Sportsmans Park: Arizona Horsemen Proud of Sugar Madison; Half-Sister Is Candidate for Miss Chicago; Stewards Tell Why Sir Tribal Ran Saturday, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-07


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Sportsmans Park 1 By J J Murphy I IArizona Arizona Horsemen Proud of Sugar Madison HalfSister Is Candidate for Miss Chicago Stewards Tell Why Sir Tribal Ran Saturday SaturdaySPORTSMANS SPORTSMANS PARK Cicero HI May 6 A pho ¬ tographic reproduction of Beau Madison in action adorns the front page of the programs at the Turf Paradise track in Phoenix th reason being that Beau Madison established a worlds record for a halfmile at that course last year A halfsister of the speedster will see action around here this sum ¬ mer in Sugar Madison a candi ¬ date for the Miss Chicago Stakes to be run on Balmorals opening day Both are from the mare Finger Bell The latter is by Tick On who was a stakes runner for Neil S McCarthy on the West Cpast However Sugar Madison winner pf her first two starts at Santa Anita is npt regarded by Arizpna turfmen as being the bsst young filly in that neck of the woods They claim that Steamed Up who like Sugar Madison is a daughter of the stallion Be Sure Now rates that honor Steamed Up Who trained at Turf Paradise was shipped to Santa Anita f pr her first start and she was so heavily played despite being equippedwith a jockey who had never before ridden over the Arcadia oval that she was favpred atppst time Steamed Up won as she pleased a fact that caused her owner Stan Snedigar of Phoenix to state lie was willing to wager bundles that she could beat any twoyearold in the nation at the halfmile dis ¬ tance Odd thing about Steamed Up is that after win ning at Santa Anita she was shipped to Rillito Park Tucson Ariz entered in a quarterhorse race against older opposition and was beaten beatenThe The stewards have an explanation for Sir Tribals appearance in last Saturdays feature in which the gray runner was beatenover a racing strip he ostensibly did not like They aver that after trainers of three horses including Sir Tribal had filed scratch blanks pn Saturday morning twp pf the cbnditipners later an ¬ nounced willingness to start their horses That left Sir Tribal and the officials said they informed trainer Ippolito later inu the day that he could scratch Sir Tribal if he cared to dp so After conferring with Charles Fritz Sir Tribals pwner Ippplitp changed his mind and permitted the gray tp remain in the field in the belief that the track wpuld dry put enpugli by cost time to warrant his having a chance Willie Carstens Joins Saddle Colony ColonyJockey Jockey Willie Carstens whp grained a measure pf fame as the rider pf Federal Hill last year cfiecked in frpm his hpme in New Orleans When Play Ron won last Saturday it markedthe first time the silks pf the Select Stable had ever been carried tp victory Play Rpn is the lone runner in the stable that is Pwhed by seven Chicagpans Fprmer pwner Duncan Mac Lachan is ampng the visitprs Owner George Scallon of Dallas Texas won his first race since re ¬ turning to the sport when Denver King was successful recently Scallpn was prominent in Chicago racing abput six years agp and at pne time had the stallipn Crpss Bow n He decided to take another fling at racing this spring Racing secretary Robert Mc ¬ Auliffe will rest up for about one week following the meeting and will then report to ThistleDown where he will function as a steward McAuliffe celebrated his 47th birthday Tuesday Frank Peacock midwestern racing official writes that the track at Jefferson S Dr formerly known as Tri State Park has been revamped and will hence ¬ forth be known as Jefferson Park Says the plant has enough stabling space for 500 horses arid applications for twice that many have been received for the meet ing due to open May 23 Racing will be conducted on Fridays Saturdays and Sundays Trainer Bobby Tilden is in with Morse Flash his chief breadwinner for a couple of seasons Also brpught Rico Vino for B Neighbors Felix P Aime in whose father is an owner and trainer here has been released from a New Orleans hospital slightly improved in health Young Aime was formerly agent for several Jpckeys as well as agent for the stable trained by Vester Wright Kepler to Train Bilbrey String Prominent trainer Jpe Bilbrey has retired tp his home In Collinsville 111 for a lengthy rest on the advice of his doctor The runners Last and Only Honey Please and Miss JrHi owned by I W Spicer have been turned over to Kenneth Kepler to handle while Happy Age Super Kitty Heres Jake and Crowing have been sent to Dwight Denhams farm at Green ¬ ville HI to be rested All were formerly trained by Bilbrey Jimmy Wallace trainer for Agdura Stock Farm whose Ekaba was voted the top grass horse at the last Santa Anita meeting has arrived atxWashirigr ton Park with the string They came from Turf Paradise ParadiseClarence Clarence Meaux one of the nations leading riders and the boy who topped the list at Sportsmans Park last spring will ride for William Hal Bishop Jack Glendower the new addition to the Balmoral official family was at one time a prominent breeder of thor ¬ oughbreds in California and later served as assistant racing secretary and as racing secretary on some Cali CaliContinued Continued on Page FortySeven SPORTSMANS PARK PARKBy By j J 3HURPHY Continued from PogeFive PogeFivefornia fornia tracks Jack Klucina racing secretary at Mauniee Dawns visited his family here last weekend Among the top horses in the Bishop stable this year are the fine grass runner Beniburgoo win ¬ ner of the Continental Turf Hanflicap at Balmoral last year arid Pemberton and Petes Folly also stakeswinners in 1957 i Angelo Gilio purchased the sixyearold Etheridge from the Elrmvood Parm Stable Trainer Jack Noel brought seven head from Louisville to race in the interests of Montell Farm Trainer Nick Moran is at Washington Park with nine horses for W L Huntley five for Mrs N J Moran and one for the Sun Bright Stable

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