Woodbine Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-04


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WOODBINE TURF NOTES f $ and Frank Sullivan has taken over the plater Captains Girl to train for G. Thompson. A carload of horses is scheduled to leave for Montreal about May 15 to take part in the Mount Royal meeting. Some of those shipping to the Quebec track are J. Reddy with Princely Pal, Knave of Clubs, which Carl Booth will campaign; Frank Russell with Varsity, Spring Violet and Kid Wrack, and M. McDonald is shipping Floria Zel, Fair Diana and Pelorus. Kulman is slated to leave at the same time. "Wes" Sherrard wired from Hamilton that he would be at Woodbine Tuesday with the string of T. S. Cocheneur. Papalico, the Kings Plate nominee, is the star member of this stable. Harry Hartley has taken over the training duties of the E. G. Bulmer stable. He has Big Time, Yellow Metal and Becautious as members of his string at the present time. The best training move of the day was turned in by Queensway, which reeled off a half mile in :49%, handily.

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