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ALL Turf Paradise charts 7401 Index Horse 74th Day «f Jt-Day Meafinf, Wednesday, April 2, i«» Weather Clear. Track Fast. Temperature 83 Decrees FIRST. Pti furienas. Purse 41,000. Maiden 4-yeer-oids. Claiming *2,ooo._ 1tr~F"i~rTddds~ Jockey Owner _Wt PP_Vl 112" 2 1117 7 3' 1C7 1 i. 120 6 7>< US 3 If 120 8 P 115 5 5 107 9 8' 120 4 9120 10 10 1: 3> 2.30 2.70 25.30 . 17.90 33.60 26.70 11.30 39.70 700« Trlea Kay (Powell)-x I wade,L«s 4401 IrWeseenee (Porras) L Rollins 4*01 Mars Star (biiis)-x M Busky HIShM (Bruce) J Hamilton 4603 Fran Dunlt (Munsell) 0 Bswley 4202 Irish Kid (Phillips) E Kratzaer 5201 Green Green (Schleiffers)-x G Hunt 5101 Yuma Battler (Lawson)-x S.Cox 7101 First Addition (Yeaoer) A Jones 7201 Mrs. R. W. (Manning) M Merrltt 120 10 10 10 10 10 x—5 Ibs. AAC MUTUIpLS—Tricia Kay $6.60, e 4'.20, '140;' Iridescence 54.60, 3.40; S,,ars Star $7.40. WINNER—B F 4, Gus Lampe- Candy's L'lisht. Trained by Joe H. Wade. Tricia Kay took command at once,, saved all possible ground while making the pace and was under stronq handling to hold advantage through final furlong. Iridescence had good speed from start, raced head and head with winner through last quarter hut was unable to handle latter in the drive. Mars Star had sharp Dearly speed while saving ground and finished well. 7402 SECOND t Furlongs. Purse 51,000. 4-year-olds and up. cialmlni $1400. Index Horse Jockey Owner wt PP V< Vj Str Fin Odds 1W 8 109 10 111 114 4 5 ' 34114 9 10 ? 9 V 11 Hi 15.10 3; 2'i 2-t 6.80 4 ' f 3 5.30 6-; 51 114 116 109 6 7' 5 1 1 8' 7 3 6' 7! 8! 3" 10 Tres Or6's (Lawson)-x M Crowe 2704 Wandaiax (Anderson) H Dennison 4502 Freddie S. (Fowles)-x M Worham 7102 The Boot (Durousseau) B Luke 6609 George's Bran (Yeager) G Mavfield 450? Rebln The Rebel (Munsell) v Ewalt 7202 Classic Pat (Turetsky) A Gold 69901 Prince Fid (Correa) J Housseli 6404 Busy Beetle (Culberson) F Hobson Mirk K. (MacBeth)-x L Patten x—5 Ibs. AAC MUTUELS-Tres Oro's $32.20, ufoi 4.40; Vandafax $7, 3.M; Freddie S. $4.20. QUINIELA paid {108.40. WINNER—B G 4, Gold Capitol-Ascona. Trained by M. J. Crow«. Tres Oro's raced on pace from cutset, forged into lead three sixteenths out and drew out in the stretch at will. Wandaiax had good early speed, made game bid entering stretch but was no menace to winner. Freddie S. had speed throughout and held on well. DAILY DOUBLE paid $97.60. 10 IT we 7403 THIRD. 4v, Furlongs. Purse $1,100. Maiden 2-year-olds. Claiming $7,500. Index Horse Jockey Owner Wt PP 1/4 Sir Fin Odds 5903 The Little Rage (MacBeth)-x G Hazelton Sr 6703 Stanley Steamer (Ccrrea) Sarival Farm 31C3 Cannon's Charmer (Powell) Mrs L McDonald Doggie Cox (Hcwell) G Cox ' Mr. Skylark (Phillips) Mr-Mrs R Stuart Sam McGee (Munsell) S Stiller Katv Manners (Figueroa) J Stringer Whimsical Mood (Beniamin) V Sheridan 117 9 2h 120 2 1' 114 10 3* 117 6 4 120 8 5'! 1.00 1.80 31.20 6702 Seam's Bright (Calderon) H Allmaras Can't. Take It (Petersen) Mr-Mrs A Krull 120 117 114 5 7 4 10 117 1 6: 6'! 