Delaware Oaks is Hushaby Baby Goal: Cain Hoy Miss Impressed in Gazelle Tally; Will Engage Tough Rival in Lily White, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-17


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Delaware Oaks Is Hushaby Baby Goal 1 I Cain Hoy Miss Impressed in , Gazelle Tally; Will Engage , Tough Rival in Lily White DELAWARE PARK, Stanton. Del., June 16.— Cain Hoy Stables Hushaby aby f emerged victorious in Saturdays Gazelle - Stakes at Aqueduct, thereby gaining a i starting position and considerable respect in . this week-ends running of the 7,500 Delaware Oaks, a test of a mile and a furlong. While the Gazelle was the initial I stake success for Hushaby Baby, it pointed I out the Questionnaire filly as one of the seasons leading three-year-old fillies. Behind Hushaby Baby in the Gazelle were Hal Price Headleys Aesthete, in the . J runner-up spot, followed by F. Eugene Dixon, Jr.s Dinewisely. Christiana Stables ■ . Enchanted Eve. Joe W. Browns Parading Lady and Mrs. R. A. Firestones Petitpoint, • [ | j all of whom are eligible to compete in j Saturdays Oaks. Petitpoint was the last t ! j member of the group to finish and she was I | | less than 10 lengths behind the winner, so , it is reasonable to suspect that all will L tangle with her at the first opportunity. The invaders, however, may be forced 1 to take a back seat to the local talent, • which includes Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords Lily White, runner-up to Calumets Real I Delight in the Coaching Club American i Oaks. Kiss Me Kate accounted for the , i Oaks last year for the Jeffords stable, then j | went on to earn divisional honors. A simi- . | lar accomplishment by Lily White would greatly please Mr. and Mrs. Jeffords, as well as trainer Oscar White. Faberose Awaiting Race Among the fillies quartered locally and I awaiting the Oaks are Foxcatcher Farms Faberose, George M. Humphreys Hummy, Tom Piatts Stagestruck and Alan T. Clarkes Jeannie C. The Oaks lost a possible starter when it was announced that [ Jouett Shouses Cinda would be shipped to Monmouth Park to compete in the Regret Handicap, in which she would be favored [ t by the distance, which is six furlongs. Tomorrows feature, the Wilmington Advertising Club Purse, is styled for three-year-olds ■ and matches eight of them at the mile and a sixteenth distance. In the lineup • are: Brandy wine Stables Referee, W. J. Appels Kinsington Ted, Blue Stone , Farms Screaming Mimi, Basil A. Halls Challa Rock, O. L. Nybergs Viva Bones, ■ Winlochan Stables The Slip: Mrs. E. ,G. Boyces Flaming Fool, and Jules Gomez" Cariduro. Referee would seem to have quite an edge in the Ad-Club Purse, having finished i third behind Huntsville in a recent sprint offering. The time of that race was a ; commendable 1:11% and Referee was ; beaten just four and a half lengths. Screaming Mimi was second behind as . good a filly as Flag Request in her last start and rates consideration, while Kensington . Ted finished behind High Scud. ! Behind is the word for that effort, too. for the winner was 15 lengths in front of the ! opposition. Flaming Fool graduated from the maiden ranks last time out while carrying a 000 claiming tag. •

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