Abbe Sting Has Five Arlington Foes: Favored in Turf Course Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-23


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-•] #. — - — ii b Bw iCiB BBS tSbKf jandP9 H ■■■ I is is to on to in Abbe Sting Has Five Arlington Foes at d SELECTOR— The William Helis, Jr., five-year-old makes his Arlington Park bow ] is in the Pleasant Hill Purse, sixth on todays program. ] ii I is is ] ] JFavored in Turf Course Feature Keezek Colt Meets Jacoboy, Can Locate in Ranger Purse; Old Fiddle, Stuyvesant Clash By J. J. MURPHY ARLINGTON PARK, Arlington Heights. 111., June 21. — The second week of racing at this track will get under way Monday and an evenly balanced program has been arranged. The highest purse value, ,000, being offered for the final event, which an unusual procedure to say the least. It will be known as the Ranger and will be at one and one -eighth miles on the turf. Six have been entered, with Abbe Sting, from the stable of J. P. Keezek, the high-weight with 117 pounds. Then follow Can Locate with 115; Adams Off Ox, Jacoboy. and Irish Flare, each with 111, and Fair Appraisal with 106. Abbe Sting, recently a smart third back of Going Away and Volcanic in a mile and a sixteenth grass race at this course, is the likely favorite despite his poundage. In that endeavor, Abbe Sting was a charging third, being beaten less than a length by the first pair, who finished noses apart. In his prior effort, Abbe Sting was second to Inseparable in the Sweeping Light Purse at the Lincoln Fields meeting. In the American Derby of last year, the Keezek racer was second to Hall of Fame. Brown Hotel Stable Enters Pair The secondary attraction will be the Mount Carroll Purse for three-year-olds at one mile. The purse will be ,000 and _ ; trainer Wilbur Borton, of the Brown Hotel stable, will send forth an entry in Brian e ] Boru and Old /Fiddle. The latter won his y J first start here, which was an allowance - i affair, defeating Dark Count, a stake win-s i ner, last winter, and Jet Ace. Old Fiddle - i came from behind to catch the latter and k ! hold Dark Count. s Jet Ace will have a rider change from d . J. D. Jessop to Eddie Arcaro, while Gerald F. f. I Porch will be on Brian Boru. Mrs. Emil 7, 1 Denemarks Stuyvesant, who won the War-n i renville Purse last Wednesday when he i defeated Vantage, is going up in class, but e i seems to be in prime condition at present. m . J. F. Becks Blen Sand is another in the •- i Mount Carroll, who clicked last time out. Is He won a mile race over Hobad. Others le are Alaric, who had early speed in his last to ;o outing, and Blue Square. Is In the niche usually reserved for the fea-n ture attraction of the day is a claiming e, event at six furlongs known as the Pleas -U ant Hill. Eleven have been entered, among »t them Challcote and Tattenham. The purse in n value here will be ,000. Tattenham finished second to Andy B. W. in the Fleming il ■ Memorial Handicap at the Lincoln Fields session. Oil Gusher and Yea Bama, both of whom started in the Primer Stakes, have been f entered in the ,500 Woodford Purse. The pair finished nineteenth and twelfth, respectively, in the two-year-old stake in which 20 started. Oil Gusher is owned by Sam E. Wilson, Jr., and Yea Bama by Mr. IS and Mrs. T. M. Daniel. Calumets Meditate, who broke out of the maiden ranks open-ing ,fi day here, is also in the Woodford field, as are Red Speed, unplaced in the Primer; Bienville, a winner the other day; Alden-ts son, a winner at Lincoln Fields, and Lead 2- Pad and Lark Sun. t-

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