Gulfstream Files Dates for Meeting of 40 Days: Seek to Run One Continuous Session Beginning March 6, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-28


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Gulfstream Files Dates For Meeting of 40 Days Seek to Run One Continuous Session Beginning March 6 MIAMI, Fla., June 27. — James Donn of I | the Gulfstream Park track disclosed here -today that he and his associates have filed ; [ a petition with the Florida State Racing I j Commission asking for a license to operate I the Hallendale course for 40 days, begin- ] « ning March 6, 1946. The Broward County j j track reopened last winter when a meeting j of 20 days was held in December and a f second meeting of the same length wss | J automatically cancelled by the Federal , | suspension of racing. j In making the announcement Donn said i that his association like many others, j i i would prefer to run all of their allowable 40 days in one meeting rather than to conduct a split season. The Gulfstream application, together with those either filed or to be field by Hialeah Park and Tropical Park, will be considered at a meeting of the commission scheduled for July 10 and 11. It was announced several days ago that Hialeahs request embraced the dates for January 17, 1946, to March 4, inclusive, while there has been no public disclosure of what dates Tropical Park seeks. , Following the meeting of the commis- slon, Donn plans to leave for New York I and other points on matters pertaining to the winter season. i

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