Omaha Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-11


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OMAHA TURF NOTES Several saliva tests taken during the first week of the AkSarBen meeting are re ¬ ported to have proved negative The analy ¬ sis were made by DP C C Hall track vet ¬ erinarian and also representing the Nebras ¬ ka racing commission commissionSince Since the return of a fast track starter Hodgins has changed the hours for schooling the fractious thoroughbreds from 8 until 9 oclock every morning except Sunday SundayJockey Jockey J J Smith was an arrival and had his first mount of the meeting astride Bud Smith in the first race on Saturdays pro ¬ gram gramLester Lester Tiffany Chicago horse owner was a recent arrival and plans to stay for the remainder of the meeting He has three horses at the Omaha course under the care of W L McCue McCueGay Gay Bird suffered cuts about his legs when he was jumped on by Bahadur in the fifth race Friday However the injuries are not regarded as serious seriousApprentice Apprentice C Bierman under contract to William Cain made his debut in the saddle in the seventh race Monday astride Miss Sergeant SergeantThe The veteran racer Salona headed the string of four horses J W Cooper registered Monday The others are Miss Kiev Silver Banquet and Villa Banquet BanquetC C H Ellis brought Dawn Flight here for the AkSarBen meeting meetingH H T Deahl arrived from Panhandle Texas with three horses namely Barney Keen Motoring Miss and Wolverine WolverineM M Simmons sold the fouryearold Grecian King to W J Ormsby at Omaha The trans ¬ action was private privateThe The unruly plater Dr Louis Hamman will not be started again at AkSarBen presid ¬ ing steward Ashe barring the further entry of the racer

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