Winder Filly Stars: Evening Wins Hialeah Highweight Handicap and Equals Record, Daily Racing Form, 1932-02-01


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WIDENER FILLY STARS Evening Wins Hialeah Highweight Handicap and Equals Record. on Leon Second and Lightning Bolt ? Third Vander Pool Takes Measure of My Dandy. MIAMI, Fla., Jan. 30. Evening, the swift Running daughter of St. James and Cor-Jpuscle, which bears the silks of George D. fWidener, ran the best race of her career at Hialeah Park this afternoon, when she was vinner of the Hialeah Highweight Handicap over the seven furlongs distance. She by a comfortable margin from R. W. Collins Don Leon and Mrs. John Hay Whitneys Lightning Bolt, top weight of the Jarty, saved third from Kiricsen. This was the feature offering of a half-holiday program that attracted the largest crowd Of the season. Weather and track conditions jlvere at their best for the occasion, and, incidentally, in her victory, Evening equalled the track record of 1:23, established for the seven furlongs by Scotch Gold Friday. There was a companion feature in the Shenandoah Handicap, and it gave William Moores Vander Pool his first victory of the meeting when he triumphed over My Dandy. NINE START. After several withdrawals from the high-. Jvcight feature, nine went to the post, and Lightning Bolt was made favorite, even though he was giving away weight on the Scale to every starter except Evening, which .with her age and sex alldwance was under jBqual weight. Lightning Bolt was more alert than the fathers leaving the post, but he was soon headed by both Evening and Don Leon, and for a time Raccoon was showing him the . The others followed in fairly close fcrder with Kincsen, one that was a bit slow to find her stride, last. Raccoon did not last Jong, and as he showed signs of tiring, Robertson moved up with Lightning Bolt, and at the same time Waterway came into contention and raced alongside the son of iWrack. Hibala, Royal Ruffin and Beau Jolie vere cutting no figure in the racing, and in the early stages Kincsen was back of them. Evening was not alongside Don Leon long for when Leischman shook her up she raced into a clear lead, and from that stage there was always daylight back of her. Before the stretch was reached she had increased, her advantage to three lengths and was racing easily. DON LEON HARD REDDEN. Don Leon was under a drive in a vain Effort to catch her and Waterway and Lightning Bolt were fighting along farther back. Thus it was that the daughter of St. James turned into the stretch leading and .when she crossed the line the winner by two lengths in track record time, she still had something in reserve. Don Leon was three-quarters of a length back of Lightning Bolt, which just lasted to save third from the fast finishing Kincsen by a head. Waterway had tired in the final furlong and Jivas half a length back of the mare. The race had a net value of ,600 to the winner and it was the second impressive score for Mr. Wideners filly in three starts. William Smith, a member of the Kentucky Racing Commission, was a visitor. He plans to remain for several days. Mr. Smith is head of the Standard Oil Corporation in Kentucky.

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