Detroit Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1936-05-25


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DETROIT TURF NOTES f Robert Conley, Chicago youth who is under contract to Mrs. A. M. Creech, suffered a broken lef Thursday morning when he was thrown from Albino. Conley was exercising the juvenile when the youngster became unruly. H. "Duke" Gallert is making the engagements of jockey Earl Porter, who scales 106 pounds. Mrs. C. C. Winters, local patron, has Bald Crest, Count Rae, Witson, Thistle Jock, Pokeaway and Flower Day here in charge of A. Lamoureaux. Marion Allen is training one of the largest strings he has handled in years. A great majority of them race under his colors, while he has Highomar and Quasimodo for R. Greenlee. Those which will sport the Allen silks are Born Lucky, Eva B., Aurebon, Brigade B., Her Gold, Boy Valet, Albuquerque, Chiefs Pride and Col. Hatfield. Grand Rock, King Bonny, Brilliant Rose, Hasty Rock, Cohort Girl and Duckie Rose, the property of J. E.. Mason, arrived here in charge of trainer H. W. Steele. Jockey Johnny Deering, local youth who was very successful during the Arlington Downs season, arrived from Narragansett Park Saturday morning. "Sonny" Greenberg will make his engagements. L. C. Everitt arrived from Ohio with Hocking, Hi Seek, Ely W., Miss Fairfield, Bernard F., Sun Mate and Sun Jug. They are the property of I. J. Collins, former member of the Ohio Racing Commission.

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