Illinois News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-31


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Illinois News and Notes LINCOLN FIELDS at Hawthorne Stickney 111 May 29 29Chance Chance Queen owned by Mrs L B Muschal has been sent to her owners farm at Justice Park 111 where she will be bred to Valdina Star Jack Hanover trainer of the horses owned by Hyman Priedberg has received Solo Servant from the farm in Kentucky KentuckyHeading Heading for Fairmount Park W J Ormsby left here Friday with the horses Shin Plaster Parisian Witch Fredda T AnnaaVish and Martha Collins The Illinois horseman C E Davison has been confined to his home for a week by illness Jockey W Sherlock arrived from the West Coast and joined the stable trained by R J Rossi W F Tucker checked in from Louisville with the threeyearold Enterprising Judd Alt is an arrival from Kentucky and is canvassing stables here in the in ¬ terest of an auction of horses to be con ¬ ducted before the close of the Lincoln Fields meeting at Hawthorne William Palmer House Ryan who hasnt been feeling so well was improved enough to visit Hawthorne this week Scratch time at Hawthorne Monday morning will be 7 oclock racing secretary William H Shelley notified horsemen horsemenJames James Emery has returned to Chicago after having submitted to a physical check at the Mayo brothers clinic in Rochester Minn The horses W C Weant registered here for James C Ellis were Flying Easy Little Kiss Late Dawn Flying Double and Wolf Creek Anthony Skoronski whose suspension ex ¬ pires on Monday has but two more winners to ride before he loses his apprenticeship He rode his first winner on May 21 1942 and since has handled 37 more Lt Jerome D Spitzer who formerly raced a stable of horses is here on a fur ¬ lough from Boise Idaho and was at Haw ¬ thorne this morning to meet old friends FAIRMOUNT PARK Collinsville 111 May 29 29Clement Clement Nance secretary of the Illinois Racing Board came from Chicago to at ¬ tend the meeting of the license board con ¬ sisting of Patrick Galliger John T Ireland and Frederic Crafton CraftonJoe Joe Metz brought Veiled Prophet am Epistle the property of Glen Fowler alid Miss Bobby DeWitts Atafa Never Alone and John Thomas from Chicago

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