New England Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-21


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New England Notes SUFFOLK DOWNS, East Boston, Mass. 20. Acting for the Jamie Lynn Stable, trainer Tommy Queenr Jr., purchased the juvenile Lady Michael this morning. Bob Cramer, trainer of a public stable; acted for the fillys owner, Jake Freedman. Terms of the transaction were private. Glenn Felkner, acting for J. M. Brinn, this- morning disposed of Ireign to- Woody Sedlacek at private terms. Joe Cunningham reports, that the 1,114 stalls in the Suffolk Downs stable area are completely filled. J. H. Carrs Swadelle hasbeen returned to training for his conditioner* Jack Carrara. J. L. Shumakers Clays Choice was injured in his last outing and will be taken out of training for some time. Hirsch Jacobs has shipped St. George and Hello Willie from Belmont Park to the Downs where they will be handled by trainer B. Fields. - 4 Three top flight campaigners which raced at the Downs last Saturday were all sired at the farm of Mrs. J. M. Branham from the mare Night Shadow. Shadows Imp and Shadows Start raced under the colors of Mrs. Branham while the third Night Shadow offspring, Whirling Bat carried the colors of Tommy May. Apprentice Marshall Wilder becomes a full-fledged jockey starting today. Apprentice John Smith has joined the I. J. White outfit. The latter purchased his contract from, trainer Eddie Anspach.

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