Aletern Seeks Third in Row at Lincoln: St. Aubin Handicap Detroit Headliner, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-19


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Aletern Seeks Third in Row at Lincoln . i St. Aubin Handicap Detroit Headliner Black Badge Most Prominent Of Ten Juveniles Named for Race; Two Other Attractions DETROIT, Mich., June 18. — Three stellar attractions — the ,000 St. Aubin Handicap, the ,500 Lornoult Handicap and the ,000 Border City Handicap — are to feature an outstanding program which racing secretary-handicapper Charles F. Henry has arranged for presentation at the Detroit Fair Grounds tomorrow. The card shapes up as one of the best offered thus far during the 1943 Motor City season, and local track officials are making preparations to entertain a large crowd for the half-holiday sport. The Detroit Racing Association will donate all gate admissions received tomorrow to the Turf War Relief Fund. This will be the sixth such contribution made by the local iganization this year. Ten speedy two-year-olds are to clash in the St. Aubin, and A. Hirschbergs consistent Black Badge has been assigned top weight of 123 pounds for the five-furlong dash. Black Badge, a strapping son of Cohort — Pennant Girl, recently accounted for the Dejan Handicap, and he has visited the winners circle after three of his five starts. Black Badge, generally regarded as one of the best youngsters in training, recently was made a supplementary nominee for the Arlington Futurity. Red Wonder Threat Black Badge will have his work cut out for him in the St. Aubin, inasmuch as he is asked to meet shifty opposition. Milky Way Farms Red Wonder, a daughter of Foray II. — No Risk, gave a splendid account of herself at the recent Keeneland-Church-ill Downs meetings, and she is asked to shoulder 114 pounds in tomorrows stake. Red Wonder has won two of her four starts and in her last appearance at the Derby oval she soundly trounced a field which included such good ones as Darby Delilah, Lunch Date, Gold State, Jo Agnes and Easy Mary. Still others who must be given a good chance to earn major honors in the St. Aubin are Eual Wyatts consistent Good Going, who has been assigned 115 pounds; Cragin and Hoists improved Valdina Senora, 113; Dixianas Fulmar, 115: Morris Wex-lers Air Patrol, 112, and Mrs. George C. Whites Diamond Dick. 109. Rounding out the band for the headliner are M. T. Mc- Contirued on Page Two St. Aubin Handicap Tops Splendid Detroit Program Black Badge Most Prominent of Ten Juveniles Named for Event Continued from Page One Calls Valdina Idol, assigned 108 pounds; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Abels Gramps Image, 112, and the pair Harry C. Richards is to saddle, his own Brave Commando, 110, and Neville Dunns Fire Power, 111. Three-year-olds are to meet in the Lorn-oult. a mile and one-sixteenth test, and the band expected to answer the bugle for the secondary attraction includes two starters in the 1943 renewal of the Kentucky Derby, Mrs. Earl H. Beezleys No Wrinkles and J. Warfield Rodgers Dove Pie. The former colt gets in under 114 pounds, while the latter has been asked to shoulder 115, top weight. Lt. Theodore D." Buhls O. K. Joe, 105 pounds; Bomar Stables Little Wizard, 111; Mrs. C. C. Winters Moretto, 114, and Mrs. Frank J. Navins Tall Trees Stable representative, Sea Marriage, 110, complete the field for the route event. The six-furlong Border City also brings out a crack field of sprinters, and Mrs. H. P. Bonners Defense has been assigned the post of honor, with 116 pounds. Suffering bad racing luck in the recently decided Cadillac, Defense is expected to make a much better showing in tomorrows race. Careless, whom the Bonners purchased from Calumet Farm, is to race coupled with Defense, and he will compete under 103 pounds. Morris Wexler, Cleveland sportsman, will have a strong hand for the Border City in his entry of Dispose and Best Reward. Dispose will go postward under 112 pounds, while Best Reward is asked to shoulder a similar impost. The latter gave a fine performance last week-end in the Cadillac, leading his 13 rivals from the start of that six-furlong race until near the finish. Tiring slightly in the late stages of the Cadillac, Best Reward was beaten a neck and a head by Wise Moss and Gold Princess. Rounding out the field for the Border City are Dearborn Stables Samborombon, 112; Ellstrom Bros. Col. Teddy, 102; Sterling S. Ganos Sarah Loraine, 107; G. and J. Cohens Big Meal, 105; J. Howard Rouses Three Percent victor in the Boots and Saddle Handicap, 111, and Ken Marleys Dogpatch, 110 pounds. The last-named performer ran a fine race in the Cadillac, breaking last in the field of 14 and finishing a stoutly going fourth.

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