Nebraska Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-15


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Nebraska Notes AKSARBEN Ohama Nebr May 14 14With With opening day a week off racing sec ¬ retary Ken Mclntosh is pleased that more than 400 horses already are on the grounds with more arriving daily Mclntosh is cer ¬ tain that the limit of 1100 horses will be reached well before opening day dayGuy Guy and Walter Shultz are on hand with their usual useful stable Heading the band is the perennial favorite of Omaha racing fans Butch K The Pride fo Oklahoma wintered well at Marian and is reported training better than any time in the last few seasons Three head owned by Marian Speck of Johnson Kan arrived in charge of trainer Havey Winebaugh The group includes Gayview G I Bob and Preview Gayview raced well here last season against better company and has been postward but once this year G I Bob and Preview also have had one start this year at Turf Para ¬ dise in Phoenix Ariz The latter inci ¬ dentally is a full sister of the aforemen ¬ tioned Gayview and finished second in her racing debut at the Arizona oval The powerful stable of E K Carey of Denver Colyo arrived today from Chicago in charge of trainer Bud Rapp Silver State a handicap winner in the Windy City appears to be top horse in the aggre ¬ gation One of the largest stables on the grounds is that trained by A D Turner of Council Bluffs la Turner has 20 head here with mos tof them owned by himself and Wil liamb Fudge The balance of the outfit is owned by Fred Smith Among the more recent registrations were five head owned by Mary Goldblatt and Ames McFadden of Corvalis Ore They are in charge of R J Buck Buchanan Theg roup includes King Julian Bookkeep ¬ er Red Speed Sign Out ond Brother Julian King Julian was second in his last start to the highly regarded Ekaba in the 5000 added Arizano Downs Handicap at Turf Paradise L O Spec Lane registered 18 thor ¬ oughbreds including two of his own for W D and Goy Rorick of Johnson Kan The stable has been campaigning in Ari ¬ zona during the winter Heading the group are Tonys Folly Joe Sabu and Lucky Call All have been competing against top horses on the Arizona front Due to arrive soon are 14 horses belong ¬ ing to Marion Van Berg of Columbus Neb The 1957 Nebraska horse of the year Roses Gem will head the aggregation which will bein charge of son Jack Van Berg The stable is currently racing in Chicago Mr and Mrs W J Lewis of Clarendon Tex will be represented by nine head being trained by A W Woody Kirkpatrick Topping the band is Miche Claire the stakeswinning three yearold Others in the stable vwill include Music Prince Vic Mon an impressive twoyearold winner Gem Claire Mr Neal Arroyo Barre Vic ¬ tory Texas Jay and Saucy Barre Trainer Cal Johnson arrived from Phoenix with a nine horse string in his public stable Wise Jax owned by Mrs M D Allen of Tucson Ariz ranks as the top horse He has turned in a pair of vic ¬ tories this year with both of them coming in allowance dashes at Turf Paradise Others in the stable include Miss Omen owned by Andy J Crevolin Reds Brother and Red Venture for Mrs F R Glover Saybern for H L Pratt Steady Nelly for H F Bpnnell and Rillito Sir and Wise Kabee for the aforementioned Mrs Allen Olen Sledge of Duncan Okla again will be represented by a large stable in charge of Taters Whatley The popular Jimmy The One is returning and will again be pointed for the top distance events of the meeting Others in the group include Cas sopolis a threeyearold out of the same mare as Jimmy The One Deb Chaser Strong Point and Color Added the latter a top twoyearold prospect are among the more prominent performers in the con ¬ tingent Kings Canasta a top threeyearold prospect owned by the Double F Farm of Littleton Colo arrived today from Chicago The sophomore will be trained by C C Colbert and has shown most impressive form during the early part of this year Horsemen are reminded that nomina ¬ tions for the 7500 AllAmerica City Handicap close Saturday May 17 Weights will be published Monday May 19 with declarations by 9 a m that day The race is for fouryearolds and upward and is to be decided over the sixfurlong distance

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