Akron Track Deep in Mud: Difficult Course and Cold Weater Reflected in Considerably Decreased Attendance, Daily Racing Form, 1926-04-29


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AKRON TRACK DEEP IN MUD Difficult Course and Cold Weather Reflected in Considerably Decreased Attendance. AKRON, Ohio. April 2S— Following the seady rain for the past twenty-four hours todays races here were run over a track fetlock eleep in mud. The weather was real autumn-like and the attendance suffereel as a result. After a stirring struggle entering the strete-h Quiet drew e-lear anel retained a slight I margin over the fast finishing Dusky Lelle at the end of the opening dash. In a hard drive Jim Daisy outgameel the tiring Itah for third place. Runpreserve, the early leader, retired from contention on reaching the stretch. Closing up courageously on the outsiele of the leaders entering the strete-h Hopalong drew into the leael and earneel the verelict by a small margin uneler a very e-onfielent looking ride by jockey Ralls in the seeonel race. Showing the way throughout Satana was never in serious trouble during the running of the third race. Dustproof after being a victim of poor rae-ing luck in the early stages closed enough ground to beat Zero home for second place anel was probably best. Taking command after going half the elis-tance. Little Clair then elrew away into a long lead and made a show of her opponent! in the fourth race. Jimson had no opposition for the seeonel place. The tiring eottager was third after rae-ing prominently during the early stages.

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