Don Bingo Working Well for Brooklyn: Count Fleet Seen On Belmont Track; Tip-Toe, Bossuet Prep Over Aqueduct Strip for Week-End Engagements in Rich Dwyer, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-15


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Don Bingo Working Well for Brooklyn Count Fleet Seen On Belmont Track TrackTipToe TipToe Bossuet Prep Over Aqueduct Strip for WeekEnd Engagements in Rich Dwyer DwyerAQUEDUCT AQUEDUCT L I N Y June 14 Inter ¬ esting developments during the weekends training periods at Long Island courses were workouts by Binglin Stables Argen ¬ tinebred Suburban winner Don Bingo and Belair Studs internationally accomplished Foxbrough and the first appearance on the track of Mrs John Hertz sensational Count Fleet since he wrenched his ankle in the Belmont Stakes StakesDon Don Bingo preparing to attempt dupli ¬ cating his Suburban triumph in Aqueducts 30000 Brooklyn Handicap on June 28 opened up at Belmont Park Sunday morn ¬ ing with a snappy three furlongs in 35 and came back today with a mile and a furlong in 152 The colorful LatinAmeri ¬ can was unaccompanied in his trials and was unextehded in both his fractions for his distance move being 50 114 and 139 Foxbrough a brother of Gallant Fox and Fighting Fox who was top horse of Eng ¬ lands Free Handicap in his juvenile year and also captured important stakes upon his return to his native America showed the first move worth tabbing since essay ¬ ing a comeback when he breezed this morn ¬ ing at Aqueduct AqueductMr Mr Fitz strapping charge aired along a mile in 145 traveling in supple fashion throughout and as if he probably will re ¬ sume his storybook turf career in the near future barring some recurrence of his leg trouble He roamed the paddocks at Clai borne Stud for more than a year yearWill Will Hazard No Risks With Star StarCount Count Fleet attempted nothing more than a stroll around the Belmont training strip His wrenched ankle has greatly re ¬ duced and is progressing steadily to nor ¬ malcy under the constant and skilful at ¬ tention of his retinue Trainer Cameron hopes to have him in working condition again within the next fortnight but will hazard no risks of aggravating the injury injuryBelair Belair Studs candidates for Saturdays 25000 added Dwyer renewal of a mile and a quarter had useful preps over the week ¬ end on the scene of that valuable midsea ¬ son event This morning TipToe breezed a mile and a furlong in 156 arid Bossuet put in a mile in 145 under the same steadying wraps The racing surface was fast for these maneuvers and also for the others noted notedTuesdays Tuesdays program at the Queens County Jockey Club course is a thoroughly inter ¬ esting generally wellfilled arrangement The most valuable flat offering is the class C test of a mile and a sixteenth for fouryearolds and upward which is styled the Gotham and is for a purse of 2500 Seven were named for this event including Corydon who is top weight un der 123 pounds and is to be ridden by George Woolf and others who have ap ¬ peared in stakes such as Paperboy and Trierarch TrierarchThe The secondary offering from a monetary point of view is the 2000 Ladkin Handi ¬ cap at six furlongs for class C sprinters Nine have been named for this affair among them the top weighted Pompion carrying 122 pounds and such other shifty sprinters as Mettlesome and Ariel Lad with 120 apiece and Colchis toting 114 This should be a spirited sprint battle battleThe The days event through the field is the Repentant Steeplechase for which eight familiar hedgehoppers are promised

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