Small Colony Now at Cicero: Shipment of Three Cars Thursday Leaves Few on Grounds, Daily Racing Form, 1932-11-04


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1 8 SMALL COLONY NOW AT CICERO Shipment of Three Cars Thursday Leaves Few on Grounds. Those Remaining Awaiting Confirmation of Stable Reservations From Winter Tracks Denemark Plans. CICERO, 111., Nov. 3. There was a noticeable cessation in shipping activity at Sportsmans Park today, when only three cars were dispatched for New Orleans. An inspection of Hawthorne and Sportsmans Park tracks revealed that there were few horses left and those remaining were awaiting confirmation relative to stable reservations from the prospective points to which they plan to ship. One freight and two express cars constituted the shipments that got away for the South. The most prominent of those that went was the stable of O. L. Foster, who shipped the following ten: Out Bound, Get Ready, Spero, Winnie Jo, Murmuring Pines, Gypsie Chief, Our Doctor, Infinitus and one yearling. Others in this car were Blair Mock, with Noon Play; G. Vuillemot, with Sid Lea; Charlie Cherry, with Aregal, and W. R. "Bobbie" Ware, with Serving Lad. The other express car conveyed the horses of R. "B. Steele, who loaded Curmudgeon, Elkhart, Step Liz, Dandy Dan, Full Up, Allegretto and Aurebon. F. E. Fitzgerald, who had reservations in the same car, took Parade Rest, Joe Macaw, Lady Menifee and Phantasime. The latter was recently purchased by Fitzgerald from Ben Rosenheim. J. W. Frye completed the car when he sent Ormohtime, Hazel Denson, High Pockets and Oh Gee, a two-year-old, which he bought from P. Flaherty before" leaving. Those that chose to ship by freight were J. Manale and Mrs. L. L. Schurman. The former had six head, of which Burgoo is the best performer. The others of the Manale string were Jargon, Golflex, Sunny Sideup, Mildred Watkins and W. J. Balmer, which Manale acquired from A. Pelleteri before the latter shipped South. Following are the horsemen that plan to ship to New Orleans Friday or Saturday: F. Parks, with Cupidity and Nonenicer; G. J. Fenn, with Also and Na Zdar; J. Sinnott, with Joan Pat; R. Arbique, with Count Bruno and Song and Dance Man; B. Rob- fContimied on eighteenth page. SMALL COLONY NOW AT CICERO Continued from first page. erts, with Alma S. and Brother Ben; F. Dollaway, with Gideon, Merger and Shasta Mint; G. E. Moore, with Wild West, Ruley Lee, Tussle and Miss Avondale; L. De Carlo, with Black Bull; J. McGovern, with Marjory Nell; B. T. Jarvis, with The Nile and Glen Artney; G. H. Morton, with Relline, Senator and Foxbolt; J. Newman, with Sweet Va, Aliens and Auto Cautery; H. Cowgill, with Flying Ace, Motor Park and Satin Princess; H. Howard, with Straphanger and Darienzo; W. H. Snearly, with Actuarius and Tona-wanda; J. Tobin, with Twelve Sixty and Flora Levy, and T. H. Lynch, with Happy Fellow, Fair Boy, Chat Eagle and Jaipur. The wintry weather which has prevailed in this vicinity has caused trainer R. T. Watts to change his plans and instead of remaining for a few weeks he will send one division of his stable to New Orleans Saturday. They are the property of different owners, of which Mrs. E. Denemark will have six, headed by the consistent Pigeon Hole, which she claimed the last day of the Sportsmans Park meeting. The other five are Swtich, Water Port, Alcove, Bess Cloi, Panchio and a yearling named Mamie D., which is a sister to the good mare, Martha D., which ended her turf career in such a tragic manner when she was killed almost instantly through a fall in the closing stages of her last engagement. Jockeys T. P. Martin and E. Neel will accompany this shipment. Watts plans to send eleven others to Havana in charge of A. C. Niehaus, but this shipment will be deferred until a later date. The string will comprise the stable of Mrs. E. Denemark. They include L. E. Komorous, Lieut. Weber and Bill Walsh, a trio of two-year-olds, which have never been in competition, Josephine D., Vera D., Adolph Krasa.Vestah Clark, Truxton, Rough Rider and one yearling by Boot to Boot. He will also have Nellie Custis for the Superior Stable. Jim Lewis is another that altered his plans and will ship Patangon and James T. to Jacksonville for the Keeney Park meeting. T. Lewis will send Opossum and Topsie H. in the same car. George Gorbet is taking Shasta Love to the Gorbet farm at Fairbury, 111., where she Will become a brood mare. G. E. Wilson has decided to turn out Lillian Z. and Famous at the farm of Dr. T. A. McDonald at Lincoln, 111. Lillian Z., which has an infirmity in one of her legs, will undergo the firing process. Jockey J. Cowley, who rode with a good measure of success during the Sportsmans Park meeting, departed Thursday morning for New Orleans. The youngster is under contract to J. McGraw.

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