Michigan News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-04


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Michigan News and Notes DETROIT Mich June 3 3Edgar Edgar Barnes reported that H H Sen Sengers gers Lithograph will be on the sidelines sidelinesfor for a week or more after pulling up with witha a sprained back in her last engagement engagementTrainer Trainer Frankie Childs arrived here with Clarion Farms juvenile representative Spenda Penny V P Nichols Falling Leaves and Pokie Boy BoyApprentice Apprentice Sam Hall accompanied the string of horses Cecil Howard brought from Woodbine Park for H C Hatch Hall will fill the bulk of the saddle engagements for the Hatch stable here hereAlthough Although the high standard of quality is present as in previous years the riding colony gathered at Detroit for the 1943 session is the smallest since the inception of the Fair Grounds course in 1933 Rhody Hanrahan racing commission registrar stated that licenses for only 30 jockeys have been in use to date with nine apprentice riders licensed Jack Long stated this morning that Bless Me who J W Galbreath purchased from E R Bradley recently arrived and that the colt is none the worse for the trip Jockey Johnny Littrell has fully recov ¬ ered from the severe cold which kept him on the sidelines for a Tveek and is slated to don silks astride T B Cromwells Heyorta in the second race Saturday SaturdayMrs Mrs Edward McCuan purchased at private terms Wednesday from the Milky Way Farm the twoyearold filly Bomb ¬ eress a product of Flying Heels Epingle EpingleGlen Glen Smith one time riding star is on duty at one of the local defense plants but finds time to visit the track in the morning Smith galloped several of the Dixiana thoroughbreds for trainer Jack Hodgins on Thursday Ray Grundy trainer of the locally owned A F Wall stable announced that he had taken second call on the services of jockey Patterson Milligan The Bunkie La rider is under contract to the George and Joseph Cohen stable stableKing King Guerney grand nephew of the late John Oliver Keene and William Courtney Lexington Ky banker are at the Fair Grounds on business Ten horses property of the deceased master of Keeneland Stud are quartered here and plans are being made for the unit while Guerney and Courtney are in the Motor City J Oliver Brown track superintendent at the Detroit Fair Grounds directed a large crew of workmen here Thursday morning Every effort was being made by Brown and his staff to bring the Motor City racing strip into better condition for the re ¬ sumption of the sport here tomorrow tomorrowBruce Bruce Mclntire took up Fair Break the get of Unbreakable and Pantica for Douglas M Davis owner of High Hope Farm Several other Davis thoroughbreds are in Mclntires public stable Frank E Childs well known turfman whose horses are quartered at the Fair Grounds is again conditioning his charges after being absent with a severe cold coldC C E Nuckley and R T McCarney of Lexington Ky stopped at the Fair Grounds after a trip to Woodbine Park Their horses are presently campaigning in Canada under the supervision of K S Cleveland

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