Detroit Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-22


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1 DETROIT TURF NOTES §v- @ Alf Abel reports the four-year-old Rustio Rest as greatly improved. The son of Rustic suffered a bad attack of colic Thursday. Abel is considering sending Marmion and St. Moritz to Hamilton to fill stakes engagements at that track. C A. Peck and Anthony Pelleteri, owner and trainer of West Main, arrived from Chicago. Jockey J. Longden will be here to ride the horse Saturday. Dr. C. N. Mooney, owner of Ted Clark and other horses here in charge of C. A. Marone, stopped off for a days racing en route to Chicago from his Toronto home. E. F. Seagrams Stand Pat was the third eligible for the Pontchartrain Handicap to test the slow track Thursday afternoon when he went a handy mile in 1:42% shortly after the third race. He was timed the quarter in :25%, the half in :50% and tho three quarters in 1:16%. Judge Joseph A. Murphy received a message from Ben Hagedon asking the whereabouts of Bryan Steele. Steele is asked to get in touch with Hagedon at Youngstown, Ohio.

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