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► i Illinois Notes LINCOLN FIELDS-at-Washington Park, Hoirfewood, HI., June 9. Ky. Hash, a juvenile owned by M. J. Hogan, was shipped here from Louisville, Ky., yesterday and turned over to L. H. Thompson to train. Jockey Jack Richard, who is dividing his time between this track and the Detroit Fair Grounds, leaves Friday for the latter course where he will pilot Lexbrook Stables Lextown in the 0,000 Motor City on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George McMullen, who own several horses here in charge of C. P. Winfrey, arrived from their home in Detroit, Mich., and plan an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Wickel, parents of the apprentice rider, Leslie Wickel, came here today from their home in Burley, Idaho. Keith Carter, chief of the Midwest bureau of the TRPB, checked in today from Omaha, Neb., and will be here for some time. Trainer Ralph C. Baltimore reported Safe Gift, a four-year-old filly owned by Helen S. Reineman, will be sent to Howard Wells farm at Lexington, Ky., to be bred this season to Equifox. Nomic, another of the Reineman representatives, was returned here today from the same farm after being bred to Equifox and it is planned to keep her in training for the summer, according to Baltimore. Three juveniles, Anne S., Bernock and Stage Buckle, the property of B. W. Simpson, were vanned here today from Louisville, Ky., and added to the string Edwin S. Janicki is conditioning.