Sir Tribal Nash Memorial Favorite; Laurel Ends Meet with Two Stakes: Ten Homebreds Go in Maryland Derby, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-03


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Sir Sir Tribal Tribal Nash Nash Memorial Memorial Favorite; Favorite; Laurel Laurel Ends Ends Meet Meet With With two Two Stakes Stakes Ten Homebreds Go In Maryland Derby Movitave, Milady Dares Vie For Favoritism; Tudor Era Heads Turf Cap Line-up By PALMER HEAGEKTY LAUREL, Md., May 2.— Laurel race courses highly successful 29-day spring stand comes to a conclusion Saturday afternoon with a stellar program co-featured by the inaugural running of the 5,-000 added Maryland Derby and the 0,000 added Laurel Spring Turf Handicap. Both events are at 1 1-16 miles, with the Derby designed for Maryland-bred three-year-olds and the Laurel for three-year-olds and upward over the grass course This first running of the Maryland Derby will carry a gross purse of 6,600, with the owner of the successful participant realizing a net return of 1,225, plus the usual nominating and starting fees. Winner of the turf event will net ,560 of a 2,180 gross purse. Included in the 10 homebreds named for the Derby are two 58 stakes winners in Mrs. Walter A. Edgars Milady Dares, and Knollwood Stables Movitave. The latter was victorious in the Miss .Maryland and Barbara Frietchie and more recently was unplaced in a division of the Prioress at Jamaica. The other division of that filly event went to Milady Dares. Both have trained satisfactorily sincetheir engagements and they are expected to vie for favoritism. Movitave will have a running mate in Melvin P. Blackburns Nickel Boy, both being trained by Bowes Bond. Mickey Boy Double Winner at Meeting Others anticipated threats in the Derby are Flamingo Farms Tuscanaway and Alec J. Bullocks Mickey Boy, both of whom have come up to the race in splendid condition. Mickey Boy has won a pair of purses locally, the last one at the Derby distance, while Tuscanaway was a five-length winner of his last after having placed in his seasonal bow. Rounding out the field are: Phillip Williams Tuscan Flash, John A. Manfusos Arctic Gold, Stanley Sagners Sew It Up, a stakes winner last season over Maryland-breds: Alan T. Clarkes Clarksville Md., a recent winner over claimers; and R. E. Vogelman Jr.s hard-hitting Smiler; Highweight in the Spring Turf Cap is Mrs. Herbert Herf f s Tudor Era, who, under 118 pounds looms a solid choice. He raced • fairly well during a light Florida campaign and has started only once locally, finishing second to True Verdict at six furlongs. His major contention is likely to come from Mrs. Eugenia Bankheads Jabneh, under 116 pounds, and Roy E. Faircloths former Calumet racer. Liberty Sun, 112 pounds. Jabneh was the winner of the 57 Hialeah Turf Handicap and was second behind Meeting in the same event this winter. Grouped with Liberty Sun at 112 pounds are: William Hal Bishops Bernburgoo, Walter J. Susinis Grey Baby and C. Mah-lon Klines Adare n. The latter will have a running companion in Mrs. W. C. Wrights The Saint II., while Bishop has also entered Camalion, 107, to race with Bernburgoo. Others in the turf event are: Jacob L. Friedmans Bryn, 110; Mrs. Janon Fisher Jr.s Convoy, Crossroad Stables Midway Point and Eugene Constantin Jr.s Roman Fan, 106 and Peter A. Issaris Saratoga Pete, 102 pounds.

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