Six Meet in Coaching Club Oaks Today: Askmenow Heads 0,000 Fixture; Fleet Headley Miss Seeks To Avenge Acorn Loss in Belmont Route Attraction, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-26


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Six Meet in Coaching Club Oaks Today Askmenow Heads 10000 Fixture FixtureFleet Fleet Headley Miss Seeks To Avenge Acorn Loss in Belmont Route Attraction AttractionCoaching Coaching Club American Oaks 10000 Three Year Old Fillies One and andOneHalf OneHalf Miles MilesPP PP Horse Jockey Wt 1 Tack Room A Schmidl 116 2 La Reigh J Longden 121 3 Askmenow C Bierman 121 4 Too Timely G Woolf 121 5 Pomrose CMcCreary 121 6 Evaporate No Boy 121 121H H P Headley entry Askmenow Evaporate EvaporateELMONT ELMONT L I N Y May 25 The Coaching Club American Oaks which is Belmont Parks counterpart of Englands famous Epsom Oaks embellishes tomor ¬ rows midweek competition Increased in distance to an exacting mile and a half last season this affairs 10000 endowment and historic prestige has lured a smart field of half a dozen threeyearold fillies for a jaunt once around the oversized main course courseMost Most familiar cf this array of aspiring turf queens is Hal Price Headleys Askme ¬ now who captured Pimlicos Oaks and in this engagement escapes the rather omi ¬ nous shadow of Calumets Nellie L who defeater aer in the Acorn AcornAskmenow Askmenow will have a running mate in the obscure Evaporate incidentally Her main rival may prov3 to be La Reigh in whose racing qualities Mrs J Hertz and Anthony Pelleteri are partners This leggy homebred daughter of Count Gallahad dis ¬ appointed in the Pimlico Oaks in which she sustained a blac eye through being struck by a clod and improved to be run ¬ nerup in the Acorn despite the muddy track that prevailed prevailedLa La Reigh creates a favorable impression and she is partial to big distances She looms especially formidable if the strip Ms dryToo dry Too Timely RunnerUp in Pimlico Oaks OaksThe The others who may be expected to fur ¬ nish an element of competition in this 27th edition of the Coaching Club are George Wideners Pomrose and King Ranchs Too Timely The last named Texan was run ¬ nerup to Askmenow in the Pimlico Oaks in which Pomrose finished a creditable third Completing a light but bright prom ¬ ised field is Preston Burchs widely cele ¬ brated black filly Tack Room RoomUnder Under the Coaching Club conditions conditionseach each carries 121 pounds with the lone ex ception of Tack Room She is a maiden maidenand and enjoys a fivepound pull carrying 116 116This This Belmont for fillies is sponsored by the Coaching Club of America which adds a decorative and coveted cup to the Westchester Associations monetary prize of 10000 10000In In the earlier years of its running Oaks Day was a gay and festive occasion mem ¬ bers of the Coaching Club and their friends journeying to the course in tallyhos and other nobby turnouts arriving early to picnic on the lawns lawnsWhile While the entries for Wednesdays card were being accepted several of Belmont Parks imposing colony of name horses went through interesting trials for ensuing en ¬ gagements gagementsWarren Warren Wrights doughty Whirlaway advanced another notch toward fitness for a resumption of his fabulously magnificent career when he went a handy seven fur ¬ longs in 49 101 l1415 and 127 pulling up a mile in 142 142Trainer Trainer Ben Jones is hopeful of starting Blenheim ns durable son in a sprint event before many days He reiterates that no thought is entertained of saddling Whirl away for Mondays 30000 Suburban SuburbanMiolaYid MiolaYid went through a mile move well In hand in 35 47 113 and 139 while Requested moved over the same ground in consummate style in 48 113 Vs 139 and up a mile and a furlong in 153 The main course was fast for these works

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