On the Trot: Stiles Maintains Perfect Record Two Broodmares Would Head Poll Top Names, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-06


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On the Trot By MORRIE KURLANSKY Stiles Maintains Perfect Record Two Broodmares Would Head Poll Top Names Dot Suburban Roster MAYWOOD PARK. Maywood. 111. May 5. — If L. L. Blackburns 2,000 purchase Ozark Tom, a three-year-old free-legged pacing pacing colt colt by by Thomas Thomas pacing pacing colt colt by by Thomas Thomas B. Scott— Gay Dean, bred by .Robert Byrne of West Plains, Mo., should emulate the feats of his sire and enter the 2:00 list, there will be a bitter fight between pedigree pundits and dieticians. The adherents of the theory that the strapping colt is a lucky combination combination of of the the combination combination of of the the genes of the great Ohio free-for-all star of a few seasons ago and the Dean Hanover daughter. Lucky Nana, will doubtless contest that the success of Ozark Tom is a consequence of his milk and eggs diet. Robert Stiles, Jr.. nephew and protege of trainer Edward Morgan, has a perfect in-the-money record at this meeting. Racing but one horse, the aged pacer I them ore Will, the 25-year-old young man from Ohio, has won one race, finished second twice and was three times third. Young Stiles is being groomed by Morgan to become the capable Troy. Ohio, trainers successor and to express it it in a term used Quite frequently by race secretary John Jenuine, "hell do." If midwestern horsemen would conduct a poll to select the best broodmare in the area, many would be hard pressed to choose between Dr. J.. Howard Youngs Miss Pluto Scott, dam of the fine quartet Plutocrat, Golden Miss, Ludene Scott and Winifred, all of them racing at the current Maywood Park meeting, or Edward Moodys Cold Cash daughter Edith Cash. The Maine-bred daughter of Walter Briten-fields former world champion is a 100 per cent producer. Of six. foals of racing age, all have been been winners and three of them, Roxburgh Iola, Roxburgh Carmen and Roxburgh Jean, are already in the 2:05 list. Edith Cashs first six foals are by five different sires, Roxburgh Iola and Roxburgh Ethel are by Tempered Arion: Roxburgh Carmen is by Goose Bay and acclaimed the best daughter of the Saunders stallion; Roxburgh Jean is by Poplar Abbe; Roxburgh G. O.. her thjree-year-old is by Brother Harmony and her youngest foal of racing age, the two-year-old filly Roxburgh Maurine is by Purdue Hal and has the distinction of being the first juvenile winner this season, the filly defeating older rivals in straight heats here last week. T. J. Thibaudeux, Maywood Park factotum returned late Sunday from his annual trip to Louisville where he attended his ninth Derby. Harry Price, owner-trainer of the well-known trotters Billy Davis and Pepper Marks, was grieved by the death of his wife yesterday at the Elgin hospital. The current Maywood Park meeting has produced eight seasons champions over half-mile tracks and thus far has the distinction of having the nations three fastest older trotters on the grounds. Lady Iosola Millers 2:03.3 is the fastest trotting mile regardless of age or sex in the country over a half-mile track while Colbirish and Big Axe lead the stallions and geldings, respectively with their 2:05.1 efforts. Other seasons champions at Maywood Park are Stormy Mick 2:08, four-year-old trotting gelding; Shell Bomb 2:07.4, three year-old trotting gelding ; Jake Rodney 2:01.1, aged pacing stallion; Sea Rover 2:03.1, fouryear-old pacing colt; Boomtown 2:04, four-year-old pacing gelding: while Golden Miss" 2:02.1 mile here last Friday night is surpassed only by Belie Actons 2:02.1 mile at Roosevelt Raceway. Rapid Goose, a good winner in Chicago as a three-year-old last season, recently set a new track record at Rockingham Park with a 2:05.2 mile. The Herman Graham Stock Farm stable shipped to Rosecroft Raceway in Maryland where the outfits stars Sea Rover, Goose Win, Miss Scotbet, Colbirish and Spen Vic are extensively staked. The stable will return- to Chicago for the Sportsmans Park session. Wally Mcll-murray shipped his stable to Hazel Park while Jule Louise left with his horses for Painesville, Ohio. Howard Beissinger, for several seasons the leading driver at Chicago area harness meets, up to last Friday had won three races out of 21 starts at Roosevelt Raceway. Suburban Downs early closing events, received such entries as Amortizer. Amigo Hal, An Ka Da, Belle Acton, B Haven. Cheyenne Goose. Coburn Frost. Diamond Hal. Dotties Pick, Duane Hanover, Frisco Creed. Goose Win, Grand R. Volo. Guy Sota, Jimmie Taylor, Libbys Boy. Lois Scott. Meadow Lands, Noble Adios. Ozark Chief, Plutocrat, Russet Hal, Sea Eagle. Scotchlite. Scottstown, Sunny Byrd, and Torpid for the 5,000 Pacing Classic to guarantee sport of the highest caliber for Chicagoland harness fans. The Suburban Downs Trotting Classic, endowed with a total purse distribution of 5,000, will bring the nations fastest trotters to Chicago this fall as Abbeyup, Colbirish, Charming Barbara, Colonel Hill. Darn Safe, Demon Rum, Guy K. Protector, Jean Laird, Lady Brookwood, Ladys First, Lord Steward, Lumber Boy. Major Hoot. Medal Scotch, Paul Jackson, Pronto Boy. Rexall Boy, Steamin Demon, Su Mac Lad, Terrence Hanover and Trader Horn have been entered for the rich event. For the Suburban ,Downs colt stakes the nations leading Grand Circuit stables have named their best sophomore representatives while the Trans America Series will bring the nations fastest four- and five-year-old pacers to the popular westside oval.

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