Laurel Turf Cap to Attract Jabneh: Hikes Number of Probables to 12; Liberty Sun Works 6 Furlongs in 1:14 for Race, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-01


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; Laurel Turf Cap To Attract Jabneh Hikes Number of Probables To 12; Liberty Sun Works 6 Furlongs in 1 :14 for Race By Staff Correspondent LAUREL, Md., April 30. — An accomplished turf specialist, Mrs. Eugenia Bank-heads Jabneh, winner of the 1957 Hialeah Turf Handicap and second to Meeting in this years renewal, is the latest to join the field for Saturdays Spring Turf Cap, bringing the number of probables to 12. The Turf Cap. is the sole grass stakes of the spring meeting and shares top billing Saturday with the first running of the Maryland Derby. The latter stake for homebreds may attract nine entrants. Jabneh, second in the Dixie and Olympic handicaps, both over the infield green ribbons, will be ridden by John Covalli and carry 116 pounds in the about one mile and a sixteenth affair. The six-year-old Son of Bimelech — Bellesoeur is slated to check into this track Thursday from Mrs. Bank-heads farm in Rock Hall, Md. Trainer Warren Jimmy Croll worked Liberty Sun 6 furlongs in 1:14 this morning and, being pleased with the manner in which the 1956 Everglades Stakes winner drilled, will start him in the Turf Cap. Liberty Sun, who bruised a foot prepping for the Laurel Handicap, appears to be back in top shape and will operate under 112 pounds Saturday. Tudor Era to Carry 118 The starting topweight will be Mrs. Herbert Herffs Tudor Era at 118 pounds. Doug Smalls Aeschylus, also pegged at 118, will start only if the course is hard. Aeschylus won the first running of this stake last year. Expected to be named are C. Mahlon Klines Adare II., 112, an entry with Mrs. William C. Wrights The Saint II.. 107; Walter J. Susinis Grey Baby. 112r the William Hal Bishop coupling of Bernbur-goo, and Camalion, 107; Jacob L. Friedmans Bryn, 110; Eugene Constantin Jr.s Roman Fan. 106; and Peter A. Issaris Saratoga Pete, 102. Prospective starters in the Maryland Derby, Stanley Sagners Sew it Up and Mrs. Walter A. Edgars Milady Dares, were on the track today, the former breezing 6 furlongs in 1:16% and the latter 5 furlongs in 1:02. Knollwood Stables Movitave, winner of three stakes, is the likely choice for Marylands richest event for Free. State foals. Others expected in the Derby are Melvin P. Blackburns Nickel Boy. winner of the 1957 Marlboro Stakes; Alec J. Bullocks . Mickey Boy; Alan T. Clarkes entry of Clarksville, Md., and Mamowlee; Flamingo Farms Tuscanaway; and John A. Man-fusos Arctic Gold. Possible starters, include Binna Farms Guilty Verdict, Gwynne Campbells Leftalone, Eugene Rosenfeld Jr.s Boss Craig, Peter A. Vischers Mon-tego Bay, Raymond E. Vogelman Jr.s Smiler and Philip Williams Tuscan Flash.

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