Maryland Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1946-06-15


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Maryland Notes DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., June 14. Mrs. C. E. Adams, owner and trainer of a small but well-balanced stable of jumpers, checked in yesterday with four steeplechase horses headed by the eight-year-old Refugio. The latter is eligible for the Indian River Steeplechase Handicap. W. H. Lipscombs Mercator, third with 156 pounds to Delhi Dan in the Hitchcock Handicap at Aqueduct on Tuesday, was an arrival but trainer W. G. Jones reports that the good jumper suffered a bowed tendon. Trainer E. H. Gaines has transferred Bull Whip and Carolina Rebel to the farm, while Mountain Lion, Honeytown, Teddys Vixen and Amita have been sent to the William Helis establishment. Among the recent arrivals here was Pat-Brady, with a string of seven racers from Havre de Grace, Md. Present plans call for him to remain throughout the meeting. Jockey J. C. Gilbert, who formerly rode for Frank Christmas, has checked in for action and expects to join the stable of Raymond Archer, Bel Air, Md., horseman. W. G. Jones has checked in from Belmont Park with eight more racers, several of them jumpers. Warren "Red" Leonardo also put in an appearance and will ride Jones jumpers at the meeting. Pied Piper and Buffet Supper, the property of the Brookmeade Stable, have been returned to Preston Burch at New York. Rose of Dawn, a filly who was the property of Howard W. Fielding, has been sold to Mrs. C. W. Williams and was shipped this morning to that sportswomans farm. The Greentree Stables contingent at Delaware Park was increased over the week-end by the arrival of Paper Mill, Trapeze and Quandry from ew York. The latter two are eligibles for the ,500 Christiana Stakes. Cassis and Gemsbok were sent here by trainer P. M. Burch to fulfill engagements. The latter is a juvenile eligible for the Christiana Stakes. Trainer Johnny Leyland has transferred the two-year-old, Bully, to G. R. Brysons Elray farm. Chatter Pat and Gimpey Girl, who campaigned here for Mrs. E. C. Salsbury, have been sent to Hirsch Jacobs at Jamaica, Long Island. Acting for Chris Gross, trainer Don Yates has sold Kerry Lass to Irving G. Schorsch. The racer was shipped to Monmouth Park, vhere she will be taken over by A. F. East.

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