KTBA Purse Marks Successful Debut for Juvenile Aw-Comin: Hollenbach-Miller Leased Filly Nips Elbruz by Neck; Longshots Prevail at Downs, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-14


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KTBA Purse M Marks arks Successful Debuf for Juvenile AwComin HollenbachMiller Leased Filly Nips Elbruz by Neck Longshots Prevail at Downs DownsBy By BUD LYON LYONCHURCHILL CHURCHILL DOWNS Louisville May 13 AwComin a twoyearold daughter of Woodchuck Isit Cash made her racing debut a winning one before a crowd of 7400 fans here this warm spring afternoon when the filly ekea out a neck decision over the highly regarded Elbruz in the featured Kentucky Thoroughbred Breeders Association Purse at 4 furlongs It was another three and onehalf lengths back to J Graham Browns Bettys Master which had shown the way through the opening quarter mile of this maiden dash fashioned exclusively for two yearolds the property of or leased by members of the KTBA KTBALouis Louis J Hollenbach and Robert Miller both of Louisville were lessees of the win ¬ ning filly having acquired her for the race from T W and A C Ferguson Both Hol ¬ lenbach a former member of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and Miller were honored at the annual KTBA awards dinner tonight at the Brown Hotel where they received a silver trophy symbolic of victory victoryFavorite Favorite Closing Fastest of All AllJimmy Jimmy Preston was astride AvComin placing her favorably right at the start moving along the outside of Bettys Master on the final bend taking over the lead shortly after entering the stretch and then in an all out drive just lasted over Elbruz AwComin showed some of the speed that made her sire a top sprinter of a few years past as she reached the end in 53V5 and to continue the parade of longshots she rewarded her backers with a 4340 win mutuel mutuelElbruz Elbruz oddson choice with the fans and under lease today by Creel Brown Jr was once again forced to be satisfied with run ¬ nerup honors even though she was going fastest of all at the end The Charlie Mc Adam colt appeared to lack some of the zip he had shown previously in breaking from the starting gate and this undoubt ¬ edly had much to do with his winding up just a neck shy at the finish after making up nearly six lengths through the last quarter mile mileThe The highest Daily Double payoff of the meeting 31680 was recorded when A L Birchs Night Shopper 1180 winner of the opener and Ralph A Paracheks Blew bout 5080 took down the second event Forrest Kaelin was astride Night Shopper and guided the maiden threeyearold colt from off the early pace to register by a length over the S I Crews favorite Chance Gauge Show honors went to Mrs A C Krebs Little Chic who finished nearly five more lengths back Night Shopper reouired 130 to get the 7 furlongs furlongsBlewbout Blewbout racing in the chocolate silks of the former owner of Fort Miami race course came from far back in the field of three and fouiyearold maidens in the second race to pick up her initial purse She was skillfully handled by the veteran veteranContinued Continued on Page Eight Juvenile AwComin Takes Churchills KTBA Sprint SprintFirstTime FirstTime Starter Nips Elbruz By Neck Several Longshots Win WinContinued Continued from Page One OneFrank Frank Anthony Smith The Roman Bout filly won pretty much as she pleased fin ¬ ishing four lengths before W Boganowskis Mumbo while third money went to one of the tiring early leaders J L Minguas Jim Ringo Time for the 7 furlongs was 125 125Creel Creel Brown Jrs Dixie Dynamite con ¬ tinued the parade of longshots in the fourth The Southern Pride colt got up in the final strides of that 6furlong dash to register by a half length over John Devereuxs Cureme It was another three quarters length back to W A Nelsons Kentucadet who was closing resolutely at the end X5il Roser was astride as the Louisvilleowned colt raced in 111 and returned a 6680 mutuel It provided trainer Lee Niles with his first Downs win ¬ ner intwo years

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