Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-23


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t WASHINGTON PARK NOTES ] • $ Members of the Illinois Thoroughbred Horse Owners and Breeders Association will meet Tuesday at noon in the Washington Park clubhouse. Several matters of importance to the association will be taken up at the meeting. This association, founded less than two years ago, has 150 members and all are pledged to donate to the association five per cent of money won by their horses in the several races for Illinois-owned horses that will be run at each of the Chicago tracks. During the Washington Park meeting, Francis Dunne will accept Washington Park entries and scratches at Lincoln Fields. Entries at Lincoln Fields close at 9:30 and scratches at 7:30 or one hour earlier than at Washington Park. The Stuyvesant Peabody stable at Washington Park comprises thirteen head of horses, of which six are two-year-olds. The older division is headed by the veteran, Martie Flynn, and the two-year-olds are Slip Not, Farmer Bob, Dusty Lane, Hip Boots, Technocracy, Convert and Gay Follies. Ben Rosenheim, Chicago patron, is looking after the training of his five horses at Washington Park. The older Portmanteau, His Last and Avail and the two-year-olds Fire Star and Polyorno make up the quintet. The American Derby candidate. Trace Call, B. B. Jones good son of Call Boy, breezed a half mile on a heavy track at Washington Park Sunday in :51% and it was the fastest move of the morning at that distance. His brilliant and younger stable companion, Miss Patience, unbeaten in four starts and recent winner of the Bashford Manor Stakes at Churchill Downs, breezed a like distance in :52%. The Le Mar Stock Farm string here in charge of H. S. Hart includes Morsel, Marooned, Misguide, Madwind, Miscalculate, Mocker, Morality, My Man, My Turn, Manhandle, Moonsan, Mayco, Marset and My Kind. Additions to the stable will be made within a short time. Hart also has the veteran Silver Cord for Mrs. F. Cahn. The T. C. Worden stable, which has been here for several days, comprises eighteen head, of which eight are two-year-olds. Culloden, Uncle Henry, Sun Thorn, The Choctaw, Dark Sea, Best Man and Queta are among the more seasoned ones, B. A. Jones is training for that patron. Burley Parke transferred Mrs. A. M. Creechs horses from Aurora and registered Dr. Freeland, Street Singer, Portcodine, Prose and Poetry, Interpreter, Altmark, Timorous, Chief Daunt and Slapped for racing here. For the Wild Rose Farm, maintained by the local enthusiasts, H. P. and Valentine Crane, J. B. Theall is training Dowagiac, Macedon, Consensus, Comity, Cedo, Calico Print, Cantie and Clausula. The latter five all two-year-olds, are the get of Wigstone or Minotaur. Only one two-year-old Justold, is among the nineteen horses C. E. Davison has here. Barrido, No More, Cheers, Poly-phote. Hot Shot, Sister Mary, Printemps and Flirting are some of the better known ones in the string. The E. Drillon stable for the meeting includes Bright Knot, Golden Sun, Sir Dean. Speedy Charlie, Dunes, Mailliw, Gene D. and Black Fool. Edward Haughton sold More Anon to C. A. Marone and Flying Giblon to B. Hernandez. Other of the Haughton horses were transferred from Kentucky and Aurora to Washington. The C. V. Whitney, M. Goldblatt, Southland Stable, Phil Reuter and several other stables are held at Louisville by illness among the horses. Arrivals from Churchill Downs and Douglas Park this morning included the strings of A. A. Baroni, W. Crump, W. J. Hirsch, R. Goose, S. Furst, B. S. Michell, K. Ramsey, C. H. Trotter and others. Ray Blades, which will be taken over by Thomas Hayes when he arrives here with Mrs. S. B. Masons Head Play, also was unloaded from Kentucky. Goose unloaded fourteen, headed by Shepherd Boy, Desert Call, Flying Cadet and others. They are owned by Polk Laf-foon and H. C. Yeiser, Jr. Jack Mayer, Louisville boy under contract to Goose, got in with his employer. Mayer rode two winners at Churchill Downs Friday and hopes to add many during the Washington Park meeting. Gordon Arnold arrived from Churchill Downs and turned his book over to Bill Collins. Arnold, who makes 103 pounds, will ride free lance. Sherrill Ward wired that he was shipping the Burton and Ward horses from Bowie immediately after the close there. This stable is aft old favorite here.

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