Clamor Has Ten Detroit Opponents: Wold Colts Last Two Were Good, Daily Racing Form, 1955-06-09


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Clamor Has Ten Detroit Opponents ► -— — - ; GEORGE C. WHITEL in todays feature event at Detroit. Wold Coifs Last -Two Were Good Has Chic Devil, Newate, So Bet Me and Tile King To Beat in Sprint Event By DON FAIR Staff Correspondent * DETROIT RACE COURSE, Livonia, Mich., June 8.— Clamor, one of the top members of the Detroit-owned Mrs. Lottie Wolf stable, heads an overnight field of 11 three-year-olds scheduled to meet here Thursday afternoon in the Marysville Rotary Purse. Under the allowance terms of the six furlongs feature, the Wolf colt, a son of Talon and Shout About, will shoulder 113 pounds. He will have the saddle services of the veteran reinsman, Sammy Williams. Clamor, a good class winner of two overnight engagements in Florida before his transfer to the Motor City, started twice during the current meeting, finishing second on both occasions. In his latest outing, Clamor gave a good account of himself behind E. Gay Drakes stakes-winning Dogoon in the Ionia Purse and, prior to that, he placed behind Red ODonnell, Lancaster and Whites fine colt, in the Northwest Lions Purse. Clamors initial start here was on a fast track, on which Dogoon moved along in 1:10% but his last appearance came about over a heavy strip, suggesting that he can handle any type footing. So Bet Me Carries 108 While the Wolf colt undoubtedly will go postward the "tote" favorite, several other second-year racers in the field are capable of upsetting the choice. Waldo D. Andrews So Bet Me, 108; Ralph A. Para-cheks Tile King, 110; C. A. and T. As-burys Peribrook, 105; Grace Kosibas Rigo-adelade, 100, and O. C. Kroneman and Sons Early Foot, 110 pounds, have shown enough to merit consideration in the Marysville Rotary. Others expected to start are Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Evys Newate, 105; Edward J. Grosfields Svidhod, 106; Reiber and Wagners Ocala Gal, 108, W. F. Salisburys Col. Con, 110, and Mrs. H. Johnstons Chic Devil, 109 pounds. The apprentice allowance is claimed for Svidhod, Chic Devil and j So Bet Me. Jockey Lois Cook, top rider at the Detroit Race Course, will have the mount on Early Foot in the Thursday headliner. Dudley Vandenborre is engaged for Newate, Joe Gregory will guide Svidhod and little Johnny Sellers, a top apprentice prospect, was named on So Bet Me. Leroy Pierce will be at the reins on Ocala Gal, Evan Jenkins rides Rigolade, Larney Hansman is to pilot Peribrook, Emil Roy drew the riding assignment on Tile King, and Charles Paul Clark is named on Col. Con. No jockey had been named late this afternoon for Chic Devil. Chief supporting attraction on the Thursday Card is the Port Huron Rotary .Purse, one mile for three-year-olds and older. The Grissom Stable entry, Rico Vino and Alie-ed, along with Mrs. William Zakoors Holly Bough and Big Cat, are expected to go well in the race. Dorie, the hard-hitting Boss John, Chic Wave, Xippi Pigeon, Sir Chatter and Great Habit complete the probable starting band for the secondary offering.

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