Boy Painters New Trainer: Cuthbert Morse, New Zealand Turfman, Takes Over English Horse--Will Change Routine., Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-11


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BOY PAINTERS NEW TRAINER Cuthbert Morse, New Zealand Turfman, Takes Over English Horse — Will Change Routine. SAN BRUNO, Calif., May 10.— Captain Cuthbert Morse, the noted New Zealand turfman, who trains David J. Davis Pillow Fight and Tea Trader, has taken over a new charge. This one is George B. Townes English importation, Boy Painter. Towne and Morse made the arrangement whereby the New Zealand trainer handles the English horse on Tuesday morning, after Towne had sent Boy Painter out on the Tanforan track for a trial spin. Boy Painter sulked and refused to extend himself. Towne, outwardly displeased, immediately decided to make the change in trainers, eliminating himself as the trainer for the son of Gainsborough. Morse, in commenting upon his appointment as trainer of the English horse, said he would change Boy Painters routine completely, asking the horse from the "tight little isle" to adopt himself to New Zealand methods of trainingv First, Morse intends to completely clean out Boy Painter, then gradually prepare him in exactly the same manner he has brought along Tea Trader, now at the height of his form, and Pillow Fight. » :

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