Jefferson Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-01-15


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I JEFFERSON PARK NOTES f : . 1 G. M. Burton, owner of Sister Ruby and native of Louisville, died suddenly of a heart attack here Monday night. He expired in his quarters in a private barn outside the Jefferson Park track and the body was removed to the morgue pending advices from relatives. O. Rader, owner of Clownish and other horses racing here, was called to Circleville, Ohio, where his brother, Earl, is dangerously ill. Austin McLaughlin, paddock judge at the Fair Grounds, came in Monday from New York and visited Jefferson Park Tuesday. Tom Flippen, who has been indisposed for the past week with a heavy cold, was reported much improved today. Marian Allen is looking after his horses. John T. Ireland, steward, has arranged to remain here for the entire meeting, following which he will make a fast hop to Miami, where he will take his place in the stand at Hialeah Park January 25. George Swain, one of racing secretary Joseph McLennans assistants, distributed copies of the first Fair Grounds condition books at Jefferson Park Monday. T. H. Crist will ship the four Tiorses he has here for L. H. Drennan, to the latters farm which is located at Monkstown, Maryland. The shipment will be made by freight. Eddie Seremba left last night for Havana, where he will assume charge of the six horses his brother Frank Seremba, shipped from here to Oriental Park several weeks ago. The filly Hilee, which sustained a knee fracture in her last effort at Jefferson Park, was sent to Kentucky by "van. She has been acquired by H. P. Headley. Edward Haughtons Witch Way, also shipped to Kentucky from here, is to be fired and her owner will attempt to return her to racing condition. If she fails to stand training, she will be retired for breeding purposes. Six two-year-olds, all believed to be by Escoba, and the property of Houghton Brownlee, prominent barrister of Austin, Texas, are due at the Fair Grounds today. They are making the trip from the Brownlee Farm in Texas, by van. Princess Camelia, the crack three-year-old filly in the J. Leiter stable, was stricken with colic Tuesday night and was under a veterinarys care today. Princess Camelia won seven races, including two stakes, and is her owners chief reliance for the Jefferson and Louisiana Derbys. She is by Royal Canopy Sunmelia. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bacharach are returning Sunday from New York and will remain throughout the Fair Grounds season during which Mr. Bacharachs Southland Stable colors promises to be very active. Charles McLennan was busy at Jefferson Park accepting license applications for the Louisiana Jockey Club meeting from trainers, jockeys, apprentices and agents. He plans to visit Jefferson Park each afternoon during the week for this purpose, as it is imperative that all applications pass the stewards before the meeting opens. Conditions for an extra race to be run Saturday at Jefferson Park were announced this morning by racing secretary Reeder as follows: For four year-olds and over which have not won a race since November 25, or 57,500 in 1931-32. Four-year-oldsi 116 pounds; older, 118. Non-winners of ,150 since November 1 allowed four pounds; ,050 since October 1 or 00 twice since July 1, seven pounds; 50 in 1931-32, nine pounds; a race since May 10, twelve pounds. Six furlongs. Jockey Pat Garitty had his first mount of the winter when he rode Smoldering in the third race Thursday. . Edward Haughton returned from Kentucky, where he spent several days at his Spring Lake Farm. Jockey E. Level, who has been in poor health throughout the winter, was again forced to bed and placed under a doctors care. Jockey Morris Rose plans to leave for Miami and will accept mounts at Hialeah Park beginning Monday. J. Goff sold Lads Run to F. C. Drake and F. Williams will continue to train the three-year-old. Princess Camelia, the brilliant filly in the stable of Joseph Leiter, was reported as improved this morning. She contracted cold Tuesday night. W. N. Porter was an arrival from Lexington in search of two- or three-year-olds of the cheaper sort and of the hunter type. Following the close of Jefferson Park A. Pelleteri, prominent local owner, who has one of the largest stables here, will transfer Suffer, Marlene, Dear Nanette, Loyal Louie and Tiverton to the Fair Grounds, where Pelleteri has eighteen others. C. A. Bidencope may take over a few horses for J. Marsch and along with his own ship them to Oriental Park next week. Bidencope has won nine races with Estin, Eleanora M. and Jeff ONeil during the Jefferson Park meeting.

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