Illinois Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-10


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Illinois Notes SPORTSMANS PARK, Cicero, HI., May 9. James Tranter Clark, member of the Lincoln Fields official staff, came in from Churchill Downs, where he also served in an official capacity. Clark will assume his regular position as paddock judge. Ike Bassett, midwestern representative of the Jockeys Guild, returned from a trip to Beulah Park. Within the next several days he will journey to Ak-Sar-Ben and Fair-mount Park to confer with riders at those tracks. Benjamin Fogelson reported the purchase of Oatburner from Mrs. Sam Molay. Don Kerrone is trainer of the sizeable Fogelson unit. Owner and trainer H. S.. Coons bought the six-year-old mare, Bronzaca, from Paul Larvis. Terms of the transaction were private. The arrival of a filly foal, the progeny of Hachazo, was reported at the Rose Day Farm, situated near Barrington, HI. A. and G. Mavros are the owners of the recent addition to the thoroughbred ranks. Willard T. Beezley has made arrangements to transfer his stable to River Downs immediately following the conclusion of the Sportsmans Park session. Beezley now has seven horses in training. Trainer Dan Hardy will transfer the horses owned by Max Stone to Washington Park. Stone, a resident of St. Louis, has owned several thoroughbreds seen under colors in the Chicago area during the past several years.

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