Zinnastone Out for Her First Aurora Win Tonight: Has Highland Ellen With Whom To Contend in Pace Over Mile, Daily Racing Form, 1949-06-07


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Zinnastone Out for Her First Aurora Win Tonight Has Highland Ellen With Whom To Contend in Pace Oyer Mile AURORA DOWNS, Aurora 111., June 7.— Zinnastone, a four-year-old bay mare who was in the money 26 times in 28 starts last year, seeks her first victory of the season tomdrrow. night in the feature mile pace~at Aurora Downs. Owned by Jim Moody, of Mechanicsburg, Ohio, Zinnastone won 15 races as a three-year-old, was second seven times and third on four occasions. She failed to finish one- Walter Welch started the mare without hopples, and Zinnastone broke gait and finished last in an eight-horse field. Even if she stays pacing tomorrow, Zinnastone has extremely fast rivals to. beat in the eight-horse band named for the feature. Highland Ellen, a five-year-old Michigan mare, figures to rule as favorite on the strength of a free-for-all victory she scored 10 days ago, and a second to the standout Royal Man in the ,000 Baker Hotel Stake. Laura Jane Tryax, a winner in her last Aurora start, also is named for the feature tonight. In a secondary feature, eight speedy trotters meet in the sixth race at a mile. Louastra, a recent winner, figures as top

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