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Approximately 200 Head Stabled at Ak-Sar-Ben Many Others Are En Route From Various Points to Omaha Track OMAHA, Neb., June 9. — With approximately 200 runners already stabled at Ak-Sar-Ben for the revival meeting which opens June 19, track superintendent Jim Ronin is rushing plans to handle many shipments which are headed this way and due to arrive in the next few days. George Adams, the Coloradoan, notified Ronin that he has 16 head on the way from Phoenix by rail, together with seven head belonging to H. Mattux and six of P. H. Banks. Adams had that good mare. Helen I., at the Omaha 1942 meeting. She is remembered by many fans for her three consecutive victories. From Santa Anita, Jimmy Roberts is shipping a car of fit and ready runners, while Starter Noel Chilcutt has advised Ronin that two carloads have already left I Tijuana for Omaha. Even Churchill Downs, home ai the Kentucky Derby, is sending its contingent to Ak-Sar-Ben, with the first shipment a car belonging to Danny Bauer, scheduled to leave Sunday. Frank Eblen. the Cumberland, la., horseman, is returning from Wheeling, West Virginia with a two-car shipment including his own stable and that of George Houston and several other horsemen. Latest arrivals included two fillies sired by Herbert M. Woolf s stallion. Larwin. The fillies, owned by W. C. Davidson and Son, Clarinda, la., are Grand View, a three-year-old. and Gaywin. a two-year-old. Others in the Davidson stable are Phantom Lady and Guinea Lad. Ted Zellers. the Lincoln horseman, has four horsese here including Bob On, and Red Burr. Gus Anderson, the Hoskins, Neb., veteran of the turf, is here with four offspring of his own stallion, Pharacase. They are, Case On, On the Case, Coo Case and Phar Elaine.