Illinois News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-24


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Illinois News and Notes ARLINGTON at Washington Park, Homewood, 111., June 23. Eight horses belonging to J. Kel Houssels are due here from Detroit. The string includes Emolument, a stakes winner in Chicago last summer. Touch and Go, Sir Winsome, Valdina Eternal, Vegas Chance, Vegas Mary, Vegas Wheel and Vegas Lass. R. H. Martin is the trainer. G. Wilson, arrived from Fairmount Park with four horses. They are Dutch Raider, Fast Message, and Pairzetta, owned by Kenneth Murchison, and Little Red Fox who races for W. E. Thompson. Claude Hawkins, one of Reuben Whites assistants and for years exercise boy in the employ of Roscoe Goose, was inducted into the Army yesterday. The two horses owned by Al Johnson and Sons of Nashville, will run under the name of the Lost Creek Farm in the future, it was announced today. David Lowenstein, student at the Mil-lersburg Military Institute, has joined his father, trainer Mose Lowenstein. R. C. Groff , who has a number of horses quartered at Lincoln Fields, is due here from Imla City, Mich. Herbert M. Woolf, owner of Woolford Farm, will be in Chicago tomorrow, according to trainer Ross O. Higdon. The two-year-old Pari-Dominate, owned by C. Leroy King, today was unsexed at Lincoln Fields. Jockey H. Laswell, a recent arrival from New York, wilf swing into action at Washington Park tomorrow. Dr. E. W. Thomas came from Lexington to fire several horses. FAIRMOUNT PARK, Collinsville, 111., June 23. A belated arrival are the two horses A. "French" Schwartz brought here yesterday. He has Rangle for N. Rasmussen California public official, and Red Berry, for the account of C. V. Yeager. H. C. Hoffman arrived from Chicago and purchased for his wife three horses from A. E. Overton. Hoffman, who will condition the trio, bought Town Lace, Hillfilly and Sun Forever. There is much interest here in the coming meeting to be held at "the Fort Miami track, beginning at Toledo, next Saturday. Many horsemen here plan shipping their charges there after the close of the local meeting. William McCadden, second leading rider here, leaves for Toledo tomorrow. He is one winning mount behind Robert Reeves, leading rider at Fairmount Park. Shipping here from his Illinois home, J. W. Choisser arrived with Talent and Mary Ann H. Both horses were registered this morning. Apprentice William Bailey was absent from the saddle here today. He was called to Chicago to take his physical examination for entrance into the armed forces.

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