1942 Lincoln Stake Winners to Return: Will Seek Laurels In Features Again; Signator, Technician, Equifox And Littletown Training Daily at Hawthorne Track, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-13


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1942 Lincoln Stake Winners to Return Will Seek Laurels In Features Again AgainSignator Signator Technician Equifox And Littietown Training Daily at Hawthorne Track TrackSTICKNEY STICKNEY 111 May i2 Among the many prominent thoroughbreds who will take part in the 30day Lincoln Fields meeting which begins on Monday at the Hawthorne track are four who won Lin ¬ coln Fields stakes last year They are Woolford Farms Signator and Technician Howard Wells Equifox and Charles Nuck ols1 Littietown and all of them already are on the scene pointing for features to be renewed here this spring springOf Of this group Equifox was the most suc ¬ cessful during the Lincoln Fields meeting a year ago for he accounted for both the La Salle and Lincoln handicaps stakes for which he again has been nominated The Wells horse has won the Lincoln Handicap twice for he also took it in 1941 Signator was the winner last spring of the Crete Handicap Technician accounted for the Francis S Peabody Memorial Handicap and Littietown captured the juvenile stake the Joliet in which he encompassed the defeat of Occupation OccupationA A sixth stake on the Lincoln Fields pro ¬ gram this spring is the Steger Handicap which was not staged last year A previous winner of that event however also is on hand this spring He is Joe Schenck an ¬ other member of the Woolford Farm string who won the 1940 renewal of this fixture Still another previous Lincoln Fields stakes winner back for another campaign is Mrs Marie Evans Shot Put who triumphed in the 1940 Lincoln Handicap and in the 1941 La Salle Handicap HandicapLittletowns Littletowns Progress to Be Noted v vMuch Much interest will be attached to the early efforts of Littietown this spring for until nee trouble forced him into retire ¬ ment last summer he was being rated jone of the brightest juvenile prospects of 1942 He whipped Occupation in the Joliet and then to demonstrate the feat was no fluke he defeated the John Marsch colt again in Arlington Parks Primer Stakes Then his knees began to give him trouble and soon afterward he was retired for the sea ¬ son Littietown was fired for his trouble over the winter and is expected to resume competition early in the Lincoln Fields meeting meetingLast Last years stakes winners however will not be the only horses of note to be here during the Lincoln Fields meeting Among others are Mrs Albert Sabaths Alsab John Marschs Occupation Valdina Farms Valdina Orphan and Rounders Woolford Farms Contradiction Galbreath Diensts Best Seller A C Ernsts Aletern and Al quest Miss Helen Hickmans Aonbarr John M Hutchins Woof Woof Mrs A M Creechs Valdina Groom Mrs John Marschs Blue Delight and Clyde Troutts Take Wing WingTom Tom Young who has charge of the allot ¬ ment of stalls for the Lincoln Fields meet ¬ ing says this association will have more good horses than it has had in some years and with so many of them ready for com ¬ petition the meeting should begin with racing of the highest quality

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