Beths Girl Seeks Third In Row at Ft. Miami Oval: Takes Up 121 Pounds in One Mile Toeppe Handicap on Week End, Daily Racing Form, 1956-05-05


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Beths Girl Seeks Third In Row at Ft Miami Oval OvalTakes Takes Up 121 Pounds in One Mile Toeppe Handicap on Week End EndBy By T J MULLIGAN MULLIGANFORT FORT MIAMI Maumee Ohio May 4 A field of six has been named for Satur ¬ days featured Verne Toeppe Handicap over the onemile distance Beths Girl from the barn of C L Gray will be seeking her third consecutive victory in the feature and should be capable of the task Jockey Arthur Farrell leading rider at the cur ¬ rent session has been assigned to guide the bu daughter of Challenge Me Cable Bug who is owned by J V Diaz and trained by E T Garcia has been assigned the tophonored impost of 121 pounds four more than Beths Girl will carry The Diaz representative is an arrival from Detroit and will be making his first appearance under silks at the Fort Miami meeting However the altered son of Cable has an impressive record and may extend Beths i Girl to the utmost utmostI I Young Gander will represent E E Miles in the main event and should have his share of supporters This fellow racked up two wins at the meeting but appeared a trifle short in his last engagement He has been training smartly and may give a good account of himself himselfHard Hard Ruler a recent winner and a re ¬ cent claim will perform in the racing col ¬ ors of his new owners Yankee Tuttle Jockey R Kurtz has been named to guide this thoroughbred who will tote 112 pounds H Goldens Ardently and Wild Honey who is owned by Mr and Mrs R Hobson complete the small but evenly matched field Four distance races are carded on the ninerace program programEight Eight speedy runners will go in the sec ¬ ondary event including F Guciardos Foot Secret H Goldens Headdress Mrs B M Palms Bull McGee Yankee Sc Tuttles Running Girl William Basarabas Bar Dal D Berrys Little Father Nancy Tobias Mr Puddy Cat and Petey Wee who was hal ¬ tered by D Abbey last time out and will sport the silks of his new owner in tomor ¬ rows affray

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