Head Play Remains Choice: Kearneys Odds 3 to 1 Against Him for American Derby--Mr. Khayyam Now 5 to 1., Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-23


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HEAD PLAY REMAINS CHOICE Kearneys Odds 3 to 1 Against Him for American Derby — Mr. Khayyam Now 5 to 1. Head Play, though beaten in the Wood Memorial Stakes at Jamaica, still is highly respected by Tom Kearney of St. Louis for the American Derby at Washington Park I June 3 and is held in Kearneys future book at 3 to 1, while 5 to 1 is offered against Mr. Khayyam, winner of the Wood Memorial, his price dropping from 8 to 1. Ladysman is second choice at 4 to 1, and Charley O. and Sarada are 8 to 1. The Kearney quotations follow: Straight Place Show Head Play 3-1 3-2 7-10 Ladysman 4-1 2-1 1-1 Mr. Khayyam 5-1 3-1 3-2 Sarada 8-1 4-1 2-1 Charley 0 8-1 4-1 2-1 The following are 15 to 1: Trace Call, Utopian, The Darb and Guardian. The 20 to 1 shots are: Hurryoff, Contraband, Caterwaul, Knockaway, Kerry Patch, Projectile, Pomponius, Jungle King and Dynastic. Others are from 40 to 1 to 1,000 to 1, and all odds are play or pay. Hyperion and Rodesto are equal first choices in Kearneys book for the Epsom Derby, to be run in England May 31. The place and show odds are 3 to 1 and 3 to 2. The St. Louisan offers 10 to 1 against Manitoba, King Salmon, Gino, Highlander and Young Lover, and the following are 20 to 1: Light Sussex, Statesman, Herinero, Interlace, Alexander, Colcherne, Cocque Denoix and Felicitation. The Kings entries, Whitehead and The Abbot, have been withdrawn. m * _

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