Jamaica Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-11


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T JAMAICA TURF NOTES f fv- $ JAMAICA. N. Y.. May 10. Jockey George Fields made his first appearance in the saddle Monday since he suffered a broken collar bone during the final day of the winter meeting at Tijuana. Melds had the mount on Princess Tina in the Rose-dale Stakes. In addition to the congratulations extended to James Rowe, Jr., yesterday on account of the victory of Bostonian in the Preakness, there was good news of the arrival of another James Rowe at Washington, D. C. The youngster weighed ten and one-half pounds. There were many congratulations yesterday for "Whitey" Abel, and when the first rider of the Whitney Stable made his appearance in colors in the fifth race he was given a rousing welcome of cheers and handclasps from every part of the lawn and stands. The colors of Meadow Farm Stable were seen yesterday for the first time in the fifth race. Joseph F. Ridder, one of the owners of the Journal of Commerce, the Staats Zeitung and other newspapers and a recent recruit to racing, is the owner of the establishment. F. H Murphy claimed Morgold out of the first race for ,500. Marie Blanche will run today in the name of Mrs. H. Dattner. who has purchased her from E. McGee. The price was not disclosed.

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