Cahokia Downs Program Featured by Glen Echo: Allowance Sprint Attracts Nine Headed by Invading Air Tommie, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-14


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Cahokia Downs Program Featured by Glen Echo Allowance Sprint Attracts Nine Headed by Invading Air Tommie TommieBy By PAT CAUDILL CAUDILLCAHOKIA CAHOKIA DOWNS East St Louis 111 May 13 Threeyearolds make up the featured sixth event the Glen Echo Purse on tomorrow nights ninerace program Nine sophomores were entered Jor the 6l2 furlongs allowance affair which offers a purse of 1400 and heads a wellbalanced card cardTopweight Topweight in the event of 116 pounds falls to T I Harkins Air Tommie a daughter of Air Rate Trim Tommie who will be making her first outing since ar ¬ rival here from Gulstream Park She will seek her fourth winning effort of the year having accounted for two allowance affairs and a 3000 claiming event at Sunshine Park Jockey Norman Atchley will handle the filly for her local debut and it is very likely she will be backed to strong fa ¬ voritism voritismCertain Certain to prove keen competition to Air Tommie is Joe C Mattingley and Ralph Hardicks Eureka Belle and Mr Mrs E C Logsdons Ambitious Kate Eureka Belle to be ridden by D L Shirey was a winner of her only outing at this meeting the Harrisburg Purse on April 30 an allow ¬ ance affair Ambitious Kate has been en ¬ tered along with Cotton Guesser also owned by the Logsdons and looms a strong threat off her recent sharp effort in the Affton Purse last Friday In that 5furlonf allowance test she was beaten but a length by Miss Frac Job and gets in tomorrow night as the lightweight with 107 pounds poundsThe The balance of the field is comprised of Mrs Clara Mullenixs Quick Time claimed by his present owner for 2000 in his last outing here Roscoe T ONeils Wise Reward who will carry 115 pounds with J R Vinson listed as the rider Clyde Clement Bothmans Stella Girl Al Well mans Gayful and Harold Cains Quality First FirstWise Wise Reward an altered son of Harvest Reward Wise Ciitie will be out to make amends for his defeat in the Harrisburg Purse when he finished lastjn the field of eight when backed to favoritism His out ¬ ing previous to that also saw him strongly backed at Sunshine Park and he finished unplaced He has won two of his 12 starts this ear and it is very likely he will again be one of the more strongly favored in tomorrow nights event eventAdding Adding to the variety of the progiam is a four furlongs dash for maiden two yearolds with a full field entered as the fourth race a 7furlong allowance affair for threeyearolds and upward the Gar denville Purse as the seventh and two route affairs at the distance of one mile and 70 yards which will be decided as the fourth and ninth events

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