Long Branch Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-11


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LONG BRANCH TURF NOTES Advices reached here that W H Wright who recently purchased the Imported stal ¬ lion Haytime expects the arrival of the English sire by Wednesday WednesdayJockey Jockey C W Smith who suffered a broken blood vessel when struck by the fly ¬ ing heels of Fort Dearborn in the seventh race at Long Branch opening day resumed riding Monday MondayS S Walker stated that Hanover Jean suf ¬ fered a bad cut on her right hind leg in her engagement at Long Branch Friday and that the mare will be an absentee from racing until the wound heals healsDavid David A Boyle assistant racing secretary stated that he expects ten starters in the Canadian Breeders renewal which is sched ¬ uled for competition closing day He also expects a field of equal number for the Goodyear Tire Handicap which will be de ¬ cided on the same afternoon afternoonAdvices Advices were received from Thorncliffe Park that Rush Along from the Jewell Bros stable succumbed Friday FridayEleven Eleven members of the Arthur Hullcoat stable which arrived from Rockingham Park were placed under shelter at Long Branch after a safe trip from New Hamp ¬ shire Red John one of the stars of the es ¬ tablishment has been named for the Good ¬ year Tire Handicap closing day dayWord Word was received from Detroit that E Sigman is shipping The Pelican Lugon Lug ¬ gage Home Work and four other members of his string to Long Branch The shipment is expected shortly from the Motor City CityThe The apprentice allowance was waived on Gentermarch Mythical Lore Lugano and Fusco starters at Long Branch Monday They picked up five pounds additional over original weights weightsA A division of the H C Hatch stable will be available at Dufferin Park for the meet ¬ ing that opens June 15 15S S B Crawford purchased the threeyear old chestnut filly Miss Scott from W Bovard and his new acquisition performed in his interest Saturday in the fourth race raceThe The many friends of Wash R Norvell were pleased to learn that he was discharged from St Michaels Hospital after being con ¬ fined to that institution for the past three weeks Norvell will take a much needed rest at his apartment at the Windsor Arms ArmsJ J D Mooney who was instrumental in the campaign of Black Gold several years ago and who rode with considerable success in the saddle for many years has been ob ¬ tained by J J Clysdale local patron to take over his stable which consists of Syndic Union and a promising twoyearold Mooney began his affiliation with his new employer I Saturday i

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