U.S. Patrons Acquire Two Argentine Handicap Stars: Mrs. Carpenter Gets Appleton; Lucido Goes to Calder Stable, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-09


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US Patrons Acquire Two Argentine Handicap Stars StarsMrs Mrs Carpenter Gets Appleton Lucido Goes to Colder Stable StableMIAMI MIAMI Fla May 8 Two members of Argentinas big three handicap horses Appleton and Lucido soon will compete in the United States Manuel Giberga one of South Americas leading horsemen and an internationally recognized authority on thoroughbred breeding today announced announcedGiberga Giberga who brought Meeting winner of the Hialeah Turf Handicap last winter to the U S and sold him to W L Mc Knight returned from a 27day buying tour in Argentina in behalf of Mrs Louise Carpenter and Stephan Calder CalderAppleton Appleton the Round Table of Argentina was acquired for Mrs Carpenter who will turn the brilliant campaigner over to Mrs Eugenia colorsThe Bankhead to race in her colors The fouryearold has won nine of eleven races that included splendid performances under 128 and 130 pounds Appleton lists 5 furlongs in 56 1 18 miles in 146 and 1 4 miles in 15935 among his accom ¬ plishments He has vbn by as much as eighteen lengths and was second in his defeats defeatsPhil Phil Goodwin trainer for Mrs Bank head accompanied Giberga on the trip and will take charge of Appleton for a Garden State Park campaign Calder joined Gi ¬ berga midway through the Argentine jqurney jqurneyLucido Lucido who finished within one length of mighty Appleton in a recent meeting is among Caldefs acquisitions The front runner and Penderoso who broke down and currently is mending make up Argen ¬ tinas big three in the handicap ranks ranksLucido Lucido also will be in Goodwins care at Garden State temporarily The main di ¬ vision ot Calders stable is sjated to make the Chicago circuit with Ike Mourar train ¬ ing

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