Illinois Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-27


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Illinois Notes LINCOLN FIELDS at Hawthorne Stickney 111 May 26 26After After the close of a test case in Federal court which is to determine the status of a free lance jockey in relation to the social security and victory tax regulations A C Whalen will return to his home in Minne ¬ apolis Whalen is one of the principals in the case The horses owned by Fred Turner Jr are heading for Fairmount Park in charge of trainer Charles Jackson The shipment will include Lupie Don Devito Subdue Top Miss Prince Sang Veda Ann Ryes and Lynndown Jockey E Driver will accom ¬ pany the stable Rollie Shepp today received the River Divide Stables Betty Main and added her to the stable he is training for the Lincoln Fields meeting Others in the stable are Best Seller High Fidelity Dr Rush and Weapons Pride Al Newman checked in from Louisville with two horses Langs Boy and Roman Red both twoyearolds They are quar ¬ tered at Washington Park and are owned by Lang Newman NewmanJerry Jerry McCarthy who has a stable of horses taking part in the Lincoln Fields meeting is due from Detroit on business and may find time to attend the racing at Hawthorne E Stegewens got in from Louisville with Panjab and Marfeu owned by Mrs George Spaeth George H Neal bought the horses Peach arino and Prefer Transit from Clyde Troutt and he is taking them to Fairmount Park ParkJockey Jockey F A Smith canceled his mounts today and remained home with an attack of flu Dave Wdmeldorff who has several horses here for W F Morgan is receiving six more from Texas for that patron patronJockey Jockey Ferril Zufelt has departed for his home in Richfield Utah to submit to a physical examination for military service W A Heddle left here today for Fair mount Park with Mrs E Millers Darby Dallas Des Grieux and Kes If his contract holder the Woolford 1 Farm has no starter in the Joliet Stakes on Saturday jockey Nick Jemas will ride Civil Liberty in that race for Mrs Albert Sabath SabathAnother Another arrival from Louisville was James Adams with Prince Beiltro Farrell and three other horses all belonging to C C Ortlieb

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