Adverse Conditions: Disagreeable Weather and Heavy Track at Fairmount Park.; Harry Carroll Disappointment in Substitute for Original Fifth Race, Declared Off., Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-03


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ADVERSE CONDITIONS i iDisagreeable Disagreeable Weather and Heavy Track at Fairmount Park Harry Carroll Disappointment in inSubstitute Substitute for Original Fifth FifthRace Race Declared Off COLLINSVILLE 111 June 2 Disagree ¬ able weather and track conditions continued here detracting much from the Fairmount Park racing and also holding down the at ¬ tendance Considering the adverse condi ¬ tions a surprisingly large crowd was on hand to view a somewhat ordinary racing offering The inclement weather is causing owners to refrain from entering tneir best and as a result racing enthusiasts here are for the present deprived from seeing some ol the stars in action Because of the heavy track conditions one of the original carded races the fifth was declared off because of the excessive number of withdrawals and a substitute race at one mile xvas carded to complete the seven race offerings Some of the races were spectac ¬ ular close finishes culminating in several in ¬ stances The frequently offending Harry Carroll was again an offender He was made the favorite in the substitute race and failed having no excuses this afternoon for he was away from the barrier in a forward position and enjoying prominence during the running He was beaten home handily by Ruth Gold which led him for the entire way Harry Carroll made a good attempt in the stretch to head the winner but he gave way com ¬ pletely in the last sixteentn Golden G was best of the others othersUPSET UPSET IX OPEXER OPEXERThe The Capital Stables Spearo furnished the upset in the first race when he won in run ¬ away style from Captain Fox the favorite and Hobson another well supported one The winner never gave his backers much concern for he took a good lead at once and maintained it for the entire distance to win with much in reserve The battle for second place was spirited with Captain Fox best bestThe The maiden twoyearold race brought the biggest band of the afternoon to the post when ten started Polar Sea the favorite was a handy winner He raced as if best for he was away slowly and closed a big gap to ultimately wear down Mac Maxim and win in easy fashion Mac Maxim which had shown the most early speed held on well and outstayed Char Lady for second place There was strong support for Betty Browning in the race but any chance she might have had was ruined by a poor ride rideEthel Ethel Galliger was given the call in the third race with Montello also having an ex ¬ tensive following followingEthel Ethel Galliger flattered extensively until well into the stretch when Montello came with a rush and disposed of the leaders with ease to win with much in reserve Coy racing well with the others for half a mile managed to hold on long enough to get the shorter portion of the purse purseFORM FORM REVERSAL REVERSALThe The running of the fourth race brought the first pronounced form reversal of the meeting when Rebeck showing vastly im ¬ proved form under a hustlinjj ride led for the entire distance and was a handy winner from Tick Tock and Aennie Day In a pre ¬ ceding start Rebeck under the same rider finished beaten off the rider on that occasion piloting him indifferently He was active from the start today and got his mount away from the barrier in an advantageous posi ¬ tion and riding hard kept him in the van for the entire distance Prince 1C was the favorite in the race but the diminutive Philpot could not make the horse keep up in the early stages and he was always far in the wake of the others until reaching the stretch where he closed a big gap gapMrs Mrs T J Carroll accounted for her first purse of the present meeting when Spats a prohibitive favorite got home in advance of Colonel Winn with Critical Moment in third place The winner was best but his rider put the victory in jeopardy when he cut across Colonel Winn in the last eighth He drew out decisively in the last sixteenth sixteenthMarengo Marengo registered in the closing race mainly through the roughriding tactics of jockey Yates who caused High Prince to suffer extensively when he forced him wide at the stretch turn Marengo was up in the last stride to beat home Happy Hobo which Jiad a clear course the entire trip Had High Prince had a clear course he would have won handily He finished in third place being beaten only a short margin by the leading pair pairSeveral Several stables arrived here today includ ¬ ing Uios of John F Schorr with four including Jock E M McLeans Fairmount Derby candidate W Ware with two 12 A Crecelius with three II A Ray with three H A Cotter with five H Herron with two J D lioggess with one and D 1 Keiffer with six

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