New York Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-30


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New York Notes EMPIRE CITY at Jamaica, Jamaica, L. I., N. Y., June 29. Orvelle Revel, former radio announcer who handled the public address system at the Biscayne Kennel Club in Miami, has been made sports editor of the Fort Lauderdale News, according to word received here. In accordance with the war effort, the Metropolitan Jockey Club will not provide parking facilities on their property for automobiles. All persons connected with racing are earnestly requested to comply by using other transportation facilities* Fully recovered from a siege of pneumonia, Maurice "Dancer" Hyams left for a few weeks vacation. He plans to return some time during the Empire City meeting at which time he will have several horses campaigning. Mrs. Bruno Pagliai, wife of the president of the Hipodromo de las Americas, was a visitor at the meeting now in progress. She plans to leave tomorrow for Chicago and then will go to California. Pfc. Irving Brown, who formerly worked around the jockey quarters before entering the Army, was a visitor, on furlough from Camp Upton. Trainer H. A. Luro registered the White Hall Plantation string at Belmont Park. He will campaign them at the current Empire City meeting now being held at Jamaica. E. R. Sietas, who conditions the horses of Miss Mary OLeary and the Mimosa Stock Farm, registered six head which he will campaign at the current meeting. During the 18-day meeting at Aqueduct 38 horses changed hands via the claiming route, aggregating 09,700. The city sales tax amounted to ,097. Steeplechase rider W. Leonard left for the Motor City over the week-end to ride the steeplechase course. The first edition of the Garden State Park condition book may be obtained at the secretarys office. Freddie Marshall will handle the riding engagements of jockey Warren Mehrtens 1 during the current meeting.

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