Wild Aster Speedy: Runs Three-Quarters in 1:11 1/5 to Win Spring Handicap.; Triumphs Over Rancocas Pair, Bracadale and Tester, As Well As Other Good Ones., Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-08


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— WILD ASTER SPEEDY * ♦ Runs Three-Quarters in 1:11% to Win Spring Handicap. * SI Triumphs Over Rancocas Pair, Bracadale and Tester, As Well As Other Good Ones. u, • — ■ ti the NKW YORK, N. Y., May 7.— Wild Aster, a tr BhestaHBt son of Uitimus and Blume that races for the Creentree stable, was winner of the g Spring Handicap at Jamaica today and to A A. score over the Bancocas Stables pair. Brae- S| edabl and Tester, he equalled the track rec- li jrd of 1:11% for three-quarters. It was by a a long odds the most notable running of the stake and was worth .S50 to the winner. fe Scott Harlan, who sent Wild Aster to the t to post, was supremely confident and the stable j connections profited handsomely by the vie- G S tory. Little time was lest at the barrier and - roltilelti rushed Wild Aster away from bis number two position with a groat burst of j; sp ■ d. He had the jump on Bracadale, the j, in rail 1kiiv and as a result the son of Fair g Play was in rather close quarters. Time Kx- posure was showing the way to the others j c and Swingalong and Tester were right at I j hand, while Apprehension began a bit slowly ! : r and was last of the company. I of ° Coltiletti sit a sizzling pace, with Wild I ! f Aster, hut he could not shake off Bracadale. j j « while Tester circled around until he had Time v Duwn headed. Through the stretch Braca- . I j dale was still well lapped on Wild Aster , 1 but he could not quite cut down the lead and I j • at the end tin Oroentree Stable gelding was j 1 still half a length to the good. Tester was ; j live lengths further away to beat Swingalong p 1 only a Beck for the short end of the prize. I I f Apprehension had closed a considerable gap j I to be fifth and after the finish he was worked [ i.ut a mile and an eighth, going the mile in i j I 1:4" and the mile and an eighth in | . I 1 .:,.""•:.. This was doubtless a part of prepara- . I | I tion for the BreaUness. I It was Mother bright day and an immense I Crowd was out. The followers of Sande did I i • I not have an entirely pleasant afternoon, for r , ht began l»y losing with James Butlers I Candy Sti k and he was also beaten on Wild- | lake. Roseate H-, and Tester, his three ■ mounts. POOR DAY FOU SANDE. Bather an ordinary band of selling plater r two-year-olds mad? up the field for the opening five-eighths dash and Qeorge Odom a I j *addled the winner when he sent Robert L. t I Gerry** Peanuts to the iwst. At the ead he was showing the way to Richard T. . Wileona Qearview, while w. V. Caseys sj Gipsy Flyer beat James Butlers Candy Stick K I for third. . r.uxtons Sandy Hatch, ridden by D. ►• j Conaetly, was winner of the second race, 5i which ffH a large field over the three-| - quarters distance in a mild drive from G. C. • ! ] Winfrey** Lady Bess, while J. GL MeDoa aids - , • Prince Recent was third. The winner caused d some slight interference at the start, which had name thine to do with eliminating Buck k j Bond and nee settled in his stride he raced J | I in pursuit of |ad| Do— and YVildrako. The third offering was a claiming handicap i over the mile and seventy yard.-; lis-1 5" tanee and H. If. Howards Nose Dive, after] r I forcing all the pace, stuck it out to be ,c j | winner by a length from Frederiektown, *■ I While Roseate H. easily beat A. Stone-: hams rciddlrr for third. The only Other ,r I starter was Tuxedo and he was outrun ail II I the way. it was coin*; to the stretch that lt | I Sand.* mad. his move with Roseate II. and 1, | he elected t go ontitdf of Moss Hive, while, Peddler stuck to the inside. All three *wwag I n. bit wide etitering the stretch and that af- I | forded the lightly weighted Frederiektown II 1 ! his epportnnity. Cooper rushed him up next to the ins d* rail Sad for SB instant he " ! l ioked a wini;. r. but ktcAtoe kepi Nose Dive I going strong enoagh to ■ sore by s length. J. Roseate EL quit aader paalshsnent and was just beaten for second pases, hat Peddler »_ yuit even nsors badly when he was four ... I length* further away. I «. Franks Coosedy accounted for the rtc _ running of the fifth race, which was at a mile and seventy yards. J. Butler** Delysts was sesond and w. H. Flsera Giadya v. finished third. The winner was ridden by Gs Filds. who allowed her to steal away into a long lead. Tins advantage was of immense rain* to her st the finish, for she v..r qoittii | fasi and barctj fat led to stall off I.l:ia. which in turn was do Bg her best t., hold off the fast -finishing Giadya V. Harry Payne Whitney s Bwtnging was returned the winner of the final race of the afternoon in a drive over the RancOCS* stables Boperlette, while Ifother Qoose, a stable companion to the winner, was third. The start was delayed due to the fractious behavior of B» atri.-e The latter unseated lu-r rider, jumped the fence and ran away behind the stah!«s. B. Holmes claimed Peddler from c. a. St..n-ham for K,SM following the running of , the third race. lasig-Tipton Company will hold a sal ■ of horse* in training at Belmont Bark on j Saturday, May IL Several oocsdgnmenta have been pledged, tndoding s draft from the Sanford Stud Farm Stable.

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