Another For Diaquri: Diminutive Adams Mare Repeats at Sportsmans Park Course.; Improved Weather Conditions Result in Increased Attendance--Close Finishes Thrill., Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-05


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ANOTHER FOR DIAQURI » Diminutive Adams Mare Repeats at Sportsmans Park Course. ♦ Improved Weather Conditions Result in Increased Attendance — Close Finishes Thrill. » CICERO, 111., May 4. — Diaquri repeated her victory of Wednesday and as usual stole the show from the rise of the barrier when she raced close to the rail on the turns and, as usual, barely lasted to win. Making Bubbles, installed second choice on the strength of his defeating much better horses at tracks of larger dimensions, suffered ill luck soon after the start and had to race outside the entire field to make up the ground lost when Alma S. came over at the start, causing a bad jam. Making Bubbles raced with good courage and gameness once he gained his stride at the head of the stretch, but the rabbit-like Diaquri was out in front by three lengths and in the short stretch Making Bubbles could not get to her. Com-mandman, after acting fractious at the post, raced up to challenge the diminutive Diaquri, but tired from his efforts and lasted for third. An improvement in the weather and higher temperature brought a large crowd to the West side course and, while favorites did not fare any too well, the spirited and close finishes were enjoyed by the large gathering. The first brought together two-year-old maiden fillies and went to Dorothy Alice, racing in the colors of M. Simmons. Breaking from the outside she seemed to cross over rather sharply going to the first turn and showing a fine turn of speed, won as though she was much the best but Dye punished her to the end for no known reason as she had a lead of five lengths. Gay Follies was the one that forced the early pace when she raced head and head with the winner down the back stretch and the effort told on her and she soon tired. It was then that Keyhole which was off none too well, Continued on twenty-first page. ANOTHER FOR D1AQURI Continued from first page. made a bold challenge after coming from far back but could not get up in time. Ann Can, Last Heels and Mortide suffered from the eaily crowding and lost all chance on the first turn. The well-backed Brooksie, after flattering her backers for a half mile, while holding a short lead, went down to defeat in the second. Essential, racing for C. W. Moore and ridden by W. Carroll, who gave the gelding a well judged ride, was the winner and left no doubt as to his superiority when he passed the judges stand five lengths in advance of the field at the finish. Adelaide A. took second place and while she was taken back early in the running, she finished well but had no chance to catch the flying leader. Hippias raced up closely for a short distance but seemed to dislike the going and tired badly. In a hair-raising finish that kept the crowd on their toes, Hukill, a three-year-old maiden from the barn of Mrs. W. V. Reeves, just managed to get up in the final drive to win by a short nose. Essie was the one to cut out the early pace and seemed to be racing with something to spare on the back stretch where she had a lead of three lengths but .seemed to tire in the final strides and lost a hard fought race. Some real excitement was caused when Hair Pin, racing in the colors of Stuyvesant Fettbody, and which was racing in a commanding position right hack of the leader, fell on the far turn, breaking a leg. She was humanely destroyed. The and Goxbet getting Sua Manor, installed favorite in the -fourth, failed dismally. After showing early speed away from the stall gate, he suddenly dropped far back and was eased up at the finish. The winner turned up in M. H. Pons Maechute, which won at the LexiBcton . spring meeting at 100 to 1.

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