untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-05


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ASCOT PARK Route Eight — Cleveland-Akron Highway 43-Day Meeting June 2 Through July 21 16 BIG FEATURE RACES, INCLUDING ELEVENTH RUNNING OF THE 1,000 ASCOT GOLD CUP Rush Stable Applications to: E. W. BURY, Racing Secretary 297 S. High Street COLUMBUS 15, OHIO DUNTREATH FARMS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Paris Pike at Muir Iron Works Pike at Newtown AN IDEAL PLACE TO TURN OUT ON GOOD FARMS AMPLE FACILITIES FOR GOOD CARE OF HORSES OUT OF TRAINING COMPETENT HELP FOR HORSES REQUIRING TREATMENT PHONES— Office, 4-5788; Residence, 4-5787 P. L.GRISSOM, Owner i P.C.WILLIAMS, Manager 1 i HERE IS PROOF That Winners Come From the Fall Consignment of BROKEN AND TRIED Yearlings of Del E. Holeman and Doug. Davis, Jr., to April 30: 9 WINNERS OF 11 RACES MLLE ELL. WON 2 BOLD SAB WON OIL PRINCESS WON 2 BLUE DANUBE WON IM SANDY WON TIO TITO WON ELAINE RUTH WON OUR CHALLENGE WON COOKIE K. WON Also 4th— Hialeah Juvenile The Following BROKEN AND TRIED Yearlings Have Placed: RUTH HANSON COOKIE K. DIAMOND MORAN LATE SNACK • • • No Other Consignor at KEENELAND or SARATOGA Has Had This Many Winners • • • WATCH FOR AN EVEN GREATER CONSIGNMENT OF BROKEN AND TRIED YEARLINGS AT THE KEENELAND FALL SALES • • • HIGH HOPE FARM DOUG. DAVIS, JR. Russell Cave Pike Phone 4-4993 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY BEULAH PARK GROVE CITY Columbus OHIO RUNNING RACES OPENING TODAY 20-Day Meeting May 5 Through May 30 Post Time Saturdays and Memorial Day — 2:15 P. M. EST All Other Days— 4:00 P. M. EST

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