Old Woodbine Presents Ultimus Handicap Today: OMorrissey Expected to Rule As Favorite Over Eight Rivals, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-10


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Old Woodbine Presents Ultimus Handicap Today TodayOMorrissey OMorrissey Expected to Rule As Favorite Over Eight Rivals RivalsBy By JACK AYERS AYERSOLD OLD WOODBINE PARK Toronto Ont May 9 Nine talented Canadianfoaled sprinters on the circuit have been named overnight to contest Saturdays 5000 added Ultimus Handicap the first of a series of eight added money events to be offered at the current Old Wodbine Park meeting The Ultimus will be decided over the 7 furlongs route Although both the Windfields Farms Nearctic arid Col K R Marshalls Hartney are conspicuous by their absence Saturdays headliner should result in one of the most keenly fought events of this young racing season seasonTopweight Topweight of the group at 114 pounds is Miss Olive Armstrongs OMorrissey who may catch the publics fancy because of his last easy and frontrunning victory at Fort Erie The son of Bunty Lawless is an exceedingly sharp horse this spring In his only two outings this season the Arm ¬ strong standardbearer finished second to Jet Marine in his seasonal debut at Fort Erie and in his last race at the frontier course completely smothered his opposition with speed to register by two lengths over Henry B Good Mister Nick and Holiday Ted TedSlated Slated to oppose OMorrissey are Bay field Farms Stinsons Boy 113 Shermanor Farms Our Sirdar 109 McMacken Sta ¬ bles Top Tourn 113 E C Pasqualess Henry B Good 11 Four Ls Stables Mister Nick 113 Charles Bordonaros West Four 111 Mrs John D Cullinghams Holiday Ted 113 and the Bill Beasley Stables Silly Lilly 110

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