Brief Paragraphs From Racing Points: New York, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-04


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Brief Paragraphs From Racing Points Hew York BELMONT PARK Elmont L I N Y June 3 3Lt Lt P A B Widener made his first ap ¬ pearance this year when he was a visitor at Belmont Park Howard W Maxwell will be the visiting steward representing The Jockey Club at the Aqueduct meeting which opens on Monday Mort Mahony mutuels chieftain at Bel ¬ mont Park and various other tracks throughout the country will leave for Suf ¬ folk Downs at the end of the current meet ¬ ing here and will then proceed to Garden State Park in New Jersey Jockey Woodrow Sedlacek who arrived here from New England expects to swing into action here on Saturday He will ride free lance Apprentice G Challis accepted his first mount of his career when he rode Royal Saxon in the second race here Wednesday He is under contract to J T Tommy Taylor TaylorTrainer Trainer George Carroll reported that Market Wise came out of his Suburban Handicap engagement in good shape He will be seen under colors at Aqueduct Jake Byer picked up Great Quest and placed that one back in training Great Quest was turned out during the winter months Tommy Heard who has Boysy and a draft of others in training will leave for his Texas home on a business trip in the near future The suspensions of jockey V Nodarse and Steve Brooks terminated today and both will be eligible to ride on Friday FridayTerry Terry Farley custodian of the jockey house reports that 527 sets of racing colors are registered at Belmont Park ParkEdward Edward Trotter one of the veterans of racing was among the visitors He came from New Orleans to visit his son Tobe TobeJim Jim Ryan schooled a quartet of fencers over the Aqueduct course and reported that the going is in perfect condition Replica IT Picture Prince and Trebleap plause were included in the quartet Wash Beaudine an attache of the racing secretarys office is on the ailing list a victim of the flu Al Burlen who has been absent for some time due to illness is on the mend at his Long Island home according to informa ¬ tion from Malvern Stefanita a starter in the Top Flight here wore blinkers Trainer W Mulholland was granted permission of the stewards to make the change in equipment Eighteen yearlings owned by the Wheatley Stable arrived at Aqueduct from Kentucky The youngsters will be transferred to the Wheatley Hills estate of Mrs Phipps until late in the fall Henry L Straus of the American Totalisator company was among the ar ¬ rivals He came on from Baltimore Warren Wright master of the Calumet Farm will leave for his Chicago home after the running of the Belmont Stakes Tommy Steele was among the arrivals He is en route from Boston to Chicago

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