Ladies Day Purse Brings Out Feuding Against Ten: Tread Alone, Hasteville Jr. in Thistledown Sprint Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1957-06-25


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Ladies Day Purse Brings Out Feliding Against Ten Tread Alone, Hasteville Jr. In ThistleDown Sprint Feature By R. E. HURLEY THISTLEDOWN, North Randall, Ohio, June 24. — Claude Vanscoys Feuding, an invader from Chicago, takes on G. T. Al-bericos Tread Alone and Mrs. E. B. Shipps Hasteville Jr., among a field of 11 sprinters in the Ladies Day Purse tomorrow which will be settled at six furlongs. For the third time at the" current meeting, ladies will be admitted to the grounds upon payment of the usual taxes and the feature race tops a fine program arranged by Racing Secretary Pat Farrell. The field in the Ladies Day is completed by Gold Medal, Running Creek, Flying Bry, Sun Keep, Cosmic Lass, Kathleen H., Nors Fleet and Mohawk Valley and brings together winners from Fort Miami, Ascot, Sportsmans Park and this point under scale claiming conditions. Feuding, a steady, gelded son of Free For All — Some relief, is coming right back in the Ladies Day with only three days of rest after a bang-up fourth in the Derby Day program in which he was beaten less than a neck for all the money. Owner-trainer Vanscoy recently arrived here following a campaign at Balmoral and Feuding was a winner at Sportsmans this spring. Mrs. Shipps Hasteville Jr., has yet to earn a purse in her silks since being claimed from a winning effort over the ThistleDown strip, but is more favorably placed in the claiming scale of the f eature and will carry 120 -pounds from the post position No. 1 with C. Meaux in the saddle. Albericos Tread Alone, a castoff from! John Galbreaths Darby Dan Farm, was! also a winner during the opening days of j this meeting. The Nirgal stallion has been ! a gem of consistency since that win and, has yet to be unplaced in. four starts thus far. Kathleen H. and Flying Bry will draw some support in the feature as the former was a well-backed favorite in her last while finishing second and Flying Bry is from the public stable of Norman Haymaker which has been very successful at the current meeting.

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