Intentionally Preps Five Panels in 1:02: Ready for Delaware Valley Saturday; Other Candidates Also Work at Garden State, Daily Racing Form, 1959-05-07


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t ► Intentionally Preps Five Panels in 1:02 Ready for Delaware Valley Saturday; Other Candidates Also Work at Garden State By Staff Correspondent GARDEN STATE PARK, Camden, N. J., May 6. — Brookfield Farms Intentionally, one of the leading eligibles for Saturdays renewal of the 6 furlongs Delaware Valley Stakes, engaged in some energetic cales-thentics here this morning under the watchful eye of trainer Eddie Kelly. The bespectacled conditioner was highly pleased with the effort — five furlongs in 1:02 flat. Intentionally, a black three-year-old son of the Santa Anita Maturity winner, Intent, had one of the stables regular exercise boys in the saddle and was hard held all the way. Kelly said Bill Hartack would have the mount in the Delaware Valley and indicated future plans would be made following the outcome of Saturdays race. It is possible Intentionally will go in either the Preakness or Jersey Stakes. Kelly also stated that despite his defeats in the Gotham and Wood, his charge had lost none of his speed and has been training excellently for his coming engagement. The Brookfield Farm, which is owned by Baltimore sportsman Harry Isaacs, has enjoyed singular success in the Delaware Valley, picking up four checks in five runnings, with a win, two seconds and one third. Carolina Joy in :47 Half Mile Cary C. Boshamers Carolina Joy, Frank B. Holbrooks Rough Tempo and W. M. Ingrams Scotland were on the track during workout hours this morning. Carolina Joy, who won Bowies George Washington Stakes earlier this season, went a handy half-mile in :47 flat while Rough Tempo breezed the same distance in :51. Scotland impressed with a three-furlong whirl in :35. Lloyd J. Mistrots Grand Wizard and Resseguet and Weiners Eternal Bim, both stakes winner last season, have arrived to fulfill their engagements in the Delaware Valley. Meanwhile it was learned Mary G. Christmas Nasrullah Sweep and Loren P. Guys Pointer are expected momentarily. Nasrullah Sweep, a well-travelled cam- paigner this season having raced in California and New York, is best remembered for having spoiled the seasonal debut of Charfran Stables Crafty Skipper several weeks ago at Jamaica. Last season he turned in some good races against the likes of Tomy Lee, Finegan, Ole Fols and Monks Hood. Pointer was second to Easy Spur in the Hutcheson, third behind Pen Bolero in the Governors Gold Cup and fourth to Atoll in the Swift.

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