Delaware Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-10


view raw text

* ? Delaware Notes - DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., June 9. Montpeliers Pintor, who raced Jampol to a narrow decision in the Preakness Prep and more recently was an also-ran in the Peter Pan, headed a trio of racers sent here by Dion K. Kerr, Jr. The others were Broken Lens, a Belmont winner last Saturday and Fleet Argo. Some Speed, who has raced in this area for E. C. Eastwood, was shipped this morning to Cleveland, Ohio. The plater will be campaigned at Ascot Park. Former jockey Harold Segraves, on leave from the Army, was seen on the training track this morning galloping the charges of trainer George Zateslo. Segraves is stationed at Camp McCoy, Wis. Arrivals from New York included apprentice Ray Tingley and agent Tony Pedone. Tingley.a double bug rider, will handle the majority of the horses saddled locally by trainer Horatio A. Luro. Bobanet Stables Be Lovely and Mrs. J. Y. Christmas Rough Candy have been transferred to the farms of their respective owners for freshening. Brookmeade Stables Trust, a two-year-old without local stakes engagements, was an arrival from Belmont Park to join the division under Joe Kramer. Horatio A. Luro, who has a division of horses in training here, received 11 more horses from Belmont Park. Wily Willie, who has raced in New Jersey for Mrs. J. W. Camac, has been sold at private terms and has been shipped to New York. Sammy Boulmetis will return to the saddle on Tuesday at Delaware Park, according to agent Freddie "Schnozz" Krieger. Boulmetis, who hails from Baltimore, drew a 10-day suspension at Garden State Park. Rocco Sisto will be an absentee from here next Wednesday, having agreed to handle Hampton Stables Alerted in the Massachusetts Handicap in New England. Sisto won both the Dixie and T. J. Healey Handicaps this spring with the Hampton star. June Time, who competed here earlier in the meeting, has been returned to Belmont Park. Killians Farms Jenkintown, a beaten favorite in Fridays first race, has been returned to Aqueduct, by trainer H, W. Williams. "Lillian Clarke, the property of Alan T. Clarke, arrived from farm quarters and has been placed back in training. Phil Leydecker, who -campaigns a modest string on this circuit, this morning received the veteran plater Bill Ross from Belmont Park. J. Gil Haus and Allan Lavin are distributing stake nomination blanks for the Randall Park meeting, which runs from July 25 to September 13, inclusive. There are seven stakes to be renewed during that meeting, the richest being the -closing day Buckeye Handicap, a 0,000 added affair for three-year-olds and upward over the mile and a sixteenth distance.

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1952061001_37_3
Library of Congress Record: