All Detroit Stall Space To Be Filled Next Week: Stables Are Arriving Daily; Several Expected From Downs, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-15


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All Detroit Stall Space To Be Filled Next Week WeekStables Stables Are Arriving Daily Several Expected From Downs DownsDETROIT DETROIT Mich May 14 The Detroit Racing Association will begin its 1948 spring and summer meeting on Saturday May 22 and stage all of its traditional handicap features during the forthcoming season which is expected to be the best in the Fair Grounds tracks history Stables are arriving daily and general manager George W Lewis stated that all available stable space at the Woodward Avenue rac ¬ ing grounds will be occupied before the inaugural program is presented Many reg ¬ ular participants in the Detroit sport are expected momentarily from Churchill Downs which closes its spring meeting on Saturday Stalls have been reserved for the Mrs Lottie Wolf stable trained by B ¬ Harold Raines the Carl Graham and R S Byrum unit which is conditioned by Byrum and the public stable that Henry Forrest looks after Several other powerful estab ¬ lishments will come in from the Kentucky Derby track in time to take part in the inaugural day sport sportRacing Racing secretary and handicapper Charles F Henry is on the grounds and he expects topclass fields to go postward in the three features he has scheduled for decision on opening day The 10000 Boots and Saddle Handicap at six furlongs for threeyearolds and upward and the 7500 Man o War Handicap one mile and one sixteenth for horses from like age divisions close for entries on Thursday May 20 The Inaugural Purse five furlongs for two yearolds is an allowance event Edward A Miller who is presently assisting with the first week of the Cranwood Park meet ¬ ing will arrive at Detroit on next Sunday and he again will assist in the office of the racing secretary and handle the public address system microphone Miller is a veteran with the Michigan organization organizationHarry Harry Trotsek who handled the novice jockey school so well last year again is to look after the young reinsmen He reports that there will be no shortage of suitable riding material here and older boys who expect to be on hand are areW W M Cook Jimmy Duff Pat Milligan Jimmy Reynolds Freddie Wirth George Monson E J Knapp Don Sheppard Jimmy Combest Freddie Pannell and Harry Hart Novice riders who will don silks here are Louis Cook Eddie Stoner F Perticarri Tom Pico L Aliseo G Jordon J LaMontagne D Miller and B Menttessi

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