Illinois News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-02


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Illinois News and Notes LINCOLN FIELDS at Hawthorne Stickney 111 June 1 1Paul Paul F Miller has leased four horses from J C Sinnott and they will race through the Lincoln Fields meeting under the colors of Mr and Mrs Miller The horses are Polly Prim Beret Basquette Gallant Devil and Gayland Miller alsoJias1 Pacification Mad Macaw Spare Parts and Moot Question which he brought from California A G Woodman veteran horseman who has been inactive for some time because of illness is much improved according to word received here from his home in St Louis and he is ready again to take over the training of a stable stableA A E Silver today purchased the two yearold Deer from Phil T Chinn at pri ¬ vate terms termsJockey Jockey P Kirkpatrick has departed forj Fairmount Park Eddie Anderson known to radio fans as Rochester is expected here the end of the week from California and while in Chi ¬ cago will see several of his horses under colors Star of his stable is Burnt Cork Jockey Frank Zehr on the sidelines with boils loses his apprenticeship on Monday He does not expect to get back in the sad ¬ dle until late next week weekJ J T Burke former owner is expected here from Louisville in a few days His brother Cliff Burke is assistant track su ¬ perintendent of the Lincoln Fields Jockey Club J Woodruff is at Washington Park with three horses Flourtown Riposte and Car larstar Ci H Pinon today registered the horses Flying Hostess Andy Justice Robusti and Fate which he brought from California for the Happy Stable Otto Bagley received three twoyearolds from Nashville for MrsJ L Branham The youngsters will be known to racing as Just Dawn Another Night and Night Time TimeMax Max Marmorstein and L W Ulmer of Cleveland who have horses here in charge of Jimmy McGee were at Hawthorne this afternoon I Kara is receiving the mare Ottoman and her colt foal from the High Hope Farm in Kentucky and they are to be sent to the D A Ewart farm at Piano 111 Due from Chattanooga is I C Mishler who has several horses racing at Haw ¬ thorne under the direction of A J Plack R W Martin got in from California with two horses They are Legal Code and Allied Gloryr Fred Houghton got in from California with five horses belonging to Lawrence Barker They are Pirate Swen Rekrab Liberty Crack and a twoyearold Former jockey R L Vedder sent word to his friends here that he will be in Chicago next week to begin a 20day fur ¬ lough He is stationed at Fort Bliss BlissDue Due momentarily at Lincoln Fields with a carload of horses is J R Gregory He is bringing the horses from California CaliforniaW W F Mannaughs Liberty Flight arrived here from Jamesville Wis and his train ¬ ing was taken over by Lyle Dilger FAIRMOUNT PARK Collinsville 111 June 1 1Tom Tom Baldwin Young Lexington horse ¬ man has one of the best balanced stables quartered here Topped by Bashful Duck whom Mrs E J Hoaglan bought last spring from Col E R Bradley the stable also includes Dina Flag Cedar Janet Cedar Lillie Adhesive Doorman Country Prince Don Miller and Hasty End The horses arrived from Churchill Downs a couple of weeks ago A R Mann a Fairmount Park regular arrived from Beulah Park with Weston Semi Shot James O and Biscuit Boy BoyApprentice Apprentice John Wood one of the lead ¬ ing riders at Beulah Park and E Hust checked in from that point Wood had several mounts today todayPairlet Pairlet and Toneys Choice the property of Henry Forrest were unloaded today They came from Beulah Park ParkAnother Another useful stable to arrive from the Grove City track is that of W FMcCray It consists of Commission BalloFire La Sombra Brabant and Grand Star StarH H R Finleys Bon Sweep Wicked Time and My Banjo were vanned here from Ohio With six winners to his credit apprentice Robert Reeves is pacing the riders at Fair mount Park The Illinois boy rode four winners Saturday and two yesterday yesterdayDuring During the absence of Cliff Abbo who was called to New Orleans on account of the death of his aunt Rollie Leach is act ¬ ing as a placing judge judgeThe The heat got the best of jockey S Luce and he was forced to cancel his engage ¬ ments

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