Classic Nominations: Sixty Entered in Arlington Parks Rich Three-Year-Old Fixture.; Omaha, Rosemont, Roman Soldier, Firethorn, Black Helen, Nellie Flag and Others Named., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-10


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CLASSIC NOMINATIONS Sixty Entered in Arlington Parks ParksRich Rich ThreeYearold Fixture Omaha Rosemont Roman Soldier SoldierFirethorn Firethorn Black Helen Nellie NellieFlag Flag and Others Named Every good threeyearold Including sev ¬ eral which have not had the opportunity of bidding for the championship are in the field of sixty for the 1935 renewal of the 30000 added Classic Stakes Arlington Parks great mile and a quarter special scheduled for Saturday July 20 20Topping Topping the entries is the brilliant Omaha victorious in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness and out to duplicate the feat of his great sire Gallant Fox in the Classic as he has done in other events this season Gallant Fox Classic triumph clinched the threeyearold championship for him and the outstanding feature of Arlington Parks imposing array of headliners may do the same for his son sonOmah Omah is but one of four nominations sent in by William Woodward New York banker and chairman of The Jockey Club for his Belair Stud and he is the leading subscriber Gallant Prince Fitter Pat and Palma are other Classic entries from the Woodward stable stableWilliam William DuPont Jr prominent Delaware sportsman nominated Rosemont for his Foxcatcher Farms and the fleet son of The Porter may use the Classic for another chance at defeating Omaha as he did in the Withers Stakes recently Others of the betterknown colts entered in the race are Psychic Bid stablemate of Cavalcade which won the Classic for the Brookmeade Stable last year D B Midkiffs Tearout recent winner of the Latonia Derby Sachsenmaier Renters Texas Derby victor Roman Soldier which was second to Omaha in the Kentucky Derby Mrs Silas Masons Sun Portland a late development with the Illi ¬ nois Derby to his credit and Walter M Jeffords Firethorn second to Omaha in the Preakness PreaknessIn In the first running of the Classic in 1929 Blue Larkspur was called upon to prove his threeyearold supremacy by turning back the great filly Rose of Sharon and this seasons renewal of the event promises to provide another issue between the colts and fillies because of the presence in the Classic nominations of Edward Riley Brad leys pair of splendid lassies Black Helen and Bloodroot and of Warren Wrights Nel ¬ lie Flag Black Helen and Bloodroot are fresh from their onetwo triumph in the Coaching Club American Oaks and Nellie Flag is being freshened up for a very deter ¬ mined try for the Classic She was deprived of a winning chance in the Derby because of interference most of the way and she was not at herself in the Preakness running which was not surprising at that time of the year yearOther Other up and coming threeyearolds named for the Arlington special include Try Sympathy a member of Mrs Willis Sharpe Kilmers Fair Fields Farm Stable and one of the better twoyearolds last season Try Sympathy winner of the Hyde Park Stakes and other events as a juvenile now is just rounding to condition after a siege of sick ¬ ness this spring Mrs John Hertz improv ¬ ing Count Arthur is among her three eligi ¬ bles of which Scatter Brain has yet to start this year although training well wellThe The Classic nominations are as follows followsPolar Polar Flight Ann ORuley Omaha Gal ¬ lant Prince Fitter Pat Palma Ariel Cross Allen Z Boxthorn Black Helen Bloodroot Cumberland Psychic Bid Calumet Dick Nellie Flag Skip It Malbrouk Pompeys Pillar Finance St Bernard Watersplash Advantage Official Board Trade Debs Delight Bluebeard Rosemont Spanish Babe Gillie Plat Eye Blackbirder Baby Sis Our Reigh Count Arthur Scatter Brain Blue Gauntlet Firethorn Try Sympathy North Wales II Alberta Chief Cherokee Morpluck Kathleen S Marbite Myponne Sun Portland Mid Victorian Tearout Whis kolo Blue Armor Gallaclay Toro Flight Toro Nancy Eddie J Sir Ridgway Roman Soldier Hezdrel Cold Shoulder Gum Maddest

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