Ten Juveniles Vie in Lansing Purse: Corrine T. after Repeat Win in Detroit Event; Bold Sab Regarded as Main Opponent, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-11


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Ten Juveniles Vie In Lansing Purse Corrine T. After Repeat Win In Detroit Event; Bold Sab Regarded as Main Opponent DETROIT, Mich., June 9.— The Lansing, a four and one-half furlongs dash f 6~r juveniles, is to headline a good program Monday at this course. The Lansing attracted a field of 10 youngsters and should prove most interesting as the probable starting band appears rather evenly matched. Sidney I. Crews Corrine T., a handsome chestnut daughter of Jamestown and Curfew Time, is the early favorite for the Lansing and she, will be trying for her second success* in as many starts. The Crew filly beat a fair band this week, stepping the Lansing distance in :53%. Stanley "Buck" Hazzard, who conditions Corrine T., did not name a rider for his charge today, but one of the better apprentice reinsmen at the Livonia track probably will draw the mount on the choice. Mrs. J. H. Woodcocks Bold Sab, who is to be handled by Ciaude Hooper, may be the one to give -Corrine T. a sharp tussle for major honors. Bold Sab finished, fourth behind Ever Bright, Red Romeo and Xippi Pigeon in his last local engagement but, previous to that outing, he raced well at New Orleans, visiting the winners circle at-the Grescent Citys Fair Grounds. Flaneur, a member of the Henry Forrest Stable, is also one of the higher-rated Lansing entrants. The gelded son of Kingsway and Passefleur is an English-bred and his best effort thus lar was a clever victory at Keeneland in April. The Forrest gelding beat Eperc, Bloom, So Surprised and other quick youngsters in the Lexington dash. Peter Anderson is to eruide Flaneur in the Lansing. Others in Feature Others named for the Monday feature are Robert S. Link, Jr.s, PauLJohn, Grace. Kosiba Stables Graces Lady, Joseph A. Goodwins homebred Birdseye View, M. and I. Pricketts Bonus Boy, who raced fairly well in Maryland this spring; Pallis Royal and Wave-a-Lu, the Sharpe_ and Mullen entry, and Samuel Segrettos Lady Pomp. The latter flattered when she won at New Orleans" last February the first time she appeared under silks. Lady Pomp is to have the saddle services of Ovido Prasaguet. in the Monday attraction. Best supporting event on the Monday bill is the mile and one-sixteenth seventh race, which attracted eight useful middle distance performers. James Paddocks Blue Badge, narrowly beaten in his last start here, probably will go to the post choice over his seven rivals. Blue Badge will match strides with Buckley and Locklears Myrmidon, B. P. Walkers Chancelot, Mrs. C. O. Schweitzers Pilogy. The William Za-koor duo. Chief John O. and Excel Lad; P. L. Grissoms Some Town, and Mrs. Otto C. Neumanns Uncle Bim, who is scheduled to cover The Farm stable silks. Good sport is in store for patrons of this Motor City track during the week. The Grand Circus Park Purse, six furlongs for three-year-olds, is the main event on the Tuesday program, the Pontchartrain Handicap, at the same distance for three-year-olds and up, is the top offering scheduled for Wednesday, and the Star Spangled Banner Purse, six furlongs for sophomores, is to be decided Thursday; Friday will witness the running of the Petoskey Purse, also at three-quarters mile and for sophomores.

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