Stars For Chicago Stakes: Every Eastern Stable of Prominence Represented in Entries.; Whiskery, Laddie, Rip Rap and Scapa Flow Are Among Probable American Derby Starters--Mary Jane for Oaks., Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-08


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STARS FOR CHICAGO STAKES Every Eastern Stable of Promi ¬ nence Represented in Entries Whiskery Laddie Bip Rap and Scapa Flow FlowAre Are Among Probable American Derby DerbyStarters Starters 3Iary Jane for Oaks HOMEWOOD 111 June 7 Joseph McLen ¬ nan who will serve as racing secretary at Washington Park and also in the judges stand was an arrival during the day from New York where he had been for several days successfully doing missionary work in behalf of the Lincoln Fields stakes which close tomorrow tomorrowEvery Every eastern stable of prominence has made entries to the Lincoln Fields fixtures said Mr McLennan They are not of the complimentary kind either continued the of ¬ ficial Owners in the East are taking a keen interest in Chicago racing and have promised to send their best representatives to take part in the rich fixtures that will be run over the Crete course in July There is not a star racer in New York that has not been named in some of the Lincoln Fields stakes and they include Sarazen Crusader Mars Ma ¬ caw Bromley Chance Shot Osmand Dang ¬ erous Sanford Grey Lag Sweepster Cheops Display Black Panther John J Williams Peanuts Nimba Laddie Pompey Black Maria Son of John and others othersThe The American Derby is also engaging con ¬ siderable attention and it is more than prob ¬ able that Harry Payne Whitneys Whiskery will be among the starters as well as Laddie Rip Rap Scapa Flow and possibly one from the Hildreth stable stableTrainer Trainer James Rowe of the Harry Payne Whitney stable told me that he would send a big batch of entries for the Lincoln Fields stakes and Bud Fisher also has designs on some of the valuable races and will send his horses to Crete to race for the entire meet ¬ ing ingS S W Grant sent word from Fairmount Park that his Fred Jr would be shipped to Washington Park to be among the starters in the American Derby which will be de ¬ cided at Homewood June 18 Fred Jr was prevented from starting in the Fairmount Derby on account of an injury to his leg sus ¬ tained the day previous to the Derby DerbyFred Fred Jr is said to have fully recovered from his mishap and will have considerable support in the Washington Park fixture fixtureSewell Sewell Combs owner of Mary Jane advised that the filly was shipped from Latonia to ¬ day to Washington Park to start in the Illi ¬ nois Oaks on Saturday June 11 Mary Jane Continued on twentieth page STARS FOR CHICAGO STAKES Continued from first page won the Ashland Oaks at Lexington and the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs this spring She belongs to Gallagher and Combs Mr Combs is a member of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and president of the Kentucky Association at Lexington LexingtonA A telegram was also received from Hal Price Headley stating that Handy Mandy was shipped from St Louis today to run in the Illinois Oaks next Saturday SaturdayKrick Krick belonging to E J Holland arrived at Lincoln Fields yesterday having been shipped here to start in the Illinois Oaks OaksRoscoe Roscoe Goose trainer for Senator J N Camden president of the Kentucky Jockey Club states that Flattery will carry Mr Camdens colors in the Oaks OaksKeeneland Keeneland Stud will be represented by Damosel DamoselOther Other probable starters are Patricia Mar ¬ ian belonging to H L Crane of Chicago Ledge belonging to C B Schaffer owner of the Coldstream Stud Chaff belonging to the Dearborn Stable Thirteen Sixty be ¬ longing to Herbert B Gardner of Virginia Anita M owned by J J Greeley of Chicago Far Over property of Joliet Stable Joan DAlbret and Kum Kalessi belonging to Leona Stock Farm Mrs John D Hertz of Chicago Irene Rohan property of R Levine of Chicago Majoe property of Lyda Mae Stock Farm Jenny Dear property of L M Severson of Chicago and Mix Up and Yeddo property of Three Ds Stable which are trained by C E Durnell

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