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! ■ 5 1 ■ I t f i i I B 3 1 Fifteen to Carry Colors Of Mrs. Emil Denemark Eight Juveniles in String That Womeldorff Has at Sportsmans Mrs. Emil Denemark, Chicago sportswoman, will have 15 horses to carry her popular canary yellow pjlks at the local tracks this season. Dave Womeldorff, who enjoyed remarkable success when he trained the Denemark string a few years back, is re- turning as conditioner of the stable this year and has his charges in quarters at Sportsmans Park. Womeldorff was the leading trainer of the 1940 season when he sent out 108 winners for the Denemaik ttable. He topped Hirsch Jacobs that season to end the lat-ters record of leading conditioner at seven straight years. Womeldorff also is direct- ing the activities at the Denemark farm at Hinsdale, 111. Eight of the suing a»e two-year-olds. They are Woodfin, Woolery, Noisily, Stel McLaughlin, Satin Ace, Our Major, Chic Barton and Sunny Betty. The older horses are Pennsburg, Dogiose, Limitation, Last Gold, Fire Dust and the three-year-olds, Lidice and Wog. Womeldorff reports all his charges in fine fettle and ready foi the opening of the Chicago season on April 29. Twelve foals already have arrived at the Denemark farm, with two more due mo-mentarily. The majority ate by the home ! stallions, Blackwood and Kcnyon C.