New England Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1955-06-06


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[ New England Notes NARRAGANSETT PARK, Pawtucket, R. X, June 4. Al Donofrio, Leading trainer at Gansetts fall meeting, returns with 13 for the coming session. . Judge James E. Dooley, president of Narragansett Park, announces that every Tuesday at the meeting opening Monday vill be designated as "Ladies Day." Members of the feminine sex. will be admitted free to the track and will be given an opportunity to share in some 50 prizes which will be awarded. The 15-horse string handled by Lila Phillips was checked in this morning from Garden State Park. The woman trainer, currently serving as judge at the Devon, Pa., horse show, will arrive on Sunday to take care of the horses. Max Kahlbaum, who will campaign six head at the session, reports that his star, Jampol, favorite of Gansett fans in past year, has been, turned out at Dr. Merediths farm in Kingsville, Md. He will be picked up next fall and returned to the races; Larry Adams, the apprentice rider who made -his first appearance at Gansett last year, will return from Garden State to ride at the meeting. Adams is under contract to Bill Rodgers and will do some riding for Jack Goodwin, who has 17 horses here. Arthur Bronson arid E. R. Rey were among the many trainers bringing in horses this morning from New Jersey. Bronson registered Sealot, O. G. Whiz and O. G. Whiskers, while Rey bedded down Weal or Woe, Cross View, Linkythorn and Blue Fog. Lady Balladier, three-year-old filly who won the Miss Maryland Stakes, led the contingent arriving from Garden State under the handling of trainer H. E. Ellism. Others in the shipment were Alpine Prince; Love a Chance, Counterpart, Morgan R. and Dois Celette.

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