Alsabs Day in Short Move for Miss America: Makes Good Appearance as She Breezes Three-Eights in :36, Daily Racing Form, 1948-06-11


view raw text

Alsabs Day in Short Move for Miss America AmericaMakes Makes Good Appearance as She Breezes ThreeEighths in 36 36WASHINGTON WASHINGTON PARK Homewood 111 June 10 Mrs Albert Sabaths homebred filly Alsabs Day prominent candidate for Saturdays first running of the 10000 Miss America Stakes was the only nominee for that feature to visit the training track this morning Alsabs Day is one of the choices for the five furlong dash and she made a splendid appearance as she breezed an easy threeeighths mile from the gate in 3 Alsabs Day a daughter of Alsab and Seventh Day has won two of her only four engagements and she ran fourth to Acoma Blue Note and Jetrose in the 1948 renewal of the Debutante Stakes at Churchill Downs in April The Sabath miss was the victim of poor racing luck in the Derby course stake but she closed in game style indicating that she will be a keen factor in the Lincoln Fields weekend headliner headlinerBrown Brown Hotel Stables Jetrose ran third in the Debutante but previous to that out ¬ ing she was good enough to win three of four engagements bowing to Louis Primas Pennymaker in the Fair Grounds Dinner Stakes by a threequarters length margin Jetrose is in good condition at present and her trainer the veteran turfman Tom Hill is of the opinion that the daughter of Pet rose and Jakovia will prove one of the mainstays of J Graham Browns Louis ¬ villeowned establishment establishmentTorrence Torrence C Melroses homebred Seely lost a nose decision to R E Cudahys shifty Man O Night colt Martin Whelan in the Friar Rock Purse last Friday but she was forced wide in the dash and some speedy twoyearolds followed the two leaders to the wire Seely earned her graduation diploma at Churchill Downs and her race behind Martin Whelan was such that she must be accorded an excellent chance to attain major honors in the Miss America AmericaOthers Others expected to go postward in the Miss America are Afton Villa Farms Bird Shot Mrs John Marschs No Strings F R W Stolps Too Sunny F L Flanders Blue Note Augustus Nahms Trippen and Murlogg Farms Admired who is expected to make her first start in the Saturday stake No Strings a daughter of Occupa ¬ tion and Irvana is a winner here Blue Note scored at Keeneland and Bird Shot also was victorious at the local oval

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1948061101_35_2
Library of Congress Record: