Jeep Heads Field for Belmont Stakes; Ten to Seek Lincoln Handicap Honors: Meet at Stickney Track Ends Today; Good Bid Faces Take Wing, Corydon and Bolos Choice In Mile and Quarter Event, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-23


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Jeep Jeep Heads Heads Field Field for for Belmont Belmont Stakes; Stakes; Ten Ten to to Seek Seek Lincoln Lincoln Handicap Handicap Honors Honors Meet at Stickney Track Ends Today Good Bid Faces Take Wing, Corydon and Bolos Choice In Mile and Quarter Event STICKNEY, 111., June 22.— The 28-day meeting of the Lincoln Fields Jockey Club will come to a close at Hawthorne tomorrow with a stellar program featured by the Lincoln Handicap, a ,000 added test of a mile and a quarter for which 1 " horses have been named. By virtue of his victory in the La Salle Handicap at a mile and three-sixteenths last week, H. E. Jacobys Good Bid heads the field for tomorrows headliner, but the race also drew such other able distance runners as Mrs. Clyde Troutts Take Wing, Swanee River Stables Corydon. Happy Hour Farms Devalue, and Hyman Friedbergs Bolos Choice. Completing the overnight field are Mrs. Karl Mayers American Eagle. Jim Sands Latent. C. H. Durschs Twixt. B. C. Kelleys Van Flag and Joe Kohouts Flying Hostess. Easy Winner of La Salle Good Bid won the La Salle Handicap by three lengths after having led all the way and he may be just as hard to catch tomorrow. In the Lincoln, however, he will have to shoulder five additional pounds, travel a sixteenth of a mile farther, and he may not have the muddy track which he is believed to prefer. He is topweighted for tomorrows stake with an assignment of 1 15 pounds, under which he will concede from three to 11 pounds to his rivals. The Jacoby four-year-old is certain to have solid support in Lincoln Fields final feature, but the favorite may be Take Wing, who finished second in last Saturdays La Salle. Take Wing might also like a muddy track, but he can handle a fast track, too. and the distance may be better suited to him than to Good Bid. Bolos Choice, who was third in the La Salle and also third in the Francis S. Pea-body Memorial Handicap, also commands Continued on Page Twenty-Eight j ; | i ; Field of Ten to Contest Lincoln Handicap Today Continued from Page One respect in connection with the Lincoln Handicap. Take Wing, who spotted Good Bid two pounds in the La Salle, will receive a four-pound concession from him tomorrow, while Bolos Choice, who also gave the Ja-coby horse two pounds, will get six pounds from him in the Lincoln. Two others conceded better than outside chances tomorrow are Corydon and Devalue. Both are capable distance runners «vd If they do their best they could be | close. The Devonshire Handicap, at six furlongs, is tomorrows chief supporting fea- j ture, and it brings back into competition j A. S. Higgins Quizzle, who has won two | stakes this meeting. He won the Crete Handicap and then dead-heated Espino Gold for top honors in the Peabody Memorial. Espino Gold, who races for Mrs. Frank Nugent, also is to take part in the Devonshire. Among others in the Devonshire are H. L. Kings Bolo Tie, who several days ago beat Harriet Sut in the Burnham Handicap, and Ben Fogelsons Martian, star of a high-grade claiming race earlier in the week.

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