Michigan Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-29


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Michigan Notes DETROIT, Mich., June 28. Howard Hoffman, acting for T. C. Melrose, Cleveland owner, purchased the two-year-old, Cuban Bomb, from Mrs. J. Tor-riente. The juvenile miss, a daughter of Qood Advice and Predicament, won her, only start here. i Edward McCuan shipped Booter Mc and , Prahs to Toledo for campaigning at the Fort Miami meeting. Hotzea, a member of the Dearborn Stable, is suffering with a high fever and little j hope is held out for the recovery of the five- y year-old gelding. Morris Wexler retired To Boot from racing and the horse has been turned out at a local farm. E. Neubauer, who recently resigned as trainer for the Al Wellman stable, is to continue conditioning Hi-Carl for Stuller and Pardo. Henry Torriente received three additional horses for racing at the Fair Grounds, Mil- j j ton Shagrins Mr. Grundy, Morris Wexler s j j Ace Fleet and Canteen Miss. |

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