Bounding Home to Have Many Rivals in Dwyer: List Twenty Probables for War Bond Day Fixture at Aqueduct, Daily Racing Form, 1944-06-22


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Bounding Home to Have Many Rivals in Dwyer DwyerList List Twenty Probables for War Bond Day Fixture at Aqueduct AqueductAQUEDUCT AQUEDUCT L I N Y June 21 As War Bond Day approaches there is no perceptible diminution in the prospective size of the field for the 50000 Dwyer Stakes which will head next Saturdays program Racing secretary John Campbell says that for all he knows as many as 20 ranking threeyearolds will go postward It only costs 500 additional to start and the fact that this years crop of Derbyage horses are in disrepute may encourage owners of anything with an outside chance and the necessary eligibility to start their horses horsesMeanwhile Meanwhile the advance sale of War Bonds is proceeding briskly The bond booths at Aqueduct are doing a steady business selling 25 and 50 face value bonds to grandstand patrons and 100 or larger bonds to clubhouse customers Bonds may also be purchased at the Penn Sta ¬ tion the War Bond cash register in Times Square and at the offices of The Jockey Club 250 Park Avenue and the New York State Racing Commission 745 Fifth Ave ¬ nue The mere purchase of a War Bond insures a 25 per cent profit to the turf fan who obtains his admission to the track in that way and thats the only way any sport lover will be able to get into Aqueduct Saturday SaturdayThe The most interesting of the Dwyer can ¬ didates are William Ziegler Jrs Bounding Home winner of the Belmont Stakes in which he outfinished Calumet Farms Pensive who was seeking the Triple Crown after having won the Derby and Preakness A P Parkers early summer revelation By Jimminy victor in the Shel vin in his last start and Greentree Stables Stir Up who finished third in both the Derby and Preakness but was not dis ¬ graced in either effort and has the speed to be with the pace all the way By Jimminy beat him in the Shelvin and with ease but any time a Greentree colt goes postward in a stake he has a chance as Four Freedoms demonstrated just the other day when he trounced First Fiddle FiddleOther Other intriguing possibilities in the Dwyer are Mrs E D Jacobs stretchrun ¬ ning Stymie who is due to win a major stakes after having finished fast in most of his races this year Mrs H J Mohrs Royal Prince a Marylander who came into the spotlight in his native state last autumn and has showed promise in his two starts this season the superior mud runner Comanche Peak who may cajry Mrs Floyd Wests colors if the weather continues moist and R A Cowards im ¬ proved Appleknocker Then there is the G D Widener pair of Lucky Draw and Who Goes There

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