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A Product of Last Years Yearling Show Return Trip: Thats what Willie Hartack will make from Chicago on or about July 13 to ride Carolyn K Stables Hi-Sag in the New Jersey Futurity. Hartack piloted the colt to a smashing win over Beau Fond and Smooth Stride here on Saturday, Hi-Sags third in four outings, and said hed be glad to fly to Monmouth Park for another ride aboard the two-year-old Saggy colt. You may remember Hi-Sag from last years yearling show, held annually in the paddock on the morning of the running of the Futurity. Since then hes registered a second and three consecutive wins for _. Irving Kirshbaum of Deal, N. J., master of Carolyn K. Hi-Sag tired in his first effort at Bowie in March, close behind Beau Fond, a speedy Beau Gem gelding. He won his second effort a couple of weeks later in a duel with Tropic King, and bucked in the race. Sidelined until late in May, he returned to the wars with a good score and was a front-running victor here over the week end, his :59 for five furlongs of "good" going, just three-fifths off the local standard. While Hi-Sag didnt win first prize in the yearling show, a stablemate did; a chestnut colt named Why Allie, by War Alibi, from the mare Joy C. Like Hi-Sag, he was bred by Kirshbaum, who heads the National Industrial Laundry System. The stable, named for Kirshbaums wife, has a number of mares in Kentucky, Maryland and New Jersey. One of these, Lady Alicia, was recently bred to Pet Bully and has a foal by The Rhymer at her side. By Grand Admiral from Lady Alice, Lady Alicia broke a bone in her leg at the eighth pole in a race a couple of seasons back, finished on sheer courage. If she is able to pass on some of her heart, her get will be tough to beat.