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New Jersey By Joe Hirsch Mr. First Eyeing Monmouth Handicap Hartack to Ride Hi-Sag in Futurity Sdggys Son Has Won Three in Row MONMOUTH PARK, Oceanport, N. J., June 14.— Easy Does It: At least thats the way Castle Rock Farms Mr. First did it over the week end, romping to a seven-leneth victorv in a mile and a sixteenth event for his initial win of the year. Mr. First, a four-year-old Incoming gelding from Twink-Mo, the dam of Uncle Miltie, earned over 6,000 in 1954. He ran a good second behind Helioscope in an over-nighter at Atlantic City last September and was third in Garden States Ben Franklin to the Helis ace and Hasty Road. Hes nominated for" the 5,000 Monmouth Jill .Handicap on July 23, but will be seen in a couple of prep events before that, according to trainer A. J. Bardaro. Castel Rock is the nom de course of the Philadelphia contractor, J. C. Giangiulio and is also the name of Giangiulios fine farm near Haverford-town, Pa. The place is complete to a half-mile training track* an indoor jogging shed and many other facilities. Incoming stands there, as does Giangiulios other sire. Gold Bull. Bless Me holds court at Castle Rock, too, although not the property of the owner. Bardaro, a Philadelphian who has been racing in New Jersey for a number o£ years has five two-year-olds in the barn. Two, a gelding and a filly, are by Incoming. He also has a pair of fillies by Gold Bull and Bless Me and a colt by Teddys Qomet, purchased at the Garden State sales last fall.