Henry Forrest Saddles Duo for Detroit Feature Today in In Deep, Celtic Play: Former Carries Conditioners Colors While Latter Is Owned By Her Breeder, Sidney Crew, Daily Racing Form, 1953-06-16


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Henry Forrest Saddles Duo for Detroit Feature Today in In Deep, Celtic Play . Former Carries Conditioners Colors While Latter Is Owned By Her Breeder, Sidney Crew By DON FAIR Staff Correspondent . DETROIT RACE COURSE, Livonia, Mich., June 15. — Henry Forrest, popular Covington, Kentucky, turfman, will saddle an entry here tomorrow afternoon for the featured sixth race, which matches an even dozen three-year-old fillies at six furlongs. Forrest will be represented in the sprint by In Deep and he also is to tighten the girth on Sidney I. Crews Cincinnati-owned Celtic Play. Larry Hansman, who has been displaying good saddle form at the current meeting, will have the mount on one of the Forrest-conditioned entrants. In Deep, a daughter of Jeep and On the Rocks, is scheduled to make her local seasonal debut in the Tuesday headliner and she will shoulder 114 pounds white Celtic Play, pegged at 117 pounds, looms dangerous off her last race. The Crew miss, a homebred Shannon H.-sired filly, gave a sharp effort behind Kitty Van antf Nickies Boy June 12 and, before transfer to Detroit, visited the Churchill Downs winners ring and also ran second to First Shannon in a Continued on Page Five HENRY FORREST— Saddles In Deep and Celtic Play in todays principal offering at the Detroit Race Course oval. Forrest Saddles In Deep, Celtic Play at Detroit Former CarriesConditionersSilks, While Latter Races for S. I. Crew Continued from Page One seven furlongs overnight event, decided in 1:27% over sloppy footing. Major competition for the Forrest duo [probably will be furnished by H. A. Trevel-lyans Cracklette, P. Mclntyres Franks Maude, 114, Joseph Mallias Miss Naylor, and T. F. Calhouns Simple Sis. Cracklette, 114, will be handled by Robert Lee Baird and the daughter of Ariel Game worked rather well for her engagement; while Franks Maude, 117, and Miss Naylor, 117, registered victories at the, present Motor City meet. Simple Sis, a homebred, the get of Bold Captain and Flying Sis, scored in a pair of Kentucky outings last autumn and she beat a fair field of sprinters at Churchill Downs May 11, then was a good fourth in her initial start here. The apprentice allowance was claimed for Simple Sis, who gets in with 112 pounds but trainer Pat Devereux hadnt named, a reinsman for her at a late hour today. Carroll Bierman is engaged for Franks Maude, assuring the Mclntyre filly good handling. Marion H. VanBerg, Columbus, Nebr., horseman, who holds a comfortable lead in the Detroit trainers standings, will send out Patio Patter in the Tuesday dash. The VanBerg miss, a Dixiana-bred daughter of Cable and Garden Party, defeated a useful field of three-year-olds in New Orleans last February and raced fairly well before her shipment to this "Michigan Mile" track. Completing the probable starting band for the Tuesday headliner will be Zakoor-Munro Stables Lets Think, 106; E. C. Blankenships Omos Choice, 111; Monarch Stables Magic Choice, 120; Paul L. Hal-lums Cheer-for-Me, 108, and George A. Sacks Patois, 108 pounds. Ideal weather and a fast track aided in bringing out another excellent Monday crowd, approximately 10,000 spectators witnessing the sport this pleasant afternoon. P. M. Nerachers North Pennant, under a hustling ride from the veteran Carroll Bier-man sped to a gamely-achieved nose verdict over M. Adelharts favored Kalluki in the six-furlong opener, with Mrs. Ray Coons Donquest along for third in the field of a dozen ordinary platers. North Pennant, clocked 1:12%, was a rank outsider in the wagering and returned his straight pool backers 0.80. [ [ [ [ . t . T I

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