Delaware Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1954-06-23


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Delaware Notes DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., June 22. Mrs. Vernon G. Cardys Sun Shower, top-weight of the 0,000 added Georgetown Steeplechase Handicap and Lawrence R. Troianos Curly Joe, a candidate for the ,000 Spring Maiden Steeplechase, arrived from Belmont Park. The money horses of the Gazelle Stakes at New York on Saturday have important engagements in the filly and mare stakes events here. King Ranchs On Your Own, winner of the Aqueduct test, is eligible for the Delaware Oaks on Saturday; Mrs. GeorgeD. Wideners Evening Out is eligible for the New Castle. Maine -Chance Farms Fascinator, third in the Gazelle, also is a nominee for the New Castle. John Forbes has taken over the training of Galvanize, the two-year-old daughter of Nirgal and Boomtown Gal purchased from Larry S. MacPhail by Elwood H. Wilson, warden of Baltimore city jail. Eddie Arcaro, the countrys outstanding jockey, will seek his fourth Delaware Oaks victory astride Walter M. Jeffords Open Sesame on Saturday. The veteran rider won the fixture in 1945 with Gallorette and consecutive runnings in 1940 and 1941 aboard Piquet and Tangled. didate was timed in a handy 1:14 flat , after a half-mile in :48and. Jack Westrope expects to ride in the early races at the local course tomorrow and plane to Monmouth Park, where hell be up on Rokeby Stables V-Two in the Longfellow Handicap. Montpeliers Mighty Mo arrived from Belmont Park and probably will be seen in the overnight steeplechase tests. The Battleship gelding is unplaced in two starts this year. Jockey J. D. Porter concludes a 10-day

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