Searching Sparkles in Belmont Trial: Clocked in 1:12 4/5 for Six Furlongs, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-02


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Searching Sparkles in Belmont Trial Clocked in 1:1 2f For Six Furlongs Several Other Bed o Roses Candidates Work Out; Idun, Find, Clem Sharpen Speed , By-DON FAIR JAMAICA, L. I.. N. Y., Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs Searching, recent winner of the Correction Handicap and pointing for her second straight success in Belmonts Dis-staff and topwelght for Saturdays Bed o* Roses Handicap, turned in a sparkling three-quarters mile trial here this morning in 1:124,5, handily. Working over the fast track but around the dogs, the Jacobs mare, handled by Warren Vedaligo, stepped the initial quarter mile in :23%, three-eighths in :35, half in :47?s, and 5 furlongs in 1:00 during her impressive spin. McGurk Stables Lucie Manette. Joe W. Browns Fanciful Miss, and Brookmeade Stables Big Effort, Bed o Roses Handicap hopefuls, also trained at .Jamaica. Lucie Manette worked 5 furlongs in 1:02 handily and Fanciful Miss completed a similar task in 1:01. Big Effort breezed three-quarters mile in 1:16% and she was under snug restraint the entire trip. Tenacious Drills 6 Furlongs Tenacious, a stable companion of Fanciful Miss, prepping for the Grey Lag Handicap, was not asked for his best while working 6 furlongs in i:14M , a move satisfactory to John Theall, conditioner for the New Orleans-owned Brown establishment. Mrs. Burkes Spring Training, whose next major engagement is the Withers, made a good physical appearance as he breezed five-eighths mile in l:03s. The Belmont main and training courses also were fast today and Mrs. Charles Ul-rich Bays champion, Idun, only filly nominated for the Withers, worked 4 furlongs; over the training strip in :48%, handily. Mrs. Adele L. Rands Clem, Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilts Find, and Cain Hoy Stables One-Eyed King, Grey Lag Handicap nominees, were given half-mile trials soon after Idun finished her work. Clem breezed in :51, Find wwked in :49%, handily, while One-Eyed King, clocked in :492s, was full of run during the late stages of his drill. King Ranchs Dotted Line, the Texas-owned stables hope for major honors in-the Distaff Handicap, breezed f ive-eighths mile over the Belmont main track in 1:02 and Christopher T. Chenerys stakes-winning Willamette worked a like route in l:01ts, handily. Foxcatcher Farms- Rose Trellis, who won the 1957 Hopeful Stakes renewal, looked good while breezing 6 furlongs in 1:17. Foxcatchers Passyunk went along handily in a seven-eighths mile trial, accomplished in l:274/3 while Cairi Hoy Stables Victory Morn completed a like move in identically the same time. John Schiffs Tudor Admiral, second here last week in a maiden race the first j time he appeared under silks, captured the attention of Belmont dockers and work watchers while winging- a mile in 1:39%, handily. Tudor Admirals work was most impressive and quite satisfactory to trainer O. T. Dubassoff.

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