Ohio Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-15


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Ohio Notes CRANWOOD PARK, Warr ensville Heights, Ohio, May 13. Trainer Bob Rinaldi arrived with a draft of horses belonging to Virginia McKenney and Wayne Kendrick. They came from Lincoln Downs. Jockeys R. Head. M. Little. B. Mills, P. OBrien, A. Pafundi, J. Patnode, B. Ryan, E. Torres, J. Ulmer, C. Wright, C, Waller, and apprentices T. Kane and R.~Keeder were among the most recent additions to the riding colony who will be seen in action during the current meeting. J. Roy Brown checked in with eight head. The speedsters campaigned during the winter at Sunshine Park. L. S. Busby arrived with a pair from Charles Town. They are Elegant Lad and Paper Cup. Pine Farm Stable which is owned by Steve TJtz, has five head here. King Pine and Lucky are the strong hands in this outfit, which is trained by Ray Jeanette. Red Rascal, Red Different and Something Good complete the draft. "Prank Perry arrived with 13 head from Charles Town, while the partnership of Covington and Clatterbuck checked in with a quartet headed by Weatherman, who accountedjfoF his. last three jstarU. « .1 * • „ v era F. J. Wiles was another arrival from the Charles Town course. Hy-Ty is the star of this group. E. W. Levy arrived from Rhode Island with three head. Platterette heads the draft, who won a handicap at Randall, last summer. An arrival from Sportsmans Park in Illinois was H. Ekey, with four horses, headed by Teegee. J. R. Queen, the veteran trainer from Turtle Creek, Pa., who has been racing at the recently - concluded Charles Town meeting, registered a quartet here. H. G. King brought four head from his farm in Pennsylvania. They have been freshened up for a campaign at the current meeting. J. T. Flynn arrived from Lexington, Ky., with 11 thoroughbreds that he will race at Cranwood. L. Farnsworth, who raced at the recently concluded Charles Town meeting, registered, three here at Cranwood. Jack Elder checked in yesterday with seven head. He arrived from Beulah Park, while Jack English registered five. He arrived from Phoenix, Ariz. J. W. Browning registered eight thoroughbreds. Dark Buckle and Dauntless Bo head the contingent. , A; s , . » * v iij ■ - ■. y

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