Commonwealth Tops Suffolk Card: High-Weighted Mister Black Doubtful Starter; Noch Eins, Park Dandy, Sonic in Field, Daily Racing Form, 1954-05-08


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Commonwealth Tops Suffolk Card CardHighWeighted HighWeighted Mister Blaclc Doubtful Starter Noch Bins Park Dandy Sonic in Field FieldBy By A E BROWN BROWNStall Stall Correspondent CorrespondentSUFFOLK SUFFOLK DOWNS East Boston Mass May 7 The renewal of the 10000 0911 monwealth Handicap lone turf feature of the current Suffolk Downs meeting is to be held here Saturday and of the 13 orig ¬ inal overnight entries four have been de ¬ clared while one other is considered a doubtful starter Of those remaining in the event which will be run over the about a mile and a sixteenth course Hasty House Farms Mister Black is the highweight of 122 pounds poundsActually Actually is is only through a technicality in local rules which makes it possible to list the Argentinebred stakes winner as one of the remaining eligibles to the Com ¬ monwealth Mister Black was nominated before the entries closed for the event and the local rule is to the effect all nominees remain eligible unless declared prior to scratch time which in this was 800 a m today Inasfar as can be locally determi 1 Mister Black is still in Kentucky and ef ¬ forts of local racing secretary Gordon Mor ¬ row to contact trainer Harry Trotsek have failed failedW W J Jim Seattles Park Dandy is scheduled as a starter in the Common ¬ wealth and the homebred son of Bull Dandy Park Avenue will probably be the starting highweight under his 120 pounds The Rhode Islandowned gelding was idle from last August until midApril of this year when he finished third behind Sir Mango and Warless at Gulfstream Park In a subsequent outing also at the Florida track Park Dandy was third to Warless and SakrElBahr Both events were shorter than Saturdays test and served notice that the Beattie representative is rapidly regaining the form which had him one of the top sophomores in New England EnglandRush Rush Prince to Command Attention AttentionSure Sure to come in for a big share of sup ¬ port Saturday will be S Tuf anos Rush Prince who recently arrived here from a successful Florida campaign and the cali ¬ ber of opposition he defeated in the Sun ¬ shine State is considered better than he is pitted against in the Commonwealth Ruth Prince is slated to carry 117 pounds and no rider has been named as yet yetJerry Jerry Lynchs Sonic winner of three races in New England this year plus an ¬ other triumph at Tropical Park in January figures to be a factor under his 114 pounds The sixyearold son of Blue Larkspur will have the services of Vernon Smith who incidentally is riding in his best form formMelpet Melpet Stables Noch Bins recognized as one of the top sprinters locally will at ¬ tempt to carry his speed over the longer route and may prove very capable Rated as one of the most consistent performers in this sector the fiveyearold son of Bless Me has been assigned 110 pounds After winding up his 1953 campaign with four straight victories Noch Eins kept the skein alive with a score in his first outing this season at Lincoln Downs Since that time he has picked up two other victories and finished second in three other starts startsT T W Smiths Simms 118 pounds A V Lionettes Partido H 114 M Sidells News Again 113 and Manunda Farms Tishie 100 pounds complete the field for the Com ¬ mon wealth wealthThe The supporting card for the third week end at Suffolk Downs is rated as one of the best offered in New England this season Juveniles will be raced at five furlongs for the first time in this sector during the present season and another grass race will wind up activities for the day

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