Beanir Accorded Edge in Tomboy Stakes At Detroit Over Five Other Juveniles: Mrs. O. C. Neumanns Speedy Homebred Filly Has St. Jude And Natchez Girl to Defeat, Daily Racing Form, 1953-06-13


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Beanir Accorded Edge in TomboyStakes At Detroit Over Five Other Juveniles Mrs O C Neumanns Speedy Homebred Filly Has St Jude And Natchez Girl to Defeat DefeatBy By DON FAIR FAIRStaff Staff Correspondent DETROIT RACE COURSE Livonia Mich June 12 Mrs Otto C Neumanns Beanir a fashionably bred daughter of Nirgal and Bea Right by Bimelech looms favorite over six other speedy twoyearold fillies scheduled to meet at this spacious suburban Detroit course tomorrow after ¬ noon in the second running of the 7500 Tomboy Stakes Under the allowance terms of the five and onehalf furlongs week ¬ end headliner the homebred Beanir is one of the highweights at 115 pounds and she will have the saddle services of capable Darrell Madden regarded by Motor City seasoned observers as one of the best reins men to appear at a Wolverine State track during the past decade decadeBeanir Beanir has been under silks on six occa ¬ sions during her career and visited the Hialeah winners ring after her initial out ¬ ing stepping threeeighths mile in 34 The Nirgalsired miss then was beaten a head margin in a division of the Hialeah Juvenile Stakes by Wolf Gal in 33 but came back with a welldeserved victory at Gulfstream March 5 trimming such shifty rivals as Blenfly Halara and Ticonderoga in the Adolescents Purse equaling the three furlongs track record 32 Beanir was a stout third in Keenelands Lafayette Stakes behind Everett Jr and Terrebbnne and also wound up in the show position following Golly and Spy Magic in Churchill Downs Debutante Stakes The Neumann filly worked impressively for the Tomboy and her conditioner H H Pete Battle considers her one of the best young ¬ sters ever to come under his supervision supervisionR R E Nims and Douglas Davis Jr will be represented in the Tomboy by Natchez Girl a wellmade daughter of Natchez Unable to gain a graduation diploma in five engagements she shipped here from Chicago for the Tomboy after finishing second and third at the Illinois oval in a pair of overnight events Between races yesterday afternoon she breezed three fur ¬ longs in 35 and she will be handled tomorrow by the veteran jockey Porter Roberts RobertsGeorge George C White popular Tennessee turf ¬ man will saddle an entry in the weekend Continued on Page Eleven Beanir Accorded Edge To Win Tomboy Stakes StakesSpeedy Speedy Neumann Filly Has Five Juvenile Opponents at Detroit DetroitContinued Continued from Page One Onestake stake Robert L Lancasters Lysbeth and Mrs Whites homebred Cols Daughter each pegged at 112 pounds poundsLysbeth Lysbeth the get of Colonel OT and Sil ¬ ver Sunrise was beaten off here the first time she went to the post while Cols Daughter also sired by Colonel OT ran third in her racing debut bowing to Fays Reaper and Wise Billings Carroll Bierman is engaged to pilot one of the Whitetrained entrants entrantsCompleting Completing the probable Tomboy Stakes starting band will be Mrs VE Smiths LoriJane 112 Duntreath Farms Mili ¬ tant Miss 115 and Mrs J D Pearses homebred St Jude 115 pounds Lori Jane by Papa Redbird and from Sis Baker will make her first appearance un ¬ der colors tomorrow and Willie Carstens is to be at the reins St Jude an eternal Bullsired filly and a good winner at New Orleans during the winter will be guided by Don Bowcut while Militant Miss who scored over a fair field at Pimlico is to have Tommy Barrow in the irons ironsBest Best supporting numbers on the half holiday card are the Lake Huron Purse at a mile and onesixteenth for threeyear olds and the six furlongs fifth which matches eight seasoned sprinters Mrs E E Dale Shaffers Hit The Spot Mrs A L Kuhns Precious Stone and Mrs Daisy Sukundos William Tell appear to hold the edge in the Lake Huron while Duntreath Farms First Refusal Mary and John Bauers hardhitting Sedgeview and Hen ¬ ry Forrests speedy Lonoke Flash should go well in the sixth sixthSeveral Several other betterthanaverage events are listed for decision on the Saturday ninerace bill and given a break in weath ¬ er president E E Dale Shaffer executive vicepresident George Haggerty general manager Robert Leavitt and their Michi ¬ gan Racing Assn associates undoubtedly will play host to a banner crowd crowdPost Post time on Saturdays and holidays M the local track is set at 200 p m

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