Shipment to Hamilton, Ohio, Daily Racing Form, 1933-06-02


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SHIPMENT TO HAMILTON, OHIO LEXINGTON, Ky., June 1 In a van which left the Kentucky Association track this morning for Hamilton, Ohio, were W. Z. Martins Captain Joey, Paul Littles Lucille C, His Uncle and Brown Ben, and Dr. William Kenneys Lady Friend. A few other horses will be shipped from here for the Hamilton meeting. Heinie Cavanaugh, who " has the main division of his stable at Chur- chill Downs, is sending Belen, Glenhurst and Moms Polly from there by van today. Quick Sale, one of the few Cavanaugh horses left at the Lexington track, will be sent to Hamilton in a few days. She worked a mile in 1:42 yesterday. C. L. Dodson, training a public stable here, has taken up two two-year-olds, Fleeta Rose and Anna Fair, for Watterson and Kennedy and will receive two others in a few days. H. B. Reether has decided- to go to La-tonia with his two-horse string consisting of John Sauniers Scrapiron and Col. Thoma3 J. Johnsons Squads Right, the latter a promisinug daughter of Dis Done. Scrapiron was worked six furlongs in 1:16 this, morning, "v

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