Michigan News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-08


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Michigan News and Notes DETROIT Mich June 7 Mrs Harry Cecil Butkiewicz Detroit thoroughbred racing patroness left for Washington D C after witnessing the Fair Grounds program Saturday Mrs But ¬ kiewicz expects to return to the motor city before the local season concludes Apprentice H Hall accepted his first mount of the current meeting when he handled Goan in the second race here Sat ¬ urday for his employer H C Hatch Racing secretaryhandicapper Charles F Henry released his second book of condi ¬ tions to horsemen and the press Friday Col Edward P Shields made a business trip to his farm in Covington Ky Satur ¬ day returning to the Fair Grounds Monday Albert Johnson reported that W Bakers Gold Rust victor in several stakes at Mex ¬ ico City and Stinging Bee who was sec ¬ ond in the 100000 Pesos Handicap were shipped here from the Hipodromo de las Americas June 6 Lt James Hall who formerly raced a stable of horses is a visitor at the Fair Grounds while on leave from his Army duties at Fort Bliss Texas Lieutenant Hall is with the cavalry at the Lone Star State post Trainer R W Root brought in five head Friday from Beulah Park Besides Brother Jim Dazzlement and Fast Work who raced in the colors of Mrs R W Root are Isolde and Trump property of Mrs F Stafford Jerry Wolf who has been handling the outside engagement book for jockey Kemp ton Knott also has taken over apprentice Harry H Hart who is under contract to Harry Trotsek J W Johnston is an arrival and regis tered My Tet Rambler and Waltham Cross for A and R Craig also Mrs Johnstons Ever Hopeful and Season Call the property of Armstrong Wooters Dale Stafford sports editor and radio commentator from the Detroit Free Press was a press box visitor at the Fair Grounds Saturday Cragin Hoist have purchased the two yearold filly Miss Julie Y from the locally owned Dearborn Stable at private terms The junior miss is a daughter of Don Leon and Little Empress W F Lambert is an arrival at the Fair Grounds and registered the steeplechase performers French Jack and Olamara The pair is the property of W O Bridge Earl H Beezley acting for Mrs Beezley sold the handicap performer Samborombon to James Powers Dearborn Stable on Mon ¬ day Terms of the transaction were private and C Hyde Smith represented the De ¬ troit contingent in the deal dealOtto Otto B Johr who conditions the horses racing here for Mrs M M Johr reported that Imperial Betsy foaled a chestnut colt by Aerialist at the Johr farm which is located near Novi Mich Sammy Weisman former jockey who now is engaged in war work was a visitor at the Fair Grounds last week Weisman re ¬ ported that his wife recently presented him with an eightpound son and heir heirWilliam William Crump turned the twoyearold Our Merrick over to Howard Hoffman for training The juvenile is the property of J Cal Milam MilamC C E Graham is an arrival from his home in Terre Haute Ind to inspect the horses he has in training at the Fair Grounds under the supervision of C C Norman

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