Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 97
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More ftbonf Turf workouts Jayandero in spot Continued From Page 53 Villita Ruler's sharp 1:15% effort for 6% furlongs, Jay- andero should be ready for a top performance. In eight starts at TP this winter, the four-year-old colt has run to pair of seconds and as many third-place finishes. Among those contesting the issue will be the two-horse entry of Jammed Prince and Cagey Kid owned by Barney Shea and trained by Richard Hazelton. ALSO IN THE lineup are Clay and Struck's Pertinente, Mrs. M. A. Crawford's King Alabil, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dazzo's Elucius, F. C. Yielding's Royal Shadow, McLloyd Killpack's Western Flash and R. J. Ireland's Frans Gold. King Alabil moves up to allowance ranks after hanging up triumphs in $4,000 and $5,000 claiming ranks in his only two starts since shipping in from Sunland Park. WITH LEADING TP rider L. J. Durousseau named aboard both Shea runners, Jammed Prince looms the Carl's choices 1. Empil's Largo, Oronac, Northern Navajo. 2. Four Percent, Fantalier. Buzz J. 3. Wild Colleoni, Speedy Klu, Robber Queen. 4. Colonel Noops, Astron- autical, Princess Vray. 5. Senolark, Bim Again, King Mid-City. 6. New Story, Hatu, Velvet Gal. 7. On Hand, Queen o'Light, Jet Clove. ;.* 8. Jayandero, Jammed • Prince, King Alabil. 9. Besuch, Durowl, Hope for Me. • 10. Quarter After, Eternal Sunray, Mr. Lewan. , Best—New Story in 6th. Turf entries SATURDAY, APRIL Siventv-Fifth Day FIRST. Purse SI/000, Maldtn flRHU 6401 Dorle' Furlongs. irlea (Schleiffers) ' •115 .,.. Jorle's Daughter "(Hodges) 115 7l«l Fight For Right (Powell) 120 6803 Big Water (Correa) 120 6803 Rillne (Lawson) '110 7101 Oronac (Durousseau) 117 6505 Kool Becky (Belleville) *110 Northern Navalo (MacBsth) '112 7101 Pay My Way (Munoz) *115 6401 Empil's Largo .(Turetsky) 120 Also Elliible A- Revels Baby (Powell) 115 6001 Go-June-Go (Anderson) 115 12- Fort Rock (Calderon) French Prince (Hodges) 117 Clll rs« 4-YMr-Olds A ilmine, 4Va Furlonss. ... . ..cent (Durousseau) ' 7002 Beau's Miracle Howell) 110 ttQjFoyr.Percent.Jbyrpusseau 'Vis 7002 Light Heels (Powell) 113 7002 Ginger Patty (Hodges) 113 6411 Mr. Light* Up (Yeager) 115 Buzz J7 (Munself) 115 7109 Fantalier (Turetsky) 118 . 6804 April Cruise (MacBeth) *105 • Xulberson) 115 *110 7002 Gladsman 6602 Ready Ed 7301 Minnesota 1 'Beauty' 7202 Giddv Girl (MacBi 7201 Iodine jMunoz) *10_ I'll perform (Cuiberson) 110 8-' 8- 106- 8- IS:! THIR I1.1N, Mildwi 2-Year I? 4-' 'Low vffiaTriowell) 117 ,„ Wild" Colleoni (Durousseau) 117 anjo Banner (Hodges) 120 r Queen (Powell) 117 cky Grey (MacBeth) ' Klu (Correa) 1J9 112 Quadroon (Petersen) 117 Lov Tender Valley (Munsell) 117 • Shakedown (Cuiberson) 120 7009 Miss Murf (Anderson) 117 71 W Rev De Bastos (Hodges) 120 -ades Lark (MacBeth) ver (Howell) 12 10- ft! ieiades Lark (MacBeth) . Ever (Howell) 120 Rush Past (Correa) 117 112 6805 Colonel NOOPS ._. 7004 Astronautical (Lawson) *115 Kitty Prowl (Munsell) '" 6003 Mary Luster (Pinto) 7004 Light Folk (, ' 7205 Spring Lake 7205 Lamp Gold 4001 Gipsy Dawn (7001) Princess V.. 7004 Lastlfanny (P MOaSP^nlslfi&TPbweirrox 105 tsjsssnrm? '"itf* :cBetn) HOi lodges),113 jrras) 110 :ulberson) 108 (Powell) 115 irsen) IN ilgjbfe :Bett» *112 m ii§ ... ,d«^^ 6-1 'I] 10-1 'I] 10-1 il Year-Old* A Up, twt c unn y P f « r r and k (Cuiberson) 117 Falcon (Calderon) 115 Richard TMunseiii 115 's Lady (Correa) 110 : .-JBV (Correa) 11 Jda (Turetsky) 115 Lopez JMacBeth) *112 tar Tidings (Flaueroa) 115 !)) ,Kjn9 t Mi5-C?tv E (8urousseau) 115 i El Patro (Petersen) 115 i Gopher Broke (Anderson) 115 ' I Ruler's ,-•• 5-1 6-1 15-1 7-2 t-1 15-1 4-1 6-1 : ole V /ejyet ew Lurlyck (RodrlgyezT 117 [alley _Ciub'.(MacBe'tn S ) L *TlO. daes) 11 ..:hlelffe... itory. .(.Durousseau), ( al (Schlelffers] *107 112 ays Blue John (Yeager) 112 iny'sKlng (Howell) better of the pair. Out of the money, but not beaten too badly, in his three outings here so far at sprint distances, Jammed Prince figures better at today's mile route. Chilean-bred Pertinente shapes up as a solid contender, although luckless in eight starts this year. His pair of seconds include a nose loss to Nile Fool over the mile course, and the distance should suit. Elucius could be a surpris- er. In his last outing, the four-year-old colt set the early pace in the Turf Paradise Handicap before winding up fifth. Donn delayed on trip South ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Donn Clendenon's heralded return to baseball hit another snag yesterday, when the veteran first baseman was unable to get on a plane to fly to West Palm Beach, Fla., to join the Montreal Expos. "Donn could not get a reservation because of the Easter holiday crush," Mrs. Clendenon said. "So he rented a car and is driving down." Clendenon's retirement earlier in the year touched off a controversy between the Expos and the Houston Astros, who had acquired him from the Expos in a trade.. The 35-year-old vice president of a pen company announced Wednesday night he was coming out of retirement to settle the dispute, and signed a contract with Montreal. 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