Metropolitan Handicap Stars Going to Suffolk: Shut Out, Attention, Don Bingo to Compete in Massachusetts, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-30


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I I I ! Metropolitan Handicap Stars Going to Suffolk Shut Out, Attention, Don Bingo To Compete in Massachusetts BOSTON. Mass.. June 29 —Trainer John Gaver. of the Greentree Stable, has advised racing secretary Charles J. McLennan that Shut Out will be shipped to Suffolk Downs for next Mondays running of the 0,000 added Massachusetts Handicap. Shut Out joins the ranks of William Helis Attention and Louis Tufanos Market Wise, among other invaders coming from New York. Just one year ago Shut Out. winner of the Kentucky Derby, made his first Boston trip for the running of the 5,000 Yankee Handicap. In a memorable stretch duel he hooked up with Valdina Orphan and came down to victory in the track record time of 1:5525 for the mile and three-sixteenths. He returns a year older, and with a recent victory in the Celt Purse at Aqueduct to show his fitness for the task ahead. From New York comes additional word that Bing Crosbys Don Bingo is another to join the post parade. He bested a proud field in the recent Suburban at Belmont Park and his connections are well satisfied with his assigned impost of 114 pounds for the Massachusetts. Word is being awaited at the moment re-I garding the plans of other outstanding eligibles for the 0,000 event. The Belair Studs Vagrancy, Charles S. Howards Mio-land, and the Woodvale Farms Our Boots, are all rated better than "probobles" for Mondays rich nine furlongs.

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