Rosedale Stakes Draws Eleven Juvenile Fillies: Bertie S., Pamela C. Topweighted-Leslie Grey May Rule Favorite, Daily Racing Form, 1944-04-26


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j j j j Rosedale Stakes Draws Eleven Juvenile Fillies Bertie S., Pamela C. Topweighted — Leslie Grey May Rule Favorite JAMAICA, L. I.. N. Y., April 25.— The Metropolitan Jockey Club is offering one of its traditional stakes in one division tomorrow, when the ,000 Rosedale for two-year-old fillies will highlight the midweek program at Jamaica. The fact that this five-furlong test for equine debutantes is being renewed as a singleton qualifies as news, for, of the four stakes already contested at the meeting, the Experimental Free Handicap and Wood Memorial were both split. Eleven promising fillies have been named overnight to contest the Rosedale. which was inaugurated in 1903 when W. H. Leeds Julia M. was the winner. The field in order of the weights is composed of Isadore Bie-bers Bertie S.. 119; Louisiana Farms Pamela C, 119; Longchamps Farms Leslie Grey, 115; Mimosa Stock Farms Annie Lea, 115; Greentree Stables Expression. 115; Biebers Pheecia. 115; Philip Godfreys Naval Station, 115; C. V. Whitneys Silver! Smoke and Fire Water, 110; Louisianas Pharamonda. 110, and Grant Thorns Meadow Maid with the same impost. i Preston Burch. president of the American Trainers Association, will probably j j [saddle the favorite for tomorrows 35th running of the Rosedale. He will tighten 1 the girth on Leslie Grey, who was an easy winner of her last start here, when she J , beat Mountaineer, Airflake and others over the same sort of muddy track that is sure to prevail tomorrow. Pamela C. and Bertie , S. loom as Leslie Greys chief rivals.

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