Attention, Riverland in Dixie Line-Up: Pimlicos Historic Stake Draws Nine; Mioland Carries 122 Pounds, One Less Than Topweighted Pair in 0,000 Route Race, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-01


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Attention Riverland in Dixie LineUp Pimlicos Historic Stake Draws Nine NineMioland Mioland Carries 122 Pounds One Less Than Topweighted Pair in 20000 Route Race Dixie Handicap 20000 ThreeYear Olds and Upward One and Three Sixteenths Miles PP Horse Jockey Wt WtWDWright 1 Mioland WDWright 122 122P 2 Abbe Pierre P Roberts 107 107W 3 Tola Rose W Mehrtens ill illJRenick 4 Equinox JRenick 104 104J 5 Corydon J Lynch 107 107G 6 Attention G Woolf 123 123C 7 Anticlimax C Bierman 113 8 Riverland SEfrooks 122 122D 9 Firebroom D Scocca 113 A J Sackett and M Hirsch entry Tola Rose Attention PIMLICO Md April 30 A field of nine nineof of the better handicap stars in training trainingwas was named for the Dixie Handicap the thetimehonored timehonored race established in 1870 at atold old Pimlico PimlicoFor For tomorrows running of the 20000 added feature over the mile and three sixteenths distance local forecasters were in doubt as to the condition of the racing strip stripOf Of the nine named overnight two can be looked upon as Marylandrtrained They are Abbe Pierre and Firebroom The others were shipped here from New York and Ken ¬ tucky with this one stake as their objective Attention who came back to the races this spring with a smashing score in the Git tings Handicap will race as an entry with Tola Rose They are trained by Max Hirsch Attention will be ridden by the veteran George Woolf who is seeking his second triumph in this fixture fixtureTrainer Trainer Hirsch was on hand this morn Ing from New York to supervise the final blowouts of Attention and Tola Rose The former was sharpened up with a three furlong test in 36 while the Sackett colorbearer was called upon for a half mile breeze in 49 49Brooks Brooks Rides Riverland RiverlandRiverland Riverland from the Louisiana Farm pf the Miamian Harold Clark is another in ¬ vader from New York Riverland who accounted for the Excelsior at Jamaica in easy fashion just a week ago is well suited at the distance and is slated to carry 123 pounds the same burden alloted to Atten ¬ tion Jockey Steve Brooks will be in the irons ironsMioland Mioland from the entourage of the San Francisco patron Charles S Howard drew number 1 in the post positions but this 4 Oregonbred sixyearold has mpre or less been dogged by illracing fortune On sev ¬ eral occasions he was whipped by a matter of inches when he appeared to have an important stake within his grasp Tomor ¬ row he will be ridden by jockey Wayne Wright a past master in handling starters in big money races racesAnticlimax Anticlimax and Corydon the former owned by H P Headley and the latter from the Greentree Stable will renew their rivalry of the Clark Handicap In that race they finished inches apart with the Headley colorbearer prevailing Trainer Osborne also nominated Equinox to the race but this colt is looked upon as a doubtful starter starterThe The two Maryland colorbearers Fire broom and Abbe Pierre are owned respec ¬ tively by Mrs Ray Feinberg of Philadel ¬ phia and H M Babylon of Baltimore Abbe Pierre downed Firebroom in the Git tings in which they both finished back of Attention

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