Rolled Stocking By Inches: Outstays Ex-Senator J. N. Camdens Noreaster in Stretch.; Terrific Downpour at Churchill Downs Slows Track and Affects Attendance--Rialto Purse off-Day Feature., Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-20


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ROLLED STOCKING BY INCHES Outstays Ex Senator J N Cam dens Noreaster in Stretch Terrific Downpour at Churchill Downs Slows SlowsTrack Track and Affects Attendance Rlalto RlaltoPurse Purse OffDay Feature LOUISVILLE Ky May 19 Rolled Stock Ing which disappointed in the Kentucky Derby carried J W Parrishs colors to vic ¬ tory in the Rialto Purse feature of todays program at Churchill Downs To gain his victory Rolled Stocking had to show his best speed and then only won by a margin of inches Noreaster J N Camdens racer was second with Indian Love Call in third place placeRolled Rolled Stocking1 was a pronounced choice He raced well up with the leaders Nor caster and Belgenland in the first half mile responded to urging when called on and held to his task gamely for a final severe effort Noreaster in the early stages dis ¬ played the most speed and held on gamely in the final drive At one stage he appeared as if he might get home in advance of the favorite and gave the backers of Rolled Stocking an uncomfortable period near the end i iIndian Indian Love Call made a game attempt in the last eighth but his challenge was short ¬ lived and he gave way in the last seventy yards to be beaten by two lengths for second place Belgenland was in the worst part of the track and readily gave way on reaching the stretch stretchAnother Another terrific downpour occurred here last night and it had the effect of slowing the course materially Threatening weather at the outset and an offday offering caused a reduced attendance from the former large gatherings that have been on hand The racing was spectacular and in keeping with the best that has gone before beforeThe The consistent Mount Beacon which races so well for J McGee added another triumph to his rapidly growing string when he de ¬ feated Gibbons Reputation and five other sprinters that started over threequarters under claiming conditions in the fourth race The winners effort was much like his pre ¬ vious performance W Garner getting him away fast and restraining him back of the leaders for almost Half a mile He then was taken to the outside and quickly raced past the leaders overtaking Gibbons in the final eighth and ultimately leading him to the finish by a margin and one and onehalf lengths After Gibbons lost the lead to the winner he held on well enough to remain in advance of Reputation a like margin sep ¬ arating this pair Among the others were T S Jordan which gave his usual display Continued on sixteenth page ROLLED STOCKING BY INCHES Continued from first page of early speed and My Colonel and David L which began very slowly The winner had the bulk of support He ran the dis ¬ tance in 12 a fine performance over the dull track trackScnmpaway Scnmpaway and Oseda the highly regarded ones in the band of seven that started in the opening race fought it out in the final three eighths of the race the former earning the decision by a short head chiefly as a result Von Roenn representative They staged their rive far in advance of the others Oseda he favorite leading Spellbinder by six engths for second place With the exception of Black Crackle which dropped out of a contending position in the first quarter the field raced well bunched for the first five eighths Ashburton setting the pace for this distance distanceThe The race was held up several minutes due o the enforced withdrawal of Rasuli which ell lame while in the paddock His condi ion was so bad that the stewards ordered the lorse scratched The purchase price of all tickets bought on Rasuli were refunded Scimitar coupled in the mutuel field and ridden by apprentice W Lauscher who ac ¬ counted for the previous race with Tchad lyer was winner from Raving Lady Fusi leer and nine other ordinary platers in the hird race The winner was given a fault ess ride by the young rider who brought lim from behind the leaders after threecjuar ers and rode him well in the final drive to have him outstay Raving Lady by a neck The latter downed Fusileer by a length for second place after coming from far back backTchadflyer Tchadflyer showing a liking for the deep going and racing in good form came from behind a majority Of the fourteen maiden twoyearolds which opposed him in the second race to win going away at the end The successful choice was followed to the finish by Kitty Yansen which in turn downed Charles Robinson for second place Although Tchadflyer won by a margin of almost two lengths Kitty Yunsens swerving in sharply in the last eighth when hard rid ¬ den cost her some ground and but for this the winner might have found her hard to beat beatJockey Jockey E Legere one of the three rider injured in yesterdays spill here did not accept mounts today His left jaw badly bruised in the accident pained him consid ¬ erably but he made the trip to the track to witness the racing Aside from a broken left wrist jockey W Watson received no other injuries in the same spill and F Chiavetta the other rider who figured in the mishap escaped with a few bruises The latter had no engagements today todayThe The Bloomfield Stables Hawkshaw received an injury to his side when he fell in a race Wednesday and as a result possibly will be away from competition for several weeks The threeyearold filly I ma Baby in the Island Farm Stable has been retired from racing and will be bred to Upset

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