Illinois Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-04


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Illinois Notes WASHINGTON PARK, Homewood, 111., June 2. G. L. Wilson departed for Detroit with the lone performer Dicks Boy. Wilson is expected to return to the Chicago sector for the forthcoming Hawthorne meeting. Grover Noel shipped Wisktiger, Jumpy John, Air Arm, and Third Oval to Detroit, where the four charges will be turned over to Henry Forrest. The entire contingent is owned by the Exchange Stable. Roughn Tumble headed the formidable public unit maintained by Melvin "Sunshine" Calvert, which arrived at Arling-tonParki Oil .addition to. the: highly xe-z garded three-year-old, the stable -also in-* eluded Unbridled, Slinger, Abolere, Hit the Deck, Mr. Bingham, Infra Sirte, Flare, Miss Classic, Zacobra, and Lady Navarre. Calvert has had the contingent undergoing preliminary conditioning at the Keeneland race course. Duval Headley checked in at Arlington Park from Lexington, Ky., with his formidable public entourage. The shipment comprised Aunt Jinny, Hi Chrome, Jammu, Two and Six, Alacassula, Tisbury, Crown-lette, Enchanted Eve,, Calicut, Andre, Honey, Callima, and Carronnej

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