Put In, Take Wing Go in Grass Event: Record Holders on Turf Are Among Nine Entered In Seabiscuit Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1944-06-22


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Put In Take Wing Go in Grass Event EventRecord Record Holders on Turf Are Among Nine Entered In Seabiscuit Handicap HandicapHOMEWOOD HOMEWOOD 111 June 21 Put In and Take Wing both of whom hold records on the turf at Washington Park will strive for honors in the Seabiscuit a 4000grade C and D handicap which will feature the racing at the Homewood course tomorrow Take Wing holds the mile and sixteenth record jointly with Beautiful II and the mile and one eighth mark on the grass while Put In is the recordholder for one and threesixteenths miles The rivals have been going well for their first meeting of the year Put In has been racing with the best at Bay Meadows and experiencing con ¬ siderable success while Take Wing was a recent handicap winner at Hawthorne HawthorneThe The distance of the Seabiscuit Handicap will be one and onesixteenth miles and Put In will have top weight of 118 pounds with Take Wing next in line with 116 The seven others named are Son of War owned by the Los Angeles sportswoman Anita King Martian who raced well at both Sportsmans Park and Hawthorne Blue ¬ berry Pie who performs for Max Factor the Hollywood cosmetic king Bushwhacker winner of the first handicap at Hawthorne this season and Whose Baying and De ¬ value valueNightcap Nightcap Also on Turf Course CourseThe The Seabiscuit will be one of two turf races run off Thursday The other which is also at one and onesixteenth miles will close the card Numbered among the pro ¬ spective starters are Cincinnatus who grad ¬ uated at Hawthorne Tusco who also con ¬ nected during the Lincoln Fields session at the Stickney track and Jayakay Valdina Nymph Rose Canyon and others of like ability abilityThe The second feature of the afternoon will be an event at one mile in which six are expected to go to the post Brown Mate looms best on past performances and he will carry 115 pounds with the apprentice allow ¬ ance Sunny Portress also will have 115 pounds aboard while the others are Jamer ¬ ica a Hawthorne winner with 112 and Deseronto Eugene and Ibex with 109 pounds poundsThose Those former good handicap horses Osmand and Menow will each have one of tomorrows races named for them The Menow which will be for twoyearolds at five and onehalf furlongs will find Bolo Miss a clever victress at Hawthorne at ¬ tempting to make it two in a row and meet ¬ ing with stiff opposition from such as Fox Rime favored last out Limestone a win ¬ ner at Hawthorne Iron City Bosage and the like likeThe The Osmand is a grade D race at six furlongs for threeyearolds Holdall and Missy Miss have been named by Bob Mc Garvey trainer for H Tikulski Observer and Valdina Maiden by J M Hutchins and Paddle and Hemite who will go as the Green Pasture StableHal Price Headley entry Both are trained by Knox Osborne

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