Aurora Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-11


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AURORA TURF NOTES Jockey R Tilden will be eligible to ac ¬ cept mounts for Monday having served a fiveday suspension suspensionW W J Polk father of apprentice Francis Polk is an arrival from his home in Bloom ington N J The elder Polk who is better known as Joseph McCloskey which name he rode under when one of Americas best steeplechase riders ended his riding career at New Orleans over thirty years ago when he fell on Candling which broke his neck in the fall Polk plans to stay for the re ¬ mainder of the Aurora meeting meetingE E G Hoffman trainer of the horses which race for R W Hoffman has been confined to his home for several days due to a severe cold coldJockey Jockey George Woolf accepted the mount on Psychic Bid in the Preakness and de ¬ parted for Pimlico Thursday night Woolf will return here after filling the engage ¬ ment mentThe The Bahr gate which was thrown out of service Thursday has been repaired and was back in use again Friday FridayThe The jockeys at Aurora gave starter Buddy Wingfield 100 per cent coopera ¬ tion Thursday when he was forced to dis ¬ patch the horses without either the Bahr gate or barrier Wingfield known as one of the most lenient starters in racing has had only one occasion to set a rider down for disobedience at the post in the past six years The boys realizing that fact ex ¬ erted every effort to assist in making the starts as near perfect as possible possibleThe The entire stable of E K Bryson who is campaigning seven head here will be shipped to the Bainbridge Park track near Cleveland It is the intention of Bryson to divide his extensive string after that meet ¬ ing and to send some to Rockingham in charge of trainer W G Merion another consignment to either Illinois or Detroit and some will remain in Ohio to race on that circuit W Howser will direct the training of those in Ohio while Harry Baker will have charge of the Illinois or Detroit stable

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