Illinois Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-28


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Illinois Notes LINCOLN FIELDS at Washington Park Homewood 111 May 27 27Martin Martin Duke Penter who handles the stall assignments at Arlington Park and Washington Park announced today that over 2000 applications have been received for accommodations during the forthcom i n g coordinated Arlington Washington season seasonK K G Marshall Birmingham Ala pa ¬ tron stopped here today en route to the Detroit Fair Grounds where Charles San born is looking after a sizable stable for him Cornelio Mojena has taken over the training of the plater Brown Ruin who was recently acquired by the Sherwood Stable Apprentice Peter Gifford Englishborn reinsman will leave here on Friday for the Detroit Fair Grounds and after arrival at the Motor City track he will report to Harry Trotsek Agent Jimmy Donaldson will accompany Gifford Trainer R Freeman received Halldon Kinglet Tapestry and Kendor after the quartet arrived at Lincoln Fields from Louisville The Freemanconditioned horses are to race here under the silks of Mrs Densil M Hollingsworth of Lexington Ky D A Ewart registered H C Rineharts homebred filly Patty On Quest and A E Magrebys Wanda June another fouryear old filly after the pair arrived here from Lexington Ky Trainer R A Burnham stated this morn ¬ ing that he has had the firing irons applied to the knees and ankles of two of his charges which are stabled at Lincoln Fields The pair undergoing the operation were Bud Rays Maltese Charlie and a twoyear old belonging to David Sazer SazerExjockey Exjockey Andy Clutter arrived here from Lincoln Downs and purchased Safe Gift from H W Young and Fighting Mac from S R De Filly Terms of both trans ¬ actions were private and Clutters new ac ¬ quisitions are to be shipped to River Downs and join the balance of the stable which includes Fallies Son Kimberly Gold and Eldorado Pass Ivan H Parke trainer for the Frederick W Hooper stable will depart for New York in time to saddle Colosal for the South Americanbred stars Suburban Handicap engagement at Belmont Park on next Mon ¬ day Charles Parke is now looking after Colosal at the metropolitan course Frederick Wyse wellknown Houston Texas sportsman and thoroughbred owner arrived here and inspected the horses he has quartered here in charge of L J Keating

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