New Jersey Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1955-06-09


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I New Jersey Notes MONMOUTH PARK, Oceanport, N. J., June 8. Trainer Sid Jacobs and Dr. Leon Levy left for Lexington, Ky., where they .vill inspect the latters yearlings. They are expected back at Monmouth Park on Thursday and will be on hand for Saturdays opening. Tommy Masters At Forty, a six-year-old veteran performer who scored on opening day at Monmouth Park last year, is back in training and is expected to be seen in action during the forthcoming session. A. contingent of four Leslie Jane Stable colorbearers are among the latest arrivals. Trainer H. Golden bedded down the quartet. Jockey Charlie OBrien, here from New York, is huddling with agent Gene Fisher concerning future riding engagements. Cooper Phelps, agent for jockey Kenneth Church is here lining up riding engagements for his Canadian-born booter, following a quick visit with his family in Akron, Ohio. Brookfield Farms I Appeal is expected to be shipped here from Delaware Park for Saturdays renewal of the Oceanport Handicap. Bennie Sorensen, the Danish tumbler turned jockey, will do considerable riding at Monmouth for Frank I. Wright;

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