Tropical Park Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-01-15


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ITROPIGAL PARK TURF NOTES ? Trainer J. Parmalee reported to the stewards that the plater Fair Argument bowed a tendon after being breezed, which explains why the horse was ordered scratched from Tuesdays sixth race. Charles Trainer Hughes made his first visit to Tropical Park. He motored down from Kentucky to be on hand for the opening of Hialeah, where he acts as official timer. Murray Lowder, feed store man at Havre de Grace, is here. He accompanied Will Wallace" by motor from Maryland and will remain over for the opening at Hialeah. Dr. T. M. Cassidy was a visitor. He stopped over at Columbia, S. C, where his horses are in winter quarters and brings the news of a clean bill of health for all the horses wintering there. The W. J. Salmon two-year-olds are described by him as the best he has seen this year. J. C. Fletcher, well-known Canadian breeder, whose horses have been quite successful at Tropical Park, wired his trainer, J. P. Mayberry, that he would leave Toronto for Miami next week. Starter William Hamilton and his crew, made up of Hodgins, Gilmore, White and McGinnis, left for New Orleans on Thursday morning to be on hand for the opening of the Fair Grounds meeting. William Shelley, who will act as one of the stewards at the Fair Grounds, will remain over in Miami until next Tuesday. At the conclusion of the New Orleans meeting Mr. Shelley will go to Louisville.

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