8=" 7*1 95 8! 117 3 93 10 10 I' TI 3)' . 4!', 85.20 5< 16.60 6< 43.40 7" 16.90 49.50 10.00 9.00 _____ _____ . x— 5 Ibs. AAC Time :22' 5 , :Ws, :52«'s MUTUELS— The Litlle Rage $4, 2.60, 2.60; Stanley Steamer $2.80, 2.60; Cannon's Charmer 55. QUINIELA paid $5. WINNER— Br C 2, Skottar-Raging Liz. Trained by George Hazelton Jr. The Little Rage forced pace while under restraint, raced Stanley Steamer into defeat when called upon and drew clear near end. Latter made all the pace, held on well In drive but was unable to withstand winner and was best of others. Csnnon's Charmer had qood early speed, lacked a closing rally and held en well in the drive. __ __ ___ "7404 " FOURTH. 5Vj Furlongs. Purse $1,000. Fillies and Mares, 4-year-olds and UP. Claiming $1,500. Index Horse Jockey Owner Wl PP v, v? Str Fin Odds 6504 Tom's Honey (Phillips) H Virgin 6607 Win N Kid (Munsell) CS.N Vest 7005 Marcavella (He-well) P Wolfe 6901 Trial Fusion (Schleiffers)-x S Maxwell 7201 Ruler's Joy (Anderson) C Alexander 72)0 Hob Nob (Munoz)-x W Sando 118 i 114 1 113 2 109 7 2' 114 8 1 110 5 8 109 6 4; 115 3 3' 6< 9.70 1.80 1.70 9.90 4.40 36.20 8.70 49.70 5404 Topple All (MacBeth)-x R Foulz 4605 My Own Choice (Figueroa) E Ryun x-5 Ibs. AAC • Tjme ^ _ _ ^ MUTUELS—Tom's Honey $21.40, 7, 4; Win N Kid $4.20, 2.80; Marcavella $3. QUINIELA paid $48.60. WINNER—Br M 5, Honey's Alibi-Atate Trick. Trained by Dewayne Branch. Tom's Honey came around the leaders when set down and got up near the end. Win N Kid improved position steadily and held on well in the drive. Mar- cavella saved around and finished well. 7405 FIFTH. One Mile. Purse $1,300. 3-yeaV-olds. Claiming $3,000. Index Horse Jockey Owner Wt PP '/4 Vi 'A Str Fin Odds 7304 Brooklyn Star (Petersen) L Hansen 117 2 5» 41 3'', y V 4.60 (6401) Admiral's Glory (Dur'sseau) F&M Yielding 112 4 6i 6? 5 l 4> 2-» 2.60 (6704) Joyful Hostess (Figueroa) E Lopez 115 9 4> 2'' 2'! 2>> 3*: 4.20 (7004) Nancy Bux (Munsell) R Seeley 112 1 1< PI i: I 1 4! 11.10 (64)3) Queen Diedra (Anderson) Mr-Mrs WCIuer 115 S T> 8- 1 7: 7; S'l 2.40 7004 Cedar Mint (Powell) W Alexander 115 8 8'l 9 9 8'' 6? 73.40 4805 Slronsesf AppeaKMacBethJxRVuc'vichEtAI 107 7 9 7' 5 s 4' 76 4.30 6403 Rusty Nugget (Beniamin) V Sheridan 110 6 2>> 3' 6 5 8' 88.30 6903 Glutis (Culberson) K Johmon 110 3 3' 5' 8< 9 9 50.30 Time :22%, :46 4 4, 1:12, l:38Vs MUTUELS—Brooklyn Star $11.20, 4.40, 3.40; Admiral's Glory $4.40, 3.20; Joyful Hostess $4.20. QUINIELA paid 520.60. WINNER—Br G 3, Tanana-Bonnie Sweep. Trained by Reed Utley. Brooklyn Star responded when brought out for the drive and drew clear in last 70 yards. Admiral's Glory closed ground steadily after a half mile and Hn- islved strongly. Jcyful Hostess forced pace after a quarter and held on with courage in the last eighth. 7406 SIXTH. One Mile. Purse $1,200. 4-yair-olds and up. Claiming $2,000. Tndex Horse Jockey Owner Wt PP V* Vfr V4 Str Fin Odds 6910 Sir Siarno (Munsell) Marq't&Hansen 7209 Tecolomio (Anderson) V Fried 114 114 107 114 720? Gaysunia.Tpt.