Delaware Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-22


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Delaware Notes DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., June 21. Former jockey Harry Stutts, who has been a successful trainer in recent years, arrived from Suffolk Downs with British j Warm, Miss Monarch and Supai. The lat- j ter is a three-year-old son of Blue Train — Annoy and is eligible for the Diamond State ; Stakes. Trainer Arthur White, of the steeplechase branch of the sport, arrived from Belmont Park with seven head of jumpers. Jockey r Willie Owen accompanied White from the metropolitan circuit. Jockey Aubrey Snellings. who handled I Bon Jour in his winning effort in the Sgt. , I Muggins Purse, has been engaged to handle . Charles Turners representative in Saturdays . Sussex Handicap. Since the Sgt. Muggins. Bon Jour was unplaced behind I Rounders in Pimlicos Dixie Handicap. During the first 17 days of the 30-day r meeting, there have been 30 claims registered. The top price was ,000 which was ; deposited on several occasions. Those, horses haltered for that price include . Wayne County, Milkwhite, Ginokum and | ; Charter Member. The veteran conditioner Simon Healey is j on hand serving as assistant to trainer Merritt Happy" Buxton. The latter has ; enjoyed a very successful meeting here. Miss Virginia Russell, one of the few - members of her sex in the training profession, . checked in from Canada with the plater Jan One. Hilton Dabsons Nances Ace, holder of the world record for five and one-half furlongs, has been nominated for Garden State Parks Colonial Handicap. This event ; is at six furlongs and carries a 0,000 i endowment. Nominations for the 1946 Oaks and Diamond State Stakes close on August 15 of this year. The Oaks, Delaware Parks outstanding race for three-year-old fillies, was ; increased by ,500 this year and will be! I I raised the same sum for 1946, bringing the | added money to 2,500. c

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