New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 19, 1995, Page 9

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May 19, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, May 19,1995 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 9 'Sports Day In the swim Herald-Zeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL Future Olympic hopeful Michael Vestal competed In second-grade boy's free-style swimming at Lands Park Pool on Thursday during the 8th annual School's Pool Day Rotary Swim Races. The event was sponsored by the New Braunfels Rotary Club and the Parks and Recreation Department.Retama’s $25,000 New Braunfels Stakes has hopes for Faye’s Wish * SAN ANTONIO — lf trainer Tom Amoss has his wish, Faye’s Wish will find much easier company in Saturday's $25,000 New Braunfels Stakes and present the talented Louisiana trainer his second stakes victory at Retama Park in two weeks. Highlighted by the addition of Faye's Wish, The New Braunfels Stakes wijl feature a talented group of 12 fillies arid mares, competing at a distance of one mile on Retama s turf course. Robert Sabinske's Faye's Wish ships to San Antonio from Kentucky with a solid record on the ttirf; three wins in four races. But her last venture over the Keenland turf course, a fifth-place finish in the Palisades Stakes on April 20, proved to be a task even Amos admits was a bit ambitious. "There were some serious horses in the race," said Amoss, who won his first stakes race at Retama Park on May 6, when Empire Pool proved victorious in the $25,00 Julep Cup. "That was the first time I'd run her since New Orleans (Fair Grounds). She's a very nice, developing horse. But to have put her in against those fillies...it was a bit tough. We're just fortunate that Retama Park and Louisiana Downs offers good grass races that we can spot our horses with." Amoss said the pace as well as the competition in the Palisades didn't suit his three-year-old Chromite filly. "The winner of the race, Miss Union Avenue., she was fabulous," Amoss said from his bam at Churchill Downs. "She set the pace throughout. Our game is to come from off the pace and use her late kick to pass horses." Faye's Wish, a career earner of $43,929, posted an easy three-furlong workout at the Louisiana Downs on Wednesday in .38 and 2/5 seconds breezing. She will break from post position three and will be ridden by Corey Lanerie. The remainder of the field includes; Lone Star Stella (Enc Pemer), Family Secrets (Kenny Sides), Pak Kaw (Austin Lovelace), Annickaye (Alan Dupuy), Cozy Moment (John Woodley), Suz E. Social (R.D. Williams), Fancy Smile (Rodney Trader), Miss Bec Gold (Michelle Berryman), Ben Cat (Tim Brown) and Clairessa (Darbic Coco). DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASSJim Goodbread i Insli iic lei i210-625-0312 Do You Use Medications For Alleraies? We need individuals ages 18 & up, with mild allergies, who are interested in participating in a six-month study involving an investigational medication. Physician evaluation, electrocardiograms, and laboratory tests will be provided at no cost Participants will be compensated up to $300. Central Texas Health Research 629-9036 Kidd, Hill share NBA rookie honor By DENNE H. FREEMAN Associated Press Writer DALLAS (AP) — Saying that with hard work anything can be achieved, guard Jason Kidd today became the first Dallas Maverick to win the NBA’s Rookie of the Year award, tying Detroit forward Grant Hill in balloting. Each player received 43 first-place votes out of a possible 105 from media members. The pair are the first co-winners of the award since Boston’s Dave Cowens and Portland’s Geoff Petrie shared it in 1970-71. "My teammates are a big reason why I won this award,” the 22-year-old Kidd said. "They are all part of this award. It feels great to win because I had set this as a personal goal on draft day. And it shows if you work hard, you can achieve anything.” Kidd started 79 games, averaged 11.7 points and led all NBA rookies by finishing among the league’s top IO in steals (1.91) and assists (7.7) per game. He also had four triple doubles, all within a three-week span in April. He’s the first Maverick to win any sort of a prestigious NBA award since Roy Tarpley was voted Sixth Man of the Year in 1988. Mavericks coach Dick Motto said Kidd deserves the honor. "He’s got star wntten all over him,” Motta said. “He works hard, he plays hun, he’s coachable, and he’s a lot of fun to watch. Barring serious injury, he has a serious chance to be All-Pro.” Hill, the top overall vote-getter for the All-Star Game, had been the fron-trunner for the award. He averaged 19.9 points, 6.4 rebounds and 5.0 assists in 70 games for Detroit, which finished eight games better than last season at 28-54. The Mavericks could have drafted Hill with the second-overall pick in last summer’s draft, but they instead chose Kidd Kidd had a slow start, but wound up the season with impressive numbers and dazzling play. He led the Mavericks to 23 more victories than they had the previous season, an improvement that nearly landed them in the playoffs. Hill averaged 19.9 points, 6.4 rebounds and 5.0 assists in 70 games for Detroit, which finished eight games better than last season at 28-54. 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At Retama Park, you can bet on all the fun live via satellite simulcast from Baltimore's historic Pimlico Race Course. * Live music and fun for the rn 5 whole family and a drawing for a trip for two to New York to * see the final jewel of the Triple Crown, The Belmont Stakes. * Special Preaknea® Schedule at Retama Park 9:00 a.m. - Gales open 10:00 a.m. - First race from Pimlico 4:30 p.m. - Running of the 120th Preakness Stakes Retama Park Live Racing 6 (H) p.m. - Special Preakness Day Isl live race at Retama Park. The ladies can bet on a great time every Wednesday night with world class racing. $1.00 admission for ladies and $1.50 Bud Light Draft for everyone. ietamapark BUD LIGHT! lUPIISNItHTl Mntr BKH N IM Bury Thursday MMM Wiggle, Wager and WIN every Thursday night at Retama Park with live music and live thoroughbred racing. Shiner Bock presents a Texas band each week. STUMPED? REKMA EWK Play for keeps! Cma. (210) 651*7100 Live racing Wednesday thru Saturday evenings • First race: 7:00 p.m. • Gates open: 5:30 p.m. • General admission $2 SO Simulcast wagering 7 days a week • $1 Admission Call for Answers e Touch- ton* Of Rotary Phones 1-900-454-3535 ext code 940 • 95t per minute CATCH ALL THE SCORES IN Ila• I It'nihl-Zfil im<' ( I ;

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