Illinois News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-18


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Illinois News and Notes LINCOLN FIELDS at Hawthorne , Stickney, 111., June 17. William Causey has returned from Phoenix, Ariz., where he was called by the illness of his mother. He is taking his stable from here to Washington Park. Frank Catrone is making preparations for the transfer of the 18 horses he has here for the Valdina Farm to Washington Park. The transfer will take place this week-end. Jockey George Woolf will be in Chicago to ride through the Arlington and Washington Park meetings, according to word reaching here today. Honored Miss, owned by J. A. Kroeck. has been sent to the La Grange, 111., farm of Stanley Luke, where she will be bred to Sun Flag. Lawrence Barney lost his five-pound allowance with the conclusion of todays racing. Capt. Baylor Hickman of the Marines, is in Chicago for a brief visit. Captain Hickman formerly raced a stable of horses and his daughter, Helen, now has the handicap performer, Aonbarr, at Hawthorne. John Swisher, manager of the Jockeys Guild, is in Chicago for a week. He came from Detroit. C. F. Wagner has departed for Montreal where he will supervise the shipment of a division of his stable from Canada to Garden State Park. Wagner also has a division of his stable at Hawthorne. — — ♦ FAIRMOUNT PARK, Collinsville, 111., June 17. Before departing for Mount Royal Park, Fred Sechrest traded Malayan to Ira Gaw-thorp for High Low Jack. Al G. Woodman, veteran turfman, has been appointed patrol judge at Fairmount Park to succeed L. O. Delonchaw, who resigned to enter government service. Hugh Goff, who manages M. B. Goffs farm near Lexington, Ky. is a visitor and expects to remain for Saturdays program. Leo Dandurand, who was a visitor here the early part of the meeting, notified general manager Donald Burnett, he will arrive tomorrow for another indefinite visit.

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