Fairmount Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-31


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FAIRMOUNT PARK NOTES COLLINSVILLE 111 May 30 30Major Major T C McDowell one of the stewards here announced today that his stable would remain in Kentucky going to Latonia at the conclusion of the Churchill Downs meeting meetingMayor Mayor Frank Doyle of East St Louis one of the staunchest friends of the sport in the country was an early comer and was the center of a group of racing enthusiasts about the Doyle box boxKeen Keen satisfaction was expressed by gen ¬ eralmanager C Bruce Head with the open ¬ ing days success The careful preparations with which Mr Head and his organization has been engrossed for the past month brought splendid results and the immense crowds enjoyment of the days program was evidence of the great interest of all allThere There were a number of departing horses and turfmen that came here to take part in the Collinsville Handicap which featured the opening at Fairmount Park ParkH H G Bedwell accompanied by jockey Eddie Taplin left Saturday night for Chicago His Bulletin and Senator Norris that raced in the Collinsville Handicap were shipped to Chicago Sunday At the same time Edward B McLeans Prince of Wales victor in the Collinsville Handicap was shipped by Louis Tauber to Chicago where he will engage in the stake feature the opening day at Wash ¬ ington Park Tauber accompanied the horse Jockey C Lang returned to Louisville LouisvilleTrainer Trainer Dan Stewart shipped J N Cam dens Noreaster to Chicago where he will join the others in Mr Camdens string to be campaigned on Chicago tracks this year yearJoseph Joseph A Murphy departed for Omaha where he will serve in the stewards stand during the first week of that meeting He will return to Fairmount about June 10 10Col Col Matt J Winn leaves tonight for Chi ¬ cago where he will remain until the opening of the Washington Park track He also plans to be in Cincinnati for the opening of the Latonia track next Saturday June 4 4General General Manager C Bruce Head was ad ¬ vised that eight horses owned by Hal Price Headley would be shipped here Wednesday following the close of the Churchill Downs meeting meetingThe The horses racing for S W Grant in ¬ cluding Fred Jr that is intended to start in the Fairmount Derby next Saturday ar ¬ rived from Louisville Fred Jr seems to be in tip top shape for his engagement and his owner and trainer are sanguine that he will give a good account of himself in the race raceW W H Branton came in with seven includ ¬ ing several owned by the Wild Rose Farm Milo Shields brought in six horses of the Penthorn Stable headed by My Colonel ColonelOther Other stable arrivals were those of J Gedecke and J G Gleason D Froggate came from Churchill Downs DownsStable Stable reservation has been made by C C Van Meter for Rolled Stocking and Per ¬ centage which probably will be shipped Wed ¬ nesday from Louisville Rolled Stocking will start in the Derby Saturday W Pool will accompany Mr Van Meter and ride the entry entryJ J B Campbell the new racing secretary at Fairmount arrived last night from Wood ¬ bine Park Ontario where he served as the racing secretary during the meeting held at that track and which concluded Saturday In addition to his duties as racing secretary Mr Campbell will also serve as a member of the board of stewards with Major T C McDowell and A T Spivey

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