Popular Win At Omaha: Lady Bountifuls Success Pleases Large Crowd at Ak-Sar-Ben Field--Ponimoi Second., Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-08


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POPULAR WIN AT OMAHA OMAHALady Lady Bountifuls Success Pleases PleasesLarge Large Crowd at AkSarBen AkSarBenField Field Ponimoi Second OMAHA Neb June 7 The first real sum ¬ mer day of the year brought out a large crowd to AkSarBen Field today and al ¬ though the seven contests were of the claim ¬ ing variety much action was provided by the horses which competed competedThe The fifth race attracted the smallest field of the afternoon but created the most Interest and many were the shouts of delight that went up from the crowd when Lady Bounti ¬ ful the favorite was the winner Her mar ¬ gin was slight as she defeated Ponimoi by a neck Wilmer the Wizard which finished third met with bad racing luck or he would probauty have taken the major portion of the purse He was pinned in on the rail for most of the distance and little Hughes his rider could not make a move moveGlenantrim Glenantrim Maid one of the outsiders fur ¬ nished a surprise when she won the opening race LaJolla was favored to win but after racing prominently for a halfmile began to drop back and finished in the ruck Olympian King nosed out Jim Bethel for second place placeThe The second race fell to Little Jennie the favorite She led all the way and had plenty to spare at the end Korbly and Kremlin were respectivelyMiss second and third respectively Miss Drapeau another choice accounted for the third race This filly was left at the post in her last appearance but was not tardy today and dashing to the front soon after the start held sway to the finish Bon ¬ nie Marguerite finished several lengths in advance of Sheepshead Bay for second place Queen placeQueen Bess was the days third successful choice She won the fourth race by five lengths The race was for horses owned in Nebraska and keen interest was displayed In the event locally although it attracted but a cheap field Nan McKinney finished sec ¬ ond and Fondle Me was third thirdShindy Shindy was claimed out of the fifth race Monday by E E Major for 1500 The latter was represented by Street Liz

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