Dufferin Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-24


view raw text

1 DUFFERIN PARK NOTES 4 • The J. E. Smallman stable departed from Long Branch for Hamilton early Saturday morning under the direction of trainer Geo. Alexandra. Word was received from Detroit that A. J. Abel would ship Marmion and St. Moritz, stellar members of his stable at Hamilton. Arthur Brent is transferring the Erindale Stable, owned by Coulter Brothers, to Hamilton on Sunday. Jockey Ross Duggan, after being given medical attention by track physicians at Dufferin Park after being thrown by the racer Fine Feathers in the first race, was later sent to the hospital to ascertain the full extent of his injuries. William Robinson, father of the late Gladys Robinson Brent, who was sitting on the outside rail when the racer bolted and hit the fence, was taken to the same institution after being struck by the E. C. Wales racer. Dr. J. W. | Wigham, who attended Duggan, stated that the rider suffered injuries to his chest and knees. E. Sigman has arranged to transfer Brilliant Pal and other members of his stable to Hamilton on Saturday. Word was received from Hamilton that L. R. Knifong, who raced a small string at Ak-Sar-Ben, Omaha, is en route to the Hamilton city course. G. B. Foley stated that Syenite was kicked while on parade to the post in the fifth face on Thursday.

Persistent Link: https://drf.uky.edu/catalog/1930s/drf1935062401/drf1935062401_38_3
Local Identifier: drf1935062401_38_3
Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800