New England News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-30


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i j New England News and Notes | | , j SUFFOLK DOWNS, Boston, Mass., June 29. , Sidney S. Brown returned from New York where he conferred with owners and I J trainers nominating horses for next Mon- I days Massachusetts Handicap. Brown j again asserted interest in the 0,000 race is high and that a representative field of i I thoroughbreds will make the long nine fur- 1 longs run. I Jockey Jimmy Berger today left for his home at Louisville, Kentucky, to take his ■ final physical examination. If accepted for army duty, the boy will return to Suffolk Downs to ride for the final two weeks before induction. C. Rufi, owner of Dense Path, arrived from his home at Brady Lake, Ohio, to remain for the running of the Hannah Dustin on July 10, for which the filly is eligible. Jockey Tommy Luther has been engaged to ride her in the mile and one-sixteenth feature. M. C. "Ty" Shea, an official at the inaugural meeting at Suffolk Downs, came up from his home in Maryland to take in I a few days sport. Shea is now an official at the majority of the tracks in Maryland. Trainer R. B. Archer intends to remain at Suffolk Downs for several additional I weeks, although he will ship Cape Cod to Garden State Park for the opening day handicap at the New Jersey oval. 1 Discoverlette, a two-year-old daughter of Discovery — Brides Delight, was an arrival I at Suffolk Downs. The juvenile filly is the 1 property of C. Haley. She had been turned ■ i out at a farm at West Medford, Mass. Pony Ballet, Tamil and Spartan have been shipped to Camden. N. J., to await the opening of the Garden State Park j meeting. The trio are the property of Mrs. R. H. Heighe. It is likely that Joe Dattilo will leave Sunday for Camden, N. J., to report to the . stable trained by Frank White, for whom , he will ride during the Garden State Park : meeting. Jockey W. Gerlock has packed his tack - and left for New York to report to the I j stable of Mrrs. L. H. Nimkoff at Empire ; 1 City. I I J I 1 I ■ I I A meeting of horsemen was held Mon- I day evening in the Suffolk Downs club boose. The new tax was explained to them by tax representatives. Gay Balko has been returned to training, arriving from the Norfolk Hunt Club,1 Medford, Mass. The Balko colt will race for Jose Valli. J. Boden, probably the oldest active American trainer, will ship his string of five to Suffolk Downs from New York within the next couple of days. Jockey Charley Wahler returned to the saddle Monday after a short rest, recovering from recent falls. Dave Harrison today picked up. Pretty Is for the C and M Stable and has placed the three-year-old in training. Mr. Brook has been removed from the stewards list and his entry will again be accepted. John Van Kirk has taken over Linas Son and Noble Boy to train for Mrs. L. M. I I Burton. Lady Lyonors was an arrival from Crans-j ton, R. I. She was consigned to C. H. Hill. ! Shansi and Tracer Bullet have been added to the stewards list.

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