More than Fifty Saddlesmiths to Don Silks at Washington, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-19


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i * More Than Fifty Saddlesmirhs To Don Silks at Washington HOMEWOOD, 111., June 18.— More than 50 riders will place their services at the disposal of the horsemen during the 67 days of racing that begins at Washington Park on Monday. Among them are some of the most accomplished exponents of their profession. Alfred Robertson will join the Washington Park jockey colony after about two weeks, while among those who will be ready to accept mounts immediately are Qeorge Woolf, Johnny Longden, Wendell Eads, Lyle Whiting, Otto Grohs, Lester Balaski, Carroll Bierman, Pfc. Ralph Neves, Maurice Peters, Nick Jemas. Jess Higley, Joe Wagner, George Burns, Pliney Johnson, William Balzaretti, Anthony Skoronski, Ted Malear, Eugene White, Frank Zehr, Lawrence Bar-? ney, George Bowman and Don Hauer.

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