Cranwood Park Schedules Excellent Card Today: Bull Skin Goes in Sprint Test; Sesqui-Centennial Series Starts, Daily Racing Form, 1953-06-13


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Cranwood Park Schedules Excellent Card Today TodayBull Bull Skin Goes in Sprint Test SesquiCentennial Series Starts StartsBy By RONALD KRANCEK KRANCEKStaff Staff Correspondent CorrespondentCRANWOOD CRANWOOD PARK Warrensville Heights Ohio June 12 The best program in the history of Cranwood Park will be up for decision tomorrow afternoon on the first Saturday of the current 35day meet ¬ ing Racing secretary Fred Burton has scheduled two feature events as well as four races over a distance of ground groundThe The Plain Dealer Purse will be run as the seventh race and has attracted a field of six evenly matched middledistance per ¬ formers going six and onehalf furlongs The eighth race will be the first in the series known as the Ohio SesquiCenten ¬ nial and will be contested over a mile and one furlong This series will be run in four divisions with the final race at a mile and threequarters The horse who compiles the greatest number of points will be awarded 600 600The The following have been entered in the Plain Dealer Mrs Virginia McKenneys Tetratomic J Johnsons Bull Skin Mrs James McCumbers MorSnoozey Stefan and Cashels Winter Land T F Baus Dis Pete and A W Messersmiths Scrub ScrubBull Bull Skin a handsome threeyearold son of The Doge will be seeking his fourth consecutive victory in this race He started his streak at Keeneland on April 23 when at six furlongs he defeated Wildcat Sam by two lengths in 112 He was shipped to Ascot Park following that race and in his initial start at that course defeated Tetra TetraContinucd Continucd on Page Fortyfight Cranwood Park Schedules Excellent Card Today TodayBull Bull Skin Goes in Sprint Test SesquiCentennial Series Starts StartsContinued Continued from Page Five Fivetomic tomic by four lengths drawing clear inside the furlong marker He was then given a 10day respite before seeing action again and when he did come back he was in ex ¬ cellent form and at seven furlongs took a neck decision from MorSnoozey MorSnoozeyMorSnobzey MorSnobzey must be given a good chance to even that score in this event Since being defeated by that narroyr margin by Bull Skin 4he daughter of Morsel has won two races in succession and has never been in better fettle She was last seen in action on June 5 at Ascot Park when going seven furlongs she bested Cockpit by a length and threequarters coming from off the pace Her time for that event was 125 ys only fourfifths over the track record recordScrub Scrub wound up third to MorSnoozey that afternoon after showing an even effort and lacking a good closing rally Scrub was one of the real disappointments of the Ascot meeting for when he was first started at that track he was an easy winner and then came right back with another smashing triumph However following those two races he went into a bad slump which may have been caused by the offcondition of the racing strip something that has never appealed to the son of Challador ChalladorTetratomic Tetratomic is from the ever dangerous stable of trainer W W Smith and can be countetd on for a good effort in the Plain Dealer DealerDis Dis Pete will be making his first start in this area but has fine credentials and should take well to this racing strip Winter Land has had some good races but appears in a rough spot in here hereIn In the SesquiCentennial which is an overnight handicap Beech Hill from the barn of P E Benshoff would appear to have an excellent chance of taking the first race of the fourrace series Beech Hill won a race at Ascot Park in his first race over the track but then came back in the Vic ¬ tory Plate and finished dead last in a dismal performance Beech Hill is capable of much better however and should beat these type horses In Florida this past winter Beech Hill won five times Little Joe Jr who won the Tin Plate at Ascot on closing day will run as part of an entry with Beech Hill HillSlated Slated to face the entry are Scoreless Half Bar Londonderry Country Editor Shadow Shot Excel and St George

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