Hamilton, Ont., Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-08-08


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1 HAMILTON, 0NT., NOTES .. , s Jockey J. Mattioli was held guilty of carrying Thermal out during the running of the second race at Hamilton on Saturday and a fine of 5 was imposed upon him by the stewards. Mattioli rode By the Sea. C. Smythe left for Chicago in an endeavor to replenish his string that has been reduced by haltefmen. Hell Diver and Distribute were the latest of the Smythe racers to be taken via the claiming route. Phil McGinnis, patentee of the starting webbing in use on all tracks affiliated with the Canadian Racing Association, made his first appearance of the season on Civic Holiday. Mrs. M. Weiners Espinetta picked up a three-pound penalty after her winning effort in the Richmond Handicap on Saturday. Her weight in the Civic Holiday was nine- ty-six pounds. In addition, she picked up five pounds overweight. Jockey J. Paradise began the last three" days of racing at Hamilton leading the riders at the course with four victories. N. Foden is in second position with three and J. Mattioli, F. Mann, G. Riley, T. Vercher and P. Remillard each have two. Two special trains were placed in use on Civic Holiday to accommodate Toronto patrons. Floria Zel, owned by Mrs. W. A. Lear, was excused from filling her engagement in the final race over the turf. Good Guess, recently acquired by A. Hull-coat from the Whitney stable via the claim-. ing route, is suffering from a high fever. The fillys temperature on Saturday was 104. , ,- l - 3 s - .

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