Reverberate Wins Handily: Leads Inferno Lad and Hogans Dance in Bainbridge Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1932-08-29


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REVERBERATE WINS HANDILY Leads Inferno Lad and Hogans Dance in Bainbridge Feature. Alamae Scores Popular Victory, Beating DeLma Dunn In Third Bearcry Triumphs for F. Nugent. GEAUGA LAKE, Ohio, Aug. 27. Reverberate carried the black and orange jacket of R. C. Thatcher to a rather handy victory in the Blue Bonnets Purse, the fifth and best offering at Bainbridge Park this afternoon. Inferno Lad raced to second place with Hogans Dance third. The time, 1:44 for the mile and seventy yards, was excellent considering that the track was far from being at its best. Jockey R. Clemons, on the winner, followed within striking distance of the pacemaker, Inferno Lad, until the stretch was reached, then closed stoutly on the outside and drew into a clear lead through the final hundred yards. Inferno Lad was made too much use of and weakened when Reverberate challenged. Hogans Dance showed a creditable effort, finishing close up. First Mission, the only other starter, showed a very dull effort and stopped badly after going halfthe trip. An excellent half-holiday witnessed the sport, which was formful and interesting. The weather was ideal. Cliftons Queen, an outsider, provided an upset when she annexed the opening dash. Dimock and Sir Michael alternated in the lead to the stretch head, where Dimock and Cliftohs Queen went to the extreme outside. Sir Michael and Bonnie Marita saved much. ground by remaining close to the inner rail. In the run home Cliftons Queen drew clear and won handily. Bonny Marita secured the second award equally as easily from the poorly ridden Dimock. Saving much ground entering the stretch where Ad Remmcon and Tollie Young, the leaders, both went very wide, Bearcry was able to retain a length margin over his field through the final eighth of the second race. It was the first success this year for the Nugent representative. Ramus, by saving ground in the stretch, barely lasted to secure second in a drive from Monde, with Ad Remmcon finishing a bang-up fourth. Although W. Cains Alamae led throughout in the third race, she barely lasted to score by the shortest of margins from the strongly finishing Delma Dunn. Bay Rose, a keen factor from the start, was best of the others.

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