Delaware Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1948-06-12


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Delaware Notes DELAWARE PARK Stan ton Del Jiine 11 11Apprentice Apprentice Jackie Turner who suffered a leg infection the last week of the Garden State Park meeting will be absent from the saddle for at least another week Charles Ulbig widely read racing col ¬ umnist of the Philadelphia Daily News was a visitor Ulbig plans to divide his time between the Charles Town and Delaware Park tracks Johnny Breen who won the Christiana Stakes for Tommy Rodrock with C Weth erills Raise You has been engaged by the veteran conditioner to handle W F Hitts Galaman in the Dover Ridgewood Stables Double Jay who has been idle since being injured in the Dixie Handicap at Pimlico is again training under Claude Feltners guidance Colin MacLeod Jr was a visitor from New York to witness the race turned in by his recent winner Fibster a juvenile daughter of Petrose Rigan McKinney who will campaign a sizable string here when the steeplechase branch of the sport gets under way at the conclusion of the Belmdnt Park meeting this week was on hand this afternoon to make final arrangements The condition book covering the last 15 days of the current 30day meeting has been sent to the printer today and will be available to horsemen on Monday MondayMarys Marys Dell fiveyearold daughter of Case Ace and Pixey Dell who earned 11 075 last year has been sold by Rufus Waple to Duval Headley as a broodmare prospect The mare bowed in her race on Tuesday and will be shipped to the Head ley farm at Lexington Ky James E Ryaa trainer of a large stable of steeplechase and flat runners will be ¬ come hospitalized within the next two or three days and will be confined for approx ¬ imately a month The horseman will be treated for a broken vertebrae Jockey Bobby Strange who has been showing good form in New Jersey and Delaware has turned his engagement book over to agent Harold Wiseman Brookmeade Stables Elastic threeyear old filly who arrived with Splash is being pointed for the Delaware Oaks to be inn for a 17500 added purse on July 5 closing day of the meeting Joe McCulloch former steeplechase rider whose name is familiar to Delaware Park racegoers reports the birth of his first ¬ born The baby is a sixpound boy born in Baltimore Baltimorev v vr = r

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