Hawthorne Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-08-02


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1 HAWTHORNE TURF NOTES : j Col. M. J. Winn, president of the American Turf Association, returned Monday from Wisconsin where he spent a week with mem bers of his family. Robert S. Eddy, Jr., who spent the past several days at Aurora, returned to Chicago today and with Joseph Cattarinich, who came over from Cleveland, outlined plans for the Fairmount Park fall meeting, which opens September 2. Dave Johnstone had Know-Me-Gnome and Patina at Sportsmans Park for W. J. Martin and W. Graham has Vital, Uncle Mitch and Bird of Prey at the same track. Sazerac, A. B. Letelliers good four-year-old, has been returned to training. He has been on the shelf since his winning effort in the Sweitzer Handicap at Washington Park. R. Lerner has Sweeperman and Thatch here for racing under his own colors. In the stable J. J. Dolan brought here from Canada for O. F. Woodward are the three-year-old Bantu, and the juveniles Co-flier, Flying Watch, Sandy Joe, Sicklelett, Sweepilla, Lucy Swift, Dame Mariechen, Ronceverte ard Hambora. Jockey Mel Calvert had his first mount of the meeting when he rode Barbara O. in the fourth race Tuesday. His right arm fractured some time ago, has been giving him some trouble. The big Audley Farm Stable, largest quartered at Hawthorne and in charge of J. F. Patterson, numbers thirty-one head, including the following: Rocky News, Cloud DOr, Trey, Luna Bright, Merry Chatter, Signal Man, Knights Gal, Bright Shadow, Late Date, Giggling, Royal Blunder, Wait Not, Luna Mica, Wilco, Traplou, Cloudet, Snobee-do, Montaris, Crimean Lad, Knights Call, High Divine, Wacoche, Fanfern, Rummond, Mrs. Brown, Spoiled Boy, Lady Hostage, Last Romance, Elation, Vinnoir and Man O Night. . Friends of John T. Cook, ardent racing enthusiast of Louisville, learned with regret of his death in that city this morning. Mr. Cook had witnessed every running of the Kentucky Derby and was in his seventy-second year. The manner in which Hawthorne patrons took to the new three dollar combination one dollar across the board on Monday, left no room to doubt the popularity of the three-way ticket, and the management is increasing facilities for the handling of this newer betting innovation. Apprentice J. Lowry, who collapsed from the heat while in the paddock Monday, re-" . mained out of colors Tuesday, but he hopes to resume riding Wednesday. Lowrys work . has been good and he has quite a following.

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