Three-Year-Olds in Lincoln Events: Six in Good Goods; Ten Seek Rushaway; Eagle Look and Mel Hash Rated Early Favorites in Respective Co-Features, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-19


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Three YearOlds in Lincoln Events Six in Good Goods Ten Seek Rushaway RushawayEagle Eagle Look and Mel Hash Rated Early Favorites in Respective CoFeatures CoFeaturesWASHINGTON WASHINGTON PARK Homewood 111 May 18 The six furlongs Rushaway Purse and the onemile Good Goods Purse are to cofeature the third program offered by the Lincoln Fields Racing Association at this South Side course tomorrow Both top attractions are for threeyearolds and the Good Goods will bring out six sophomores while 10 are entered for the Rushaway RushawayThe The Good Goods spotted as the fourth number on the midweek card should de ¬ velop into one of the better races of the matinee Howard Wells Eagle Look who was rated a top prospect in his age division during the Kentucky spring season is to meet some rather sturdy opposition in the eightfurlong test testEagle Eagle Looks best effort this year came about during the Keeneland meeting when he scored over some formidable company at threequarters of a mile For a time Eagle Look was regarded as a potential candidate for Kentucky Derby honors but trainer Wells became convinced that his colt was not up to such a strenuous race as the mile and onequarter classic and reserved Eagle Look for campaigning in Illinois this season seasonTri Tri Step Won at Churchill ChurchillThe The Augustus Nahm Stable which sent Eternal Reward out to score in the Crete Handicap on inaugural day is to be represented in the Good Goods by Tri Step A wellconformed colt Tri Step showed occasional flashes of class during his Ken ¬ tucky season and recently visited the win ¬ ners circle at Churchill Downs Under the allowance conditions of the Good Goods Tri Step and Eagle Look each will shoulder 113 pounds The ells colt ran third the Derby Trial beaten by a length and three quarters by Citation CitationCompleting Completing the field for the Good Goods are Woolford Farms Approval Mrs A B Karles Kaslick John Marschs Execution and Moor Blue the property of Higgins Warby Kaslick scored at Louisville Ap ¬ proval won on two occasions in Florida early this year and Execution failed to show to good advantage before his ship ¬ ment to Illinois IllinoisTorrance Torrance C Melroses Mel Hash con ¬ sistent and hardhitting son of Hash is the probable choice for the Rushaway Purse Mel Hash has been a frequent vio tor this year and he holds decisions over such highly regarded threeyearolds as Mrs John Payson Adams Grandpere and Charles ONeils Galedo The latter pair bowed to the Melrose star in a preDerby sprint at Churchill Downs Mel Hash seems to be at peak form and he is a dangerous contender at the Rushaway weights weightsJoseph Joseph A Goodwin will send a steady colt postward for the RUshaway in Elk horn Shady Brook Farm will depend on Cascadian Dixiana is to start Safety First and Peter J Valenti will rely on Caillou Rouge who raced smartly at the Sports ¬ mans Park meeting Kennedy Wilker son will send out Big Ditch Great Lakes Stables silks are to be carried by Bold King and Helen S Reinemans hope in the dash will be Nomic NomicWilliam William Crump onetime riding star and now the successful trainer of a large public stable will saddle W M Wickhams With astar and Wickers Wish for the sprint Both Crump charges have trained satisfac ¬ torily for their Chicago seasonal debuts and the entry is expected to play a promi ¬ nent role in the Rushaway RushawayThe The remainder of tomorrows program is well balanced and full fields are to contest In several of the supporting events Four yearolds and upward are to meet in the first and second sevenfurlong races horses from the same age divisions will clash in the sixfurlong fifth and the one mile and one furlong seventh and eighth numbers

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