John Marschs Big Stable, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-23


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JOHN MARSCH S BIG STABLE HOMEWOOD, 111., May 22.— George Brooks has nineteen horses for John Marsch, Chicago patron, at Washington Park. The good filly Princess Camelia races under the colors of Mrs. Marsch and the older horses Brooks is training for the Chicago contractor are Miss Bunting, Doctor Klein and Indian Boy. The juveniles are Alcorah, ch. g, by Captain Alcock — Little Borah; Kashagar, ch. c. by Chance Play— Ruddy Light; Test Out. b. f, by Swift and Sure— Washoe Belle; Teddy M., b. g, by Broadway Jones — Henerette Thorpe; Broad Step, b. g, by Broadway Jones- Two Step; Broadway Belle, ch. f, by Broadway Jones — Faith; Tallulah, br. f, by Cherokee— Hold Up; Whiskora, blk. g, by Whiskaway— Miss Dora: Chirac, b. c, by Masked Marvel II.— Leap Year; Barkis, b. g, by Hydromel — Tinkling Bells; Vedo, br. g, by Vito— Mirthful, and Erimfield. b. g, by Paicines— Plum Blossom.

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