Havre De Grace Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-22


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1 HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES ; : e R. H! Crawford saddled Young Native, Delphinium and Vain Bachelor for the Brookmeade Stable in the absence of Robert A. Smith, who was forced to remain at Jamaica. For a private consideration E. K. Bryson disposed of the two-year-old Canrock to A. C. Compton, of California. The youngster has been turned over to H. G. Bedwell. George Hardy, affiliated with the Thoroughbred Breeders Association of Canada, was an arrival from Toronto. He was accompanied by several friends from the Canadian city. Elmer Trueman has been engaged by Felix Spatola to handle the good sprinter Wise Prince, and the two-year-old Wise King. Both raced during the winter season, in Florida and will be freshened up for a campaign later in the summer. Owing to the crowd filtering in late, accounted for by the roads being jammed with motorists arriving from various points in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Marylandt Virginia, New York, New Jersey and other sections, post time for the first race was set back in order to give patrons an opportunity tq, reach the course.

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