Illinois Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-28


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Illinois Notes ARLINGTON PARK, Arlington Heights, 111., June 27. Jockey Gerald Porch will complete a 15-day suspension and resume riding on Saturday. He has been engaged to handle Tiger Sir for Warren G. Douglass in the Hyde Park Stakes, and Arph Stables Dark Tiny in the Modesty. Paul Ebelhardt, manager of Calumet Farm, came on from Lexington to witness the running of the Warren Wright Memorial. Jockey Jack Westrepe has a busy stakes schedule. He has been engaged to handle Ruth Lily in the Modesty and a starter trained by Duval Headley in the Hyde Park. He will also pilot representatives of the Cherry-Oca Stable in the Pollyanna and Stars and Stripes. Hal Price Headley came on from his Beaumont Farm at Lexington to witness the performance of his Jumbo in the Wright Memorial. Trainer Jim Ryan sent word that he would arrive in time to saddle Mrs. Esther duPont Weirs Royal Governor in the Stars and Stripes. Trainer John L. Oglesby, acting for Mrs. M. R. Hughes of Tulsa, purchased from Jack Kain the filly, Miss Kainwood, who is a full sister to Mrs. Hughes Warsick. Trainer Frank Muth transferred Grecian Star and Coaltown Maid to River Downs. Dan Hardy checked in from Fairmount Park and registered three horses. Charles S. Nahm, of the partnership of Augustus and Nahm, is due from his Louisville home to take in a few days sport. His horses are trained by John Conway. Keith Carter, central representative of the Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau, plans to leave today for Centennial Park, Denver, Colo.

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