Big Field to Go in Lincoln Handicap: See Entries of 18 to 20 for Fixture, Daily Racing Form, 1954-06-17


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- " - , Big Field to Go in Lincoln Handicap PHIL REUTER Sent out Russell TS to score his third win of the season in yesterdays opening race at Lincoln Fields. See Entries of 18 To 20 for Fixture Hasty House May Race Three Or Even Four in 0,000 Feature; Hasty Road Drills LINCOLN FIELDS, Crete, 111., June 16. As many as 18 or 20 horses today remained on the prospective as well as the potential list of starters for Saturdays 0,000 Lincoln Handicap, according to track officials who were trying to make a mid-week cneck of possibilities for the mile and one-sixteenth fixture on the forthcoming week end. Indicative of the situation was the position of owner Allie Reuben and trainer Harry Trptsek regarding their Hasty House sextet nominated for the Lincoln. Reuben indicated he might enter and start three of his candidates, even four if there appears to be a chance that the race might be split and run in two divisions. Mister Black, Ruhe, and the three-year-old Sea O Erin seem at the moment to be the most probable Hasty House representatives in the Saturday race. If Reuben and Trotsek decide to name another of their eligibles, the fourth one may be Hasty Road. That three-year-old star of the stable loafed through a three-quarter mile breeze at Washington Park this morning in 1:17 with jockey Johnny Adams on his back. Breezes Seven Furlongs in 1 :30Vs Adams also rode the Peabody winner, Sea O Erin, in his morning exercise, which was a seven-furlbng breeze in 1:30. Hasty House Farms Argentine stallion, I Mister Black, breezed a mile in 1:46. The temperamental Ruhe, who won the Lincoln last year, breezed three-quarters in 1:18. While 48 hours still remained before the entry box is to be opened for the Lincoln Handicap, the following in addition to the Hasty House horses were considered as prospects: Harry N. Eads Sir Mango, Mrs. H. J. Damms Arab Actress, Samuel" Tufanos Massachusetts Handicap winner, Wise Margin; Buddah Stables Sunny Dale, Wal-mac Farms Adams Off Ox and Hasseyam-pa, Eugene Constantins Royal Bay Gem, Fred W. Hoopers Olympic, H. C. Frue-hauf s Precious Stone, Elizabeth Mucklers Heutel, A. H. Warners Loridale, Emerald Hill Stables Blue Dare, J. P. Keezeks Abbe Sting, Sam E. Wilsons Gushing Oil and Bugledrums, R. L. Brewers Old Rouge, Mrs. H. L. Nathensons Force of Arms.

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