Mar-Kell Meets Pomayya and Ten Others of Her Sex in Cinderella: Askmenow and Joan T. Also in ,000 Arlington Stake at Washington Park Today, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-30


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Mar-Kell Meets Pomayya and Ten Others of Her Sex in Cinderella Askmenow and Joan T. Also * In ,000 Arlington Stake At Washington Park Today HOMEWOOD, 111., June 29.— The Cinderella Handicap, a ,000 stakes which will have a bearing on the 1943 filly and mare championship, will be renewed at Washington Park tomorrow and 12 members of the gentler sex have been named j to take part in it. Heading the field for the seven-furlong sprint, the second of sev-era! features to be run during the Arling-ton-Washington Park meetings exclusively for members of their sex, are Calumet ] Farms Mar-Kell and Brookmeade Stables Pomayya, who have been assigned 122 and 120 pounds, respectively. The first such stake here was the Princess Doreen, run last week. Other capable fillies and mares listed Cinderella Cinderella Handicap, Handicap, ,000, ,000, Three-Year-Olds Three-Year-Olds and and Upward, Upward, Fillies Fillies and and Mares, Mares, Seven Seven Furlongs. Furlongs. P.P. P.P. Horse. Horse. Jockey. Jockey. Wt. Wt. 1 1 — — Jerry Jerry Lee Lee P. P. Johnson Johnson 100 100 2— 2— Marion Marion Collins Collins H. H. Schuling Schuling 108 108 3 3 — — Askmehow Askmenow C. C. Bierman Bierman 108 108 4 4 — — Wiseasyou Wiseasyou F. F. A. A. Smith Smith 100 100 5 5 — — Joan Joan T. T. C. C. Bierman Bierman 109 109 6— 6— Begda Begda No No Boy Boy 106 106 7 7 — — Hometown Hometown No No Boy Boy 106 106 8 8 — — Rivagold Rivagold L. L. Dotter Dotter 105 105 9— 9— Pig Pig Tails Tails N. N. Jemas Jemas 110 110 10— 10— Emolument Emolument F. F. Zehr Zehr 108 108 11— 11— Pomayya Pomayya O. O. Grohs Grohs 120 120 12— 12— Mar-Kell Mar-Kell W. W. Eads Eads 122 122 among the entries for the Cinderella, won last year by the now-retired Blue Delight, are Woolford Farms Pig Tails, W. U. Ridenours Joan T., J. Kel Houssels Emolument, H. P. Headleys Askmenow, and Leslie Combs III.s Hometown. Mar-Kell already has given Chicagoans a sample of her prowess and may rule the favorite tomorrow. In her one and only start of the local season she won the mile War Admiral Purse from Kings Abbey; her stablemate, Whirlaway; Valdina Orphan, Aonbarr and others, and she accomplished the feat in easy fashion. Won Top Flight Handicap Just before leaving New York she won Belmont Parks Top Flight Handicap, and still earlier, in New Orleans last February, she captured the Washington Birthday Handicap from a field that included Pom-pion and Marriage. In Pomayya, however, she will be meeting one of the foremost contenders for filly and mare honors this year. Pomayya, who arrived from New York a few days ago, recently captured the Faireno Handicap at Aqueduct, beating Lochinvar, Soldier Song and Mioland, and before that won the Erin Handicap, in which she subdued the 1942 champion three-year-old filly, Vagrancy, What Not and Dark Discovery. Interest tomorrow also will focus on the performance of Askmenow, last year acclaimed the juvenile filly champion. In her outstanding effort this year, the Headley filly won the Pimlico Oaks, but she could finish no better than second to Valdina Marl in the Princess Doreen Stakes. Joan T. has a notable local triumph to her credit this meeting and she, too, is expected to make her presence felt. Her victory was achieved in the Rose of Sharon Handicap in which she beat the more- CoJitinued on Page Twenty-Six J I I j j I ! j i ] Mar-Kell Meets Pomayya In Cinderella Handicap Calumet and Brookmeade Racers Top Twelve in Homewood Event i Continued from Page One favored Pig Tails a head. A double winner at the Lincoln Fields meeting is Hometown, though she scored her victories at the expense of fields of middle-grade selling plat- • ers and whether she is a filly of quality has yet to be shown. The Cinderella tops a splendid program and the Arlington management confidently expects it to be witnessed by one of the fewest week-day crowds of the meeting.

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