10 Sophomores in Windy City Sprint: King Hopeful, Hail Navy Head Field; Her Ladyship, Spy Melody And Headquarters Set for Balmoral Challenge Today, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-15


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MRS CARRIE C HILLOCK Owner of ofPlain Plain CityPurse Ben a starter in the Windy City Purse on todays Balmoral program 10 Sophomores in Windy City Sprint King Hopeful Hail Navy Head Field FieldHer Her Ladyship Spy Melody And Headquarters Set for Balmoral Challenge Today TodayWASHINGTON WASHINGTON PARK Homewood 111 May 14 Ten aspiring threeyearolds in ¬ cluding two that commanded fivefigure purchase prices at the 1956 Keeneland yearling sales will duel Thursday in the 4000 Windy City Purse 6furlong feature of the fourth day of the Balmoral meeting at Washington Park It will be run as the eight of nine races racesProbably Probably the most promising thorough ¬ bred in the field is Hasty House Faims King Hopeful Purchased for 30500 by Hasty House he had five seconds in 15 starts since last year before he came through with his first win in a 6furlong sprint April 7 at Gulfstream Park ParkFull Full Brother to Queen Hopeful HopefulHe He is a bay gelding by Roman Playfull by Chance Play His full sister Queen Hopeful will be remembered for her stakes victories at two three and four At two When she earned 169534 she won the Arlington Lassie and the Princess Pat and deadheated Greek Lady in the second division of the Mademoiselle Among other stakes victories here later were the 1955 Beverly HandicapAnother and the 1956 Modesty Handicap Another Keeneland purchase running Thursday is M Freeds Hail Nevy whose sale price was 15000 Starting once last year and six times this year he scored his first win April 9 at Gulfstream Hail Navy is by Crafty Admiral Blue Petal by Blue Larkspur LarkspurTwo Two well regarded homebreds are Dr R C Austins Her Ladyship an Alibhai So Proudly filly who scored at Gulfstream and Texan Ralph Lowes Spy Melody by Spy Song Stolen Melody by War Admiral vhose initial victory after six starts came at Churchill Downs DownsOther Other recent winners include J E Hughes Headquarters Mrs B Niermans SmokeMeNow and Kerr Stables Buds Big Red which won at Santa Anita Com ¬ pleting the Windy City field are Dr and Mrs J R Smiths Beach City which earned 13675 as a twoyearold North Down Far ms Air Chief atid C C Hillocks Plain Ben

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