Fillies Co-Favored in Maryland Derby: Movitave and Milady Dares Renew Rivalry; Turf Cap Saturday Lures Tudor Era, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-02


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~ ; Fillies Co-Favored In Maryland Derby Movitave.and Milady Dares Renew Rivalry; Turf Cap Saturday Lures Tudor Era LAUREL. Md., May 1.— Two f illies. Knoll-wood Stables Movitave and Mrs. Walter A. Edgars Milady Dares, loom co-favorites of the nine Free State-bred three-year-olds expected to compete in Saturdays first running of the 5,000 .added Maryland Derby. The 1 1-16 miles event, richest test for Maryland-breds, will .highlight Laurels clcslng-day program, while the supporting Laurel Spring Turf Handicap may draw a dozen starters. Although Movitave has finished ahead of Milady Dares in three of the four occasions they have met. the latters victory in the first division of the recent Prioress Stakes at Jamaica has boosted her stock. Milady Dares was second to Stay Smoochie at Monmouth Park last July, a sprint in which Movitave was unplaced. In succeeding matches, Movitave was second in the Maryland Futurity here last fall, with Milady Dares finishing third. Later, in the 1 1-16 miles Pimlico Breeders, Movitave defeated her rival a half length. This spring, Movitave repulsed the late challenge of Milady Dares in the Miss Maryland Stakes. Two other stakes winners, Stanley Sag-ners filly. Sew It Up, winner of the Maryland Futurity, and Melvin P. .Blackburns Nickel Boy, victor in the 1957 Marlboro Nursery Stakes, who will be coupled with Movitave, are expected to start, i Tuscanaway Winner Last Week Rated the third choice in the Maryland Derby is Flamingo Farms Tuscanaway, an impressive winner here last week following a second to Cavan in his first start of trie season. Another colt well regarded is Alec J. Bullocks Mickey Boy, a victor over Sew It Up in the 1 1-16 miles prep for the Derby last week. Prospective starters, include the entry of Alan T. Clarkes Clarksville Md. and Ma-mowlee; Raymond E. Vogelman Jr.s Smil-er, John A. Manfuscs Arctic Gold and Peter Vischers Montego Bay. Jockey assignments are: Joe Culmone on Movitave; Arthur* Chambers, Milady Dares; Pepper Power, Nickel Boy; Har61d Keene, Tuscanaway, and Karl Korte on Sew- It Up. With Doug Smalls Auchylus, winner of the Spring Turf in its first running last spring, today declared a doubtful starter, Mrs. Herbert Herffs Tudor Era looms the starting heavyweight under 118 pounds in the about 1 1-16 miles event. Nick Shuk will ride the English-bred five-year-old, who last summer was beaten a nose by Round Table in the United Nations -and by Mahan in the Turf Cup. Tudor Era, second to True Verdict here last week, was fifth in the Bougainvillea Turf Handicap in his final Florida appearance. Carrying second topweight of 116 pounds to Mrs. Eugenia E. Bankheads Jab-neh, victor in the 1957 Hialeah Turf Handicap and seccnd to Meeting in the stakes this winter. Also fated prospective starters are C. Mahlon Klines Adare H.. to be ridden by Mike Sorrentino, 112; Walter J. Susinis Grey Baby, second to Master Boing here last Saturday over the turf, 112; William Hal Bishops Bernburgoo, winner of the 1957 Continental Turf Handicap, 112; Continued on Page Four I | Two Fillies Co-Favorites In First Maryland Derby Continued from Page T/ires Roy E. Faircloths Liberty Sun, 112; Jacob L. Friedmans Bryn, 110; Banks-Benson Stables Hellanicus, 108; Bishops Cam-alion, 107; Mrs. William C. Wrights The Saint II., 107; Eugene Constantin Jr.s Roman Fan, and Crossroads Stables Midway Point. 106; and Peter A. Issaris Saratoga Pete, 102.

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