Miss Chicago Goes to Dark Vintage; Gone Fishin Takes Preakness Prep: Remains Unbeaten In Three Outings; 10,227 Present at Balmoral Inaugural See Voynow Filly Whip Little Kid, Marcy Belle, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-13


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Miss Chicago Goes to Dark Vintage Gone Fishin Takes Preakness Prep Remains Unbeaten In Three Outings 10227 Present at Balmoral Inaugural See Voynow Fijly Whip Little Kid Marcy Belle BelleBy By J J MURPHY MURPHYWASHINGTON WASHINGTON PARK Homewood HI May 12 Dark Vintage owned by the North Star Ranch of Ed Voynow of Chicago trained by Ed Carpenter and ridden by John Heckmann won the fourth running of the Miss Chicago Stakes here this after ¬ noon and netted 10850 through her vic ¬ tory With nine starters the race grossed 17825 with 11075 gross to the winner Dark Vintage an oddson favorite led most of the way and woji by two and onehalf lengths from Little Kid whose stablemate La Cpmparsita finished fourth Third money went to Marcy Belle Dark Vintage ran the 5Yz furlongs in 104 and paid 340 for the usual 200 wager A crowd of 10277 was present for the opening of the Balmoral meeting and while the sun was shining brightly a rather cool breeze was blowing The track was fast Brief Challenge at Far Turn TurnJockey Jockey Heckmann liad unbeaten Dark Vintage1 who was seeking her third straight success off well and she soon sprinted to the front Marcy Belle who had been away last from the outside position offered a brief challenge around the stretch turn but Dark Vintage asserted her superiority in pulling away when Heckmann gave her her head in the last eighth and she was running easily at the end Although Marcy Belle turned in a good effort she was un ¬ able to hold Little Kid who came from sixth place in the early stages stagesPattys Pattys Choice winner of five of her six outings was installed as second choice but lacked the speed to keep up as did Sugar Madison who had been unbeaten until this afternoon winning two for two out west westThe The longest priced Daily Double of the Continued on Page Eight Dark Vintage Shows Way In Miss Chicago Stakes StakesUnbeaten Unbeaten Voynow Filly Defeats Little Kid 10277 at Balmoral BalmoralContinued Continued from Page One OneChicago Chicago season to date was posted after the fairly well played twoyearold Arthur Jay Gee had taken the opening race and Morale an outsider had won the second The payoff was 75320 Arthur Jay Cee graduated from the maiden ranks undev the guidance of jockey Clarence Meaux while Morale who paid 11600 to win was ridden by William Carstens The opener was a fivefurlong dash and the second was at seven furlongs furlongsA A number of eligibles for Saturdays Modesty Handicap met in the fourth race and Melody Mine from Hasty House Farms emerged victorious in defeating Woodlawn by one length with Little Pache taking third place The distance was 5V furlongs and Melody Mine the second choice was guided by apprentice Richard Barnett who was riding today for the first time in several months Smoke Veil the favorite weakened in the stretch and was unplaced unplacedJockey Jockey Tony Skoronski whorode Sea Trial to victory in the lls miles third race came back to make it a double on the day when he registered with Billagain another outsider in the fifth The Cicero jockey had his mount close up from the start sent him to the front in the stretch and won by slightly more than one length from the goodfinishing Mr D o n m a r Mambo Man Goldnose and Free and Busy the wellliked ones were all unplaced unplacedThe The first favorite of the day was success ¬ ful when Some Front with Jack Fieselman leading rider at Sportsmans Park in the saddle won the sixth race Fieselman held Some Front under steady restraint in the preliminary stages then turned him loose and the gelding had enough to best Voli ¬ tion an outsider The distance was IVa miles

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