Idun Slated to Make Debut Saturday: May Take On Colts In Delaware Valley; Mrs. Bays Unbeaten Filly Among Forty-Two Eligibles To Sprint at Garden State, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-07


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I dun Slated to Make Debut Saturday rviqy Take On Colts In Delaware Valley ValleyMrs Mrs Bays Unbeaten Filly Among FortyTwo Eligibles To Sprint at Gardenx State StateBy By WILLIAM C PHILLIPS PHILLIPSGARDEN GARDEN STATE PARK Camden N J May 6 Mrs C Ulrick Bays Idun the outstanding illy of the country as a two yearold last season is slated tqjnake her 1958 debut at this course on Saturday She is named for the 25000 added Delaware Valley Stakes a 6 furlongs event in which she would be required to meet male oppo ¬ nents for the first time in her career Last season she established a new earnings rec ¬ ord for a juvenile filly by winning 220953 and was considered by many as being one of the best prospects of either sex to come along in several seasons seasonsThe The daughter of Royal Charger Tige O Myheart by Bull Lea was a 63000 yearling purchase at the Keeneland sum ¬ mer sales Among her several triumphs was the Gardenia here last year yearThis This morning she was jogged over the sloppy course accompanied by traintr Sher rill Ward on a pony Ward spoke enthusi ¬ astically about her progress toward the re ¬ sumption of her career but was indefinite concerning exactly what her first race would be Shes in the stakes was his crisp comment concerning the chances of her starting in the Delaware Valley There also is a 6 furlongs allowance race in the condition book for Saturday in which she may run if the race fills j jHubcap Hubcap on Grounds GroundsMore i More than a third of the 42 Delaware J Valley nominees are on the grounds Elk j cam Stables Hubcap has been quartered here more than two weeks following a tri ¬ umph in the Swift Stakes at Jamaica Trainer Ray Metcalf reports the gelding doing all that is asked of him I IBoncrist Boncrist Farms Backbone was shipped here from Maryland shortly after his Chesapeake Stakes triumph and he is pointing for the Saturday fixture The Jerseybred King Me from the stable of Sam Tufano gave evidence of present fit ¬ ness when he registered a five lengths vic ¬ tory here on Monday The son of Ferd won easily over the slippy track trackThe The Brookfield Farm of Baltimorean Harry Isaacs has named Ive Got Rhythm and Isendu and both are prospects Ive Got Rhythm was a particularly impressive winner in the slop on opening day beating the Delaware Valley eligibles Deack Dun ¬ can and Balmacara Both are expected to seek revenge in the stakes Edward Potter Jrs Plion winner of the Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland also is an expected starter Plion was the leading money winner at the Lexington course and here in New Jersey last season he captured the Sapling Stakes StakesOther Other possibilities include J J Colandos Greek Star Myron N Goodwins Persia Dorchester Farms Refugee Richard Fin chers General Rocket Mrs Ada L Bices Talent Show and Oscar Garrigues Grand1 Suspense I

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