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P«g» C-4--INDEPENDENT AJM IMCii, CiHI., Than., Mir. II, IfU Kelso's Career -.*·· J ' s at 9 ROYBETZ'S Santa Anita Handicap Native Diver Romps to Victory · ' · ' - ' · · · . ·*"· ' . t « ._' 1 . J A L ! -- -- At. · . Ttujnaiy, Mjrdi 10; Clear-Fast Flril Poll 1 p.m. Hne Jockey m. 2BM Clava (Harmali) 3 "" " t Country (Ycaw) 2 ...jfccr's Beau (Lambert) __ 11 (NU)AnY CXd Darllrw (Blum) 10 2715 Falrfab (Martorncv) * ?82J Grand Finale Jennlnss) . I 2115 B« CampaiJ ,,_ ·» 3116 Beginning o Time.lGusHr.eil-- 9 2770 Sir Kit [M.'Valeniucla) ,, 5 2114 Brooknie (P.r.eda) 12 2715 Jolly TImw (Marsc) 7 2114 Field Chawiiari) 1 LONG5HOT--BEE, ild handlo this field 7m--SECOND Hans' Imp (Lambert) - 1 Terry"! Agaric (Pineda) 27»)Bull Leg [ShocmaVerJ -- 2M3 Jet Patrol tPmeda) 272S Lucky Jame* (Ycara) 7735)Dfer Blue (Harlapfe) ^ 1 27-H CHd Bacfoer [Yaneil ._ 1 . cjjssiye generations w h i l e 117 ,,,,.._ ... . . 117 slrono slretch 1?0 ChMc« trom auliide 170 Closed well to. win , 3! - 7 SsyUG?!!^ Lon^.shot fa dor \\', slher \ i speed ll| : Wifr"fiivi"ti"fifeiovi 124 .Maybe pjaced loo loi xVl2 -- tl . in V^ is-J May bo placed loo low _: IS'l Oulvldo chance *Toygh task from Insld* · 20-1 MIAMI OR --The brilliant rScing career of Kelso, five- lime Horse of the Year and :M»_FIRST RACE. twiongs. v».r-oih HK) u«. punt van: ciaimim *ict all-time leading money win ner, apparently is at an end. j ."I think the old boy has done enough," trainer Carl Hanford said Wednesday after studying x-rays of a hair- fjne fracture of the 9-year-old "gelding's right front ankle. "It is possible that he could be trained again and come back," Hanford said, but indicated there was very little chance a horse Kelso's .age could bounce back from a fracture. Hanford said he would talk with Kelso's owner, Mrs. Richard DuPont of Chesapeake City, Md. "But I.have ip doubt she" won't try to brjng him .back," he said. fiThe great kon of Your Host \\fon ;39; of 63 lifetime. starts afrd '$1,977;896, conquering th"e best horses.of five .sue- By ERNIE MASON Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Shapiro's spectacular Native Diver garnered the 26th stakes victory of his brilliant career at Santa Anita Wednesday as he romped to a typical wire-to-wire triumph in record-equalling time in the $27,000 San Bernardino Handicap. % IS 114 'May hold an *do« _..-- . Aoa«ars Iho one to beal Comes off winning race Floum cloie Elf tt* Lnu DSCBEI iioncii ^~--.. ?ai3 Storey Saint (Harmali) ,,. ZEOS)Citation Toomc (Alvarez) . 2725 Velvel-Bars (Blum) ... Sure to Improve Beat eaiter ·_ Hoi without a chance ,,, that factor . - i. 1 :zr: *: 2833 American Ruler (Ycaza) 1 116 27» Tudor Leocnd (Gusllnes) 5 III ni 1JO Lonaihot 1» Pltdibd , I r l l l e DO tJennlngj) ___TM^ -- . ob!nhan {Maharneyl . ri ,.. -- - 267S Fourstar Poona (M. Valenr'la) EHHemDO Rob!nha WI11 ma-to them hwstfe Must come from far back . Will probably weaken . H/m"a oats _ :-Heeds easier _ Should scratch oul- Not wllti tihls field ,, = ftl Wl-- THIRD R»CE. 3 furlows. Mjiaen ··year-old colt» 2OT Nuevo Tempo Ycaza) . mi Blnca-aiartadO ·111 beeo' SundowiT'iHnedal S637 Kahl Kabce (M. ValEniue!a)_ Edge In a lloht ract .._ The one lo beal lit Figures close IIS Threat all the way 113 Working as If fll M Photo Lure (Blum) ~ ,---- - 2«7 Go Rey.Go (Sherman) 7 .