Lincoln Renewal to Top Closing-Day Program: Hasty House Farm Nominates Four for Mile and Quarter Race, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-11


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Lincoln Renewal to Top Closing-Day Program Hasty House Farm Nominates Four for Mile and Quarter Race WASHINGTON PARK, Homewood, HI., June- 9. — The Lincoln Fields Racing Association on Monday enters the final week of its successful 29-day meeting at Washington Park. Saturdays final program will be featured by the twenty-fourth running of the one and one-quarter miles Lincoln Handicap. Twenty horses have been nominated for the 0,000 race. Hasty House Farm of Mrs. A. E. Reuben was. the largest single subscriber to the Lincoln. This stable, trained by Harry Trotsek, already has taken the Crete Handicap with Roman Bath and the Fleming Memorial with Wine List. Wine List is one of the four Hasty House nominees for the Lincoln, the others being Swap Out and that formidable pair which frequently runs as an entry, Seaward and Inseparable. Inseparable is undefeated in two starts this year, although he got one decision as a result of the disqualificatoin of Mister Morgan last Friday. In the Fleming Memorial Wine List and Roman Bath finished one-two in new track record time, 1:16%, for the six and one-half furlongs. Two other couplings were nominated for the Lincoln. These are Eugene Constan-tins Prop and Grumpito, and two horses in the large stable trained by Howard "Babe" Wells, Walmac Farms Volcanic, and Maurice and Roy Saf firs Dr. Ole-NeK son. The latter reached his highest pinnacle of fame when he won the Hawthorne Gold Cup last fall in new track record time, 2:01%, for one and one-quarter miles. Volcanic has not started yet this year, but the stout son of Ambrose Light won the Meadowland Handicap last year for the second consecutive time, was one of the highest ranking handicap horses of 1949, and the champion of the grass courses. Other nominees for the Lincoln Handicap are: Dixianas Shy Guy, North Shore Stables Whirl Home, Mrs. A. M. Creechs Kosadus, W. M. Peaveys Sir Bee Bum, Augustus and Nahms The Reaper, Sam E. Wilsons Conversational, Ray Wilkinsons Fleet Factor, John Marschs Whirling Dough, Mrs. Hattie Toff els Irishbred Owens Cuts, Valley View Farms Sabaean, Mrs. Mabel McCabes Mr. Fox, and James Emerys Italian importation, Solerno, who is yet to make his first start in America, i but who was a stake winner in Italy. •«. * ■■* 1 • -

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