Washington Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-21


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WASHINGTON PARK NOTES If A A Baronis Ann ORuley a scheduled starter in the Burr Oak Purse Friday does not fill her engagement in the American Derby Saturday jockey J Longden will go to Detroit to ride C A Pecks West Main in the Pontchartrain Handicap Saturdays fea ¬ ture at the Motor City course courseCharles Charles Taylor resort and camp owner of Eagle River Wis was a visitor with friends at Washington Park Thursday While here Taylor made arrangements to have his juve ¬ nile filly Eva Lantern shipped to Arlington Park She is by the South Americanbred Copiapo from Brown Thrush by Thrush sire of Kellsboro Jack winner of the Grand National Steeplechase SteeplechaseHerbert Herbert M Woolf Kansas City racing en ¬ thusiast and one of Missouris leading breed ¬ ers will arrive Friday with a party of friends friendsThe The fourth and last issue of the Washing ¬ ton Park condition books was released to horsemen Thursday and racing secretary Charles J McLennans first Arlington Park book is scheduled for distribution Monday MondayCooley Cooley and Aga Ray from Maryland and Virginella and Resurrection from Kentucky were recent additions to the Sachsenmaier Router stable at Washington Park ParkGeorge George Fields of Ten Lower Street Bath N Y desires to contact his brother Law ¬ rence Whitey Fields The latters wife is critically ill illThe The Coldstream Stud and E Dale Shaffer strings trained by A B Gordon and a strong division of the Greentree Stable in charge of Marshall Lilly arrived at Arling ¬ ton Park from New York and Rockingham Park respectively They are among the larger establishments leaving the East to take part in the thirty days of racing open ¬ ing at Arlington Park immediately after the close of the current Washington Park meet The ColdstreamShaffer stable consisting of eighteen horses is headed by the crack juvenile Coldstream winner of the Bash ford Manor Stakes at Churchill Downs and a leading candidate for the several stakes for juveniles to be renewed during the Ar ¬ lington season seasonThirteen Thirteen were unloaded by trainer Lilly who reported only two older performers in the string A number of the Greentree youngsters also are eligible for Arlington stakes stakesJoe Joe Wagner leading American apprentice accompanied the Greentree Stable and Paul Keester will be at Arlington to do much of the riding for the ColdstreamShaffer sta ¬ ble Wagner led the riders at Rockingham Park with thirtyone victories His engage ¬ ments during the remaining part of the Washington Park meeting and through the Arlington seaspn will be made by Guy Luns f ord who has handled the youngsters book since last winter

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