Nominees for Cinderella, Rolling Lawn, Glencoe: Run Trio of ,000 Handicaps at Washington Park This Week, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-29


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Nominees for Cinderella, Rolling Lawn, Glencoe Run Trio of ,000 Handicaps * At Washington Park This Week HOMEWOOD, 111., June 28.— With Arlington Parks second week of racing at Washington Park coming to a brilliant climax on the week-end with the fifteenth running of the famous Arlington Lassie Stakes on Saturday, racing secretary Webb Everett today announced the nominations for three other added money events which will !je up for decision during the week. In addition to Wednesdays ,000 Cinderella Handicap, for fillies and mares at seven furlongs, which drew 19 of the best of their sex, the other stakes are: Rolling Lawn Handicap, one and one-sixteenth miles on the turf course, three-year-olds and upward, ,000 added, to be run Thursday, July 1, 16 nominations. Glencoe Handicap, three-year-olds, seven furlongs, ,000 added, to be run on the same Saturday program with the Lassie, 15 nominations. The Rolling Lawn Handicap, first of four stakes to be run during the current meeting on the grass course, has among its 16 nominees three horses who hold North American records for grass courses — Reading II., Take Wing and Beautiful II. * " Reading II., now owned by J. A. Cas-son, won the Green Velvet Handicap at Arlington Park last year for Louis B. Mayer of Hollywood, who imported the horse from Australia. His mark for the mile and three-sixteenths was 1:58%, a new North American record for the distance. Take Wing Seeks Rolling Lawn Clyde Troutts Take Wing, winner of the Stars and Stripes Handicap at Arlington Park last July 4, also established a new record for turf courses when he won the mile and a furlong Flossmoor Handicap in 1:51 at Washington Park. Third of the record-holding trio, Beautiful II. established his mile and a sixteenth mark, 1:45, on Washington Parks grass course last week. Beautiful II. was bred in South America, was a good performer in Australia and was imported to America by the motion picture magnate, Louis B. Mayer, two years ago. The globe-trotting thoroughbred is now owned by Mrs. E. L. Hopkins. Other horses named for the Rolling Lawn are Galbreath and Diensts Best Seller, winner of last Saturdays 0,000 Equipoise Mile; A. S. Hewitts Some Chance, Green - tree StaLles Corydon, George Stempels Put In and i. H. Haags Devalue. John Marschs Occupation and William E. Boeings Slide Rule will hook up again next Saturday in the Glencoe Handicap. Occupations narrow victory over Slide Rule last Friday was one of the thrillers of opening veek at Washington Park. Other three-year-olds named for the seven-furlong Glencoe are B. B. Williams Ogma, V. L. Sheas Suncap, Eddie Andersons Burnt Cork and H. P. Headleys Ask-menow. Some of those in the Cinderella Handicap are Calumet Farms Mar-Kell and Nel-I lie L., the Brookmeade Stables Pomayya, I Woolford Farms Pig Tails, Walmac Farms Fad, H. P. Headleys Askmenow and Ruth I Sidells Burgoo Maid.

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