Bighearts Feature Race: Equals Track Record for Six Furlongs Ad Defeats Energy, Daily Racing Form, 1924-08-15


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BIGHEARTS FEATURE RACE , Equals Track Record for Six Furlongs and Defeats Energy. Baby Lane Victorious in Third Itacc My. lliddy Equals Tract Record to Win First Dace. "WINDSOR. Ont. Aug. 14. Under ideal racing conditions and before a large attendance, with the fair sex prominent the Western Racing Association started on the last part of its second meeting, the feature race being a six furlong dash with Bigheart a slight favorite over the J. McMillen entry. From a good start Bigheart showed in front but was quickly passed by F. Musantes 1 Land who set ..the pace under sufferance. AVhen called upon Bigheart responded gamely and went to the front under mild urging and won easily. Energy moved up fast at the quarter post and was driving hard to stall off Polly AVale. The J. McMillen entry, Deputy and Hermidale finished last. The time was 1 :11 and very fast, equaling the track record made by Ethel Clayton at the first summer meeting. The race called the Border Cities Star Handicap was the second consecutive victory of the meeting for Bigheart. The sixth, a claiming race, brought a small field, with Turnberry the favorite over Jacqueline Julian, but Equity, an outsider, proved to be best and won easily by two lengths from Louis A., who came from far back to beat Jacqueline Julian a length for the place. Turnberry followed Equity for a half mile and then weakened and finished last. Liebgold rQde a nice race on the winner. It was his third win of the day as he had previously won with Tidings and Baby Lane. Five two-year-olds paraded to the post for the first race and it resulted in an easy Victory for AV. M. Cains filly. My Biddy, which left the post quickly and easily held sway throughout. J. J. Farrells Aunt Aggie raced in second position all the way and easily held the others safe. My Biddys time was 1 :00 fiat and equals the track record held by Arch Plotter and Night Shade. . The third resulted in a. nose finish when A. Robertsons Baby Lane, under a powerful stretch ride by Liebgold, outgamcd Lady Argos in the final strides. Lady Argos set a good pace and held on gamely when challenged. Banker Brown ran an improved race. First Call closed an immense gap from a slow beginning. AVhirlwind, fractious at the post, was practically left and had no chance. The fourth race at one mile and seventy yards resulted in an easy victory for R. Haymakers old gelding Handfull, who finished with his usual burst of speed and was going away at the end from La Tafna which had followed the pace set by Peter Lee and had assumed command in the stretch run but could not wtihstand the winners challenge. Peter Lee quit almost to a walk after setting a fast pace for seven furlongs.

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