Louisville Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-26


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t LOUISVILLE TURF NOTES j s- Lester Balaski has been engaged to ride Frank Ormont in Saturdays sixty-first renewal of the Clark Handicap. George Swain, who has been making Balaskis mounts since early last winter, checked in and will remain through the meeting. Having disposed of Wise Revue several weeks ago and shipped Masked Revue to Detroit from Arlington Downs, C. L. Lowenstein will have nothing to race here. With no horses he might give his undivided time to the making of Charlie Landolts engagements. Lowenstein sold Wise Revue to J. D. Spreckels in. Four of the ten horses E. T. Miller is training for the Chappel Bros., of Illinois, are two-year-olds. Three four-year-olds, namely Rich Phil, Mark C, and Double Shamrock, and the three-year-olds Wanoah, Carom Gal, and Oriental Boot, complete the stable. The juveniles are Engelic Monk, bay colt, by Monks Way; Chrysostle, brown colt, by Hustle On; Coral Wrack, bay colt by Coral Reef, and Monks Gold, a chestnut daughter of Monks Way. The Chappel Bros, are prominent manufacturers of Rock-ford, 111. Henry A. Frensley is handling Bank Walker and Louise Hobson for John W. Little. They are three-year-olds by Beau Gallant, the former gelding having Sewanee as his dam, while the latter filly was foaled by Winnie Stuart Along with the veteran Mr. Sponge, which J. Emery claimed at Hot Springs, Frank Chiavetta is training Para Four, El Puma, Short Hand and Stella F., for that Chicago patron.

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