Latest Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-07


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j Latest Notes of the Turf By Special Wires From All Tracks i LATONIA Ky June 6 6W W R Sallee who has been resting up his horses at Jefferson Park New Orleans since the closing of the meeting at that fack arrived Saturday morning with his stable which includes Duckweed Corpo ¬ sant Thrace and Saragasso SaragassoC C G and G S Piett real estate dealers of Louisville have purchased on private terms from John Holmes the good plater Lancer and have turned him over to J M Goode to train trainE E F Prichard is a recent arrival from Lexington with his stable stableC C B Dai ley whose colors were carried to victory in the 1926 Kentucky Oaks by Deeming has only three horses in training at present These are the twoyearolda Dontados Dentess and Dreamess DreamessThe The twoyearold Pellegrino is the only horse that J A Gaines has for racing He and the youngster arrived from Lexington this morning morningColonel Colonel M J Winn was immensely pleased with the opening and unhesitatingly declared that the current meeting will prove one of the best in the annals of the track A sur ¬ vey of the stables on the grounds and appli ¬ cations of those yet to arrive and the wide ¬ spread interest so well demonstrated this afternoon augurs well for the meeting Colonel Winn said saidWith With the usual quota of formidable stables prepared to participate in the meeting a resoiled and a much improved track and numerous other improvements fashioned to assist in making for the best possible rac ¬ ing the sport will measure up if not excel that of recent spring meetings As Colonel Winn said the opening afternoons patronage well attested to the increasing popularity of racing in these sections and there is strong reason for the belief that the season will return remarkable figures in every respect respectTrainers Trainers licenses were given C P Smith C H Smith J A Lewis F Anderson and P Dolan at a meeting of the license com ¬ mittee Saturday morning morningThe The good horses Rosebec and Nairbec be ¬ longing to Edward Cebrian have been taken up by trainer Geo Brooks and added to the Cebrian string stringE E C Anthony arrived with the horses Cyclops Emissary King Colin and A B Bensinger the property of H Massey Jockey A Anderson came along and will do the riding for the stable stableH H R Patterson has been appointed trainer of the stable that Geo V Barnes has been handling handlingThe The Dayton Ohio turfman Geo S Ball has the horses Rock and Rye and Dinwiddie here in charge of trainer F B Anderson AndersonGeo Geo Wolf brought Mrs H B Kessins Max Brick from Aurora and J E Lewis came from the same track with the three yearold Kathe KatheJockey Jockey Mack Garner who had been en ¬ gaged to ride in all of the opening after ¬ noons numbers was forced to cancel his mounts as the result of pains in his left side attributed to injuries received in his fallfrom Candy Queen at Churchill Downs a week ago agoWilliam William Buford who saddled J H Man heimers Aleader in the Debutante Stakes last Saturday at Homewood returned to La ¬ tonia today and resumed charge of the Para ¬ dise Stock Farm Stable of J P Headley Buford who had been training Aleader turned her over to another trainer and she will remain at Washington Park to finish out the meeting HOMEWOOD 111 June 6 Horsemen are reminded that the valuable stakes to be run at Lincoln Fields close Wednesday June 8 8B B B Williams was a visitor at Washing ¬ ton Park Monday His fourteen horses were shipped to Lincoln Fields FieldsC C A Womeldorff arrived at Lincoln Fields from Akron Ohio with the horses owned by C A BernhardL BernhardLThe The apprentice W Stamper loses his five pounds allowance Wednesday WednesdayW W Crowell accepted his first mount of the meeting on Hawk Eye in the sixth race raceStarter Starter Harry Morrissey has asked per ¬ mission of the Lincoln Fields management to school horses at the Lincoln Fields course In the event the request is granted Morris ¬ sey will send one of his assistants there to school horses every morning morningOrestes Orestes II African Daisy and All Baba were added to the schooling list because of fractious actions at the barrier Saturday SaturdayW W J Dailey arrived from Maryland with his horses He stabled them at Lincoln