Moonrush Topweight at 125 for American Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-30


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Moonrush Topweight at 125 For American Handicap HOLLYWOOD PARK, Inglewood, Calif., June 29. — Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Phelps Sturdy One, who won the Inglewood Handicap in one of the most thrilling finishes of the meeting, drew a three-pound penalty as a result of that victory and has been assigned 112 pounds for the July 4 running of the 0,000 American Handicap at a mile and an eighth. Under that im- j post the son of Unbreakable is fifth on the ; list of weights which racing secretary John Maluvius fixed for the holiday feature. King and Luellwitz Moonrush, winner of four major events this year but a big disappointment in the Inglewood, still is the top weight of the western handicap division. He has been assigned 125 pounds, a pound less than he had up when he finished last in the Inglewood, while next to him is Calumet Farms Citation with 125. A. J. Crevolins Be Fleet drew 122, Calumets Coaltown. 122, and then comes Sturdy One. The complete list of weights follows: Horse. Wt. Horse. Wt Moonrush 125 Alderman 108 Citation 123 Sir Butch 107 Be Fleet 122 Bewitch 106 Coaltown 121 Sudan 105 Sturdy One 112 Mocopo 104 All Blue 111 OldRockport 101 Repeluz 110 Postwar Valor 10G Declared: Great Circle.

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