Many Stables Making Trek From Pimlico to Delaware, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-21


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Many Stables Making Trek From Pimlico to Delaware STANTON, Del., May 20.— With Mary lands major spring racing season com pleted and Delaware Parks May 29 open ing approaching, horses are now rollini into the local track in large numbers. Mn Marion duPont Scotts smart three-year old, Pintor, was among one group shippet from Pimlico by trainer Dion Kerr. Mn H. L. Straus Cup star, Pilaster, headed ■ shipment from the same track sent b: Frank Bonsai. A Brookmeade Stable strin, included the good three-eyar-old, Sug gested. Other groups from Maryland track included those of Morris Dixon, Jr Charles Camac, H. Sanderson, F. E.Fitz geraldr J. V. Stewart, Paul Groes, Doi Yates, Richard Taylor, Charles Shaw, I Barry Ryan and James E. Ryan. The latte was leading trainer at Delaware Park thi last two seasons. Calvin Rainey, steward here, and Jo* Stevens, Jr., in charge of the Stevens cater ing establishment, arrived to prepare fo. the opening. This will be Raineys thirc season in the Delaware stewards stand.

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