Racing at Detroit To Resume Today: Horsemen Liberal in Making Entries for Program--Heavy Strip Whipped Into Shape, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-04


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Racing at Detroit To Resume Today TodayHorsemen Horsemen Liberal in Making Entries for Program Heavy Strip Whipped Into Shape ShapeDETROIT DETROIT Mich June 3 Racing will be resumed tomorrow at the Detroit Fair Grounds after a 24hour suspension made necessary by inclement weather and heavy track conditions Racing secretary and handicapper Charles F Henry had no dif ¬ ficulty today in filling entries for a well balanced eightrace program which is to be presented at the Motor City oval on Friday FridayAt At an early hour today turfmen whose charges are quartered at the Woodward Avenue plant visited Henrys office and they were liberal in naming horses for the Friday card Detroit Racing Association officials were quick to express their appre ¬ ciation of the cooperation received from owners and trainer and they feel that with the return of better track conditions here no further suspensions in the regular schedule will be necessary necessaryAlthough Although the racing strip at the Fair Grounds was still heavy and holding this morning track superintendent J Oliver Brown and the members of his crew were busily engaged in their efforts to bring it into better shape for the Friday sport Overhead conditions were such that Brown expressed the opinion that the track will be much improved when the horses are called to the post for the initial offering tomorrow Fourth War Relief Day Series SeriesIn In the meantime preparations are being made to entertain large crowds on Friday and Saturday at the Motor City course The latter halfholiday card will be the fourth of the current meeting for which all gate admission fees are to be turned over to the turf war relief fund fundThree Three stellar attractions are planned for the Saturday sport at tlje Fair Grounds the 5000 Detroit Handicap a sixfurlong sprint for threeyearolds the 2500 Mackinac Handicap a one mile and a sixteenth test for threeyearolds and up ¬ ward and the 2000 Junior Bridle Handi ¬ cap a fivefurlong dash for twoyearolds twoyearoldsThe The Detroit has always been one of the outstanding offerings decided annually at the local course and last year 16 top flight threeyearolds contested With another strong band from that age division quar ¬ tered at the Woodward Avenue plant the 1943 renewal promises to be one of the best in the Detroits history historyAmong Among those expected to apply for weights in the feature are Dixianas Amber Continued on Page TwentyThree Racing at Detroit Oval Resumes This Afternoon AfternoonHorsemen Horsemen Liberal in Making Entries for EightRace Card CardContinued Continued from Page One OneLight Light victor in the Louisiana Derby this year Milky Way Farms fleet No Wrinkles Tall Trees Stables Sea Marriage and J Warfield Rodgers Dove Pie winner of the j 5000 Col Alger Purse on Memorial Day Although trainer W Graves Sparks of the Brown Hotel Stable announced that Seven l Hearts is coming along well with his prep arations that good son of Grand Slam jj and Lovie may not accept the issue in the Detroit DetroitOthers Others classed as probable starters for L the Saturday headliner are Mrs H P Bonners Star Blen and Careless Morris Wexlers Nippy who was recently acquired privately from Calumet Farm W W Nay lors Precipitous a recent victor here K Marleys West Coast invader Mabe Mon ¬ day Lieut Theo D Buhls Likeasnot Bo mar Stables Little Wizard and Geo Krehbiel Golden Man who gave a splen ¬ did account of himself last year as a two yearold yearoldThe The Mackinac is expected to draw a t clever field which probably will include s A F Walls By Conscript and Bonnie An ¬ drew The former was a driving victor inj the seventh running of the 5000 Motor r City Handicap here last weekend Among r others who may answer the bugle are Mrs Bonners Valdina Paul Lieut Buhls Sweep j Swinger Mrs Ellsworth H Augustus Tre lawny Mrs G Allens Florizan Beau who j captured the Inaugural Handicap T C Melroses Columbus Day Bomar Stables 3 Gals Pet and Mrs J F Hines Gold Teddy TeddyThe The Junior Bridle probably will prove g one of the best juvenile events of the 1943 3 Fair Grounds season Never in the local 1 tracks history have so many good young ¬ sters been on hand to take part in the a sport and among those expected to go postward next Saturday are Milky Way Farms speedy Red Wonder Eual Wyatts Good Going A Hirschbergs Black Badge Darby Dan Farms Darby Delilah Mrs Bonners Jo Bonner Douglas M Davis Hi Ty J and L Holtons Jo Agnes Gary Boshamers Flying Julia I J Collins Play Bob and S S Grier representative of the Rodgers Stable StablePost Post time for the Friday program will be at the usual twilight hour of 430 p m while the Saturday racing will get under way at 215 p m Eastern War Time

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