Tim Tam En Route East to Pimlico; Prince Gala Handy Victor at Cicero: Twilight Run One, Half Lengths Back, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-06


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• • Tim Tim Tarn Tarn En En Route Route East East to to Pimlico; Pimlico; Prince Prince Gala Gala Handy Handy Victor Victor at at Cicero Cicero Twilight Run One, Half Lengths Back Danner Gelding Gets Good Ride From Sellers in Brecon Beacons; Camelback Is 3rd By J. J. MURPHY SPORTSMANS PARK. Cicero, III.. May 5. — Prince Gala, a four-year-old gelding owned by Ray Danner. won his second purse in seven starts this year when he led a fairly good field to the. wire in the Brecon Beacons Purse here this afternoon. The event, at six furlongs, brought out a field of eight, with Camelback, owned by Emil Denemark Jr., the favorite. However, the best the latter could do was finish third, with Twilight Run, owned by Erl K. Carey, splitting him and the winner. Prince Gala, who led most of the way, paid 4, and ran the distance on a drying-out track labeled "good" in 1:13. Increases Margin on Backstretch Prince Gala, ridden by John Sellers, was off well, and catching Admiral Van after rounding the first turn, took a good lead. Down the backstretch, the son of Blue Gay increased his margin and turned into the home stretch with a good advantage. Sel-j lers never stopped riding, however, and the winners margin at the finish was one and j one-half lengths. | The attendance on the final Monday of the spring meeting was 9,494 despite the cool weather. Robert Nono. a Chicago-born lad Vkho is one of the two apprentices performing here, rode the winners of both ends of the 68.60 Daily Double when he steered Dudes Belle from Mikel Farm to victory in the opener and beat Truster, from the latter stable, with Issy Ham in the second. Each event was at six and one-half furlongs, and. while Truster scored by a fairly good margin. Issy Ham just managed to get up in the last stride. The favorites floundered, with Mr. Minx being third in the opener and The Verb unplaced in the second. A second-time starter named Lime Rock, Continued on Page Fiftf-Six Prince Gala Handy Victor In Sportsmans Park Feature Continued from Page One owned by Peter Jerman and ridden by Jer-old Casey, survived a claim of foul by Tony Ferraiuolo, rider of Lil Frankie. the second horse, to bfr awarded the verdict* in the ■* second. Casey, substituting for Len Richardson, sent Lime Rock to the front early and he was never headed. Ferraiuolo claimed the colt had interfered with his charge in the stretch. The distance was a "half mile, and One W., the favorite, after having been off well, dropped completely out of it. Lime* Rock paid 6.40. Capitol Ace. who took the fifth race, was the first favorite to win during the day. The colt, with Jack Fieselman up, led all the way in the 1-mile contest, beating the good-closing Hello Rita by three parts of a length. Painted Cloud, with Sidney Le-jeune up, took the fourth, with War Togs second.

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