Bullet Proof Again Wins: Scores His Third Straight Victory at Maple Heights-More Rain and a Heavy Track, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-22


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B g a* r the W the tl si tl the for «. :l T T of of .. by , 01 h M c ■ of ll X f o on $ a. at n fi o of i: is n | I . " 1 j s t c BULLET PROOF AGAIN WINS Scores His Third Straight Victory at Maple Heights — More Rain and a Heavy Track. CLEVELAND, Ohio. May 21.— There was aprain a decided change is the weather over week-end and heavy wraps were comfortable. The track itself Was again lie.tvy, result of yesterdays downpour. Long shot followers got away to a good start when first three races were won by outsiders. C 15. Shafers Bullet Proof in accounting the handicap on todays card made it his third straight win at the present meeting and a double for owner Shjfer for the day. The son of Helmet — Bachelor Girl indulged Tailor Maid with the lead until the turn out the backstreteh. where Sharpe elected to take command, and he was soon out in front three lengths, which margin was increased until at the end Sharpe was easing his mount up to win by five lengths. Tailor Maid hung on long enough to outlast the fast closing North Wales for second place. The first race brought forth a good bunch maiden3, with Wiki Jack as choice, but the public was due to be disappointed. Malvern, racing in the colors of B. Shafer, followed the leaders to the stretch, then came the outside to win easily. Malvern paid 0 for the usual investment. Joseph A. Murpby will leave Saturday night for Toronto to take up his duties as steward Thorncliffe. At the conclusion of that meeting he will proceed direct to Chicago for conferences with the various committees the newly incorporated Chicago Business Mens Racing Association. Splendid progress reported to him daily in the Chicago movement and he hopes to find things in shape to break ground for the new track at Riverdale. J. M. Black was an arrival from Youngs-town with Thriller and others. Leslie was claimed out of the third race Saturday for ,975 by C. C. Wright, represented by Josie M. in the event. Jockey F. Sharpe, was again star rider, being astride three winners during the afternoon. Jockey W. Lancet was suspended by the stewards for three days for rough riding on Stamp in the third race. J. A. Parson claimed Lucy Kate for ,500 out of the seventh race. «

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