Maine Chance String at Washington: Stakes Candidates Included in Unit, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-28


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1 4 j iH sHH. v— ! ! 1 Maine Chance String at Washington j TOM SMITH— Arrived at Washington ; Park with Maine Chance Farm horses. 4 ! ! 1 j ; Stakes Candidates Included in Unit Have Seven Nominees for Hyde Park on Week-End, Two for Princess Doreen HOMEWOOD, 111., June 27.— The arrival oday of the Maine Chance Farm horses lent additional interest to the Hyde Park Stakes and the Princess Doreen Stakes, which will be presented as the features of Saturdays program at Washington Park. Among the horses Tom Smith brought here from New York for the stable maintained by Mrs. Elizabeth Graham were seven nominees for the Hyde Park, a spin of five and one-half furlongs for two-year-olds, and two for the Princess Doreen. a contest of six furlongs for three-year-old fillies. The Maine Chance Hyde Park nominees are Colony 3oy, Star Pilot, Harveys Pal, They Say, Lord Boswell, Knock Down and Sugar Lea, while the two Princess Doreen hopefuls are War Date and Sharp Watch. Colony Boy, Star Pilot and Harveys Pal cost a total of 6,000 at last summers yearling sales. Colony Boy, the most ex- pensive purchase of the auctions, having been bought for 6,000. They Say was win- ner of the Juvenile Stakes at Belmont Park this spring. Additional Princess Doreen Eligibles Twenty -eight juveniles are eligible for the Hyde Park, while 17 have been named for 1 I the Princess Doreen. Two additional Princess Doreen candidates were announced 1 l I today, their entries posted before closing 1 time just having arrived in the mail. They 1 j I are Col. C. V. Whitneys Flyweight and Silver Smoke. 1 Besides several of the Maine Chance youngsters some of those expected to compete in the Hyde Park are Mrs. Louise Dono-■ vans Fighting Frank, winner of the Bash-1 ■ ford Manor Stakes, and Breezy Louise, star of the Debutante; John Marschs Franks Choice. Calumet Farms In Earnest and j High Shine. A. C. Ernsts Aladear, the In-, dian Rocks Stables Inroc and Herbert M. . i • Woolfs Oh Boy. Franks Choice could give ; the Marsch stable its second victory in the ; Hyde Park, for Free for All won it for the same Chicago patron last summer. Standing out among the eligibles for the ; Princess Doreen. in addition to the Whitney ! and Maine Chance fillies, are Thomas 1 Piatts Come and Go, winner of the Ashland J Stakes and Kentucky Oaks; R. W. Mcll- jvains Wallflower; Calumet Farms Twosy ! land No Blues: the Indian Rocks Stables ; Cross Bayou: Woolfs Devastating: Dr. Eslie Asburys Blue Skimmer, and Mrs. Jake Lowensteins Jamae. *

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