Delaware Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-09


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Delaware Notes DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., June S. Joe Serio, Jr., has transferred the plater, Giachino, to Monmouth Park, where he will be taken over by Freddie Cpase and readied I for a campaign during that meeting, which opens, June 16. George Mohr has brought For Rent, a double winner during the Pimlico meeting, and Northman II. from Baltimore to the local track for campaigning. Walter A. Edgars Surprise Girl, whose recent efforts have been unimpressive following her winning form in Maryland, has been sent back to her owners Maryland farm to be freshened. Mrs. Andy Schuttingers Ferd, who was fourth in Saturdays Brandywine Handicap, and Benbow, an also-ran in an earlier race, were returned to Belmont Park. Mike Caff arella, veteran lightweight rider, has turned his engagement book over to former jockey Willie .Nertney. Mike McGee, son of trainer Jimmy McGee, is reported to have received a medical discharge from the Army and is expected here in the near future. Mrs. James Carsons Kinsman, in company, with Shining Peace, was returned to Garden State Park. Kinsman competed unsuccessfully in the Brandywine Handicap on Saturday. » Eddie Barnes was an arrival from Garden State with three horses to be campaigned for H. W. Fincher. The Pimpernel, who won the opening day Christiana Stakes for- William Goadby Loew, was accompanied back to New York by Tea-Maker, Mae West, Khaki and Bolo Punch. Sal J. Faiella, a 23-year-old apprentice rider from Newark, N. J.» has entered the employ of trainer Eddie Yowell. His engagements will be handled by Bill Femia. Four horses belonging to the New Orleans-owned Pelican Stable are now quartered locally, having arrived from Pimlico, where they were last campaigned. O. L. Nyberg, who formerly raced the good stakes winning mare Irisen, reports that she has a colt foaled by Discovery at A. G. Vanderbilts Maryland farm and will be bred back to that Display stallion. Jouett Shouses Cinda, a speedy filly conditioned by Joe Serio, J., and recently second to Miss the Rancocas Stakes, will be idle for the remainder of the year. The Occupy filly has been sent L hack to E-. K. Bryson.s Elray Farm, Kings- ville, Md., and will be fired for ankle trouble. Cedar Farms Hater, who won four consecutive races including the Farrell Handicap prior to suffering injuries in Garden States Valley Forge Handicap, probably will be idle for this entire meeting. He has not been on the track since the mishap. Miss Nosoca, a winner here last week and prior to that successful in the Rancocas Stakes, will again be ridden by Frank Bone in the impending Polly Drummond stakes. Bobbie Strange, who is doing the riding for trainer Richard "Whitey" Nixon, has engaged Ed Silvy to serve as his agent. Tommy Rodrock has sent Moon King to the RappahannockFarm, Va., to be turned out for a freshening period.

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