-J_ Hi's Klna Aoaln IWeAna) 4 2AJ1 Reel Inisan (Yanez) . . 1? - - j (Medina) i 13 111 u'Bllll'Eihoi ia -1 , ·aka) g ot without a chance y Knockmealdown ,,... Even effort only start _ IU wflllng" but" In "tough _ 118 By Comic ' · ' "· - ' Court Splenifour -- 118 By nearly always ·\yeight. carrying top was Horse of the Year from' 1960 through 1964: : ji * * » * JJKELSO MADE his debut as aJS-year-old one-week ag6 al rfialeah Park arid finished ffc'iirth in a six-furlong allow- arice race. It was a. prep'for rus scheduled appearance this Saturday in the $50,000-added rfbnn Handicap at Gulfsiream JjHanford said the horse ap- p^rently was injured before his last race in a Feb. 13 ·^brkout at Hialeah. T/'Kelso was working six fjirlongs but just as he approached -the · three-eighths rJole a ?-year-old broke off and was , right inside Kelso \yhen -pur/ horse · came, lip," Hanford said; ; J "The 2-y'ear-old bolted and ok Kelso to. the outside fice with him. That, T think.j was' the 'begtnriing · of the pVoblem. I knew something %yas wrong with the ankle but ^ was just a bruise. Tpen we took some more x-rays Tuesday afternoon and found the hairline fracture 2/27 Nao Kim (CamMS) -- l -"-- ' ' . Licky Spoone (Hsrmatzl ,,: -- '6 Short Tale (Campas) ...__- U ?7?7 Hal O^VInos JRoberisonl 15 LONGSKOT-- PHOTO LURE. 3843-- FOURTH RACE, 1A miles. Maldtn M09 8oora!oota (Lamberl) 2 2809 Swre'f Paprika (Alvareij ^_. 8 3839 Miss BtucWocd (Maese] , 5 ,,__. Plush Dhh (Shoemakeri __· -- · A JS07 Stoop To Conauer (Medina) __ 7 2£09 Blue Sahlba (Chapman) : · i LONGSHOT-ROYAL HUHTRESS. 118 By Lucky Mel _' = US ~ Bv Shorl Jacket 113 WIMprobabty Irall ,, ~ 3-veir-9ld fill:**. Porw SS400. 115 ProbaWv go lh« favorite . 515 Place** riant for best ctfort _ 115 Good worfes lo recommend -115 Will force the p*ce ·_: II 7-2 S-2 ,ti SKI 3144-- FIFTH RACE. 6 (urlwigs. -l-year-oltfi and up. Allswances. Purse tt»0. 7^55 Pomue I Shoemaker) ._,,._.,,__ 10 (?834)qurck Mall'(Blum) 3 2611 Second Card (Lambort) -- : . S 2841 Game Rovser (Hall) 7 27«2 Pcrsorallty Boy (W. Valcni'Ia) 2 LONGS HOT -- GAME ROUSE R. T17 Best IS oood enouoti : 120 Looked oood winning last 1 1 7 May upset , - 3-2 3-5 1 i ^Goldsmifih tSetsPace '·'' jin Plymouth IMS-- SIXTH RACE. liV milts on turf. 4-veiw-ercts and vp. Cl«i1fled jllowancB. purse *l«^00. . - . . - . Mil How Buck ' (Shoemaker) _____ 2539 Lmh Ltfc (/A. Valeniudal ,,_ 2768 Jlmnnv Cannon (Ycaia) . M!2 Marfias (Jeruilngs] . . (2Mi)Carttlosn Bav (ChaDman) . 27.1S Los'Orrentale* (Vane.) -LONGSHOT-- PROSAFC 6NE. * 2M4-SEVENTH RACE, i furJonfli. · allowancti. pen. $7500. 2S2] Trader's -Folly (Lambert) . 