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


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. | WASHINGTON PARK NOTES I v- ■ * Henry Roseacher brought Even Play, Jesting Queen, Mintogee and Equation from Churchill Downs. Thirty-nine jockeys were registered with Bill Owens, custodian of the Washington Park jockeys quarters Monday morning and he expects the list to pass the 100 mark before the middle of the week. Jockeys and apprentices that have reported to him are: A. Richard, J. Neel, L. Geving, L. Chanove, K. Horvath, H. Jones, A. J. Greco. J. Kel-lum, R. Weeks, L. Pichon, N. Burger, H. Louman, T. P. Martin, J. Bollero, L. Cantrell, H. Schutte, S. Renick, R. De Piema, C. Myers, R. Tilden, G. Arnold, W. Moran, J. Westrope, H. Tinker, C. Rainey, D. Mc-Auliffe, J. Kacala, L. McDermott, W. D. Wright, C. McCrossen, R. Montgomery, O. Laidley, C. Landolt, H. H. Gray, C. Corbett, C. Critchfield, R. Yelton, W. Todd and H. W. Fisher. Head Play and four stable companions leave Jamaica for Washington Park Wednesday, according to a wire from Tom Hayes, trainer of the Preakness Stakes winner. Upon arrival, Head Play will go into preparation for the American Derby, 5,000 added fixture to be renewed at Washington Park June 3 and in which he will endeavor to regain prestige lost through his defeat in the Wood Memorial. Seven horses owned by Thomas Piatt and two the property of W. E. Simms will be campaigned here by J. P. Sallee. In addition to Gold Step, crack sprinter scheduled to resume racing during the meeting, Mrs. Sheldon Fairbanks has Playing On, Blackmock, Paper Profits, Zev Star and Sarsita to carry her colors at Washington Park. Sweeprush, Fair Rochester and Col. Hatfield, which finished first, second and third in the Illinois Derby, are quartered at Washington Park. They made the trip from Aurora Sunday. James T. Looney, owner of Sweeprush, extended his visit to include the Washington Park opening. Mrs. H. Gaines turned the three-year-old Volwood over to H. T. Fleming to train. He succeeds J. H. McCoole. Harry Morrissey. Washington Park starter, detrained from California within a few hours of the opening. He remained at Tanforan until almost the last possible minute and timed the long trip just right.

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