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


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] DUFFERIN PARK NOTES -@ « « J. P. Turner, who will serve as racing ag secretary and steward at Hamilton during ng the forthcoming meeting and later at Fort irt Erie for the Niagara Jockey Club, sent word that he would reach Hamilton on Sunday ay from Baltimore. According to word received by Fred Orpen en a large amount of work has been completed 500 00 -@ « ag ng irt ay en at Queens Park, London, Ont., where racing ig will be inaugurated July 20. A new paddock to accommodate fifteen horses was recently completed and several new model barns for or the reception of thoroughbreds have been en erected. Others are under construction now tw and will be finished long before shipments begin to arrive. Former jockey R. Townrow has been ap-rd p- pointed as outrider on the I. C. R. A. circuit, it, according to advices reaching here. Town-row will begin his new duties with the he opening of the Hamilton Jockey Club meet-ed ;t- ing.

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