Illinois Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-22


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; — I I Illinois Notes WASHINGTON PARK, Homewood, HI., May 21. Trainer T. A. Janicki transferred his seven-horse contingent to Collinsville, HI. The Janicki charges will be seen in action during the entire Fairmount Park meeting. Bestover, Lill L. and Royal Chance, owned by the Nebraska sportsman, Marion H. VanBerg, departed for Ak-Sar-Ben. Within the next week parts of the extensive VanBerg stable will be campaigned on three different circuits. VanBerg previously shipped 10 horses to Detroit, whereas the remainder of the unit will remain in Chicago. Jack Goode, C. J. Gormley, Jr., and Ray Hoertz checked in from Churchill Downs and joined the local official colony. Goode and. Gormley will serve in the stewards stand. Hoertz again will assume his regular position as placing-judge. William Hanka and Joe . Boucher were the •moSfcsrecent additions to the ever-increasing riders colony. Hanka has given first call on his services during the Lincoln Fields session to trainer Milt Rieser. Boucher will ride free lance. Jockey R. L. Baird returned following a brief journey to Churchill Downs. Baird was astride three winners on Saturdays program at the Derby course. In a private transaction. H. E. Nevins sold Potentate TJ. to J. W. Snider. Joe Bilbrey will condition the Snider acquisition forfuture engagements. Jake Lowenstein checked in from Churchill Downs and registered 16 horses with racing secretary Lawrence C. Bogen-schutz. The Lowenstein unit is headed by Mrs. Lpwensteins Trixie and Mrs. Charles Jones Lady Libby. The remainder of the publicly-owned Milton Rieser stable came in from Churchill Downs. Rieser previously shipped eight horses from the Derby track; which were joined over the week-end by 12 others. The Rieser contingent is " headed by Reighs Comet, Harry D., Refun, and Romanda. . W. C. Gillen departed with his two thoroughbreds for Fairmount Park. The Gillen racers previously were trained by John F. Beck. t Recent arrivals from Churchill Downs included the units of trainers Lee Niles, Jack Hanover, Dwight Denham, and C. C. Norman. Denhani presently has several horses owned by John A. Stelle, former governor of Illinois. Trainer Milton Resseguet announced the transfer of Direct Mail to Fairmount Park. The colt is owned by John T. Withers, TH., and upon arrival at the Collinsville course will be conditioned by H. H. Faussett. Trainer Rex Aubry sent the thoroughbreds Santa Fe and Ichabod to Fairmount Park. Sante Fe will be nominated for the. Decoration Day Handicapa t the Collinsville course. Trainer Harry Trotsek, who missed" his plane for New York Saturday, returned from Louisville, where he saddled two winners on the concluding days program at Churchill Downs. Trotsek was to have traveled to Belmont Park Saturday to saddle Oil Capitol in the Metropolitan Handicap. During his absence Oil Capitol was saddled by E. Barry Ryan. Oil Capitol will remain in New York for the Suburban Handicap.

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