Connors Corner: Guggenheim Anent Bald Eagles Derby Status; St. Amour II. Has Rough Air Trip to Coast; Woodhouse to Ride Jovial Jove in Toboggan, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-15


view raw text

Connors Corner By Chuck Connors Guggenheim Anent Bald Eagles Derby Status St Amour II Has Rough Air Trip to Coast Woodhouse to Ride Jovial Jove in Toboggan TobogganBELMONT BELMONT PARK Elmorit L I N Y May 14 Harry F Guggenheim of Cain Hoy Stable in discussing his Epsom Derby candidate Bald Eagle stated that the final decision will be reached after the Derby Trial to be held on May 27 Should the colt race to expectations in that event he will be a starter in the Epsom Derby Mr Guggenheim also stated that should Bald Eagle be a starter he will fly down to Lon ¬ don arid then to Epsom for the race returning the next day dayWilliam William C Langley relayed word that he will be out Satur ¬ day for the Toboggan This will be the first visit of the New York State Racing Com ¬ missioner to the track this year Arthur Hunt came down from Boston Mass armed with a bundle of stake nomination blanks for the Suffolk Downs meet ¬ ing He stated that the events close on May 15 In addition Hunt is doing some missionary work in seek ¬ ing to entice New York owners to ship up for the Boston meeting Belmont Evans who is in Buenos Aires down Argentine way seeking to acquire a couple of horses relayed word this way that antiAmerican ¬ ism had not shown up in that city Tine Verdict owned by the New Orleans La patron William Helis arrived from New Jersey in charge of trainer Hausman The colt is an eligible for the weekend Toboggan TobogganArcaro Arcaro on Bug Rush in Acorn and Oaks OaksTrainer Trainer Syl Veitch is due in from Kentucky with a draft of the C V Whitney horses He has secured a call on the services of Eddie Arcaro for the Acorn and Coaching Club American Oaks and the veteran will ride Bug Rush St Amour H owned by Mr and Mrs Frank C Rand arrived in Los Angeles Calif from New York The colt had a rough trip in the air suffering knee and hock bruises Trainer Buddy Hirsch is of the opinion that the colt will be out of action for several weeks That old gag shipping coals to Newcastle came to life at Jamaica yesterday A couple of horses were flown up from San Juan Puerto Rico consigned to trainer M Padovani They are pic ¬ nicking and Lee Gee They will race in the interests of Francisco Rivera RiveraThe The turf course was opened for training purposes this morning and a bakers dozen of horses were out for exercise In the lot was the alien from France Doural in charge of trainer J Rich The invader is owned by the Atlantic air pilot Jerry Jokab who spends his off duty hours while in Paris at Longchamp or MaisonLafitte and at Belmont Park when time and weather permit Mrs W S Parish of Lazy F Ranch was among those present for the afternoon Her horses are in charge of trainer Oleg Dubassoff Jockey H Woodhouse will ride jovial jove for train ¬ er Charlie Sanford in the Toboggan Owner Millard Waldheim of Bwamazon Farm is due in from Chicago for the race Trainer Eugene Jacobs did some tall and fancy shuffling around his Jamaica menage yes ¬ terday St Phideas Dennys Pet Lovely Hilda Opti ¬ mum and Portage Boy went to the farm for a respite and a similar number are due in for replacements replacementsShift Shift Several Head in Jacob String StringMrs Mrs Elizabeth Graham was on hand yesterday She is worried over the status of jockey Manuel Ycaza following the disqualification in the first race Ycaza is slated to ride Jewels Reward in the Preakness on the week end Trainer Hirsch Jacobs shipped out Lynage Jack Albert and a couple of others and later brought in Lysistrata That Scoundrel Cruel Kind and others to be raced here Christopher T Chenery is spending a few days at his Doswell Va farm but plans to be out over the week end before leaving on a busi ¬ ness trip Jimmy Kilroe has a race in the book for tomorrow The claiming price is thirty grand the dis ¬ tance is one mile and the weights graded down from 126 The first turf race is on Saturday the purse 10000 the distance one mile and three furlongs Fred Capossela departs for Baltimore Saturday morn ¬ ing to call the running of the Preakness on television

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1958051501_6_2
Library of Congress Record: