Ohio Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1957-05-08


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Ohio Notes HAMILTON, Ohio, May 7. William J. Passmore, one of Americas foremost steeplechase riders a few seasons back, has a well-balanced public stable in this area. Miss Shirley H. Willard of Toledo, Ohio, who has spent several years as exercise rider for numerous prominent American strings has been granted a trainers license. This comely miss will handle Mrs. Howard Redmond "s Blues Joy. Getty Bruce of Lexington: Indiana vanned in Thyne Ryne. Ex-jockey Tommy Kenwood was an arrival from New England with a six-horse stable headed by J. Bess Radiant Lady. Aflame. Ballykeel and Miss Midnight were vanned in from Webster. Mass., by trainer G. Casavant. Frank Fosters Linda H. headed the six-horse public stable which trainer R. Glass brought in from Wakanda. South Dakota Roman Charger headed the stable which W. T. Elkins brought in from Stone Mountain, Georgia. H. H. Morrissey of Louisville, Ky., is campaigning Dinah Lea, Corker. Buck Location, Gallant Pride and Gizeh here. A. Spirdionne of Union, Ky., is handling Eternal Boy, Big Liege, Eyesome, Palm Bay and Jeffs Echo for the H. R. Prewitt-H. G. Mullins stable. Jockey Paul Driscoll was an arrival from Laurel, Md. He will remain for the summers racing in Ohio. W. J. Russell sold Open Request, at private terms, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J Hayre. Trainer A. Spiridone brought Sure Quiz in from his farm, making six head he has in training at this track. FORT MIAML Maumee. Ohio. May 7. William Holborn, the Canadian saddle-smith, joined the large colony of riders now-plying their trade at the Fort Miami oval. Gunny Sack, a bay son of Halberd, who races under the banner of T. E. Baker, registered the fastest time of the meeting for five furlongs when he negotiated that distance in :5945 over a fast track here last Thursday. Raymond "Beany" Wymer. clerk of the scales at the Fort Miami oval, departed for Grove City, where he will assume similar duties at the Beulah Park meeting, which will be under way on Saturday. Bill Kelly, one of the stewards at the Maumee plant, returned from Detroit this morning. Kelly visited relatives in the Motor City over the week end. Spring Fever, a seven-year-olds mare, who races in the colors of F. Cuciardo, is the first thoroughbred to chalk up four victories at the meeting. She started five times and was second on one occasion. Pete Bonamy. publicity director at the Fort Miami plant, visited relatives in Detroit over the week end. Bonamy returned this morning to assume his duties. Jockey Kenny Robertson, leading reins-man at the current session, who was involved in a spill here a week ago Friday, will be back in action Tuesday. He rode two races on Saturday then canceled the remainder of his mounts, when his neck began to bother him.

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