Spy Song Will be Reserved for Washington Park Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-08


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Spy Song Will Be Reserved For Washington Park Racing STICKNEY, 111., June 7.— Dixianas Spy Song, who cracked the Hawthorne track record for four and a half furlongs in scoring his twelve-length victory here on Wednesday, probably will not be under col-i ors again during the current Lincoln Fields meeting, but Chicago has not seen the last of him. He is eligible for both the Arlington and Washington Park futurities and his next public appearances in Chicago are to be made at the Home wood track. Spy Song, a son of Balladier and Mata Hari. is one of the best two-year-old pros-j pects uncovered here in a number of years, I horsemen say, and his further exploits will I be watched with keen interest by Chicago I racegoers.

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