23.T Get J H Win (H«rnanclei 3U1 W3lrf Song [HartacXl 2831 Gelaway MaW (Campas) ^ 3W? Me No . tPlnwfa) ^ -- -- 2M2 HDS^esi Rulh (Medina) 27M Mv Brio^t Bafay (Medina) -- LOfiGSHOT-- WILD SbNG. 1847-- EIGHTH RACE, lit miles en Puna S19.00Q. 2838 Mustard Plaster (Hall) 73M Royal Gunner. (Hartack) .,...: 2822 Lou Luuas rM. Valenzwelal _ 3A33 Scotch and Water (Yanei 2SM Old Mose (Sh« maker) ,, ^71-1 saoadus II - [Rhiml i 7 9 B i IN Edge In a tight rac* 120 and oanM xiO? Steps UD from winning raw 1U Tough one to floiir* Flint* A mar»s/ 4-yaar-otds and DP. C 11 2 3 5 7 10 13 8 12 1 turt. . 3 1 \ 114 Beaten favorite last start -1)4 Tcilgh ccmblnalion to beat , 120 Tcuori task as weloMed _ lid Sree«d to Ihrsaten IH W1H force tfw pace ___._ 116 "·WllllirO biJl In tough : 4-¥Mf-*l{lj and up. Clanfttd ille 1IJ lUtmlly rfniLM yjll 1» Dlsaoporntment so far 118 LIVcs Ihe turf course IU Soeed to get off .he rail _ IX) Danoero-js all the way ~~. IU NfxxK In Imnrnvo - « P TW _ 15-1 20-1 ·isifleil -- 5"? - H £.1 6-1 -,l:i 10-1 -ft WMICtS. 5-5 -- " -- £ ia- 15- Hill Rise 3-1 Early Pick in San Juan The tentative official morning line for Saturday's $125,000 invitational S a n J u a n Capistrano marathon on grass was drawn up Wednesday and showed top-weighted Hill Rise as the likely 3-1 favorite in the field of 12 horses. Cedar Key, s e c o n d high weight, was ranked as second choice at odds of 7-to-2. Tom .Cat was placed at 6-1 and George' Royal, last year's winner, at 8-1. The starting status of Wil- ^jr St'adelrrian's Aurelius .II appeared uncertain with the disclosure by · t r a'i n e r Mel Stute that the Argentine-bred horse apparently is suffering from a bruised hoof. "I galloped.him yesterday," said Stute, "and he didn't seem to be traveling.right be- 1 hind. It appears the trouble jj is in his right hind hoof, may- a bruise. We're 'poulticing the foot now and hope he'll be okay for Saturday's race." A U R E L I u ' s *II w a s scratched en route to the post last Saturday prior to the fourth race, tearing off a shoe and injuring a quarter. He worked a mile arid one- half on the turf Sunday in 2:36 4/5, after which Stule said Aurelius II would Saturday's turf marathon. Racing s e c r e t a r y F. E. Kilroe said there would be no further invitations'.extended to the San Juan Capistrano Handicap, no matter what the status of. Aurelius II or any other invitee. ·· The San Juan Capistrano odds, in order of favoritism: Rise rMTiirfnr Fame -.,-iM r Key 7-2Ert!rv ol Polar Cat 6-lSea .fjolng . - oL-u,on Roval -.8-1 Abroad^ 1M ?laauo lO-lstraltjtil Deal IS-l or tt Aroent _13.1AureUus 1L 15-1 O'Hara 12-1 Native uivcr, packing high weight of 130 pounds in the mile and. : one-sixteenth event, drew off in the stretch from his most seriods.pursuer, Real Good Deal,' and wuii by 2 ! /2 lengths under the guidance of Jerry Lambert. The black gelding was clocked in 1:40%, matching the Santa Anita,record set by Cyrano under' 117 pounds in 1964. . B e h i n d runnerup Real Good Deal, there was a gap of nine lengths to third- place Prairie Schooner, with Hoist. Bar fourth and Mr. Payne, coupled in. the wagering with the winner as the M. E. Millerick-trained entry, fifth and last. With only win and place betting in effect because, of the limited size of the field. Native Diver returned $3 and $2.20, resulting in a minus pool of $1,137.62'to