Bright Bubble Wins: Daughter of Bubbling over Leads Small Field at Coney Island, Daily Racing Form, 1933-08-02


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BRIGHT BUBBLE WINS Daughter of Bubbling Over Leads Small Field at Coney Island. ; Sweeprush Finishes Second After Morsel Weakens Pana Franka Easily Defeats Kai-Finn. CINCINNATI, Ohio, Aug. 1 Bright Bubble, the three-year-bid daughter of Bubbling Over that races for Sam Furst, Cincinnati turfman, provided the most popular victory of the meeting in accounting for the Queen City Purse, which attracted a field of five at one mile and seventy yards as the main attraction at the Coney Island plant of the Cincinnati Jockey Club here this afternoon. J. T. Looneys Sweeprush was second with Morsel third. Peggy Lehmann and Rip Van Winkle completed the field in the order named. There was a quick start to the feature and Morsel was the first under way. He went to the back stretch with a good lead over Sweeprush with the ultimate winner in third position; then came Peggy Lehmann and Rip Van Winkle in the positions they maintained throughout. Before reaching the half-mile ground Bright Bubble had headed Sweeprush and was shortening the distance that separated her from Morsel. Entering the stretch she headed the pacemaker and from there on she drew away under light urging. After relinquishing the lead, Morsel continued to weaken and Sweeprush came again to be a length before him at the finish, but was nearly three lengths back of the winner. Under the light weight of 104 pounds, Bright Bubble, ridden by R. Montgomery, ran the distance in 1:44 and was a 4 to 5 choice. IDEAL RACING CONDITIONS. After the terrific heat of opening day, cool breezes that swept through the grandstand and lawns provided ideal conditions this afternoon. The track was considerably faster, due to continual rolling and watering of the course. Although they were unsuccessful on opening day, choices had a big day, and the crowd, somewhat smaller than that of the inaugural gathering, was in keeping with a Tuesday turnout. Nine of the better grade platers met in the fifth race at five and one-half furlongs, and it resulted in an easy win for J. P. Keezeks Pana Franka. Second went to Kai-Finn, with Black Comet third. Ridden by Harry Louman, who previously scored with Thistle Fyrn, the winner began fast, but Kai-Finn, which was favorite over the winner, was racing along with her and took command as they entered the stretch. However, his top impost of 123 pounds proved too much, and he gave way to the victor near the final three-sixteenths. From there on the Keezek filly held sway, and the finish found her four lengths before Kai-Finn, which led Black Comet by five lengths. The latter raced best of the others. Pana Franka ran the distance in 1:0R, the fastest time for that distance during the meeting. FIRST WINNING FAVORITE. The F. L. B. Stables Hoosiers Pride became the first winning favorite of the meeting when he got up to beat Genipa, Royal Majesty and four other maiden two-year-old colts and geldings in the five and one-half furlongs of the race. Never far back of the pace of Atmosphere and Golden Ray, the winner came down on the outside to be a half length before Genipa, which enjoyed the same advantage over the fast closing Royal Majesty. Another choice registered when Dusky Dame lasted to beat Gracious Gift, Billies Orphan and five others that contested in the second race at five and one-half furlongs. After disposing of Billies Orphan in the opening three-eighths, the winner found a new menace in Gracious Gift, which came through on the inside, but tired after reaching the pacemaker midway of the stretch. After furnishing the most opposition Billies Orphan tired in the final furlong and only headed Josephine D. for the minor award. Little George South rode his second- winner and the third choice was triumphant when Captain Henry left the maiden juvenile ranks in the third number. Eight started with King Today, a nose before Good Po-litian for second and the latter four-lengths in the van of Regis Play for third. South lost little time in sending the unsexed son of Haste and Perseverance to the front and although Thunder Baby made a mild challenge entering t.e stretch, the winner drew away under urging to be two Continued on eighteenth page. BRIGHT BUBBLE WINS Continued from first page. lengths in the van of King Today at the finish. The aging Thistle Fyrn scored her first success since early spring when she out-gamed the well backed Lady Ebony, at the end of the fourth race. Third went to Side Step. A field of eight started and after Side Step had shown the way to the back stretch, Harry Louman sent the winner into command. Although Lady Ebony forged to the front midway in the stretch, the winner came again under strong riding and headed the former at the finish. Always the bast of the others, Side Step "was five lengths back of Lady Ebony and a half length before Belen. After interviewing apprentice. G. Miller, who rode Sallie Bourland in the seventh race Monday, the stewards stated that the saddle slipped on the filly, which prevented the lad from being of much helg to her.

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