Be Good Again to Fore: Repeats Brilliant Showing of Saturday Another Good Race, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-11


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BE GOOD AGAIN TO FORE Repeats Brilliant Showing of Saturday in Another Good Race. - . Easily Accounts for Main Attraction at Maple Heights Rain Hurts Attendance. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Sept. 10. Repeating her brilliant performance of Saturday, T. V. Mountjoys Be Good captured the ,000 handicap, fifth and feature attraction at Maple Heights Park this afternoon. Near the end jockey Terrat, on the winner, was looking back. In the final drive El Astro outgamed Jewell V. D. for second place. Bucado, from which much was expected, failed to extend himself freely, running as if he did not fancy the going and was never prominent. Jewell V. D. contested the leadership closely with the winner to the turn for home. When straightened out Be Gocd drew away decisively, while Jewell V. D. tired badly and bore out during the stretch run. El Astro, coming from the rear, was just up in the last few strides to get second place. Padgett and Dougherty provided the winner of the previous race, the secondary feature, in Jolly. Cif none too well, the speedy son of Transvaal raced into the lead in the first quarter and thereafter was never seriously threatened, winning well under restraint. Cave Woman, well up throughout, outstayed Poland for second place. The Parsons representative was greately favored at the start, but he flattened out in the last sixteenth. Rain abcut race time injured the attendance somewhat and the real mud larks had another inning. Esther Grindell proved to be much the best of the maiden two-year-olds which faced the barrier for the initial race. She drew away into a long lead after going the first quarter and held her opponents safe during the stretch run. Flitterbelle dropped into second place in the stretch. Cokes outstayed the tiring Pink Tea for third place. Racing for his new owner, T. Scott, Tight made a show of his opponents in the second race. He disposed of Atonement after going half the distance and drew away as his rider pleased in the stretch. Horace Lerch and Florence B. Walker divided the remainder cf the purse. After being sharply pinched off at the far turn Day of Peace found an opening on the inside during the stretch racing and was returned a handy winner over John Joseph and Noon Glide in the third race. Despite the Continued on sixteenth page. BE GOOD AGAIN TO FORE OontlnneZL from first pas?. fact that the winner was piloted by the unfashionable Jockey TL DebruiL he ruled a top-beavy favorite. Jlnmble again began poorly and was never a factor. ! A close and exciting finish came with the running of the sixth, in which Blackolia just got up in the last few strides to nose out Super King. The latter cut out the pace and appeared an easy winner a sixteenth out, but jockey Clark was caught napping right at the intL Huckleberry Finn and Grass Tree provided another nerve-wrecking finish. In the concluding dash. The former won because Nee outrode Swanson on Grass Tree in the final drive. Hercules, the favorite, finished with bis usual rush through the stretch, but too late to get to the leaders. The stewards today modified the ruling against jockey "W. Smith and have given him permission to ride in handicaps fcr his contract employers, Padgett and Dougherty, only. TV. Metzger claimed Hough and Heady out of the sixth race for 1.300. At private sale L. T. "Wbltehill purchased Chloe J., from H. Neusteter and the filly raced for her new owner today. Ed Bice was an arrival today from Park-ersburg. W. "Va., with four head. He reports that J. It. CarlocK was the leading winning owner during the racing at the fair there, scoring with Old Pop, Lasses "White and Gloom.

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