Four Handicaps to Highlight Holiday Week-End of Sport at Detroit Course: Putitthere Goes After His Second Win of Meet Today In Best Offering on Card, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-28


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Four Handicaps to Highlight Holiday WeekEnd of Sport at Detroit Course Putitthere Goes After His Second Win of Meet Today In Best Offering on Card CardFAIR FAIR GROUNDS Detroit Mich May 27 Racing secretary Charles F Henry has turned his program for Friday over to the lesser lights of the local colony as the handicap division remains idle in prepa ¬ ration for the sparkling programs arranged for Saturday and Decoration Day Four handicaps ranging in value from 5000 to 15000 are set for decision over the holiday weekend and as these features cater to both threeyearolds and older horses at sprint and distance races it can be expected that the jest horses in their respective divisions will be under silks in the head liners linersThe The Man o War Handicap last Saturday saw Grissom and Shermans Sun Herod make an auspicious local debut but Leo Cailouettes Joes Choice gave him a mild scare in that running and will likely op ¬ pose him again Several of the others who finished back of this pair can be expected to benefit by the race to offer stiffer com ¬ petition Ray Ankenbauers Porters Broom was a front running winner of the Boots and Saddles on Saturday but at the end Louis J Hollenbachs Roi Rouge was fin ¬ ishing fast from a slow beginning to be second and if these two can be rematched in one of the weekend features they should provide an interesting tussle There are many others in the handicap division on the grounds who have not yet been seen under silks at the meeting and with handicapper Henrys revision of the weight assignments these headliners should be brimful of competition competitionThe The best offerings on Friday are the sixth and eighth races fashioned under identical conditions except for distance The sixth a dash of six furlongs has at ¬ tracted several entrants who have shown to advantage during this meeting Here Sidney I Crews Putitthere will attempt to make his score two in a row to followup his tally of Tuesday He will be opposed by F Ruscettis Slower who had speed to set all the early pace the other day but was forced to accept third honors honorsAnother Another likely to show to advantage is Midget Stbre from the stable of A C Douglas who was winner on opening day over less formidable opponents and his showing against these more highly valued rivals should prove interesting Samuel J Browns Hidden Ace David Zakoors Sil ¬ ver Sweep Mrs L H Silvers O K Boss and M T Van Bergs Keen Olo complete this very evenly balanced field fieldThe The field in the eighth race includes David Zakoors recent claim Bachelor Boy Wolverine Stables Edie Jane who lost her rider in her latest outing S J Browns Fleet Imp who might favor the distance over his latest sixfurlong test and Gris ¬ som Shermans Alrusha who was third last trip postward

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