Cant Remember Consistent: Canter Gelding at Home in Muddy Footing at Detroit.; Despite Poor Track Conditions, Favorites Have Successful Day--Weather Conditions Improve Rapidly., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-08


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CANT REMEMBER CONSISTENT Canter Gelding at Home in Muddy Footing at Detroit Despite Poor Track Conditions Favorites Have Successful Day Weather Con ¬ ditions Improve Rapidly DETROIT Mich June 7 Over a rain soaked muddy track but under clear skies Cant Remember Mrs A M Creechs con ¬ sistent Canter gelding carried off winning honors in the Flat Rock Claiming Purse the fourth race and principal contest of ¬ fered before a large crowd this afternoon Ridden by Charles Stevenson who was astride his second winner Cant Remember took command at the start to be four lengths before I J Collins Elwawa at the end of the six furlongs Elwawa held the same advan ¬ tage over H A Allens Nights End which got up to beat Merry Caroline by a nose for minor honors honorsAfter After an all night rain which lasted until nearly noon the skies cleared gradually and by the time for the feature ideal overhead conditions prevailed for the sport Despite sportDespite the uncertain track conditions fa ¬ vorites enjoyed a banner afternoon and Cant Remember was the third to reward tKe pub ¬ lics confidence confidenceA A field of eight got away in splendid fashion for the feature with Stevenson driv ¬ ing Cant Remember into a good lead before the close of the opening quarter With the exception of being roused approaching the stretch the Canter gelding was not put to pressure pressureAlways Always in closest pursuit of the winner Elwawa held on in fine style and although he failed to menace the flying leader he was much the best of the others During the first half mile Jesting Bender First and Hecla alternated at holding third place but Nights End Merry Caroline and Sea wick passed them during the stretch run to lead them at the end endUnder Under 115 pounds the top weight of the field Cant Remember ran the distance in 115 the fastest time of the afternoon for the distance distanceH H Maynard Dickinsons Plunge Home scored a hollow victory and furnished a mild surprise in leading Sun X Gracious Pearl and four other maiden juveniles to the fin ¬ ish of the five furlongs dash that opened Continued on twentyseventh page CANT REMEMBER CONSISTENT Continued from first page the program Showing a preference for the muddy going the Bon Homme colt sprinted into a long lead in the opening quarter to be well in hand and two and a half lengths before Sun X at the end The latter came from far back to beat the tiring Gracious Pearl by some six lengths for second Peter Pepper strong second choice to Sun X was never a factor factorAfter After three unsuccessful efforts here and five this year Mrs H Emerys Vignolas Bud provided a popular victory in account ¬ ing for the second race which engaged ten threeyearolds Second went to Burning Bil ¬ lows with Blighted Hopes third Racing Chiclard into defeat during the opening five sixteenths of the six furlongs journey the winner which was ridden by Charles Steven ¬ son drew away steadily to be three lengths in the van of Burning Billows at the end The latter enjoyed the same advantage over Blighted Hopes which held third position the greater part of the trip Maraconna a strong second choice finished far back after refusing to respond to hard urging urgingNell Nell Kuhlman found a track to her liking for the six furlong sprint that served as the third race and she carried the colors of W F Lutz to a popular triumph At the end she was three parts of a length before Royal Purchase with Twidgets third three lengths in the wake of Royal Purchase and a nose before Jean Brown a strong second choice choiceC C Stevenson rode his third winner and Marion Allens Aurebon scored his fifth straight victory when the fiveyearold Fly ¬ ing Ebony gelding led Migosh Lucky Turn and six others including the well regarded Home Work to the finish of the mile and a sixteenth fifth race Taking command soon after the start Aurebon made every post a winning one to be two lengths before Mi gbsh at the finish The latter got up to head Lucky Turn for second After being a strong factor to the final furlong Home Work tired tiredOneill Oneill enabled Stevenson to chalk up his fourth triumph when the T Waldrop geld ¬ ing scored his second straight victory and his third of the meeting by winning the sixth race Second went to Jerry S which was impeded slightly when the winner swerved to the inside during the final fur ¬ long Flower Day was third a length back of Jerry S and four lengths before Scout Chief which tired rapidly after chasing the winner for seveneighths of the mile mileStevenson Stevenson was fined 25 for not keeping his course in the stretch and J Bryson who rode Flower Day was suspended for five days for coming over on the first turn

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