Eleven Allowance Racers Named for Hudson Purse: Glitter Gulch, Winner of Three in Row, Seeking Ascot Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-17


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Eleven Allowance Racers Named for Hudson Purse Glitter Gulch, Winner of Three In Row, Seeking Ascot Feature , By W. A. CRUSE , Staff Correspondent ASCOT PARK, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. June 16. — The Hudson, an allowance test for four-year-old and older horses at seven I furlongs, holds the spotlight on tomorrows .1 card, the thirteenth day of this 44-day session. Including an entry, there are 11 to compete for the laurels which include ; a part of the ,000 purse. Included in the field are Royal Knave and Permanence which are coupled in the betting as the Cremona Farms entry: Mrs. M. Stallards Rekamrelion, E. E. Millers Sunny River, A. K. Heisys Feefiforum, C. Bachelors Anagazandra, Mr. and Mrs. V. Decavitchs Glitter Guld, E. Schaeffers Bar Rockaway, F. J. Wilsons Woodmore. E. Outlaws Juliets Bay and E. D. Mc-Brides Panadero. To ascertain the logical choice in the field is an arduous task, as each has been a repeated winner in one division or other. Glitter Guld, for example, has turned in three consecutive victories while racing in ,000 claiming company. However, in his last he was claimed from Mr. and Mrs. P. Maxwell and this will be his firrst outing under his new owners silks. The Grand Slam geldings winning performances were excellent and in the last ; jockey Howard Craig brought him from j Off the pace to reach the wire a head in front of Dark Image who raced in the interest I of Mr. and Mrs. Decavitch that day. Prior to this he was an easy eight lengths I I the best of G. J. Dobkins Danna Like, i j That was while going over a heavy race track and he was a good 10 lengths on top at the furlong marker to literally coast to I | the wire. He could be the one to beat and , although moving up the ladder a bit, can I be counted upon for a good effort. | Royal Knave has two consecutive visits to the winners circle at this meeting. In his lasfthe full horse by Knave High was aneck the best of J. Heinleins Sir Fanar. That was at seven -furlongs amid ,500 I and ,250 platers. His stablemate. Perma-- J nence, was also victorious in his last and although the one on the "also eligible" j list, would add interest to the event if the I pair go postward. Permancence is also i starting the firsrt time for his new owner j as he was claimed from Wayne Kendrick in his victory for ,250. The eighth and nightcap shapes up as [ | an extremely interesting affair. For four-year-olds and older, the distance is set at one and one quarter miles and nine will match strides. O. Duffs Tabouret may have a bit of an edge after his length victory here last Thursday. At one and one-sixteenth miles the Pilate mare came from last place in a ten-horse field and was much the best through the stretch run. That may have served as the conditioner needed for her to take the top here for the entire journey. R. Weeks Royal Eddie which was in her wake that day is also named for this event.

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