Akron Feature To Tease: Fair Weather Prevails for First Time in Five Days--Chestnut Girl Scores in Fifth Race., Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-21


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AKRON FEATURE TO TEASE Fair Weather Prevails for First FirstTime Time in Five Days Chestnut ChestnutGirl Girl Scores in Fifth Race AKRON Ohio May 20 Mrs M Teresas Tease took the measure of the best field starting at Northampton Park this afternoon She finished fast next to the inner rail in the stretch and outstayed Funmaker the pace ¬ maker in the final drive Funmaker was tiring at the end and was hard ridden to save second place from Nero which raced promi ¬ nently throughout The others were out ¬ paced in the last half mile mileOverhead Overhead conditions were ideal today for the first time this week and the largest crowd of the past five days witnessed the sport Ladies Day attracted an increased attendance of the fair sex The track was still deep and holding holdingChestnut Chestnut Girl led the way by a comfortable margin at all stages in the fifth race Moun ¬ tain Chief always held the others safe and Bunbury finished with a belated rush to be third thirdH H Cassens Panzan graduated from the maiden ranks when she wore down False in the stretch and won the initial race rather handily Game Chance never far from the leaders also outstayed the tiring pacemaker for second place Canora broke a leg in the first quarter and had to be destroyed destroyedTaking Taking command after rounding the far turn San Hedron managed to get a neck decision over the fast finishing Richard Mur ¬ ray in the second race Kalakaua was best of the others Prince Theo set the early pace but was taken up in the stretch when he tired tiredA A surprise came in the third race when Corenne moved up from third place entering the stretch and won going away Steinway the pacemaker held Fair Break safe for sec ¬ ond place The latter pulled up lame At no stage of the fourth race did Oil Lady leave the result in doubt Mediator Jr fin ¬ ished fast on the outside in the last quarter and easily disposed of the tiring Gussie P for second place As the start came Aunt Laura bolted through the outside fence un ¬ seating jockey C Grassia who escaped in ¬ jury

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