Speed Handicap Inaugural: Crack Band of Sprinters Named for Rockingham Opener.; Carloads of Horses From Maryland and Texas Bound for Salem Track--Tax Stable Capacity., Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-11


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SPEED HANDICAP INAUGURAL Crack Band of Sprinters Named for Rockingham Opener Carloads of Horses From Maryland and andTexas Texas Bound for Salem Track Tax TaxStable Stable Capacity SALEM N H May 1 The Speed Han ¬ dicap openingday feature at Rockingham Park for a purse of 5000 added is already a success with close to forty nominees in ¬ cluding the greatest sprinters of the year Prince Fox Okapi Indiantown Carisbrooke Dogmata Dreel Statesman II and Star Porter PorterNominations Nominations for the Granite State Han ¬ dicap to be held Saturday May 18 are just as numerous numerousCarload Carload after carload of thoroughbreds are rumbling from Maryland and Texas in the direction of Rockingham to fill the stables to near capacity and insure Lou Smith aid his associates one of the greatest spring meetings in the history of New Eng ¬ land horse racing racingThe The Vanderbilt cars will arrive at the Salem Depot siding Monday morning with outstanding horses like Dogmata Dreel and Identify and a group of twoyearolds that are rated the best in training Winter Sport Parade Girl Postage Due Gum and Bach ¬ elor Dinner to name just a few fewJ J W Y Martin shipped from Maryland yesterday and tomorrow morning he will unload a carload at Rockingham His out ¬ standing horse is Dark Hope brown gelding which won the Walbrook Purse at Havre de Grace GraceGeorge George Strate with one car of thorough ¬ breds and Louis Haymaker with Bright Bird Bally Bay and Slipper King heading the detachment will ship Thursday from Maryland and so will L Trueman trainer for the Public Stables with two cars carsJ J L Goodacre owner of Friend Whitey and others A Mulholland trainer for the George D Widener group old Bill Irvin trainer for J U Grattan Tobe Trotter trainer for Jersey Stable with Postscript which won its last race at Pimlico and paid 1740 and G Hamilton owner of Fur fiber and Red Badge are also packing up their belongings and their horses

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