place on the victor. Real Good Deal paid $2.40. Native Diver, who .entered ;th'e 'winner's 'circle 'to the plaudits of an estimated crowd of 25,800, earned $15,750,' boosting his lifetime bankroll to $615,650, fifth qn the list of all-time money-winning horses bred in California. Ths S-ycar-c!:! son of Imbros rushed-to the lead in the first few strides and, under careful rating by L a m b e r t , proceeded to show the way throughout. His fractional times were 22% for the quaitermile, 45% at the half and 1*9% for six furlongs. Native Diver repulsed a brief bid by Real Good Deal turning CONSENSUS I »ETI Oil) . | MAtQN {111) I TCRKY (IK) I HOLLY (111) Ham Imp TcrrvsMark ami lea Terry- Him Im I Deer El Clavo 116) Sky Country (I) Siiktn BOD 12J. 11 IT '*!»"'' Bull Lw (jl _ for home, .hitting the mile in a sprightly. 1.34%. Mustard Plaster, winner of the $100,000 Californian in 1964, Is included Jn a strong field,In-today's'f^a- tured $10,000. Lions . Cfeb Purse at 1 1 / miles on grass. The event also drew'.Uhe entry of Royal Gurmejv'jfiEl- tionally prominent stakes performer, who has -teen striving for a racing corrte- back during the current ·season. .' Li': uevoTemco I Blnca agan Gem Ncvarvlllo Nuevo Tempo Go Rty Go voTimoo I Blnca · I Nu«vo TmD arullto I fw«n Gm N°y« r V | l. lc) ( a rt Gem |Nu«voTempo I Blnca 1M A BMraloola I Booraloola, I Booraloola I S»Mt PaDrlka Booraloola (HI A Carefree Belli I Plinh DHh Swel Paorlks Booratoola Swt P«?r!»» IB) ~\ Swell paprika I Sweel Paprika Plinti Olih CartlfM B«ll« Caretr Be!!» »l 5 1 Quick Mall 1 Hev Sam Jockey Standings Mis 71) 2nd am Shoemaker ,,--376 61 32 Er Blum :--316, . 2 - 3 9 ' Lambert 281 35 X Ycaia · ?l/ 32 33 Valenzuda »7 25 T7 Pineda IU 23 25 I Quick Moll I StcSvJcsr I PorquB S«oni)C«rd I Hev Sam 6JH1? 7 I S(Kk)r«k« Now Buck I Ll»H Lilt I Now Buck I Jimmy Canon I Luih Lilt Traders Folly Bold'N Red (Traders I Theonla I Nailwll Folly I Bn'd 'N Redl 1 Thecnla Uoht Trailers Folly ITHteflta Traders Folly Bolef'N Red] r Plaster \ R*vxl Gunntr Royal Gunner IGumer OldMol* I Mustr Piaster I :lcwn 1 l/AHlr Plastir ( Scotch gTWlr Roval Gunr (14) W.uit Plaster (I) QKtMQMlO oil L|nt 'I Plfnicll Line IGMEyar I Pllnst h»rwlc*«*r'» name Is h-jmfctr of winners stle Scrum Horses Join the Jet Set The ease of jet travel undoubtedly will do much to further international thoroughbred racing, it was emphasized at Santa A n i t a Wednesday by Jean Romanet, director general of the French Jockey Club. Romanet, visiting Southern California as a guest of Santa Anita' and Hollywood Park race tracks, added that such to be contested on the grass as European horses race only over that surface, although American thoroughbreds run both on the dirt and the turf. The speed in which horses can be transported across the Atlantic by jet, without affecting their condition, will DICK IOWDEY GMC Representative · I Am I a Cub Nat? lW*;i no . ... rwl rejll^l But I am be the factor in more European horses coming to America for specific races _ Long Beach- Sports Nut, 'md believe me. the Cubs arti Ihe grMtnt lor our Cltv by the.shore. The · Cubs in Lena BeaUi --h«vi added a major leaou* almosonerL and Ihe cry of baseball to Long Beach. El you eel a chance/ mate sure that you. sneak away some ailtrnoon ani utes ol Ihe! . great exoerlence. racing probably would have and vice versa, Romanet said. you sneak a.. _ . 