Best Seller May Strive For More Downs Laurels: Points for Secondary Handicap On Same Card as Kentucky Oaks, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-07


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FRANK CATRONE Will ship the en lire Valdina Farm string 30 strong to Hawthorne for the Lincoln Fields meet ¬ ing immediately upon the close at Churchill Downs Best Seller May Strive For More Downs Laurels LaurelsPoints Points for Secondary Handicap On Same Card as Kentucky Oaks OaksLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE Ky May 6 Best Seller Galbreath and Diensts winner of the Churchill Downs Handicap may make his second start of the local season in the seven furlong handicap which will serve as the principal supporting feature on the program headlined by the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs on Saturday The son of Blue Larkspur warmed up for that en ¬ gagement this morning in a fivefurlong drill which he executed in 102 breezing and was pronounced by his connections fit and ready for his best this weekend weekendBest Best Seller was a romping winner of the mile Churchill Downs Handicap and on the strength of that performance probably will rule the favorite for Saturdays test His principal rivals in that engagement are ex ¬ pected to be A C Ernsts Aletern who won Keenelands Ben Ali Handicap and J H Rouses speedy Three Percent PercentAmong Among others who may also be found in this sprint are the Tail Trees Stables Ball Player Mrs Marie Evans Shot Put and Mrs Emil Denemarks Three Clovers CloversContinuing Continuing to rule as favorite for thej 5000 Kentucky Oaks which will test threeyearold fillies at a mile and a six ¬ teenth is Valdina Farms Valdina Marl This daughter of Teddys Comet who won Keenelands Ashland Stakes from a field that included the Pimlico Oaks winner Askmenow is coming up to Saturdays en ¬ gagement in splendid fashion and her con ¬ nections are looking for her to give Val ¬ dina Farm its second success in the local fixture Valdina Myth won the Oaks for this establishment in 1941 1941Her Her opposition Saturday is expected to come from such fillies as Calumet Farms Nellie Iif Max Marmorsteins Edie Jane Morris Wexlers Nippy J O Keenes In the Night and Joseph E Meiers Bold Style

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