Aurora Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-18


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— ■ ■w " AURORA TURF NOTES" t, i AURORA. 111.. April 16. The new sixty stall barn, which the Aurora management found it necessary to construct, in order to help out with the quartering and caring for of the overwhelming number of arrivals of stables for campaigning during the approaching thirty day meeting, is rapidly nearing completion, and will be ready for occupation on or about Wednesday. Its ample quarters will take care of the stragglers and last stage arrivals from various points. W. E. Morrow advised officials here that his consignment of seven head of racers had been shipped from Toronto. Ont.. to Exposition Park, probably arriving next Wednesday. One of the Morrow string is th.- former J. K. L. Ross Stables ace. Flag of Truce, and the latter will likely be seen in action here soon. F. J. Boyle, after having campaigned his five thoroughbreds at the recent Bowie meeting, has billed his stock for Aurora and will be among the arrivals early in the week. From Bowie also comes word to the management here that the W. S. Kilmer stable have already consigned eighteen head of their racers, to the scene of the opening of Chicagos 1927 racing season, and the Kilmer horses are scheduled to arrive Wednesday. Owner T. Shaw was an arrival, having shipped his stable of four BNM from Ja-, nuiica.

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