Curley Kem, Royal Leo Get Nebraska Accolade: Adjudged 1957s Best Juveniles in State; Plaques Go to Owners, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-05


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I j I I | Curley Kern, Royal Leo Get Nebraska Accolade Adjudged 1957s Best Juveniles In State; Plaques Go to Owners Special to Daily Racing Form OMAHA, Nebr., May 3.— Paul Kemlirigs Curly Kem and the White Spot Farms Royal Leo have been named the best 1957 Nebraska-bred two-year-olds, it has been announced here. Curly Kem, a son of Bull Wagon, won ,665 last season, while Royal Leo collected ,190. but judges Ralph Boomer, secretary of the Nebraska State Racing Commission: Dean Williams, the Daily Racing Form trackman, and Howard Wolff, sports editor of the Omaha World- j Herald, took into consideration that Royal Leo defeated his chief rival in two of three I meetings and generally faced better com- petition during the season. Also considered by the three judges were Cinchie, winner of ,965. and Mr. Burton, who earned ,595. Both owners will receive plaques during the Ak-Sar-Ben meeting this summer. Still to be selected are Horse of the Year in Nebraska and Breeder of the Year. Roses Gem has been named the leading three-year-old and MacMullen the top older horse. |

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