Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 127
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 127

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•»«•*« * *• «• •» » ')•*•»•» »-»•'<-» Derby issue settled Sfaw trip far. Secretariate • i. > \ •*•• •>* • v •' •> . .- •• Associated Preit LOUISVILLE, Ky. - A stormy five • year - old coft* tjfoversy surrounding the winter of the iW Kentucky Derby has died quietly as the deadline passed for further appeal of a ruling that denied the gold winner's trophy to first - place finisher Dancer's Image. "It's a settled issue," Bob Oorham, resident manager of Churchill Downs, said Thursday. Gorham said the old winner's trophy will be engraved and presented to Mrs. Gene M a r k e y 's Calumet Farm, owner of second - place fin* isher Forward Pass, as soon as some paperwork is finished. The awarding of the trophy to Mrs. Markey will conclude one of the longest • running controversies in the history of A QftME OF DECISIONS IS SAID THAT THE MODERN GOLFER BUYS HIS SHOTS FROM THE MflNUFRfcTURER — THRT THE CLUBS DO RLL THE WORK, ERCH ONS DESIGNED TO HIT fl SPECIFIC TRAJECTORY RND DISTANCE. GRRNTED V THE SWING IS MORE OR LESS THE SAME* 5ftV x WITH ALL THE IRONS-THE GRIP IS THE SflME..THE TECHNIQUE IS UNCHANGED.. RDDRESS CHANGES ARE MINIMAU.TEMPO IS THE SAME. REGRRDLESS« THE GOLFER CRNNOT BECOME R MERE AUTOMATON. HE MUST THINK. H"E MUST CHOOSE. GOLF IS STILL A GAME OF DECISIONS. EXECUTION BECOMES SIMPLER AS PRACTICE, DEDICATION RND EXPERIENCE ESCALATE. JUDGMENT, POISE AND CONCENTRATION STILL GO INTO THE MAKING OF THE GOOD GOLF SHOT. thoroughbred racing. The deadline passed this week for further court appeals by Peter Fuller, owner of first - place finisher Dancer's Image. "I think it's a closed book," Stuart Lampe, one of Fuller's attorneys said Thursday. "We fought a long, hard batte... He Fuller lost and he's a good loser and that's it." Earlier, attorneys for Fuller, a Boston automobile dealer, had i n d i e a t e d Fuller planned a further appeal to the Kentucky Court of Appeals of a recent ruling by Franklin Circuit Court. The circuit court dismissed Fuller's appeal of a Kentucky Racing Commission ruling that awarded the $5,000 Derby gold trophy to Mrs. Markey. The controversy over the 1968 racing classic began after it was discovered that the Fuller colt ran while under the influence of the drug phenylbutazone, an analgesic forbidden for use in races under Kentucky racing rules. Dancer's Image was barred from participation in the Derby purse and first-place money was awarded to Forward Pass. Fuller appealed that decision to the Kentucky Court of Appeals, which upheld the original decision of the Churchill Downs stewards! Fuller then appealed to gain possession of the winner's trophy. Associated Press CHICAGO - Rain did something Thursday that his opposition hadn't been able to do-slow down Triple Crown winner Secretariat. The Meadow Stable's star, was an hour late leaving Kennedy Airport in New York because of rain that stacked up planes on the ground. And he lost another hour 1 in the air when his charter plane had to fly around storms en route to Chicago for his special race at Arlington Park Saturday. Secretariat was accompanied by trainer Lucien Laurin, who was much more nervous than the Colt after arriving at Arlington Park. Secretariat will run against three other three-year-olds in a special $125,000, IVs mile invitational race Saturday. His opponents will be Our Native, My Gallant and Blue Chip Dan. Most observers feel the race is nothing but an exhibition. Laurin has said the first money of $75,000 is not the reason for bringing Secretariat to Arlington. Both he and Meadow Stable operator He- Ntw Air Conditiontd Pickup Truck! I Can PER DAY FREE MILES FULLY SELF CONTAINED TRAVEL TRAILERS FROM $20 PER DAY ••tenyou buy... 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