New York Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-18


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New York Notes BELMONT PARK, Elmont, L. I., N. Y., June 16. Steeplechase rider R. E. Williams applied for a license to ride at the Belmont Park meeting. Jerry Zubrinic, who has donned riding silks here, is a 23-year-old son of Brooklyn, N. Y., in the employ of Ed Mulrenan. who can ride at 95 pounds. He has been with the thoroughbreds for the last four years and has been worked under such trainers as Moody Jolley and James Healy. iHis first winner was Miss Rime at Chicago on October 4, 1944. and he has ridden 12 additional winners since. Edwin Hastie, brother of the well known trainer, Jimmie, was promoted to lieutenant-colonel from his rank of major. He is serving with the A. T. C. in the China-Burma-India theater of operations. Burning Dream, owned by Col. E. R. Bradley and who was withdrawn from- the Preakness, will be moved over to Belmont Park to join the main division of the stable now quartered here. Colonel Bradley, master of Idle Hour Farm, is due here Saturday from his Lexington, Ky., home and will stay for the better part of the summer season.

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