Arlington to Attract Stables From 33 States, Washington, D. C., and Canada: Heavy Requests for Stalls From New York, New Jersey And California Received, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-04


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Arlington to Attract Stables From 33 States, Washington, D. C, and Canada Heavy Requests for Stalls 1 From New York, New Jersey And California Received Horsemen from 33 states, Washington, D. C, and Canada assure Chicagoland its best-balanced thoroughbred v racing in history when Arlington Park opens the 1952 coordinated Arlington-Washington meeting June 16. An unprecedented demand for stalls during the 36-day Arlington session and the 31 -day campaign at Washington Park was reported by track officials yesterday, with heavy requests from the strong New York-New Jersey circuit and from leading stables in California. Already on the grounds with 21 thoroughbreds, including the Kentucky Derby winner, Hill Gail, and the nations leading three-year-old filly, Real Delight, is the top money-winning stable, Calumet Faim. A strong challenge however, is expected from Mrs. Dodge Sloanes Brookmeade Stable, which has asked for 14 stalls: Mrs. Elizabeth N. Grahams Maine Chance Farm, and Greentree Stable,. * The major influx of top stables and horses, however, gets under way next week. Scheduled for arrival are trainer George Mayberry with Andrew Crevolins string, which will include Be Fleet and Valquest; the public stables of Charles Sanborn and Howard Wells, the latter training for R. W. McHvains Walmac Farm and others; trainer Ivan Parke with F. W. Hoopers star three-year-old import, Olympic, and others, and Jack Hodgins with Dixianas Sub Fleet, which will join 18 runners already stabled at Arlington. Also on the arrival docket are Hal Price Headley, Brown Hotel, trainer M. A. Ten-ney with Rex Ellsworths outfit; J. W. Burton with Freeman Keyes Reverie Knoll, ► thoroughbreds, and trainer Willie Crumpts public stable. Pointing for the Arlington-Washington season are Clifford Mooers, with 25 runners; A. E. Reubens Hasty House Farm, Jake Lowenstein, W. H. Bishop, Emerald Hill Stable, Sam E. Wilson, Jr., Emil Dene-mark,, and trainer Dave Hum with Irving Florsheims Red Top Farm. Also due for arrival soon is Palatine Stable, with Wood-chuck and XJhicle n. The response by horsemen from coast to coast to the Arlington-Washington policy of "bigger purses for better horses" also is manifested in the list of newcomers to Chicagos racing scene. Edward M. Goe-mans of Milwaukee already has a potentially strong string training at Arlington, as has the partnership of Allison and Prest-ridge, owners of the stakes winners Mar-cador and Dark Count. Both shipped in from California. The Washington, D. C, representative will be George A. Garrett, former ambassador to Ireland, while Canada will be represented, by W. R. Beasley of Toronto, who j will concentrate primarily on the rich Arlington-Washington two-year-old stakes this season. ✓

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