Scobeyville Ready For Repeat Score: Last Weeks Upset Victor At Garden State to Meet Seven Foes in Atco Purse, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-09


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Scobeyville Ready For Repeat Score ScoreLast Last Weeks Upset Victor At Garden State to Meet Seven Foes in Atco Purse PurseBy By WILLIAM C PHILLIPS PHILLIPSStaff Staff Correspondent CorrespondentGARDEN GARDEN STATE PARK Camden N J May 8 Scobeyville a New Jerseybred sophomore son of Rounders and TJmbril who opened his local campaign by winning at odds of better than 40tol last week tomorrow has an opportunity to confirm that triumph in meeting seven other young racers in the featured six furlongs Atco Purse Two of his opponents he has al ¬ ready defeated here while the others are coming out after rest periods of varying length lengthHe He will again be ridden by George Stid ham and the public will not twice make the mistake of overlooking his chances Scobeyville won only two races over medi ¬ ocre company last year but his three out ¬ ings this spring at Laurel were good enough and his victory here was very im ¬ pressive He took command on the stretch turn and drew out easily to better than four lengths winning in 112 112Lone Lone Stakes Winner in Field FieldAirs Airs M W OConnors LaCorredora who has not started since last fall gains promi ¬ nence in the field as the lone stakes win ¬ ner She won the Pimlico Breeders Stakes in her final appearance of 1951 The Darby Dan Farm has named an entry of Comet Boy and Mad Maid both of whom ran up an impressive list of triumphs on the Ohio ciBCuit last year but they too are slated to make their first appearance since autumn Metal Mike owned by F Eugene Dixon Jr raced well in Florida during a light campaign and he looms as a con ¬ tender although he must carry a high weight of 122 pounds poundsR R B Carrolls Bedouin and John L Mc Knights Blue Rhymer although both beaten by Scobeyville will have support to reverse the decision Bedouin finished fifth to Scobeyville and appeared unimpressive at all stages but a month ago he ran six furlongs in 110 at Gulstream Park and also won two other sprint races during the Miami season Blue Rhymer was a long 22 lengths behind Scobeyville but it was her initial try of the year and she did manage to race with the pace for the first halfmile Her jockey then made no at ¬ tempt to keep her going when she tired accounting in part for the big margin of beaten lengths Her speed carried her to five triumphs in Jersey last year and she should be a much tighter horse tomor ¬ row

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