New England Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-18


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. , 1 ] , 1 | , New England Notes SUFFOLK DOWNS, Boston, Mass.. June 16. Some Chance, winner of the Plymouth Rock Handicap, has been returned to New York. Par Avion and Bastinado were added to j the stewards list Saturday. It brought the number of barred horses to eleven. The string that J. Johnson shipped to Chicago for H. H. Haag was made up of Devalue, Mercury, Amazed, and Bur-goolette. Mike Costello has sent the plater World Wonder to a farm in New Jersey to be turned out. B. F. Christmas shipped Chain Miss, Molasses Jo, and Blue Lily to New York. Joe Binstock, who has been purchasing platers and shipping them to Montreal, claims that the local market for cheaper grade performers has just about been cleaned out. Grover Noel is walking with the aid of a cane, having suffered a broken pelvis bone when thrown from Quakertown during training hours several days ago. Apprentice Pratt, who was injured in a recent spill, remains temporarily on the j sidelines taking treatments for a sore wrist. ; The boy hopes to return to the saddle j within the coming few afternoons. Harold Danforth registered a pair of horses with the secretary. They are Quiz ! Baby and Late Alice. The former jockey | will train them for the balance of the ; i ! meeting. H. G. Bedwell has added Hobnob Girl to his string at Suffolk Downs. Max Hirsch has sent Grand Fara from New York consigned to W. F. Egan at the Boston course. The three-year-old Elmo Grier was unloaded at Suffolk Downs and is in the stable of W. Roberts. Tommy Whelan, Wise Fox and Journey On were vanned from Narragansett to join the main division of the A. G. Tarn string at Suffolk Downs. R. Robertson has added Silver Grail to i his string at Suffolk Downs. The son of ! Sir Gallahad III. has been unsexed. The capable filly Bingo Bridget, the 1 1 | property of Sgt. Phil Bieber, has been put i back in training. The Brandon Mint filly is expected to be able to go to the post before the close of the present meeting. Trainer D. A. Ragone plans to leave for Blue Bonnets on Sunday to inspect the I stable he has at that point. Sydney S. Brown returned from New • York after contacting horsemen in the interests ■ of the 0,000 Massachusetts Handicap, the 5,000 Mayflower Stakes and the ! 0,000 Hannah Dustin Handicap. Three claims on Tuesday swelled the number of haltered horses at the meeting I to 69. J. Binstock shipped Display Style, Valdina - Flare, and Moonmiss to Montreal. He recently added the plater, Display Style, to his string, purchasing the horse from l James Harrington at private sale. A. L. Porto disposed of Breeze to L. C. . i ! 1 1 | i I • ■ ! I - l . Bellew at private terms. The plater has been turned over to J. Vali to train. Sydney Jacobs has taken over Guest Master to train for C. Finkelstein, replacing D. A. Congdon. J. J. Coughlin has succeeded Lyle Phillips as trainer of Boredom. Entries continue to arrive at the secretarys office for the Massachusetts Handicap, to be run at Suffolk Downs on July 5. The lineup of nominees will be announced early next week for the 0,000" added stake. Jockey H. Trent resumed riding on Thursday after having served a 10-day suspension for rough riding. Joe Brown, of the Miami Herald, arrived from the Magic City and plans to remain until the close of the meeting. Gordon Morrow, who was to serve as racing secretary at Pascoag Park, departed for Toronto to spend a few days visiting with his daughter, who is married to jockey C. W. Smith. R. "Whitey" Nixon shipped Signal Corps to the farm at Chester, Pa., to be turned out. Vietta will carry George D. Wideners silks in Saturdays ,500 added Betsy Rosa Stakes. Bert Mulholland will handle the two-year-old filly. Roane Waring, national commander of the American Legion, was the Bunker Hill Day guest of honor at Suffolk Downs today. The fourth race was named in his honor.

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