Perhaps a Big Surprise: Best of the Start Enables Him to Win Mondays Feature at Brooklyn Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-07


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I PERHAPS A BIG SURPRISE I i Best of the Start Enables Him to Win Mondays Feature at S; Brooklyn Park. j CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. C The Breadth view Claiming: Handicap, -which featured to- days program at Brooklyn Park, resulted in 1 a complete surprise when Perhaps, the ex-j treme outsider, took command at the start I and obtained such an advantage in the early running; that Buckhorn II-, although hard ridden, found it impossible to catch him, al-i though -wearing him down gradually. Buck-! horn XL ran a game race, being last away i and mowing down his opponents one by one to finish second, lour lengths ahead of Winnipeg, which was an easy third, i Lafe M. defeated a fair band in handy fashion in the fourth event, a dash of flve-I eighths with Superahna, the heavily-backed choice, just lasting to beat the fast-closing Pearl Boots for second place. ! Hitter belle, Hazel Dale, Seths Ak-Sar-Ben and Super King also scored handy victories, while Neptune was forced to a drive to hsat Georgia May in the third. Emerson Shepard was a visitor today in the interests of the Capital City Racing Association, which will hold a fall meeting at Beulah Park, Columbus, October 22 to November S. Mr. Shepard, who leaves tonight for Toronto, stated that a special train will leave here for Beulah Park at the conclusion of this meeting. John T. Ireland, who is serving as presiding judge here, will officiate in a like capacity at Beulah Park. C. R. Bichards was an arrival with Heavy i Artillery and Holly Boy from Aurora, while J. Charles got in with Balefull and Rotarian. Jockey J. Gerrity was suspended for five days by the starter for disobedience at the post in the first race.

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