Grand Entry Tops Sextet in Suffolk Downs Event: Reigh Jane and Outland Seen Threats to Fantasy Farm Ace, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-05


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Grand Entry Tops Sextet In Suffolk Downs Event Reigh Jane and Outland Seen Threats to Fantasy Farm Ace SUFFOLK DOWNS, East Boston, Mass., May 4. — Fantasy Farms Grand Entry heads a field of six aspirants scheduled to match strides in the Esplanade Purse at Suffolk Downs tomorrow. The former stakes winningfive-year-old has been displaying steady" improvement of late and this appears a good spot to get back in winning form. The Esplanade will be contested over the mile and seventy yards route and this distance should favor Grand Entry. The 117 pounds the son of Grand Slam must carry includes a five pound apprentice allowance and should not prove a hindrance against the caliber of opposition he will meet. . Chief contention for Grand Entry to overcome in the feature should come from Reigh Jane and Outland. The former is a consistent mare who fared well during the winter months and her impost of 108 pounds makes her a decided threat. Outland, a Bahram colt, turned in a creditable performance at Gulf stream Park before transferring to this point and needs only to run back to that race to be a danger. Others listed to start in the Esplanade are Shoe Shine, Covert Side" and Grand Isle. Of this group. Shoe Shine has the better record, but his success has been at spring distances. The remaining events on tomorrows eight race card are made up of platers from the claiming ranks and although there are no outstanding performers, many of the races loom as interesting contests.

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