Detroit Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-31


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t DETROIT TURF NOTES t 0 M. M. Shields arrived from Aurora with Theron and San Lu. Victor Gentile, who had his first mount on Royal Durbar in the eighth race Wednesday, is a product of Detroit. He weighs 98 pounds and is under contract to Arthur Cragin, who rode for William Wallace twenty years ago. The Bomar Stables crack juvenile, Grand Slam, was shipped to Washington Park to fill his engagements in the Prairie State Stakes to be decided there Saturday. Mrs. E. Anderson traded the plater Stock Market to William Hartman for Black Signal. Jockey Frank Mauro, who arrived from New York Thursday morning, lost little time in getting into colors and was astride Lux-uro in the third" race Thursday. The horses Frank Gilpin brought here for E. F. Seagram, his own account and the Royal Stable, are Stand Pat, Santan, Shady Well, Field Goal, Husky Lass, Spartan Lady, Chastity, Archwood and Cooney. Nominations for the Belle Isle Handicap which will feature the program Saturday, June 8, will close Saturday. The race carries ,500 in added money and is for three-year-olds and over. It will be decided over six furlongs.

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