Lincoln Fields Notebook: Trotsek Sends Trio to Delaware; Jensen, Headley Units Coming In; Porch Will Return at Washington, Daily Racing Form, 1953-06-13


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Lincoln Fields Notebook NotebookI I By J J MURPHY Trotsek Sends Trio to Delaware Jensen Headley Units Coming In Porch Will Return at Washington WashingtonHAWTHORNE HAWTHORNE Cicero HI June 12 The Chicago racing population will soon be thinned through the departure of three stakes runners to Dela ¬ ware Park as trainer Harry Trotsek has de ¬ cided to send Louis B Mayers fleet filly Princess L y g i a the Hasty House stables Platan and Brownell Combs Bella Figura to that course Some of the Delaware added money races seem to fit the trio better than this sector Trotsek will become a travel ¬ ing trainer as he proposes to commute be ¬ tween Chicago and the Delaware course and will be on hand to saddle each one of the three when they start However the Arlington Park racing ranks will be re ¬ plenished by the arrival of a number of racers from the East including 25 in charge of Kay Jensen the Scandanavian conditioner Jensen has some good runners in his care Aside from the shipment to arrive Saturday he has another carload due here June 9 Arriving June 18 will be a number of horses the property of Hal Price Headley of Beaumont Farm Ky The Headley silks in the past have been promi ¬ nent in Chicago racing circles especially in filly races His Lithe was twice winner of the Arlington Matron Askemenow won the Matron and the American Derby Al cibiades was one of the best fillies ever bred in the United States while Letmenow Aesthete and others were of stakes caliber caliberWilliam William McCormack president of the Lincoln Fields Racing Association is an arrival Jockeys agent Eddie Rice ar ¬ rived from his home in Miami He re ports that Gerald Porch who has been recuperating at his place will not return to the saddle before the Washington Park meeting Trainer Lr ry Thompson returned from New York where he pur ¬ chased the useful handicap runner Dart By for the interests of Mrs R L Reine man Dart By has been racing for Brook ¬ meade Owner Everett Madison was in infrom from Momence to see his horses win a couple of races Thursday John Howe of Bridegport Conn local counselor for the General Electric Supply Co attended the races Thursday as guest of Cal Smith district manager of the firm William Ayers purchasing agent of the Hot Point Co visiting with Pat Kelly the old Jockeys Guild man Cleve lander and Bullish a couple of oldsters who were quite prominent in stakes circles here a few years ago recently finished first and thirdrespectively in a cheap claiming race raceLou Lou Eilken the California man who will serve as assistant handicapper at Arlington Park passed through the city en route to Pontiac Mich to pick up a new car He will report for duty this weekend En Fleur champion of the Sportsmans Park meeting where she won four straight fea ¬ ture races will be en route to Centennial at Denver following the current session The fouryearold filly will be accompanied on her trip west by Brookhaven who was a 17200 yearling purchase Seventh Sun a useful handicap runner and Bonnie Hill They are trained by Lyo Lee James Bracken who has been Johnny Adams agent for several seasons has also taken over the book of apprentice John Ralph Adams Johnnys son Smoke Screen who ran a very creditable race in his first start here will be piloted by Steve Brooks in the Lincoln Handicap closingday feature Ken Church will have the mount on Baybrook double handicap winner at this meeting in the same race Larry Bogenschutz is distributing stall application blanks for the annual winter meeting at New Orleans Fair Grounds GroundsMarket Market Tip and Ida C owned by Mrs T M Pruett returned from Fairmount Park William Hal Bishop sold Grand Sunbeam to Mrs Carl Blair Arlington Park will hold their annual press party at the Blackstone Hotel Chicago next Thursday evening Wingy Quinlan will make his yearly fishing trip into the wilds of Wisconsin this weekend and already has orders for four dozen trout Owner Joe Maumus was an arrival from New Orleans Jockeys agent Walter Haljean has been released from a Milwaukee Hospital following a minor minorContinued Continued on Page FortyHint Lincoln Fields Notebook NotebookBy By J J MURPHY Continued from Page Five Fiveoperation operation He has taken over the book bookof of jockey Sherman Armstrong Mickey MickeyTenney Tenney the Arizona trainer who raced the Rex Ellsworth horses in the Chicago area during the past two summers is doing right well with his charges at Hollywood Park John Burton who was an apprentice here last year is doing most of the riding The Ellsworth stable is breaking in a new apprentice named George Parra at Caliente Paul Serdar and William Miller of the Illinois Racing Board were at the track Thursday having returned from Boston 1 where they attended the commissioners convention Former trainer Al Baux and Mrs T T Woods wife of trainer T T Woods recently passed away on the West Coast With that crew haircut jockeys agent Harry Howard looks just like old Joe College himself Sky Maid has been trans ¬ ferred from the Flying M Stable to Martha Milani Have word from George Van Hagen of the Midwest Hunts Racing Asso ¬ ciation that the Arlington Park Hurdle Stakes will be held June 26 Harry Landy one of the genial parking crew at the Ar ¬ lington Washington Parks meetings is employed in the mutuel plant here Slats Leopold is also in the mutuel crew rtd appears to be growing a new head of hair Please pass the recipe Slats

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