Jockeys Entertain Veterans, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-14


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Jockeys Entertain Veterans BALTIMORE, Md., May 12.— Jockeys Joe Culmone, Pete McLean, Jimmy Lynch and Rocco Sisto entertained hospitalized veterans Friday night at Fort Howard, just outside of Baltimore, in a show arranged by Bill Boniface, racing editor of the Baltimore Sun papers. After the Jockey Clubs film on race-riding had been shown, the riders held an open discussion and answered dozens of questions for the interested veterans. Lynch went out on the limb with the prediction that Brookmeade Stables Bold, who carried him to a 12-length victory at Pimlico last week, will win the Preakness. Meanwhile, McLean claimed his mount, Repetoire, as the horse for Bold to beat.

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