Economic Decisively: Easily Accounts for 0,000 Added Ohio State Derby, Daily Racing Form, 1932-06-06


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ECONOMIC DECISIVELY ] Easily Accounts for 0,000 Added Ohio State Derby. ] ♦ Springsteel and Our Fancy Second and Third, Respectively, in Bain-bridge Park Stellar Offering. i CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 4— Economic, carrying the colors of J. C. Louchheim and ridden by jockey F. Horn, was winner of the 0,000 Ohio State Derby, feature race on the half-holiday program at Bainbridge Park this afternoon. S. W. Labrots Springsteel raced into second place and J. B. Respess Our Fancy finished third. The mile and an , eighth was run in 1:51%, equalling the track record, an excellent performance considering that the track had just recovered from recent rains. The race was worth ,760 net to ; the winner, ,000 to second and ,000 to , the third. Three hundred and fifty dollars . went to Kenbelkamp and Morris, owners of Adobe Post, which finished fourth and W. F. Knebelkamps share for finishing fifth with Hoops was 50. No time was lost at the barrier and the field of seven left in perfect alignment. Jockey Horn sent Economic to the front and, displaying dazzling speed, opened up an easy lead in the first quarter. Minton and Our Fancy were in closest pursuit to the far turn, where Springsteel moved up on the outside. Adobe Post then moved up approaching the stretch turn, where Minton gave up. DRAWS AWAY FROM RIVALS. When straightened out for the run home, Horn, on Economic, let out a wrap, and the Infinite — Karelia colt drew away to enjoy a three lengths advantage in the final furlong. Springsteel was a similar margin in advance of the others. Our Fancy came again in the stretch, during which she saved ground and easily disposed of the tiring Adobe Post. A field of seven faced the barrier. Royal Lassie was withdrawn early. Trainer Irvine pinned his faith in Springsteel to represent the Labrot stable, withdrawing Open Hearth. Merrily On and Madwind also were scratched shortly before race time. Following the running of the Derby the winner was escorted back to the scales by a drum corps of the American Legion from Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Harry L. Davis, former governor of Ohio, did the honors in presenting the huge silver Derby trophy to Mr. J. H. Louchheim, owner of Economic, and congratulated him on the success of his fine colt. Miss Edith Devand presented the floral wreath which was draped about the neck of Economic and a handsome bouquet to the victorious jockey, Francis Horn. A battery of camera and movie men were on hand to photograph the proceedings. An outburst of applause greeted the victorious horse and rider on his return to the stand. A big crowd taxed the capacity and accommodations of the spacious plant. IDEAL CONDITIONS. The setting for the staging of the Ohio State Derby could not have been improved upon. The racing strip was in excellent condition following the recent rain, which helped materially to improve the appearance of the newly beautified infield. Real, summer-like weather prevailed, the sun shining brightly throughout the afternoon. It was a real representative gathering which turned out, men and gayly gowned ladies from all walks of life being among the throng. Although Cleveland provided a majority of those in attendance, all the i , principal surrounding towns and cities were represented. J. H. Louchheim, owner of Economic, and a party of friends came from New York, arriving this morning, to view the big race. R. J. Nash and his brother, Patrick, owners • of Shandon Farm, came from Chicago i to witness their representative, Minton, perform - in the Derby. Noahs Pride uncovered a wonderful burst . of speed during the final furlong of the fifth race and won going away. Burgoo » raced in closest pursuit of the leaders, Indicative and Green Wave, until the final 1 stages, then raced quickly into second position. - In the final drive Indicative outgamed I °=:een Wave for the minor award.

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