Lincolns Au Revoir Draws 19 Nominations: Hasty House Names Quintet for Closing-Day Feature on June 23, Daily Racing Form, 1954-06-19


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Lincolns Au Revoir Draws 19 Nominations Hasty House Names Quintet for Closing-Day Feature on June 23 LINCOLN FIELDS, Crete, 111., June 18. — Mr. and Mrs. Allie Reuben of Hasty House Farm, who have won three stakes at the current Lincoln Fields meeting and who have an exceptionally strong hand for the 0,000 Lincoln Handicap next Saturday, head the list of subscribers for the final stakes event of the meeting, the one-mile Au Revoir Handicap on closing day next Wednesday. The powerful Toledo stable has nominated five horses for the 0,000 Au Revoir, a new stake to be inaugurated this year. The Hasty House nominees include Pomace, winner of the first division of the Crete Handicap on opening day and the LaSalle Handicap on May 29; Ruhe, Mister Black, Seaward and Inseparable. The last named four, together with the three-year-olds Hasty Road and Sea O Erin, also are among the nominees for the mile and one-sixteenth Lincoln. Handicap on the forthcoming week end. Altogether, 19 horses were nominated for the Au Revoir. Besides the Hasty House quintet, they include G and G Stables Money Broker, Mrs. Herbert Herffs Screemin Jack, Walmac Farms Vagabond King, and Howard Wells King,, all nominees for the Lincoln, and the following others: Victor Corrigans Golden Treasure, Nicholas De Las Casas Kentucky Kid and Bobby Boo, Mrs. Herffs Smackover, P. J. McMullens Dry Run, J. H. Nail and M. B. Armers En Fleur and Main Bout, Rebel Stables Super Devil, Samuel Tufanos Rush Prince and John Warrens Living

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