Trek To Narragansett Is On: H. H. Brown Arrives From Bay Meadows With Eight Horses.; Shipments Expected Hourly From Detroit, Ohio and Chicago--Willie Adelman Promising Apprentice., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-08


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TREK TO NARRAGANSETT IS ON H H Brown Arrives From Bay Meadows With Eight Horses Shipments Expected Hourly From Detroit Ohio and Chicago Willie Adelman Adelmanit it Promising Apprentice PAWTUCKET R I June 7 The trek to Rhode Island is on After a speedy run of four and onehalf days from Bay Meadows California H H Brown reached Narragan ¬ sett this morning and unloaded seven horses of his own and one the property of Harry Unna Brown is back with a pair of New England favorites in Adobe Post arid Happy Helen both popular winners here last sea ¬ son Others in the string are Barnsley Bickering Fancy Flight Silent Dawn and Johns Birthday Harry Unnas lone cam ¬ paigner is Sidney Grant son of Maintenant but the popular Californian sends word ahead he is in the market for new thorough bred material materialShipments Shipments expected hourly at Narragan ¬ sett are E Anthony from Detroit with five head of horses Al Miller who trains for I J Collins Ohio State Racing Commis sioner is due from Detroit with nine head Watson Elliott is another coming from the auto city with six head of horses horsesA A welcomed arrival from Belmont in the morning will be the Texan F A Garreaud who is bringing seventeen horses headed by the good stake winners Time Supply and War Glory The smart sprinter Ajaccio is in the string and the wellliked Frenchman expects to win races here with some of his twoyearolds which include Society Editor Retired Supreme Maiden Emigrante and Ophelia Another arrival f rom Belmont will be the veteran Frank Brown who at one time trained horses for James R Keene Frank is bringing eight head headOn On their way from Chicago with a carload of thoroughbreds are B Creech Eddie Haughton and R Walker they send word ahead that other Windy City carloads are scheduled to leave Saturday night nightThere There is a little Jewish boy named Wil ¬ lie Adelman exercising horses at Narra ¬ gansett and such a good judge as Buddy Ensor declares the midget will be a star apprentice before the season ends Willie works for the Merryland Stables and is un ¬ der contract to Harry Brown the Okla homan who has developed several first class riders Adelman is only sixteen weighs eighty pounds and handles tough horses like a veteran

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