Dixville Starter Today in Sault Ste. Marie Purse: G and G Stable Sophomore Concedes Weight to Red Romeo, Scherzo, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-17


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; | | j : | I , [ Dixville Starter Today In Sault Ste. Marie Purse G and G Stable Sophomore Concedes Weight to Red Romeo, Scherzo Continued from Page One Henry Forrests Cullerton 105 pounds. The , apprentice allowance was claimed for each ; j of the entrants excepting the choice. Ray , I Spencer is to guide Cullerton, Ralph Galli J will handle Red Romeo, and young Bobby j j Robbins drew the mount on Round n Round. No rider was named for Scherzo ■ when the Sault Ste. Marie entries were drawn this morning. I | | Scherzo, a filly by Vezzano and from ! j Double Time, raced impressively last Satur- i day afternoon to annex the three-quarters ! j mile Flag Day Purse. Shouldering 114 . 1 pounds in the week-end dash, the Zakoor [ filly went about her task in game style. hitting the final marker with a nose ad- I vantage over the King Cole-sired colt, j Bangaway, a recent winner at Detroit. Pre- vious to her local success, Scherzo visited the Churchill Downs winners circle. Round n Round, a homebred daughter i of the 1945 Kentucky Derby star. Hoop Jr., | | and the former fine race mare, Mystery Marvel, won her first purse at Churchill , , Downs last autumn and she was a good fourth in the recently -decided Industrial 1 Capital Purse. She won 4iere on June 4, defeating such company as Woe Is Me, ■ Racker-Bill, Double Blush, Beep Beep, Tile | Man and Vessairess. among others, racing the six furlongs in 1:123. j Cullerton, a gelded son of Sun Again and Blue Velvet, raced to three triumphs against good company in his two-year-old j campaign but has been unable to visit the ; winners ring thus far this year. The For- . rest representative was a fair second to In | a Spin in the one mile Livonia Purse, which ; was contested over an "off" track, and he [ [ i ran fourth, soundly beaten by Brown Rambler. Red Romeo and Sir Rustom in the six furlongs Willow Run Purse. | Red Romeo, an unusually well-conformed i colt, is the get of Amphitheatre and Neds Affinity and he was bred and foaled at his i , owners Hidden Away Farm, Lexington. Ky. I The Buckley representative was a good winner last year and his best performance to date during the present season was a | well-deserved accounting over after Bim, : Eternal Moon, Nola Hash, Holystone and , l Desefolks at Laurel on last April 26. Red 1 Romeo moves up several lengths in off footing and his recent morning trials have l been decidedly satisfactory to trainer Cecil . Locklear. | i One of the best supporting events on the ; Tuesday card is the five furlongs third I j race, which is to match 10 of the quicker , youngsters quartered here. Henry Forrest will saddle Pollard and Harkins Ambroee | and the Greenacres Stock Farms Bargain I , Miss, and George and David Zakoor are to ! J i be represented by Battle Chief and Teacher , K., a useful pair. Others named for the j i I j juvenile dash are J. B. Floyds Carrol Hart, L , a good winner at Churchill Downs: the j speedy Hera Lot. Gay Intrigue. Triple Flight, Lorna D.. and Miss Bellevue. I J Four middle distance tests are sc-hed- j uled for presentation, the mile and one- | i I , | I , ! J i , j i I j L , j sixteenth fourth, which is to match eight three-year-olds, the seventh at a like distance for fillies and mares, four-years-old and older, also a pair of eight furlongs numbers, the fifth on the card is for three and four-year-old non-winners, while the nightcap is to bring out a capacity field of four-year-olds and up.

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