New Jersey: Three New Foals at Woodovale; Jersey Colts in Winning Mood; Royal Anthem Still Undefeated, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-12


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I New Jersey By PETER COLE Three New Foals at Woodovale Jersey Colts in Winning Mood Royal Anthem Still Undefeated UndefeatedFREEHOLD FREEHOLD N J May 10 At Wood vale Farm Mr and Mrs Mark M Jones breeding establishment near Princeton three foals have ar ¬ rived within the last month First dropped was a bay colt by Basis out of Nedcee by Ned ¬ die A bay filly by Round View out of Court Niece by Court Day was next and a chestnut filly by Case ¬ mate out of Famor by F a n a r arrived last week The Joneses breed thoroughbreds for both the track and the hunting field i oth Basis and Casemate stand at Hamil ¬ ton Farm in Gladstone and RounJ View is owned by the L C Vannans of Ruvan Farm in Morristown Round View a son of Boswell out of Tacky Sue by Har Tack won the Flamingo the Whitney the Royal Palm and the Monmouth Handicaps defeating such horses as Polynesian Gallorette and Talon He set a new record at Monmouth Park for the mile and a quarter in 2 01 Vs Last year his son Ideal View captured the Mid summer Hurdle Handicap at the Ocean port oval during the hurdle season thereby annexing the 22000 invitational the richest hurdle purse in the world without added money contested over a twomile route and twelve obstacles obstaclesOther Other homebred foals from Round Views current crop include fillies out of Ruvan Farms Newid Bach Exceptional and Louis Filios Rock Mart Sunador and Amorist Norseman NorsemanA A A A Several twoyearold colts by Colonial Farms sire Ennobled are set for Spring racing at Garden State Park Joe Kulina has two colts in training at Camden one named II Volto out of Bills Sister dam Of Fillane owned by Daniel H McCarron Of Bayonne and another named Lot Of Win out of Aniluk owned by Stephen Kulina Trainer John Dickensenn has a colt named OGriffin out of Sun Crown from the first crop of this sire Ennobled son of the Triple Crown winner Count Fleet won the Gulfstream Park Handicap in 1951 and campaigned for four seasons winning thirteen races in the colors of the Helis Stock Farm His dam Galagay Sir Galahad UL also produced Valdina Gay land Nordic Rose Gallois sire of Lucky George and others He is currently stand ¬ ing his fourth season at owner John Fieranoscas farm in Scobeyville Jersey Breds got off to a good start on opening day at E ugene Moris fashionable fashionablecourse course when Fairlawn Farms Josies Boy Lighthouse took the first race on the card a 1 116 miles test On the second day of racing Sam Tufanos homebred King Me by Ferd out of the Sir Gallahad HE mare Grail outdistanced a field of nine threeyearsolds to win a sixfurlong en ¬ gagement i iUndaunted Undaunted by the sloppy weather own ¬ ers and trainers of JerseyBreds swelled to over a dozen the entries for ther first homebred race of the current season a 6 furlong allowance for nonwinners of two races three and up scheduled for last Fri ¬ day On the card in the next week or so are a three and fouryear old maiden allowance and a twoyearold maiden race 4 A A AReginald Reginald N Websters twoyearold Royal Anthem captured the Youthful Stakes at Jamaica on Wednesday Guided by jockey Eric Guerin over the 5 furlong dash the dark bay colt won by four lengths Royal Anthem is by Spy Song out of the good producing mare Mad Bunny by Royal Minstrel Foaled at Jack De laneys Del Brier Farm in Shrewsbury dur ¬ ing Delaneys last season in the business in 1956 the colt was sold at Xeeneland in the Fallof 1956 A winner of two races in as many starts Royal Anthem is nom ¬ inated for the 1958 New Jersey Futurity which will be contested at Monmouth Park on July 16 16According According to Delaney who recalls that the foal was bom on a sunny afternoon just before post time Royal Anthem was all racehorse right from the star stand ¬ ing to nurse within ten minutes Former horse breeder Delaney plans an extended tour of Europe this spring and expects to sail before the end of May His tour will include stops at the principal cities ofs Europe and also a weeks stay in Ireland which will enable him to visit the Irish Thoroughbred centers

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