(MacBeth)-x_M : M.R P'grew 107 4 3 114 108 li; I', 31 3"' 41; 4) 55 54 10.80 4.30 2.30 5.30 1.20 21.50 7209 Moody Mark (Culberson) G McLeod 7209 Yukon Kid (Durousseau) M Norton 6710 Plucky Princess (Powell) M Hale MUTUELS—Sir Slamo $23.60, 9.40/4*; Te'coiomio $4.60, 3.40; Gaygunga-Tot $2.60. QUINIELA paid $41.60. , Ju _.,,., WINNER—B G 8, Sir NImbus-Slamo. Trained by Reeed Utley. Sir Siamo took command soon after start,, saved ground throughout and was under hard handling In stretch to hold Tecolomio. Latter raced closest to winner throughout, made a game bid In final eighth but wasn't good enough. Gaygunga- Tot was unable to reach first two In an even performance. 7407 SEVENTH. 6 Furlongs. Pi/fse $1/300. 3-year-olds. Allowance. Index Horse Jockey Owner Wt PP 'A Vi Str Fin Odds 6403 Stop Account (Durousseau) B Shea 120 2 ..... 7108 Mattt Melody (Petersen) M^quardt-Utley-'sen 117 4 6707 Lefturn (Yeager) F Williams 3707 Respectifool (Phillips) Clay&Struck _, 7008 Classic B»by (Pinto) Mr-Mrs J I Shepodd 6608 Polk«M« (MacBeth)-x Mr-Mrs V Canoro 6207 Palace Bar Girl Lawson -x R&N K'khefer x-5 Ibs. AAC 115 7 Ii2 6 I 107 4 110 1 4h 2" 41 5< 3.40 2.30 6.60 3.00 10.80 7.40 7.40 MUTUELS—Stop Account Sam* 4.40, V Mafce'/Wefody $3.40, 2.80; Lefturn $3.20. WINNER—§ S G 3, 1 'count Allbhai-No Exit. Trained, by Richard Hazelton.. Stop Account came to extreme outside when called upon and got UP m final stride. Make Melody was s ow to settle Into best stride, moved up fast on stretch turn to set command a sixteenth out and narrow y missed. Lefturn forged into lead at the three sixteenths pole, then yielded In final furlong. 7408 EIGHTH. S'/2 Furlongs. Purse $1,400. 4-year-olds and up. Allowance. Index Horse Jockey Owner Wt PP 'A Va Str Fin Odds 1.20 7.50 4.50 5.90 2.80 16.80 61.80 112 3 114 1 112 115 117 112 110 111 I'! 42: 4' 5' Si 3' 3i 2i' 2i 6» 65 (5408) Disraeli (MacBeth)-x G Hazelton Sr 67C8 Miss Sabra (Phillips) Clay&Struck (67CB) Rebel Hawk (Schleiffers)-x H Conley 6308 Ragtown Rose (Yeager) F Brown (5908) PriTux (Durousseau) HousselslMoore 6208 Little Sure (Anderson) C Vance Wise Nlgretta (Calderon) K Ayexander MUTUELS—Disraeli $4.40, 4!*3'40; Mlss's'abra' $9, 5.60, Rebel Hawk $3.60. WINNER-Gr G 6, Negot atlon-Money Blues. Trained by George Hazelton Jr. DlYrlel! went to front soon after start, saved ground throughput and drew out under pressure. Miss Sabra closed strongly on Inside in last furlong. Rebel Hawk made up ground In final eighth. ._ 7409 NINTH . 'index Horse tvt Furlongs. Purse $1,300. 4-year-olds and UP. Claiming $2,500^ Jockey Owner _ Wt PP '/4 Vi Sir Fin Odds ""6600 Oxcar (Cluberson) N'maniGr'halgh 6802 John The Boy (Powell) B Bpggess (6603) Miss Modesto (Munsell) E Yari 6909 Smarty Boots (Anderson) Mr-Mrs C Gibson (6806) Goldarian (Dllls)-x 0 Hare Reedpoiht 'Red'lDurousseau' F Brown 6909 Old Slim (Yeager) 6807 Reedpoint Red (Du 7007 Vermejo (MacBeth)-x G Cosper Jr 6909 Tarmion (C&rrea) H Grey 115 9 112 10 114 8 116 110 117 114 112 120 108 2;' 54 6! 