Balmoral Equine Population Moves Toward 1,000 Mark: Hasty House Shipping Twelve To Washington Park for Meet Opening Next Monday, Daily Racing Form, 1959-05-12


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► « Balmoral Equine Population Moves Toward 1,000 Mark Hasty House Shipping Twelve* ToWashington Park for Meet Opening Next Monday HOMEWOOD, 111., May 11.— Washington Parks power-packed thoroughbred colony, growing daily for the Balmoral spring meeting, which opens on Monday, here at the Homewood course, took on added-strength in all divisions as more top stables, headed by a vanguard of the Hasty House Farm, started pushing the equine population toward the 1,000 mark. An even dozen runners owned by Mr. and Mrs. Allie E. Reubens perennially strong Hasty House Farm, including the Louisville Handicap victor, Ekaba, will check in Tuesday, with the balance of the stable due shortly from Kentucky. wHasty House thus will join formidable Calumet Farm, William Molter, William Hal Bishop, and Arnold Winick already on the grounds, and hails the expected arrivals from Kentucky of Dixiana and Reverie Knoll Farm. Twenty-eight horses under care of trainer Lloyd Gentry and 14 trained by R. E. "Red" Wingfield were bedded down at Washington Park over the week end. Gentry, who trains for such prominent patrons as Mrs. John D. Hertz, Duval Headley, Mrs. Mary Hunter, Dr. Eslie As-bury* and Charlton Clay, listed some 24 allowance-class performers in his group, including Mrs. Hertz Our Rullah and My Suzanna. Oceanic II. Tri-State Candidate Wingfields 14 included the good grass performer Toby B. and a namesake, Red Wingfield. By the time Harry Trotsek has his Hasty House string at full force at Washington Park, such potential stars as Oceanic II., the imported three-year-old candidate for Balmorals opening-day Tri-State Stakes; Mahan, and several well-bred, already successful offspring of Hasty Road, will be ready for the races. Also due in Tuesday is trainer - Jack Hodgins with 25 horses belonging chiefly to Dixiana, owned by Charles T. Fisher, including Resolved, «New Talent, and Take Heart. Another scheduled arrival Tuesday or for Wednesday at the latest are 20 thoroughbreds owned by Chicago advertising executive Freeman Keyes Reverie Knoll Farm and Bernard W. Landy, trained by Frank Sanders. Also among Sanders band are two-year-olds, several of whom will be pointing for the Miss Chicago, Joliet and Hyde Park stakes.

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