Cantine Lass] Fast Race: [...] in 1:37 2/5 to Win Linden [...] Purse at Belmont Park.; [...] Measure of Silversmith and Lady [Higloss] in Decisive Fashion--Large Crowd Rewarded by Success of Favorites., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-08


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FAST RACE r rin in 1 37 to Win Linden Purse at Belmont Park Measure of Silversmith and Lady Hl iOss in Decisive Fashion large Crowd Rewarded by Success of Favorites NEW YORK N T June 7 Favorites were in the forefront at Belmont Park Fri ¬ day afternoon and the victory of F A Gar reauds Cantine Lass in the featured Lin denhurst Purse was a fitting climax Held at almost even money the fouryearold Daughter of Genie and Lakme cleverly de ¬ feated five others over the mile distance in the time of 137 She finished the distance a length and a half before Joseph E Wide ners Silversmith with Victor Emanuels Lady Higloss a head away in third place Finance was fourth fourthConfidently Confidently ridden by apprentice Robert Howell Cantine Lass was under steady re ¬ straint for five furlongs while saving ground as Silversmith was permitted to set the pace and then she moved up steadily when called upon to overtake the Widener colt shortly after reaching the stretch stretchShaken Shaken up threesixteenths from the fin ¬ ish Cantine Lass drew away to have some ¬ thing in reserve as she met the judges Silversmith just held on to save second place over Lady Higloss which had raced along ¬ side the favorite until the latter made her move The Emanuel filly gained on Silver ¬ smith gradually through the stretch as the latter tired but she missed getting up for the second award awardThe The track was in excellent condition for the afternoons sport and the clear warm weather resulted in a fine turnout with the patrons being in good spirits as the favorites beat almost a steady tattoo in the various events eventsMaxine Maxine F owned by Mrs W A Bridges and ridden by E Litzenberger prevailed in the opening event which was a dash of five furlongs for plater juveniles Finishing strongly under a powerful hand ride Max ¬ ine F defeated the favorite Lady Roma by a length with Double Finesse taking third three lengths away The time was 5S 5SOnly Only three horses started in the Jimmy Lane Steeplechase over the twomile course and F Ambrose Clarks Louis DOr the oddson favorite scored an easy victory de ¬ feating Thomas W Durants Watsonia by six lengths Bad Bob fell at the eleventh fence just as F Bellhouse brought up Louis DOr with a rush that probably would have carrier him to victory despite the mishap to the representative of Mrs Paul Mellon MellonMrs Mrs S S Masons steady going Coulee dam moving up in the claiming scale to 4500 ran the five furlongs straightaway in 58 to account for the third event Under a strong ride from Charles Kiirtsinger the juvenile son of Justice F and Set Fast won by threefourths of a length over Aroused while Paralda was third in the field of five three lengths away awayNorth North Wales II one of the few sons of Blandford ever to race in America proved best of the ten threeyearold maidens clash ¬ ing at one mile in the fifth race Carrying the silks of Willis Sharpe Kilmer and ridden by Earl Steffen North Wales II did the distance in 139 to defeat Star Shadow by half a length Caught well back in third place among the ten starters of which Greek Fire was favorite North Wales II well back in the early stages moved up gradually on the outside until he overtook Star Shadow a furlong out and beat the Man o War gelding in a hard foUght stretch duel Star Shadow wrested the lead from Malbrouk entering the stretch Blandford is the sire of four English Derby winners including Bahram BahramGuardian Guardian racing for F A Carreaud and ridden by Don Meade was a driving winner of the final race In a drive he led home the Maemere Farms Nankin while in third place was Big Play The winner was a neg ¬ lected factor and completed a double for the Carreaud stable which was started by Cantine Lass LassCharles Charles Bratisax of the staff of starter Harry Morrissey arrived from Texas He will leave shortly to take up his duties at Narragansett Park

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