horsesH H C Hoffman reports that the mare Miss Apprehend which he has at the High Hope Farm near Lexington has dropped a filly foal by Infinity Miss Ap ¬ prehend is to be bred back to the imported Halcyon Gift Ross O Higdon today received two addi ¬ tions to the Woolford Farm stable They are Pomiva and Inscolad who came from the farm near Kansas City CityActing Acting for his partner E A Carney and himself KirUy Ramsey today bought Val dina Clown from the Valdina Farm Frank Podesta handled the transaction for the Valdina Farm If Best Seller starts in the La Salle Handicap on Saturday he will be ridden by Lyle Whiting If Best Seller does not accept the issue Whiting will have the mount on Aletern The Green Grass Stable owned by J S Braud of Chicago has bought Prominette from Rosario Conino at private terms W R Sallee who trained the horse for Conino will continue as trainer for the new owner J J Greely who was representing his brother Thomas A Greely disposed of Random Breeze to Mrs Faye Faires L L Moore will train the new Faires acquisition acquisitionApprentice Apprentice William Ford arrived from Louisville and reported to trainer R B Allen The horses which Harry Saladin un ¬ loaded at Lincoln Fields were Foxhole Four Deep Romulus and Bold Style They came from Kentucky Private Herb Litzenberger former jockey was in Chicago today on his way from Fort Bragg to his home in Louisville He is on a furlough furloughAnother Another visitor today was B F Stutts former owner and trainer who now is engaged in defense work in Aurora AuroraFrank Frank E Mandel of the Illinois Racing Board has returned from a business trip East EastEugene Eugene R Flagg who has Jug Head and Generalis racing at Fairmount Park plans to come to Chicago later in the season but at present he is confined to his farm at Winter Park Fla where he is engaged in farming and poultry raising raisingFAIRMOUNT FAIRMOUNT PARK Collinsville 111 June 7 7L L C Everitt Ohio horseman brought Belle James Marie Olympia Saves Nine Doubter Darby Dower Sparkling Gem Tweedledum and Reminiscence from Beu lah Park Another arrival from the Ohio track is Frank Wood who trains Big Rover Destiny Deb Chuckler and Scotty B Jack Van Pelt a member of the Fair mount Park publicity staff flew to Mexico City Saturday night He expects to return here in time for Tuesdays program programR R A Leigh Jr who has been serving as clerk of scales and entry clerk resigned his position and will go into war work Jack Klucina has succeeded Leigh as clerk of scales

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