New York Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1942-05-26


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1 i j . 1 1 ! 1 ; : : New York Notes BELMONT PARK, L. I., N. Y., May 25. Max Hirsch wishes to dispose of the horse, JEarly Warrior, by Pharamond TJ., from Flying Miss. Hirsch pointed out that this well-made individual was a good race horse and is bound to make a good sire. Hirsch is more interested that the horse should have a good home for the future. At a recent meeting of The Jockey Guild, a vote was held to decide who was the "Yankee Doodle boy" among the Metro- politan riders. The election resulted in a dead heat between Eddie Arcarb and Don Meade. The horse, Yankee Dandy was chosen as mascot. President Manuel Prado of Peru, before leaving for his home, expressed his pleas- ure over Metropolitan racing. He was a one-day Belmont Park visitor and pre- sented the Peruvian Silver Challenge Cup for the future runnings of the Metropolitan. Mrs. James Butler was .married Friday to A. Hunt Marckwold of New Jersey. The ceremony was of a private nature. She is the widow of the one-time head of the Empire City Racing Association. John Gaver, James Fitzsimmons and Bert. Mulholland were appointed a committee of three to study revised and proposed changes in the apprentice rule. They will represent the horsemen. Parking lot attendants are complaining because their, work is becoming increasingly easier. Meanwhile the ticket collectors on the Long Island Railroad are busier and busier. Walter G. McCarty, of the Hollywood Park Jockey Club, returned today from a trip to Suffolk Downs. The horses he shipped east from California are racing there. In order to eliminate delays and minimize against possible injury, visitors to the saddling paddock are restricted to owners of horses starting in the race in particular. Basil Smith, agent for jockey J. Long-den, was operated upon at the Van Wyck Hospital, Jamaica, for appendicitis Thursday night. His condition was reported as good. Trainer Harris Brown reported that he is undecided as to shipping his sprint candidate Doublrab to Boston or Delaware Park for stake engagements. Trainer W. E. Jones plans to ship a division of his jumping stable to Delaware Park. The others will remain for the Aqueduct meeting. Louis Stoddard, owner and trainer of steeplechase and flat runners, left by plane to join the army cavalry school at Fort Riley, Kansas. Trainer J. P. Jones will ship Driven Snow and Ocean Blue to Delaware Park this week for stake engagements at that track. John Clinton Clark of the Miami Jockey Club, conferred with Harry Parr of Pim-lico Saturday, relative to the tracks efforts on behalf of the service relief. George Woolf was engaged to ride Red Rosette, owned by W. M. Jeffords in the coaching Club Oaks. Buster Millrick will leave on Tuesday with a division of the C. S. Howard stable : for Suffolk Downs. : A. J. Joyner, who is at Erdenheim Farm recovering from a cold, may be on hand to witness the running of the Suburban. Trainer Joplin will ship the C. B. Jones horses, headed by Phar Rong, to Delaware Park for that meeting. i

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