Eleven in Derby at Bainbridge: Economic Favorite in Clevelands 0,000 Added Feature-Track Likely to be Heavy or Muddy-Ex-Governor to Present Derby Trophy to Owner of Winning Horse, Daily Racing Form, 1932-06-04


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1 f C t t Eleven in Derby at Bainbridge i 4 Economic Favorite in Clevelands 0,000 Added Feature — Track Likely to Be Heavy or Muddy — Ex-Governor to Present Derby Trophy to Owner of Winning- Horse ♦ CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 3. — J. H. Louchheims Economic is certain to rule favorite for the 0,000 Ohio State Derby to be run at Bainbridge Park tomorrow. Trainer Clarence Buxton, who arrived today, sent his charge around the Bainbridge course between races this afternoon and said he was fit for the test. Just how well he will negotiate the heavy going, should the track be heavy, was not determined. Springsteel and 1 Open Hearth, S. W. Labrots entry, is likely to be second choice in the event. Spring- Spring- steel can go equally well on a heavy or dry f track. Eleven in all have been named, the others, besides those named above, embracing Our f Fancy. Hoops, Merrily On, Minton, Adobe ; Post, Royal Lassie. Madwind and the 0 filly, Nell Kuhlman, a consistent winner. . Our Fancy, the Respess candidate, was 3 highly considered for the Kentucky Derby j and may live up to expectations in this race. . Adobe Post has an excellent chance to furnish - a surprise, this three-year-old at times 3 running like a near champion. Minton cannot - be lightly regarded and in view of a i recent winning race, is in top form. Almost identical track conditions prevailed i for the Ohio State Derby last year, that is 3 to say, if the track is heavy or muddy tomorrow, and the Buxtons furnished the surprise I winner in A la Carte, which beat Spanish l Play in footing considered made to order r for the latter. On the roster of winners of the race can l be found the names of such stars as the I famous Black Gold and Boot to Boot, also 3 Thistle Fyrn. Because of an objection by trainers, the e horses will be saddled in the paddock. Derby Several complained they had high strung % and nervous horses and it would excite them to saddle in front of the grandstand. Ex-governor Harry L. Davis, of Ohio, will 1 present the Derby trophy to the winner of [ the race, and Miss Edith De Vand will present the floral offering. ® •

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