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November 01, 1954



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Brother Tex, owned by W. C. Stephens, came from behind to beat 14 other two-year-olds in richest running of Breeders' Futurity, at Keeneland race track, Lexington, Ky. Brother Tex earned $39,000, paid $15.60.

High Voltage, owned by Mrs. Henry Carnegie Phipps , justified 3-5 price by winning Selima Stakes, made herself top two-year-old filly of year, at Laurel, Md. High Voltage earned $50,810, boosted total winnings for year to $165,325.

Nashua , leading two-year-old of 1954, retired for rest of year to recover from attack of colic.

Katie Key, country's leading trotting mare, won $29,375 Gotham Trot, at Yonkers, N.Y. Owned by Pat Tuccio of Riverhead, N.Y. and driven by Clint Hodgins , Katie Key's victory in mile-and-half trot sent her earnings to $152,375.


Ch. Carmor's Rise and Shine, three-year-old cocker spaniel owned by Mrs. Carl E. Morgan of High Point, N.C., took best in show at Albany Kennel Club show, Albany, N.Y. Rise and Shine, winner of top award at Westminster in February, scored over 691 dogs, including boxer Ch. Bang Away of Sirrah Crest.

Bang Away came back after defeat at Albany to win best-in-show at Troy Kennel Club show, his 96th top award, at Troy, N.Y. Four-year-old Bang Away is owned by Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Harris of Santa Ana, Calif.


Lady Corrigan, six-year-old bay mare owned by Miss Josephine Abercrombie of Houston, Tex. won $5,000 five-gaited stake at American Royal Horse Show, at Kansas City. Other winners at American Royal: August A. Busch Jr.'s nine-year-old gray mare Miss Budweiser in $1,000 jumper stake; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hobson's chestnut gelding Nick Highland in $2,500 parade stake.

Captain Joaquin D'Harcourt of Mexican Army won international jumping event in unprecedented jump-off with 10 other riders, including entire Mexican team, in Pennsylvania National Horse Show, at Harrisburg. D'Harcourt put Cordoves over tough nine-barrier course in 34.9 seconds. Second was Gen. Humberto Mariles of Mexico; world champion Hans Winkler of Germany finished third.

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