Eight Seek 8,700 Dixie Handicap: Master Boing Totes Top Impost of 122; Jabneh, Leap Tide, Pop Corn And Bureaucracy Threats In Pimlicos Grass Stake, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-10


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Eight Seek 28700 Dixie Handled Master Boing Totes Top Impost of 122 122Jabneh Jabneh Leap Tide Pop Com And Bureaucracy Threats in Pimlicos Grass Stake StakeBy By PALMER HEAGERTY HEAGERTYPIMLICO PIMLICO Baltimore Md May 9 The famed Dixie Handicap which had its in ¬ augural running in 1870 when it was won by Preakness from whence came the name of Marylands outstanding threeyearold fixture which is the established second gem in Americas Triple Crown will be contested for the fiftyseventh time Satur ¬ day afternoon As in the past three years this seasons Dixie will be a 1 38 miles over the turf course With eight overnight entrants the fixture will gross 28 700 with the winner to net 19650 plus 300 in eligibility fees feesMaster Master Boing who made his debut in this country while winning the 1956 Wash ¬ ington D C International at Laurel Race Course and who was later acquired by his present owner Nelson B Hunt will parade postward under top weight of 122 pounds This impost calls for him to concede from nine to 20 pounds to his various rivals in the compact field fieldNelson Nelson Rides Topweighr TopweighrMrs Mrs E Eugenia Bankheads Jabneh tops J topsJ miai1der ° f the field havine teen as ¬ signed 113 pounds by racing secretary and handicapper Charles J McLennan Then ThenI I a r ° P ° f two pounds do n to Mrs Jhourons Leap Tide who gets in Saratoga Pete wjth 102 pounds n fj hi Ct0ry f m Laurels g bal event tailed to win another race until rn tlinf nmmrn 41 impressively over Grey Baby Roman Bat BatwLcnfjSf wLcnfjSf an overnieht event which was sufficient to earn for him a starting position in the Dixie He will be ridden tomorrow by Eldon Nelson who took S nhfrU ff ° f this race with Cockfield fatable KhanLike s Akbar Khan Like Master Boing Jabneh seems to have found one grass course which he greatly SS6 greatlySS6 Ugh in Ws case tt is Seated at Hialeah He accounted for the 1957 Hia ¬ leah Turf Handicap then waited until this past winter to attain peak form finishing second behind Tartan Stables Meeting in the same face He will have the saddle serv ¬ ices of Johnny Covalli Leap CovalliLeap Tide another Frenchbred has been freshened since whipping 15000 Continued on Page FiftySeven Eight Seek Top Honors In 28700 Dixie Handicap Continued from Page SixtyFour SixtyFourclaimers claimers Jin a turf event at HialeahHe has always raced well over grass and last year was second in both the Bougainvillea and Sussex Handicaps He will be ridden by Nick Shuk ShukA A definite threat in this years Dixie is Pop Corn a fouryearold Nirgal colt who will be ridden by Johnny Ruane Americas leading rider at this moment During the winter in Miami Pop Corn displayed a fondness for the grass whipping Meeting Master Boing and others on one occasion Since shipping North he has raced but once finishing second behind General Arthur over a good track at Jamaica JamaicaBureaucracy Bureaucracy a son of Polynesian has failed to win in 16 starts this year although he has picked up 10000 while finishing four times second and five times third He was of course completely over ¬ shadowed among Mr Fitz threeyearolds last term by Bold Ruler but he was compe ¬ tent enough to have won the Providence and Dwyer Stakes while earning 87675 Chris Rogers who took the 56 Dixie with Chevation and who will be atop Lincoln Road in the Preakness rides Bureaucracy in the Dixie DixieAdare Adare H and Trasgo were bred in Ire ¬ land and Argentina respectively and neither has been any great shakes jn this country Adare IE has shown a definite preference for the grass and in his last start was fourth behind Bernburgoo in the Laurel Spring Turf Cap CapSaratoga Saratoga Pete has little to recommend his top performance being a victory over Lovely Shade and Roman Battle in last 3tea Cok niftl = HaiHlkSRj i atf RaftoH Dtafas

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