Advising Anna Scores: Swift Daughter of Blondin First in Quickstep Handicap.; Initial Stake Victory for Howard Filly--Latonia Track Sloppy for Running of Fixture., Daily Racing Form, 1934-06-11


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ADVISING ANNA SCORES Swift Daughter of Blondin First in Quickstep Handicap Initial Stake Victory for Howard HowardFilly Filly Latonia Track Sloppy for forEunning Eunning of Fixture LATONIA Ky June 9 Advising Anna speedy daughter of Blondin and Phenicia invaded this section to add the Quickstep Handicap to her victories when under top weight of 115 pounds she carried her own ¬ ers white and green colors into first place three and onehalf lengths in front of Laf foon Yeisers Shepherd Boy and W E Smiths Likewise accounted for third a nose back and a head in front of J W Parrishs New Deal which finished the course in front of Cactus Rose and Leros which completed the field of six The winner raced the three quarters over the sloppy track in the fast time of 113 to score her decisive victory and take the winners share which amounted to 2075 Jockey Charlie Corbett the stable rider guided the winner winnerAfter After a minute at the starting gate Ham ¬ ilton caught the field in perfect alignment and sent them away head and head Like ¬ wise raced clear while the winner sped along in second place well in hand and Cactus Rose was showing the way to the others They completed the first quarter in this order and there was no change in the running positions until the field traversed the half It was at this point that Corbett sent Advising Anna up with a rush into the lead and it was apparent that the Howard filly would be the winner when midway in the stretch she drew into a safe lead Con ¬ tinuing her fine spede she easily held the race safe safeThe The real thrill of the race came when the contestants for the second third and fourth awards came to the end in such close forma ¬ tion that only the judges could separate them with accuracy and it was Shepherd Boy that nosed his way into second place while there was but a head difference be ¬ tween Likewise and New Deal The others were far in the wake of their successful rivals when they finished out the engage ¬ ment mentWhile While Advising Anna has been rated among the topnotchers of her division this is the first occasion that she was crowned with victory in a stake event eventHeavy Heavy overnight rains again drenched the track the second time during the week and as usupal there were several withdrawals of intended starters which would have ac ¬ cepted if the track had remained fast The Price Hill Claiming Purse suffered the most when applications to withdraw were so great that the race was declared off and a sub ¬ stitute carded in its place While weather conditions during the early hours were dis ¬ agreeable the sun broke through about noon but the skies held heavily laden clouds dur ¬ ing the afternoon afternoonThere There was a natural disappointment when Ding Bin and Dusty Dawn were withdrawn from the feature but despite their absence the six that were left were the most for Continued on thirtieth page ADVISING ANNA SCORES SCORESContinued Continued from first page midable of the field A surprisingly large crowd was in attendance and a lively in ¬ terest was evinced in the program that was offered offeredPana Pana Franka made it two in a row for the favorite players when she took the sec ¬ ond race much in the same fasliion as Red Sunset took the first Ridden by H Lou man who also won with Red Sunset the J P Keezekowned filly took command early and held sway throughout winning by two lengths lengthsHoosiers Hoosiers Pride came from behind on the turn and made a threatening gesture at the threesixteenths post but Pana Franka was ready for the challenge and again drew away Hoosiers Pride took second money while Justina was third Fair Wanda which was closest to the early pace quit badly in the stretch dropping out of the picture pictureMrs Mrs William Crumps Prince Pine after several attempts graduated from the maiden ranks when he captured the third a race for twoyearold nonwinners Wild Gus was second and Bill Bleiweiss third thirdThe The biggest money earner of the veek among the riders here was apprentice D Taylor who drew 349 H Louman vas sec ¬ ond with 309 Taylor also led the riders last week in money earned

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