New England Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-01


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New England Notes SUFFOLK DOWNS, East Boston, Mass., April 29. R-. B. Carroll reports that his young stallion. Beldine, sired a colt out of Hemday at Oakhurst Farm in Kentucky. Beldine is a co-holder of the five furlongs, and mile and one-sixteenth track records at Suffolk Downs. Trainer W. M. Emerson registered Airfield, Stride Well, Howdy Rowdy, Super Effort and Checkmate at Suffolk Downs this morning. The quintet recently arrived from Gulfstream Park. Trainer Nick Burger received a pair of juveniles from Lexington this morning. Included in the consignment were Mrs. H. C. Fains Barre -Flint, a bay gelded son of Barre Granite, and a chestnut filly by Easy Mon, named Easy Tal, the property of H. C. Fain. Peace Way, a two-year-old filly be longing to P. T. Chinn has been transferred from Burgers care to trainer Bailey. Dr. J. T. Conner, Jr., veterinarian practicing at Suffolk Downs, is confined to his Woburn, Mass., home suffering from a recurrence of a virus infection. Jockey Ronnie McPhee, a Portland, Me., lad, has deserted the New York circuit this year and intends to ply his trade on the New England tracks. McPhee was formerly employed as contract rider for the pretentious Wheatley stable. Tom Shehan, Rockingham Park steward, departed this morning for Louisville to be on hand for the Kentucky Derby. He was accompanied by Norman Shepard of Beverly, Mass., and Tommy Sullivan of Lowell. Trainer E. E. Miles checked in Saturday morning with four thoroughbreds. The quartet had an uneventful trip from Laurel, Md.

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