New England News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1948-06-12


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New England News and Notes NARRAGANSETT PARK Pawtucket R L June 11 11C C O Ferguson has arrived from Garden State with eight horses headed by On the River his good handicap performer Com ¬ ing with the Ferguson string was jockey Frank Lullo who will do the riding Harry Vetal will handle Lullos book E E Russell familiar horseman on the New England circuit for many seasons is here with the Grandview Stable horses J R Layton will ride for the stable Mr and Mrs H B Massey the owners will fly here from Pittsburgh for the opening Mon ¬ day Their horse Erigeron will run in the Inaugural InauguralTrainer Trainer C A Cranford has registered nine horses owned by W I Jones They arrived from Garden State Harry Albrecht will handle the Marlet Stable horses at Narragansett Several good handicap horses from that string are named for the stakes stakesO O L Foster contract employer of Pat ¬ rick Moore Los Angeles youth who was shot accidentally at Suffolk Downs 10 days ago today reported4 that the boy is showing steady improvement although he may lose I the sight of his left eye An airrifle pel ¬ let struck Moore in the eye and an opera ¬ tion will be necessary to remove the shot He is in the Massachusetts General Hos ¬ pital at Boston The veteran Willie Canning a director of the Jockeys Guild has definitely de ¬ cided to quit the saddle after the next meeting at Suffolk Downs DownsTwo Two other highly regarded apprentice riders that will see action at Gansett are Arthur Monteiro under contract to B Frank Christmas and Nichols Shuk ap ¬ prentice to Jimmy McGee The veteran Ed Lucas checked in with three head of his own this morning He also will handle the stake candidates shipped here by William Helis HelisEd Ed Haughton has taken over the Fran ¬ ces Stable replacing Marvin Level There are 20 head in the Frances outfit headed by the good sprinter Tarpan Joseph Stevens executive of the H M Stevens Corporation is returning to New York today During the local meeting he will make frequent trips between here and the Stevens headquarters in New York YorkThe The condition of Del Holeman well known breeders and owner of Gallafin Tenn is so much improved that he may be permitted to leave the sick bed within a few days Holeman underwent a surgical operation in Milwaukee in April and a slight relapse forced him to return to bed on reaching his home early last month Otto Bagley has a number of the Holeman horses here Joe Camac is visiting his brother Char ¬ lie who has a large public stable on the grounds groundsMrs Mrs Adelaide Sarno ana Mrs Ida R Parxiale both from Roxbury Mass pur ¬ chased Lucky Lad The Eye and Guidao from the Cresson Farms at private terms Monte Preston manager of the Texas owned establishment and trainer acted on behalf of his employers Preston will train for the new owners Stakes blanks for the Suffolk Downs summer meeting are being distributed by members Of Ty Sheas administrative staff The East Boston track has listed five stakes headed by the 50000 Massachu ¬ setts Handicap Nominations close on July 1 R B Carroll has returned his former handicap performer Beldine to competi ¬ tion after an absence of two years The Bel Aethel Sourdine horse is going sound again and has been nominated for the Nar ¬ ragansett stakes program programJockey Jockey agent Sam McCrensky has taken over the bookings of the promising appren ¬ tice Gerry Schreck The Ohio lad who is under contract to Robert Cramer scored his initial victory in the waning days of the recent Suffolk Downs meeting

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