Sportsmans Park: Bishop to Send Bernburgoo After Handicap; Jockey Gilbert Hernandez Injured in Fall; Better Bee Training for Balmorals Clang, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-09


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Sportsmans Park I By J J Murphy J JBishop Bishop to Send Bernburgoo After Handicap Jockey Gilbert Hernandez Injured in Fall Better Bee Training for Balmorals Clang ClangSPORTSMANS SPORTSMANS PARK Cicero 111 May 8 The National Jockey Club will wind up a successful meet ¬ ing here Saturday when the Sportsmans Park Hand ¬ icap for a 15000 purse will be featured The distance will be 116 miles and among those expected to start is Bernburgoo who in his most recent effort took the Spring Turf Handicap at Laurel Bernburgoo who races for William Hal Bishop was seventh on the list of money winning horses at Laurel while a stablemate Pemberton finished in sixth place Their earnings enabled Bishop to top the list of moneywmnmg owners at the Maryland session his runners taking down over 80000 in purse money Bishop is having a big year Had a very successful meeting at the Fair Grounds New Orleans Clarence Meaux second in the national jockey standings will ride Bernburgoo BernburgooAnother Another jockey was injured here this morning when Gilbert Hernandez 27yearold rider from Fabens Texas was tossed from a thoroughbred during the training period It was feared that he had suffered a fractured collarbone and he was taken to St Anthonys Hospital Chicago for Xrays Another jockey to meet with an accident today is Jesse De Hoyos who was thrown from one of his charges but escaped with withminor minor bruises Returning to action at the Balmoral Balmoralmeeting meeting after having been laid up several months with a broken arm will be apprentice Richard L Barnett of Pilcher Okla Barnett an 18yearold is under contract to Fred W Hooper whose horses are expected to soon arrive at Washington Pork in charge of trainer Chuck Parke Former jockey Kenneth Scawthorn who will be a member of the official family at Bal ¬ moral got in from Florida FloridaDixiana Dixiana String at Washington WashingtonArriving Arriving at Washington Park recently were 15 run ¬ ners most of them owned by Dixiana They came in charge of the veteran trainer Jack Hodgins from Ken tucky Phil Johnson who annually conditions a good string tor Chicago racing got in from Florida with 15 head Trainer Norman McMaster brought 10 from Lexington to race in the interests of Texas turfman Ralph Lowe Trainer Del Carroll will handle one of the largest strings on the grounds Among his latest patrons are Mrs Elizabeth Muckler and Charles Wacker HLf each of whom have several runners Star of the Carroll outfit are Bill Millers two stakes runners Better Bee and Rellim S W WEddie Eddie McCann who is visiting midwestern tracks in the interest of Waterford Downs where the first of two 1958 sessions gets under way June 4 arrived here Wednesday and contacted a number of owners this morning J Homer Sonny Ellis will double in brass during the Audubon Park meeting at Hender ¬ son Ky He will function as announcer and stall man Eugene Duhon plans on shipping the 10 horses in his care to Randall Park Master Red an old Sportsmans Park favorite has been sent to a farm near Roselle HI to be turned out Trainer K D Kepler has sent Haveness to St Louis for the same purpose Mrs Gomer Evans is sending Fighting Bill to Tulsa and E Gallady is shipping Laurel King to Omaha R T Watts Jr has accompanied his father Dick Watts to Washington Park Freeman Waldron is sending his runners to ThistleDown Happy Union winner of four races at Oaklawn Park will be campaigned at Omaha OmahaSeveral Several Jockeys Leaving Saturday William Millers good fouryearold Better Bee is training nicely at Washington Park His first engage ¬ ment may be in the 7furlong Clang Handicap Another working well at Washington is the threeyear old Leather Button who got the Arlington Park Hand ¬ icap last year when Alhambra was disqualified Following the Sportsmans Park meeting jockeys Willie Collier and Jerold Casey will depart for Omaha jockey Howard Craig will go to Detroit and jockey Anthony Ferraiuolo will visit his home in New Orleans prior to toreporting reporting to Detroit Placing judge Ray Hopton will willleave leave for Detroit Sunday He will be employed as an official on Michigan tracks all during the summer Claude BourlandJr is planning on sending 14 horses to Detroit next week and jockey Jess De Hoyos who is affiliated with the stable will go along Also headed for the Motor City will be 20 racers owned by Grace Kosiba who is a Detroit resident Roy T McDon ¬ nell has announced he will send half a dozen runners to Omaha Also to be transferred to Omaha is the thetwoyearold twoyearold Nebraskabred Black Powder who re ¬ cently equaled a halfmile track record here The colt will accompany four others owned by Omer Hall of Omaha Black Powders fourfurlong mark was wasshattered shattered Wednesdayxby Flight Request a Fly Away twoyearold who was running for a 8500 claiming

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