Hawthorne Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1936-05-26


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1 HAWTHORNE TURF NOTES $ T. A. Janicki vanned the three horses he he campaigned at Aurora for S. Murphy and J. Rosbuski, namely, Donau, Avail and Fair Dora, and stabled them at Hawthorne. The six-year-old black gelding Hour Zev will be trained by J. Benedetto in the future, it was announced. J. OSullivan formerly looked after this detail. N. K. Beal, who trained the runners owned by the late Joseph Leiter of Chicago, brought two horses to Hawthorne from Aurora which will race in the interests of Mrs. N. K Beal. They are Prince Plato and Diane Thome, the latter being leased from Dave McCul-lough. E. R. Bradleys Bow and Arrow and Superior Stables Holl Image, which started in the Latonia Derby last Saturday, arrived at Hawthorne Monday morning, where they rejoined their respective stables. Milky Way Farms highly-regarded juvenile Case Ace, which bucked in his winning effort and first start at Churchill Downs, was returned to training Monday when trainer Robert McGarvey sent him a slow three-eighths. This colt is extensively engaged and is expected to prove the star juvenile of the stable, which also harbors such other good youngsters as Murph, winner of the Bashford Manor Stakes at Churchill Downs, Fast Express, Dogaway and other speedy beginners. Leo Spitz, member of the state racing commission, was in Chicago over the weekend, stopping off en route from Los Angeles to New York. While here he went into matters pertaining to the current racing season with commissioners Peter A. Carey and Walter C. Peacock. He expects to make a longer visit here on his return trip. The Tranquillity Farm Stables Song-maker, a starter in the Latonia Derby last Saturday, was an arrival from the Milldale course and went into, quarters at Hawthorne,

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