Gay World Consistent: Wins Another Purse at Howthorne for Owner J. A. Nix, Daily Racing Form, 1933-08-10


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GAY WORLD CONSISTENT Wins Another Purse at Hawthorne for Owner J. A. Nix. Favorites Enjoy Considerable Success at Cicero Broad Meadows Races to Victory in Fourth. CICERO, 111., Aug. 9. Gay World, J. A. Nix three-year-old which has been a consistent winner at all the Chicago tracks this season, won another purse for his owner when he defeated four others of his age in the Round Lake Purse, which was the main attraction offered by the Chicago Business Mens Association at popular Hawthorne this afternoon. Gay Worlds victory marked another triumph for the public choices and others in the small field also performed in accordance with their backing, when Dusky Devil raced to second place and Red Roamer saved third over Big Red and Blessed Event, which followed the three leaders in the order named. Under the alerfc guidance of W. D. Wright, the winner led his rivals away from the starting point, but was taken back to follow Blessed Event and Dusky Devil and when called upon after reaching the final three-eighths of the mile and one-sixteenth came through fast. When straightened out in the long stretch he quickly made his way to the front and, while he tired in the late .stages, got away with the honors by. a length. Twice forced back in attempts to get through on the inside of the leaders during the first five-eighths, Red Roamer showed to good advantage and with better luck might have been closer up at the finish. He defeated Big Red, which plodded along a: an even pace throughout, by a head and the latter was six lengths before Blessed Event, which quit badly after showing the most speed for more than three-quarters. ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD. Fast going prevailed and despite threatening weather, a large and enthusiastic crowd was present. The feature was the only race with conditions lacking the claiming clause and the best of the fields brought together for distance performance in the selling events, was out to compare speed and courage at one mile and one-sixteenth, in the sixth. Unencumbered, racing for Peter A. Markey, was the winner here and he was ridden by the capable Lou Ruder, who was seen astride an earlier winner. The Markey gelding raced from behind Al Neimans pace in the stretch and scored by three-quarters of a length as Al Neiman took second. K. E. Hitts Her Gold was unlucky to lose the opening race, in which the maximum number of maiden two-year-olds raced five and one-half furlongs. Last to leave the stalls and going sluggishly until reaching the final quarter, where she. closed with a rush, the Hitt filly missed wearing down Cooley, which had led from the start, by a short neck. At the finish she was a length before Phalarope, which enjoyed a good margin over Bosom Pal and the others. Inability to obtain ample room during the early racing prevented Gay Follies, which shared favoritism with Her Gold, from showing to best advantage. NIGHT JASMINE AGAIN. Night Jasmine raced to her second victory of the meeting when she outsprinted Stroll Along, Hour Zev, Le Bruyere and seven other three-year-olds over the six and one-half furlongs of the second race. A. Tipton drove the winner to the finish a length before Stroll Along, which after failing to withstand the winner when approaching the last eighth, held on well after losing the lead and gained runner-up honors by a good length and one-half over Hour Zev. The latter was always in the van of the others. Only seven participated in the third race, the second for two-year-olds, and the winner was furnished by the Nash Brothers, local patrons, in Dust Girl. She led from the end of the first of the five and one-half furlongs and, holding on stubbornly, withstood Bitty-bit in a mild drive to win by half "a length. Para Four, which finished strong on the extreme outside, landed third money, well in front of Mumsie, Flaghorn and the two others. The latter had a decided call in wagering but, from a slow beginning, displayed nothing to encourage her many backers. With J. Westrope in the saddle, Broad Meadows, the sprinting veteran in the western division of Col. E. R. Bradleys stable, Continued on twenty-second page. GAY WORLD CONSISTENT Continued from first page. signalled his first Hawthorne appearance of the year with a victory when he turned back Teralice, North Mill and seven others in the fourth race. This was over the six and one-half furlongs course and the Bradley starter came home the winner more than two lengths before Teralice and North Mill which were a nose apart at the close, where Fanfern led the others.

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