Delaware Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-21


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Delaware Notes DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., June June 20. A. H. Warners Loridale, three-year-old son of Rustom Sirdar, who came within I one-fifth of a second of a 28-year-old track record in winning at a mile and a sixteenth Thursday on the Belmont Park program, is expected here for the Kent Stakes on Saturday, June 23. Jim Arthurs Red Poppy arrived here from farm quarters and will be placed back in training. In or Else, claimed from his last race for ,500 after coming back dead lame, has been sent to the farm. The new owner is Robert Hunter. Headed by Carolina Miss, trainer E. H. "Ned" Gaines this morning supervised the shipment of four thoroughbreds to Cary Boshamers Clover S. C, farm. The others in the shipment were Carolina Maid, Sin-kiang and Tarquian, a trio of juveniles. Hal Price Headleys Papoose, winner of Wednesdays Polly Drummond Stakes, was returned to Belmont Park quarters. It is reported that the same stable will send Aegina here for the 0,000 added New Castle Handicap on Saturday, June 30. Edward M. OBriens Isograde, accompanied by two other members of trainer H. W. "Rube" Williams string, have been returned to New York to resume their campaigns. Brae Burn Farms Star-Enfin, who met defeat for the first time in the Polly Drummond, has been returned to Belmont Park, accompanied by Definitely. Owner - trainjer Don Yates has purchased the two-year-old, Heather, from the Brandy wine Stable at private terms. Heather is a daughter of Lochinvar and has raced but four times. Jockey Johnny Breen, who has been inactive since breaking his arm in Maryland in late March, will make a trip to New York next Tuesday to confer with Dr. Alexander Kaye. Breens arm has been slow to knit and numerous calcium injections have failed to help him. Joe Kelly, secretary-treasurer of the Horsemens Benevolent and Protective Association, has returned from Waterford Park, where he conferred with Al J. Boyle relative to stable conditions. Owner-trainer C. L. Dupuy this morning acquired the five-year-old Pallaso, from Anthony Bonuomo at private trems. Pallaso is a five-year-old son of Contradiction. Trainer W. G. Jones has received Winter Wheat, Courtney and Macanudo over the week-end to occupy local quarters. They were sent from the farm in Charlottesville, Va. Bernie Bond, who last week sent a large division of his stable to Monmouth Park, departed with Country Boy II., Sherry, Fixed Star and Tarport Kid this morning. This shipment was accompanied by G. M. Cohens Jess Linthicum, who is trained by Frank A. Bonsai. Trainer E. E. Russells consignment to Monmouth, included Muscat, Wentworth, Super-Salesman and Cherry Path. Others conditioned by Russell are already quartered at the North Jersey course. Joe Kramer, who had the local division of the Brookmeade Stable under his care, left here for Monmouth with seven head. The five horses remaining here will be handled by Charley Forrest. Mrs. John D. Hertz Risque Ma, unplaced in the Polly Drummond Stakes, and Llangollen Farms Wisteria, unsuccessful in the Oaks, have been returned to Belmont by trainer Charley Whittingham. Wililam Ziegler, Jr.s, Irritate, winner over Grey Matter in his most recent appearance, and a potential Kent starter, arrived from Belmont Park, while Leading Home, a member of the same string, left here for that course. A. G. Vanderbilts Sweet Talk, unplaced in the Delaware Oaks, has been sent to her owners Maryland farm for a period of freshening. Sweet Talk had her most impressive performance nullified when she was disqualified from first money in last winters Santa Susana Stakes at Santa Anita. Woodford Sir, a member of the D. G. Neuman Stable, has been sent to the farm for a period of freshening. Foxcatcher Farms Rose Fern, following her poor effort in the Delaware Oaks, was returned to New York, accompanied by Goldjintown. Greentree Stables Ruddy left for the same point, accompanied by Emerald. Jimmy Mills, former rider who now serves as a valet for Nick Shuk and other jockeys, was rushed to the Delaware hospital over the week-end suffering from gall stones.

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