Bainbridge Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-26


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t BAINBRIDGE TURF NOTES ?i s Joseph Cattarinich, managing director of Bainbridge Park accompanied by Robert S. Eddy, Jr., were in Chicago today to attend a meeting of the Illinois Turf Association. Mr. Cattarinich will return to Cleveland tomorrow. Additional stables arrived here this morning. C. Garrigan came in with Light Nun and Hazel Gumberts; W. A. Whiteside brought Arrow; Leo Ruzikas trio included Dreamy Belle, Sally Irene and Outcry. I. S. Shafer recently disposed of his horse, Social Climber, to Miss L. Blair of War-rensville Heights. Miss Blair is a local turf enthusiast and is starting to build a stable of her own. It is also reported that a prominent Cleveland merchant is contemplating the purchase of Shaf ers Princella. Princella, after a winters rest, is reported to be in good shape. Rain transformed the Bainbridge track into sticky mud Wednesday, but a large week-day crowd saw the racing. A large field is expected to compete in the Cleveland News Handicap, for three-year-olds and upward, over a distance of six furlongs, next Saturday afternoon. SucH horses as Towee, Fortunate Youth, Dollar Princess, Cambridgeshire and others will go to the post. Shipments of horses continue to arrive at Bainbridge, and the last count showed more than 600 stabled at the Geauga County course, not to mention those quartered at Thistle Down. Ohio racing has commanded the attention of more large stables this year than ever before, and a better grade of thoroughbreds has responded to racing secretary Dick Leighs conditions. C. B. Marlman arrived today with six head, the property of Emil Denemark, of Chicago. Jockey R. Clemons has been engaged to do the riding for the stable of George "Slim" Edwards will make his engagements. Ray Forsha, who has one of the largest stables racing at Bainbridge Park, announced that he will introduce a new "apprentice rider to local fans on June 12 in James King, a Cleveland lad, who has been galloping horses for his stable for about two years. King" is sixteen years old and will ride at eighty-five pounds.

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