Bainbridge Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1931-06-13


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and f y T s F n ii 1 h is is r; ai nr P J J. ss B tc r tl the Jw BAINBRIDGE PARK NOTES | i : 1 j GEAUGA LAKE, Ohio, June 12. G. B. Hennessy, who was ruled off at t Toronto, Ont., ten years ago, has been restored to good standing by the Canadian Racing Association committee. Mr. Hennessy already has three horses at this meeting and plans to increase his stable. J. Cattarinich is in receipt of word from ] Montreal that Florence Mills has dropped r her first foal at Verchees Farm. The sire i the Broomstick stallion, Cudgel. r Julius Reeder, who is serving as judge and t racing secretary here, has been engaged to I act in an official capacity at the Salem, N. H,. c meeting, which opens July 1 at Rockingham c Park. Starter G. R. Wingfield and judge i T. Ireland will serve as officials at the v same meeting. f Harry D. Shepard, general manager of d Beulah Park, at Columbus, was a visitor 1 today and reports that he has everything in a readiness for the opening of the meeting at a Fair Grounds, Ravenna, Ohio, June 29, a where he also has charge of the racing. jb

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