Three-Year-Olds Hold River Downs Spotlight: Jessie Foray Seeking Repeat Score in Allowance Offering, Daily Racing Form, 1955-06-07


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Three-Year-Olds Hold River Downs Spotlight Jessie Foray Seeking Repeat Score in Allowance Offering By W. A. CRUSE Staff Correspondent RIVER DOWNS, California, Ohio, June 6. — Sophomores hold the. spotlight in Tuesdays seventh and feature affair, the Silver Fox. Under allowance conditions, this mile and one-sixteenth affair has lured six of the more worthy of their division and the battle for the major portion of the ,200 purse should be a heated one. Mrs. C. Blair and J. C. Wormers Jessie Foray, will be out for a second consecutive set of brackets at the meeting and after the impressive and lengthy victory here in the In Memoriam Purse, she will undoubtedly have the bulk of the support concentrated on her in the wagering. For her victory under the . able handling In the early going by the young apprentice, A. Salem, she was a good three and one-half lengths the best of Doug Davis, Jr.s Darling Dora. Though that was a six furlongs dash, she negotiated the distance over the slow track in 1:15%. The additional distance of this event should be to her liking and from all present indications the track will be off for tomorrows program. Wallace Strongs Bakers Hope finished a strong second to M. Mazzaros True Bruce in a ,000 claiming event for three-year-olds in the lone outing over this course. This Heredero H. gelding had been going in among some rather impressive claimers in the Chicagb area earlier in the season and his first try would indicate the race to be a conditioner for an even finer performance tomorrow. . Jockey Howard Craig, the leading rider of the meeting, will do the saddle work and the duo cannot be overlooked for consideration in behalf of the spoils of the purse. Others to face starter Carl Burns include Desheff, unplaced in one try here; Cor-rineagain, who races in the interest of R. K. and A.L. Showalter and who earned show money while going in a ,000 to ,500 claiming event last Friday; Phala Man, making a debut at this course and the Hi Acres Stock Farms Brassy Hal.

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