Fonner Park Co-Features 6 Furlong Sprints Today: Joe No Mark Seeks Third Win At Meet in Governors Purse, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-07


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Fonner Park CoFeatures 6 Furlong Sprints Today TodayJoe Joe No Mark Seeks Third Win At Meet in Governors Purse PurseBy By DEAN WILLIAMS WILLIAMSFONNER FONNER PARK Grand Island Nebr May 6 A pair of attractive events for younger horses has been carded to high ¬ light Wednesdays program at Fonner Park The sixth race at 6 furlongs is a test for threeyearolds and is titled the Cen ¬ tral City Purse while the Governors Purse the seventh on the program is designed exclusively for fouryearolds fouryearoldsThe The Governors Purse a 6furlong allow ¬ ance race attracted eight horses Nosey Tiger and Joe No Mark are winners at the Fonner meeting while Ormshifter Linger Lady Big Samson Hillbeau Gallant Time and Shanty Red have yet to reach the winners circle circleJoe Joe No Mark has started twice at the current meeting winning on both occa ¬ sions The fouryearold homebred won im ¬ pressively in both efforts but was not meeting the caliber of competition he will be asked to go against Wednesday This will be his first start for owner Harold Modrow who claimed him in his most re ¬ cent start Joe No Mark will be ridden by apprentice Gary Lambert LambertThe The sixth race drew a capacity field of 10 The field of sophomores named to go postward are Pap April Dunn Lady Ware Whist Action Sky Reil Dukes Darling Cinchie Bartholomew Uranium Dream and Poderoso PoderosoC C R and C H Wares Lady Ware turned in a good effort in her only start over the local fiveeighths of a mile oval The daughter of Grand Admiral tired just enough to be beaten by V S Watsons Shift On This race was at 6y2 furlongs The 6 furlongs of the Central City Purse should be more to her liking likingCinchie Cinchie owned by the Hookers Stable Will be making her first start of the cur ¬ rent season The speedy homebred filly was one of the top twoyearolds racing in Ne ¬ braska last year Her most impressive vic ¬ tory was her defeat of Curly Kem in the Columbus Futurity

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