Mansfield Purse Draws Eight Speed Merchants: Poised Valley, Moro, Vermont Son Vie in Todays Cranwood Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1953-06-12


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Mansfield Purse Draws Eight Speed Merchants MerchantsPoised Poised Valley Moro Vermont Son Vie in Todays C ran wood Feature FeatureCRANWOOD CRANWOOD PARK Warrensville Heights Ohio June 11 The Mansfield Purse at onerhalf mile headlines the well balanced program to be presented here to ¬ morrow afternoon Eight speed merchants have been named overnight to face starter Bill Schamerhorn and a new track record is expected to be posted following the race The track standard is now 48 flat which was established by Cisred yesterday yesterdayThe The field takes shape as follows i Poised Valley Lady Wilson Vermont Son Moro Beseifee Ball the Jack Oh Linda and Lundi LundiWayne Wayne Kendricks Poised Valley a home ¬ bred daughter of Equistone will be making her first start of the Cranwood Park meet ¬ ing but is no stranger to Ohio racing At Ascot Park in three starts she won twice and was third in her other appearance In her first race of the year which was on April 28 she defeated Madrid Cue by two lengths over a slow track going four and onehalf furlongs That was her first start in almost a year for she was injured at Wheeling last summer She was next seen in action on May 6 when she turned back Roaming Oscar by three lengths while be ¬ ing ridden out by jockey Plesa Her only defeat was suffered at the hands of Bull Skin when those two hooked up on May 14 and after a fast quarter she tired and wound up third thirdMoro Moro who is trained by Eddie Moran will be making his first start of the season in this area This gelded son of Equestrian at one time ran in stake events on the West Coast and was a highly regarded threeyearold Last season Moro confined most of his activity to Waterford Park and at seasons end had accounted for four vic ¬ tories toriesJ J I Losens Vermont Son to be ridden by Stanley Austin has one race under his belt at this meeting and at six panels wound up third beaten a length and three quarters In that race Vermont Son had early speed and did not flatten out till just above the furlong marker At Ascot Park he performed capably and cannot be overlooked in this race raceLady Lady Wilson Ball the Jack and Oh Linda all have a lot of early foot and the first quarter may better 23 However none of the three have staying qualities and can ¬ not be given tod good a chance in the Mansfield MansfieldBeseige Beseige owned by the Cleveland sports ¬ woman Mrs Ellsworth H Augustus and the Great Northern Stables Lundi will both be making their first local appear ¬ ances of the season

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