Spot Cash In Front: Carries A. C. Bostwicks Silks to Victory in Pimlico Feature.; Sparkling Race in a Drizzling Rain--Double Success for G. A. Cochran., Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-11


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SPOT CASH IN FRONT Carries A. C. Bostwicks Silks to Victory in Pimlico Feature. ■ Sparkling Race in a Drizzling Rain —Double Success for G. A. Cochran. BAT/TTMORK. Md ., May 10— Spot I King Solomons Seal, Modest, Sunspero and ; Martingale raced a mile and a sixteenth in [competition for the ,500 added to the Pirn- ! ; lico Spring Handicap in its eighth renewal thai afternoon and completed the journey in the order named. F. Stevens rode the win- ! ner. He earned 1 ." 0 for A. C Bostwick. It was a horse race all the way. From a perfect start BlUiapero went out to make : the pace. Rounding the turn Spot Cash. Modest and Martingale were running nose and nose, being arranged from the inside rail outward, as named. The trio were two lengths behind Sunspero. A similar distance back came King Solomons Seal. In the run through the backstn tch Martingale moved into undisputed second position and King Solomons Seal moved up on the leaden, taking the outside course. At the half Martingale let go completely and Modest began to weaken. Sun.-pero began tiring shortly [thereafter and Spot ash took up th- pace-making. Into the etretch behind the leader King Solomon:; S ; I v.:is at the height of his charge, but he could not g-t closer than a length and a half to the winner, which was ridden out in 1 :1S. Misty rain fell through the running of the race. Sun Flag easily completed a double for O. A. Cochran in the final three-quarters, to win by open lengths from Riheart and thamplain, which struggled valiantly in a ■ lose finish for eecead money. McAlee rode the winner. .. Ralph Reaver Strassburgers Perkiomen led his opponents over the fourteenth and I final obstacle in the steeplechase, but Kolli- j _ _______ * Continued on sixteenth page. SPOT CASH IN FRONT Continued from first page. pop pursued him closely over the last jump and outspeeded him to win in a driving finish at the end of two miles and a quarter. C. Srnoot rated the winner far off the early pace, but moved up with him at precisely the right time, when Perkiomen. HeXMsora and Herriard were fighting for the lead relinquished by Gimme in the final half mile-, Perkiomen held on for second money, llyi-onora finished third. The winner belongs /to S. Ross of Washington. f Ral Parr of Baltimore triumphed in /the Pikcsville, a dash for two-year-olds owned wholly or in part by residents of Maryliind. Virginia, Pennsylvania. Delaware or the /District of Columbia. Bother carried the Mary-landers silks to a victory of a length And a half over Ball Oee, another Baltimor »fctL Crumple, from Virginia, was third. Bother w.nt to the front shortly after the start. but I-ang had to ride her out to maintain her advantage. J. Chalmers got Racket home in front of a cheap band in the fourth contest. J. . Bennets filly won by three parts of a length from the fast-finishing Dr. Charles Wells. Sir Galahad II. came with a rush for third money. Scratches reduced the maiden filly race to five starters and left G. A. Cochrans Annie Jordan a top-heavy favorite. D. Hum sent her to the front and made the pace for four and a half furlongs. Cltimately challenged around the turn, but the leader eased away from her in the final eighth, winning by two lengths. Fiery Flight finished third. R. G. Knsors Altissimo, closing fa.-t next to the inside rail, won going away from Thomasine in the fifth at a mile and an eighth. Thomasine went to the front near-ing the three -eightha post, when Beverwyck quit. At the same time Lord Wrack moved around the ouside with a rush, but quit under 111 pounds and finished third. Thomasine held on for second money. L. Lang rode the winner.

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