Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-26


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I WASHINGTON PARK NOTES J : Gi The second carload of the C. V. Whitney-Mose Goldblatt stable arrived from Churchill Downs this morning and was unloaded at Lincoln Fields. The veteran Nick Burger accepted his first mount at Washington Park, since 1927 on Garrick in the eighth race. A. D. Rogers registered Judan, Escobaress and Double Dummy, owned by Mrs. M. E. Heffernan and Lady- Finn, property of M. Quail. Mose Cossman, acting for Col. Edward R. Bradley, is endeavoring to purchase the contract on apprentice Jack. Westrope from O. L. Foster. Up to this time, Foster has refused all offers including that advanced by Cossman for the paper which has three years to run, but may give the Bradley stable a call on the youngster for some of the Chicago meetings. "Jockey Delmar Cox, also under engagement to Foster, is at his home in St. Louis from where he goes to Riverside Park. Cox rode at the recent Sportsmans Park meeting. Clifford Stafford, Oklahoma boy under contract to B. A. Jones, may make his bow in the saddle within the next few weeks. He has been with Jones and the Wbrden stable for more than a year and is believed to be one of the best prospects ready for test. James T. Looney left for his home in Lexington, Ky., but returns for Saturdays racing. The large Greentree Stable now at Churchill Downs will leave that Louisville track for Lincoln Fields Saturday night. The stable in charge of J. S. Middleton, comprises about twelve head and will be strengthened within a short time by additions from the East. R. T. Watts, trainer of Mrs. E. Denemarks stable, sent Josephine D., Truxton, L. E. Komorous and three two-year-olds to Bain-bridge in charge of Carl Marlman. L. G. Pearce took over the three-year-old Oziti, to train for C. Baldwin. The horses that Danny Miller brought from Lexington for John Stella are the older Storm Princess and Tam and the two-year-olds, Thunder On, Silva, Boston Kiddy and Ida S. They were bred at Kenton Farm, near Covington, Ky., and are sons and daughters of Thunderstorm and Damrosch. The Otto Lehmann stable arrived at Arlington Park from the Lehmann farm. Several members of the stable will be seen under colors during the Lincoln Fields meeting.

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