Michigan News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-24


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Michigan News and Notes DETROIT Mich May 22 Earl H Beezley acting for Mrs Beezley purchased Call to Colors Through Train Lazy Tongs and Love Song from Mrs John Zoeller Terms of the transaction were private and the quartet was shipped to Beezley from Churchill Downs Beezley a regular here also has Samborombon Many Lands Kingo Spiteful and Grasshopper n quartered at the local track trackDr Dr C C Cann widely known veteri ¬ narian is an arrival from Kentucky and he plans to remain for the entire 73day Fair Grounds session Clarence Watson assistant to Dr Cann also made the trip to the Motor City CityJockey Jockey Mark Fator came in from New York and plans to ride free lance during the Fair Grounds season Fator is down to 110 pounds and expects to get in silks on inaugural day Apprentice Bobby Wright who began his riding career at Detroit last year accom ¬ panied the C A ONeil Jr stable to the Fair Grounds Jeff Edwards trainer for ONeil holds the papers on Wright Jockey Shelby Clark is an arrival from Churchill Downs and he immediately re ¬ ported to Howard Hoffman trainer of a large public stable stableBilly Billy Schwartz veteran agent took over the engagement book of jockey Jimmy Brennan contract rider for the Edward McCuantrained establishment Tom Monroe a regular member of the racing secretarys staff at Detroit for many years checked in for duty after his arrival from New Orleans Mrs Lawrence Fry has leased the riding services of apprentice Robert Kennedy from Cecil Locklear Kennedy is to report to the Fry contingent immediately immediatelyRobert Robert Morris who will again serve as outrider at the Fair Grounds arrived from Louisville and reported for duty dutyThree Three horses scheduled to carry the silks of Mrs Silas T Baxter came from Lex ¬ ington Ky James Savarda came from Cleveland and assumed hjs duties as chief of track police Jack Hicks veteran agent is to make the outside riding engagements here for Paul Keiper who is under call to the Dear ¬ born Stable Cecil Locklear is an arrival from Church ¬ ill Downs and the promising apprentice rider Robert Kennedy accompanied the Locklear contingent here Th6 Detroit Racing Association has in ¬ stalled an uptotheminute steam cabinet in the jockey room for use of riders at the Fair Grounds T C Melrose owner of several horses quartered at the Fair Grounds came from his home in Cleveland to inspect his stock and Witnessed the inaugural program Mrs Mary Wyatt wife of trainer Eual Wyatt has been called to her home due to illness of her father John Oliver Brown track superintend ¬ ent is directing a big crew in shaping up the Fair Grounds racing strip

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