Detroit to Draw Many Locally Owned Stables: Powers, Grissom and Sherman, Guinta, Brown Strings to Race, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-19


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Detroit to Draw Many Locally Owned Stables Ppwers Grissom Sherman Guinta Brown Strings to Race FAIR GROUNDS Detroit Mich May 18 Under the active supervision of gen ejal manager George W Lewis the entire official staff of the Detroit Racing Asso ¬ ciation is busily engaged in premeeting activities for the 85 day session that gets under way here on Saturday May 22 and continues through August 28 There is much paper work to be done in connection with the arrival of the many stables that are either on the grounds or en route and ail hands are cooperating to make for smoothness of operation when the meeting gets under way Many Detroitowned stables of consid erable size and prominence are in quarters ppd the roster of Motor City sportsmen who race stables is large and growing Among the larger establishments assigned stall space which claim Detroit as their base are Mrs Lottie Wolf the Dearborn i T r s pOwers the powerful string racing for the partnership of Gris som Sherman the L H Silvertrained menage of Joseph Guinta and the hard ¬ hitting horses of P R H L Hinton of nearby Plymouth Mich MichDetroit Detroit patrons will be introduced to the maroon and white silks of a new locally owned racing establishment when the thor ¬ oughbreds of Samuel J Brown Detroit theater operator go postward They will require no introduction to the trainer of the string who is Stanley Lipiec who has often led and always been high on the list of successful conditioners at the Fair Grounds Lipiec brought 23 Brownowned horses from Lincoln Downs R I where the stable led the list of winners by a larger margin marginDetrpitr Detrpitr owned establishments will not have things their own way by any means for the Fair Grounds will be the hub at which stables from all sections of the coun ¬ try will be represented A random glance shows that L W Kidd will be on hand again from California Earl H Beezley and M H VanBerg will represent Nebraska A R Craig sent their horses from RhodeJ Island Norman B Hernandez came on from New Orleans and W J Susini arrived from Maryland Neighboring Canada vfH also be represented by such Downers as R S McLaughlin and Arthur Halliwell to add an international flavor to the raging pic ture All stalls on the grounds have long since been allotted

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