Big Jump From 3--Year-Old To Free-for-All Class, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-16


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Big Jump From 3-Year-Old To Free-for-All Class The biggest jump a horse is called on to make in the harness racing sport is that which sends him from the three-year-old to the free-for-all class. A number of last seasons sophomore trotters and pacersare planning to make the leap this season". Among the well known pacers ready to table the old timers are last years Little Brown Jug winner, the Hayes Fair Acres Dudley Hanover; F. H. Snows Main colt, Wayzoff; K. D. Owens Texas speedster, Irish Hal, and th£ Indiana pacer, Thomas Hat. Trotters contemplating the same move are Stars Pride, owned in Goshen, N. Y., by Harriman and Sheppard. and winner last year of the 0,000 Kentucky Futurity; Joe Purcells Darn Flashy from Binghamton, N. Y.; A. L. Derbys Dalzell from Wichita, Kan., and Ralph Kroenings Lord Steward irom Milwaukee.

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