Aurora Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1928-05-22


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v T~ AURORA TURF NOTES I $ ® AURORA, 111., May 21. Jockey C. Landolt, under contract to W. R. Padgett, returned here from Churchill Downs, where he went to ride Bonivan in the Derby, and was back in the saddle today. Apprentice jockey E. Johnson, having left his contract employer, Louis Weiss, owner of the Dearborn Stable, a notice was posted in the secretarys office at Exposition Park warning horsemen and trainers not to harbor or employ Johnson under penalty of the rules. I... O. Eedwell reached Exposition Tark wi*h a fleet of four large horse vans, his property, and will engage in the vanning business during the season around the Chicago tracks. Jockey C. Ellen, who went to Louisville to ride Jack Higgins in the Kentucky Derby on Saturday last, returned to Exposition Park today. Jockey Allen contracted a bad cold while at Louisville and accepted no mouns here today. J. C. Gillem arrived and was given a trainers license by the stewards, and will take over the racing and care of his own horses at Exposition Park. Gillems horses have been trained and looked after here to date by S. T. Baxter, whom Gillem now relieves. Trainer Bob Steele, acting for owner H. P. Gardner, sold the two-year-old Bunn Ouder-kirk to S. McNeill at private sale. The Sanola Stock Farm S*able of T. J. Druggan, in care of trainer T. J. Shannon, has been transferred to Arlington Park from Exposition Park. Jockey B. Ray returned to Exposition Park today from Louisville and got in in time to ride horses belonging to J. C. Ellis. The Jones Stock Farm Stables two-year-old Whip Cracker, was excused from starting in the third race today, the gelding having shown lameness after a work.

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