Aqueduct Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-27


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€ / I * J P 4 " T " ■ — -— 8 I AQUEDUCT TURF NOTES t , J A meeting on the Carreaud-Cantine Lass case scheduled for Tuesday by the New York State Racing Commission was post- poned indefinitely by order of chairman Herbert Bayard Swope because of the death of Richard T. Sloan, brother of commis- sioner John Sloan. Trainer Bill Brennan stated that twenty- seven yearlings, sixteen fillies and eleven colts owned by the Greentree Stable arrived at Red Bank, N. J., from Lexington, Ky. George Odom, acting for R. L. Gerry, sold to J. B. Belk, At Dusk, by Infinite— At Sundown, at private terms. W. Zakoor bought Camden and Sentry from W. J. Zeigler, Jr., at private terms. They will be raced here Friday. Cheshire will be started in the Dwyer Stakes by the Greentree Stable, according to William Brennan. Charles McCullogh and Warren Wright were clubhouse visitors Wednesday, and will return to Chicago after witnessing the ! Dwyer Stakes Saturday. «

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