Seven Winners at Meet Clash in Hamilton Dash: Kid Brown, Colonel Alsab and Mijack Equally Weighted at 120, Daily Racing Form, 1957-05-17


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Seven Winners at Meet-Clash in Hamilton Dash Kid Brown, Colonel Alsab and Mi jack Equally Weighted at 120 By A. L. SHIELDS HAMILTON, Ohio, May 16.— The seventh race, a seven-eighths of a mile test for three-year-olds and older, is the main event on Fridays eight-race program. It is titled the Newport and seven winners at the current session will match strides. Kid Brown, Colonel Alsab and Mijack carry equal top weight of 120 pounds; the others are in with 115 pounds each. R. Renners five-year-old chestnut, Kid Brown, turned in a corking victory last Tuesday when he came from far out of it to catch Worthy Option at the wire and reward his followers with a 6.60 mutuel. The son of Condiment — Morocco will not be ignored in the wagering tomorrow. Mijack, the color-bearer of A. C. Lei-brock, will break from the inside slot and is capable of taking the track and never looking back. His score was a front-running performance, except for relinquishing the lead for a brief moment to Beauty Hamper, but the Signator gelding came on again and romped home two and one-half lengths before his nearest competitors. The other highweighted one, P. Deburges Colonel Alsab, posted a handy victory over Big Vincent and Douglas G. several days ago when W. E. Jones took the Alsab gelding off the pace, shook him a bit coming into the stretch and they came home five lengths on top. Tommy Maeda will have the mount on A. Livingstones eight-year-old bay mare, Kingdiment who is sharp right now, coming off a winning effort on May 10 when she defeated Busy Pawnee. The Chris Cross-owned Chalova will have the riding services of H. Thompson, but this one might want a shorter distance. With«Colin Knisley the leading rider of the meeting, in the irons, Mrs. L. Stones Miss Pamjam will be well regarded in the wagering and, with sufficient cause, since the five-year-old Mel Eppley mare caught some good ones last Tuesday when she defeated, in handy fashion, Wild Wing and Charing Prince. Not necessarily in this order but A. L. Birchs Light Ron rounds out the field and with another Hamilton favorite in the saddle, George Steineman.

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