5 d lake In a few IWn !r practice. If Js"'a rlence. . . · ·/' JACK WATKINS GMC TRUCKS;; I 26S9 Atlmtio Ave. QA 7-740 SIM-- NINTH RACE. *1|V mllll. SHM. 4-vnr-oldt «r,a up. pant S4X*. citlming MM a-Ktno Scorpfon (Blum) . 6 2760 Gold Slyar (Lonsdcnl 12 2314 Veteran observer (TrcTos) f (203«)W,ir Vail (Bale) .,-- 2 = I ii7 ..3 Columns RlBhl (Medina] ^3]a-Poopd Paoa fBluml . 10 . 14 J av never (ooh back . iascd belter Figures for a Dart .--_ ... Comes off sprint win . 117 Speed to threaten 117 Nor overmatched Iwre . 1M Sofia [ontrsnot chance . |;ROCKINGHAM, N.C. Iffl-- Paul Goldsmith, a slender, laconic professional from Indiana, set a track record of fl6.648 mph Wednesday to gain the pole position for Sunday's 500-mile Peach Blossom stock car race. 'Goldsmith, driving a 1965 Plymouth, k n o c k e d almost qne-half second off Richard Betty's track mark of 116.260 |et for this one-mile tri-oval last October. ' The 36-year-old Goldsmith, who lives at Munster, .Ind., ejdged David Pearson of Spartanburg, S.C., for the No. spot as eight drivers earned starting berths for the $68,500 event. ' Pearson, who got the outside front row spot, had a fpur-lap average of 116.147 in a Dodge Charger. ·' Others qualifying in order: ;curt!» Turntr, 17« Ford, IIS.tM; Bobby Isaac, \K Ford, 115.6AI;' Dick Hutcherson, 19M Ford. 11SJS1; Marvin Ranch, ITO Ford, 11S.S15; Ned Jarrell, 19« Ford, IISM3; ar.i Calc Yarbrough, 19C4 Ford. ..._ .17 _ jHlng Now [YanezJ . 5 1,2 Hat DfcXed a tovsri Held ,,_ .- . 2323 Huev (Pierce) 3 117 Probably needi easier 15-1 2793 Galla Char.c* (Pineda) __, , 1 117 Would b* a surprtJ* . 20-1 7332 Yelrrvo (M, Valcruuela) 7 117 F.oures To weaken ,,,,,, 30-1 V24 Valiant Valor (M. Valenzuela) 13 117 ShouFd scratch out 2H x--Five-pound tpprirtlc* allowance claimed. BETZ BEST Most FrobabSt Winner-- Porque In 5th. But Btl-- BwrilaoU in «H- Best Money Proipect-- Pagan Gem In Win Parlay-- Clavo In 1st to Trtdtr't Mason's Specials REST BET-- P«yal Gunner In lth. BEST CHANCE BET-ACCT in «h. PREFERRED PARLAY--Shi Idraki Roval Gu/intr. CLOCKER'S TIP--Old Mo» In llfl. BANKROLL SPECIAL--Wild $0(W In 71 h. REPEATED BY POPULAR DEMAND tPAUTY COMES !»! AT FIRESTONE' lerica's No.1 Choice 1965 Original Equipment Fire... DELUXE CHAMPION WHITEWALLS GET THE iSEpOISID TIIF1E FOR get the 2nd tire for 1/2 that price. j Hutch Memorial ;io Be Dedicated .' ANNA MARIA ISLAND, Fla. (UPI)--William Eckerf, the new commissioner of| baseball, will head a host of baseball dignitaries participating in dedication of a memorial here today to the late Fred Hutchinson, former Cincinnati Reds manager. i A memorial plaque will be linveiled at the entrance to the Anna Maria Island Youth Center ball park in morning ceremonies. Hutchinson died in November of 1964 after an 11-month battle with cancer. ! 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