Wise Daughter Victress: Carries Colors of Everglade Stable Successfully in Pimlico Nursery.; High Glee and Hooligan Second and Third Respectively--Large Crowd Present Despite Threatening Weather., Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-04


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WISE DAUGHTER VICTRESS • Carries Colors of Everglade Stable Successfully* in Pimlico Nursery. • High Glee and Hooligan Second and Third Respectively — Large Crowd Present Despite Threatening Weather. • BALTIMORE, Md., May 3.— Wise Daughter, the smart juvenile filly that was thoroughly seasoned in Florida, carried the silks s of Burton and Wards Everglade Stable to i victory in the Pimlico Nursery this after- ■ noon. This was the feature offering of the Maryland Jockey Club of the opening of its * regular meeting, the two previous days at £ the Hill Top course having been for charity. This juvenile feature was over the four and a half furlongs distance and carried a 1 net value of ,770 to the winner, aad the C. V. Whitney siIks were second and third i when High Glee and Hooligan followed the s daughter of Wise Counsellor over the line, t While there was rain Tuesday night and r the track was muddy for the early races, it was generally drying as the sport progressed, though it was off all day. A J big crowd was out and, after a cloudy fore- i noon with occasional showers, the skies i cleared and conditions were ideal for the i racing. Wise Daughter, beaten by Bonanza and Early Light in the running of the Aberdeen at Havre de Grace in her last previous ] start, easily wiped out that defeat when she galloped off with the Nursery Stakes. It J is possible that the soft footing was to her J advantage, but breaking well, she dominated all the running and was four lengths clear J as she swept over the line. Snappy Story was first to show from the stalls, but he almost instantly was headed by the Burton filly, and he dropped back , badly as she drew out. Workman attempted , to send Hooligan through on the inside going . to the first turn, but at the same time High J Glee was rushed around on the outside by Robertson. The Pharamond II. filly showed a great , burst of speed that carried her to the heels , of Wise Daughter, but Hanford had not asked his mount to fully extend herself. When he did she shook off the Whitney miss and the race was as good as over. At the head of the stretch Highdine saved considerable ground and moved into third place behind High Glee, but in the final furlong, under a vigorous drive by Workman, Hooligan wore him down to earn that part of the purse. The Upset colt was lapped on High Glee at the finish, and he had beaten Highdine just a head for third. Leslie E. Keiffers Running Heel was the added starter, but he cut no figure in the running. Frank Hackett showed the silks of Mrs. John Hertz for the first time this season in the running of the Mount Washington . Handicap, at six furlongs, and it began the season well when Pairbypair, showing unusual gameness, was winner over a smart lot of sprinters. The big son of Noah had . to stand a hard drive to barely win over • Mrs. J. Grossmans Merrily On, and right at the heels of the closely locked pair, , J. W. Y. Martins consistent mare Con Amore ; beat Sweeping Light only a head for third. . It was a fight to the last stride, where l Pairbypair still had his nose in front, and i for a first start of the season it was a truly excellent performance. This ride, incidentally, - completed a double for Buddy Hanford, who had scored an easy victory with i Wise Daughter in the Nursery. The opening race at four furlongs for Maryland-bred juvenile maidens, went to G. L. Strykers Dreel, with Dr. J. Fred Adams Adamite beating the S. W. Labrot pair, Leonie and Campagna for the place. From a good start, Munden raced Leonie clear of the others in the opening strides and Campagna, her stablemate, was in second place. Dreel followed these closely and Adamite was not far away. They quickly drew out and Dreel, racing on the outside, first headed Campagna and then ran down Leonie until he was close after the daughter of Sir Greysteel at the head of the stretch. Swinging for home, Munden went out with Leonie carrying Dreel a bit wide, and that gave Adamite his opportunity. Gilbert had saved ground with him and raced over Campagna to come into serious contention. Leonie quit badly in the final furlong, but Dreel held straight and true, to be the winner by a length and a half, while Adamite had beaten the Labrot filly a length for the place. J. B. Belks Flaming Mamie was an easy winner over the cheap platers that raced in the second, a mile and seventy yards test. C. E. Groves Flying Max finished second with Mrs. W. V. Caseys Oregon Fir saving third from W. E. Caskeys Jambalaya. Little time was lost at th post and the start was an excellent one with Postponement being rushed into an early command by Robertson. He did not last long in the lead when Adams moved through with Jambalaya when the back stretch was reached. Visionary was in third place and Flying Max, under a burden of 125 pounds was fourth. Cruz, riding a confident race on Flaming Mamie, made no move until rounding from the back stretch. There, the daughter of Blazes moved up readily and before the stretch was reached, she was safely in the lead and under a slight restraint. In the meantime, Flying Max, under a vigorous drive, was making up ground and he finished so strongly that the winning margin of the filly was only half a length. It could have been a wider margin had Cruz so desired. Oregon Fir was last going into the back stretch and he had to close a big gap for his share in the purse, but the leaders tired badly in the final quarter and while he was : three lengths back of Flying Max, he was four lengths before Jambalaya. The Monkton Steeplechase, over the short course, proved easy for Frank M. Goulds i What Have You. Ably ridden by the amateur C. R. White, he cut out all the running, , killed off each horse that attempted to go i with him, and won with plenty to spare. Mrs. , T. W. Durants St. Francis raced to second . place, and Mrs. John Hay Whitneys Spar ■ was third when he outfinished Eric the Red. .

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