New York Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-14


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New York Notes AQUEDUCT L I N Y June 12 Joe Beck track superintendent at Aque ¬ duct will permit schooling over the steeple ¬ chase and hurdle courses each Wednesday and Friday morning during the current meeting meetingJockey Jockey John Longden left here Wednes ¬ day by plane for a visit to his ranch in Nevada He will return some time next week John Maluvius a former California rac ¬ ing official now a member of the Unitect States Armed Forces was a visitor at Aque ¬ duct Frank Christmas plans to ship twenty horses from here to Washington Park later in the month The horses are destined for a summer and fall campaign campaignf f Sergeant Joseph Capossela brother of Fred who is on the staff of the New York State Racing Commission was a visitor at Aqueduct Joe is attached to the U Sl Air Corps at Langley Field Va and is here on furlough furloughMr Mr and Mrs John Hertz left for the Stoner Creek Farm in Kentucky where they will spend several weeks While there they will inspect the yearlings and other horses Apprentice Darrell Skyrm who was un ¬ seated by his mount Top Suit going to the post in the seventh race here on Tuesday will be out of the saddle for a while due to a torn ligament in his right arm armJules Jules Schurman received word from his son Howard who arrived in California from overseas that he expects a furlough shortly Howard trained the horse County Bond at one time Ownertrainer John B Partridge was seen hobbling around on crutches at Aque ¬ duct He sprained his ankle while playing golf recently recentlyTrainer Trainer Jack Howard returned to his duties in charge of the Coldstream Stable today He had been on the ailing list for the past week

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