Dollar Princess Triumphs: Draws Away from Opponents in Bainbridge Holiday Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1932-09-06


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DOLLAR PRINCESS TRIUMPHS Draws Away From Opponents in Bainbridge Holiday Feature. Largest Crowd of Meeting Sees Races Contested on Heavy Track Best Maifou Victorious in a Close Finish. GEAUGA LAKE, Ohio, Sept. 5. Dollar Princess carried the colors of Miss L. Hoffman to an easy victory in the Labor Day Handicap at Bainbridge Park this afternoon. She shook off Fred Almy rounding the far turn and drew away decisively through the stretch. Bright Knot raced into second place easily during the run home. Coming from far back Noahs Pride headed Fred Almy for third in the last few strides. Worm Glow was never prominent. Following rain late yesterday the races were contested over a heavy track. The weather today was ideal and the Labor Day holiday crowd -was much the largest of the present meeting. In the closest finish of the day Best Maifou, closing strongly on the inside, was awarded a verdict over Bay Rose, the pacemaker, in the fourth race. Saving much ground in the stretch run, Anne L. saved third from Ellen D., which, apparently, was well meant. For some unaccountable reason Principio went to the extreme outside when closing strongly on the leaders at the stretch turn, where Alamae also went out Taking command at once The French Rose was nicely rated along in front throughout the third race and won with something left. Elkhart was always in closest pursuit of the winner and held the resolutely-finishing Tiempo safe. This trio finished far in advance of the others. Frank Seremba saddled the winner of the initial dash in Tricycle, which led by a comfortable margin throughout. Regusted acted badly at the post, unseating his rider twice. Following a slow beginning, he closed much ground in the stretch to dispose of the others. Beauty Bride outlasted the tiring Justa Princess for third. Frank Seremba made It a double when Yvette V. led for most of the trip in the second race and won with considerable to spare. From a slow beginning Paul T. came from far back in the stretch to finish an 4 easy second. Singleam outgamed the tiring Buds Choice for the minor portion of the purse. As the horses were nearing the starting point for this race Dr. CoOgle became frightened, reared and fell backward on jockey R. Cheatham. The lad vas unable to fill his engagement, and jockey Steinmeier was substituted. Later examination disclosed that Cheatham had suffered an injured right arm at the elbow. The colt was quickly captured in the. stable yards. . .

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