News and Notes From Belmont Park, Daily Racing Form, 1941-06-07


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News and Notes From Belmont Park COLLINSVILLE 111 June 6 Arthur B Hancock foremost thorough ¬ bred breeder was a visitor of the day dayJockey Jockey Singing Sammy Renick reports that he is down to 105 pounds and plans to resume riding Monday as Aqueducts sum ¬ mer meeting gets under way wayW W Arnold Hanger officiated as steward representing The Jockey Club Friday after ¬ noon substituting for Walter M Jeffords who was absent absentTrainer Trainer Pete Coyne following the running of the Top Flight returned Misty Isle to Delaware Park to be turned over to the J E Widener stable there thereA A meeting of the board of directors of Belmont Park is slated for next week at which matters pertaining to the fall meet ¬ ing will be discussed discussedThe The firsj program order for the final day of the meeting was set at 40000 pointed out David Forest Woods the publicity director He stated that the order could be increased at a moments notice noticeJack Jack Howard will leave for Lexington Ky next week to inspect the Coldstream Stable yearlingaat the farm farmTrainer Trainer Sammy Hicks who violated the New York claiming rule by racing his charge Seven Hills at Delaware Park was fined 200 He paid the fine and was re ¬ stored to good standing as of Monday June 9 9Russell Russell A Firestone arrived from Akron Ohio to witness the running of the Belmont Stakes StakesJockey Jockey A Snider who arrived froln Dela ware Park to ride Misty Isle for J E Wide ner returned to that point after fulfilling his riding chores Jockey F A Smith packed his tack and departed for Suffolk Downs to report to trainer W Hurley of the E R Bradley sta ¬ ble bleRingie Ringie which was shipped to Boston by trainer P Da La Watts is due back here Monday for Aqueduct engagements engagementsR R J Kleberg notified trainer Max Hirsch that he would fly here from Lexington to witness his Itabo perform in the Belmont Stakes StakesThe The W M Jeffords horses were shipped to Delaware Park for racing at that point pointTrainer Trainer Bill Brennan loaded the Manhas set Stable horses for Boston today He left the twoyearold Amphitheatre here with trainer Gaver of the Greentree Stable StableTrainer Trainer Jack Webber left for Delaware Park where he will condition the horses of William Durkin Steeplechase jockey W N Ball left for Delaware Park and will ride during the meeting at that track trackTrainer Trainer Holly Hughes left for Delaware Park and will train the horses of the San ford Stud Farm at the Delaware Park track trackJohn John Clark and Samuel McCormick presi ¬ dent and vicepresident of Hialeah Park were visitors at Belmont Park yesterday yesterdayMrs Mrs Willis Sharpe Kilmer widow of one of Americas foremost thoroughbred breed ers and racing stable owners attended the races at Belmont andplans to stay over for the seventythitd running of the Belmont Stakes

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