Fields FieldsCaibirac Caibirac and Hall purchased Abstract from the Pueblo Stable at private sale TORONTO Ont June 6 6J J T Kermath has arranged to ship Devon ¬ shire and Bucephalus from here to Belmont Park The latter came out of his last race a cripple Devonshire is being prepared for stoeplechasing and Kermath will start school ¬ ing him on his return to New York YorkJoe Joe Catterinich stopped over for the after ¬ noons sport He is on his way to Montreal from Chicago Catterinich is authority for the statement that the deal which involves the Niagara Falls track has not as yet been consummated consummatedTrainer Trainer G C Brenton was taken ill Satur ¬ day morning suffering from a cold This accounted for him withdrawing his horse Penstick from the Mackenzie Memorial Handicap HandicapGene Gene Bury secretary of the Connaught Park Jockey Club will receive entries at Thorncliffe Park on Monday for the opening days races at Connaught Park ParkThe The Seagram Stable is sending fifteen horses from here to Connaught Park to par ¬ ticipate in the racing there Ever More has been added to all of the Canadian stakes which have been reopened by the Montreal and Hamilton Jockey Clubs ClubsW W M Keely has been appointed custodian of the jockeys room at the Long Branch Devonshire and Kenilworth tracks tracksRobert Robert Curran who handles the horses of W J Owens and C Bild announced that he would ship these divisions to Long Branch Following that meeting the stable will en ¬ train for Hamilton Curran had several sick horses on his hands for the past two weeks but they are recovering rapidly now and will be seen in action shortly shortlyThe The horses of E F Whitney were shipped to Hamilton to rest up until the opening They were dispatched to the Mountain City course on Saturday and they will be looked fter by Joe Murray in the absence of trainer W Irvine who leaves for New York tonight Irvine contemplates making new additions to the stable Jockey James Butwell con ¬ tract rider for Mr Whitney will remain to ride at Long Branch BranchLeatherwood Leatherwood changed hands following the running of the third race Saturday when J W Bean deposited a claim for 3000 Leath ¬ erwood will be shipped to Ottawa with the J P Smith consignment and will be handled by the latter horseman horsemanRacing Racing secretary Joseph McLennan de ¬ parted for New York on Saturday night to close the stakes for Lincoln Fields and fol ¬ lowing his mission there he will depart for Washington Park to take up his duties In the absence of placing judge Joseph McLen ¬ nan John Turner who will act as racing secretary at the forthcoming meeting at Blue Bonnets fulfilled the latters position in the judges pagoda pagodaJohn John J McCafferty arrived at Long Branch with four horses that he claimed at the recent meeting at Aurora namely Dex ¬ trose Despite Belascoain and the Cubanbred Huvenile Sucrose Further additions to the McCafferty stable will be forthcoming in a few days from Belmont Park ParkEnsign Ensign was jumped on during the running of the sixth race and received several ugly cuts about the legs COLLINSVILEE 111 June 6 6F F C Tavis was among the nevvconinrs with Chocolate Soldier Mons Meg and Cuban Flag FlagMaj Maj Nicholas Ridgely arrived with six horses and John Dale brought in Wood Cricket CricketAlmadel Almadel was badly cut down in his race and will be but of training for several weeks trainer Johnny Daniels reports The injury is to a hind leg legRacing Racing secretary J B Campbell divided the twentyone entries in the third race the original sixth event not filling fillingProgram Program books for the remainder of the meeting will be distributed to horsemen to ¬ morrow morrowCandy Candy Queen has entirely recovered from her illness trainer George Walker announced this morning Her illness probably has pre ¬ vented her starting in the Illinois Oaks however howeverBen Ben McLain who has a contract on the young apprentice T Root arrived at Fair mount Park this morning Jockey Root will come tonight from Washington Park where he rode two winners Saturday SaturdayVal Val Campbell the wellknown southern Illi ¬ nois breeder of thoroughbreds arrived at Fairmount Park Monday with five horses Mr Campbell came from Tulsa Okla where he has been quite successful at the meeting there

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