Hamilton, Ont., Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-27


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1 HAMILTON, 0NT., N0YES~" # $ William R. Woollatt, general manager of the Devonshire Park Jockey Club, arrived from Windsor to confer with J. P. Turner, who will serve as racing secretary at the Diamond D course. Woollatt confirmed the racing program that has been prepared by Mr. Turner and the book of conditions will be ready in a few days. Whitey Gould, who served on the ground crew of starter Howe, suffered a bad cut on his leg in the closing race Tuesday when kicked by the racer Fan. Three stitches were necessary to close the wound. While being exercised at Hamilton on Wednesday morning, Wee Princess, owned by D. R. Stuart, became frightened by a passing train that passed on the C. N. R. line, back of the grandstand, and ran off a mile. The Beach Stable reached here from Montreal with Finesse and other useful performers. The book of conditions, embracing the first seven days of the Niagara Jockey Club meeting, beginning July 4, were distributed to horsemen at Hamilton by John P. Turner, who will serve as racing secretary. Entries closed Wednesday for the Princess Marina Handicap, that will be run at this course on Friday. The following horses were placed on starter Rowes schooling list after behaving1 badly at the barrier on Tuesday: Happy Warrior, Dothair, Colonel Jr., Trickys Son, Sally Fuller, Battle Plane and Brandon Prince.

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