Eternal Bomb Competes In Detroits Top Race: Kinard Three-Year-Old to Face Opposition From Woodward Entry, Daily Racing Form, 1948-06-04


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Eternal Bomb Competes In Detroits Top Race RaceKinard Kinard ThreeYea rOld to Face Opposition From Woodward Entry EntryFAIR FAIR GROUNDS Detroit Mich June 3 Threeyearolds hold the center of in ¬ terest on Fridays program at this course when a hardhitting and particularly evenlymatched field of sophomores will be sent postward in the Kay Spence Purse This is a test under allowance conditions jover the six furlongs distance that is brim ¬ ful of competition and the winner could come from almost any quarter quarterJ J A Kinard Jr has named his gray Eternal Bull colt Eternal Bomb to the headliner and it may be that he will take the place of favoritism from the O F Woodward pair Chippewa Chief and Mighty Fox Eternal Bombs most recent victory was a score over 7000 rivals at Churchill Downs in a six furlong dash that I found him eight lengths before his nearest rival at the end He had also accounted for an allowance race at New Orleans on I I the first day of theiyear Chippewa Chief was winner of an allow ¬ ance race at Tjropical Park in midApril and as7 consistently close m his Florida campaigns flla ohdness for c Detroit racing strip was evidenced when he won two races Jiere as a juvenile J ighty Fox could be a helpful running mate to Chip ¬ pewa Chief The son of Fighting Fox Foxfaced faced the starter only four times as a youngster and accounted for two of those races racesHot Hot Toddy who will represent Mrs Nor man Hernandez needs no Tecommehdation to local patrons His condition and his liking for the footing at this course are obvious for the gelded son of Balladier registered two tallies at the current meet ¬ ing In these successesHot Toddy carried claiming tags of 5000 and 5500 but he must be given a chance to demonstrate his worth against more highly regarded rivals rivalsBy By no means overmatched in the Spence is Sidney I Crews Concrete who was win ¬ ner in midMay at Churchill The War Dog colt was valued at 6500 on that occa ¬ sion but the race was at a mile and a six ¬ teenth and his prowess over this lesser dis tanb will be watched with interest interestQuite Quite capable of upsetting calculations is R S McLaughlins invader from Canada Machairan The Hairan colt set all the early pace to account lor a mile and an eighth test at Hialeah but showed that he was capable of sprinting when h scored in a six jiirlong race at Qulf stream ea f in January He was valued at 7 00 in the

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