Seven Fleet Three-Year-Olds Named For Berlin Express Purse at Suffolk: Andys Glory Picks Up 122 Pounds as He Clashes With Directoire Again in Dash, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-05


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Seven Fleet ThreeY ThreeYearOlds earOlds Named For Berlin Express Purse at Suffolk Andys Glory Picks Up 7 22 Pounds as He Clashes With Directoire Again in Dash SUFFOLK DOWNS East Boston Mass May 4 Seven fleet sophomores are listed to contest the Berlin Express a sixfurlong dash which contains the allowance clause and which features tomorrows program at Suffolk Downs The event named in honor of the motion picture by the same name that makes its world premiere here tomor ¬ row evening carries an added attraction that promises to stimulate interest for the local patrons Dorothy Lamour noted screen actress will be on hand to witness the race Also among the celebrities slated to appear in person are Robert Ryan and Paul Lukas who play feature roles in the movie A presentation will be made by this group to the winning owner ownerTop Top weight and probably the one to carry the bulk of public wagering will be Irving Gushens Andys Glory who picks up 122 pounds The Andy K colt is at his best form as attested by his bangup third behind Big and Better and Tim B older sprinters on Saturday Prior to that race Andys Glory defeated a band of threeyearolds on opening day April 19 in a sprint held under similar conditions as in tomorrows race On that occasion the Gushen racer came from off a stiff pace to win going away while burdened with 116 pounds The added poundage for this event should not hamper the chances of this fleet colt coltJ J Gavegnanos Directoire who finished second to Andys Glory in the abovemen ¬ tioned race after setting the pace again looms as the one to down Directoire gets a shift of three pounds in the weight de ¬ partment plus the conditioning received in a later dash in which he also finished second bringing the pair closer together for this encounter The Burgoo King Darby Deedee colt carries 113 in the Berlin Express ExpressMr Mr Tolson engaged the top pair in that openingday meeting and was not dis gracedwhile finishing fourth beaten less i than a length for all the money Trainer Tommy Bonham kept his charge busy picking up two purses at the expense of lesser opposition and enters tomorrows fray in top shape The deciding factor here may be the 119pound burden Mr Tolson must carry carryA A pair making their initial start of 1948 Jake Freedmans Tiger Flash and Tony Ca taldos Daring Mate rate serious consid ¬ eration Tiger Flash was consistent last year while racing in formidable company winning three races Reports are circulat ¬ ing regarding the speed shown by this fel ¬ low in the morning hours hoursDaring Daring Mate also was triumphant on three trips postward during 1947 and is highly regarded by his owner Each are weighted under 113 pounds J J Buckleys Booalee one of the two fillies in the Berlin Express has a victory to her credit at the local oval She tow roped an aggregation of lesser opponents and it will be seen her chances tomorrow must be considered ambitious on the part of her connections connectionsGood Good News Stables Lady Carrie fresh from three consecutive triumphs at Trop ¬ ical Park rounds out the lineup for the midweek offering In with a feather im ¬ post of 104 pounds that includes the prom ¬ ising apprentice Gerry Schreck Lady Car ¬ rie may cause an upset should the solid choices make any mistakes Despite the fact she didnt beat top performers in Florida the Dust By Our Carrie miss turned six furlongs in 111 on March 16 then came back on April 2 to complete the same distance in 111 The other score was at one mile and onesixteenth on April 14 when she turned back Golden Shoe Farms oddson Roman Road to register 147 on the teletimer

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