6 4 8 1 7' 2 10 3 9' 3! 2' 4'. 5! 6: 8' 9< 10 32 22 10 4.20 39.00 22.60 17.00 11.50 .90 4.70 12.80 29.80 25.90 Miss Lewan (Beniamin) C Lewan MUTUELS-Oxcar SIO^oT's^O/^O 5 ; *j|hn The'Boy %..«••«>; , Mi S,,^ odesl0 $7 ' WINNER—B G 5, Stormy Petre -Lady Chene. Trained by R. J. Hulse. Oxcar followed the pace under a snug hold, came around leaders when set sloul bid °n fIrfal furlong and held on with courage. Miss Modesto took .command down and got up near the end. John The Boy forced pace from beginning, made at s art held on to last furlong, then gave way to the first wo. CLAIMED-Oxcar, for $2,500, by E. Sullivan. Trainer, Sullivan. 7410 TENTH. One Mile. Purse $1,100. 4-year-olds^nd^^._CJam^na_$1 1 500.__ "index Horse Jockey "owner wt PP V 4 Vi Vt Sjr>inJ>dds_ 7002 Castle Honey (Howel ) D Berreth 7010 Q-Wan (Durrousseau) B Cock 700 Beau Challenge (Henry)-x M Dav'son 7009 Maek Red (Culberson) J McKinsler --- ••- Quick (Turetsky) R Orr (Munsell) W Stiles 6 7105 7202 7110 Mark Me Quic Choice Tip (M Fernland (Pow Wise Glance (/ 110 7 112 4 115 8 115 6 112 114 115 61 1 10 3 3h 4 1 ' 2'. 7 ! ' 6' 9? 3>: 11510 S C »e1n neiSChW ° b 711 S2 81 3>' 96 10 5 V V 2i 7" 10 MUTUELS-Castle Honey . WlR^B M M V'-BrlafhiVTI Castle Honey came x— -5 Ibs AAC ^.^Bo! G-Wan U40, 3.80; Beau Challenne $4. Ime'Cas.le Blayney. Trained by Daniel Berreth to get command a furlong out and drew ground steadily on outside lnja_st_guarler._ Attendance 5,700. Mutual Handle $178,443. Copyrisht, 1969, by TViangle Publications, Inc. Santa Anita results Cloudy, Fast. Or F b!t R ^uT. 1 r J ' Q ffi'o..V..l YO '7.fi- 4.60 4.00 Misty Hills (Hartacki 11.40 8.80 Food Man (Alvarez) v-'V Supply Boat (Blanco) 8.20 4.60 Merrv Maaqie (Alvarez) 2.80 Time— 1:48%. NINTH-$5,000, Clm«, 4YO up, l.V mi. Chutlna Champ (Maese) 11.20 5.00 3.40 4.00 3.20 $4;000, el, 4YO UP, IA ml. Brokers Steel (Volzke) 8.40 4.40 3.40 Maple Drive (Sellers) «.20 3.40 Blacklaws (MValenzuela) 5.40 Time—1:46% DOUBLE (10-») PAID $36.40 Clarinetist (Pineda) Storm Boy (Yanez) Atlenda 1 rice-i9,)99. Handle-$2,123,410. . 4.40 -THIRD—$4,000, Cl Bella Ladf (Harris) avincl THall) -17,000, el, 3YO, li 1 . ml. taTn fPlncay) 7.80 4.00 3.00 ; sffl T ^wJfeu?n Y ,°i.6t f - 4.oo 3,0 I TlSf'lH-w^ alwe, 4YO o «P' 60 *'^ *j *" 5ay'* e pcuble (Shoemaker)' 4100 3.20 bnad Maker II (Harmatz) 12.00 TH-$7,000, alwc, 4YO up, 6 I. Ravef's slipper (Umbert) 4.00 2.80 5.^0 MliBhtv Funny (SRoemaker) 6.20 4.80 Ser A Thief (Pineda) 4.00 E/81irlJ-ff6,ooo, aiwc, 4YO UP, iv. Schllii'lPie (Resales) 20.40 8.60 5.00 Net classes start Twenty-four tennis classes for beginners, sponsored by the Phoenix Paris and Recreation Department, got under way yesterday at various parks and schools throughout Phoenix. Classes are for elementary school age boys and girls, teens and adults. A tennis schedule is available from the Recreation Branch Office, 2700 N. 15th Avenue. Turf \vorkouts 38/4b, 49/3h, 48/3h. Erie's Orphan 49h, Gipsy Dawn Irish Dancer. 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