Another For High Diver: Reed Colorbearer Chalks Up Second Straight at Latonia.; Ride of Apprentice R. Bohn Factor in Triumph--Track Improves Rapidly After Early Races., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-11


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ANOTHER FOR HIGH DIVER Reed Colorbearer Chalks Up Second Straight at Latonia Ride of Apprentice R Bohn Factor in Tri ¬ umph Track Improves Rapidly After Early Races LATONIA Ky June 10 Latonia swung into the third full week of the most suc ¬ cessful meeting conducted here in several years Improved weather and an attrac ¬ tive offering combined to lure the largest weekday crowd of the season to witness the running of the eightrace program programThe The card was topped by the Linwood Claiming Purse at a mile and a sixteenth in which high ranking platers vied for hon ¬ ors The feature was won by O H Reeds High Diver which scored his second con ¬ secutive victory Second money went to Mrs R T Runnels Star Bud with third falling to J C Ellis Jonnie Nuchols NucholsSuperior Superior riding decided the race when apprentice R Bohn clearly outrode appren ¬ tice M Fallen The latters riding allowed the winner to outfinish Star Bud and nose him out in a gruelling duel through the final eighth The victor had the advantage of being placed forwardly early and after leaving the back stretch he was sent to the front while Star Bud struggled along in close quarters When the latter got clear in the stretch he forged to the front and appeared a certain winner an eighth out but Fallen was of no assistance to his mount mountSouth South Bend was favorite for this but failed to keep up after racing prominently for half a mile He finished last in the field of eight The track which was good for the early races improved gradually and was fast for the sixth and subsequent events eventsThe The Avondale for threeyearolds and older among the better races of the day brought together eight good sprinters for a dash of threequarters It culminated in one of the Continued on thirtieth page ANOTHER FOR HIGH DIVER Continued from first page keenest disappointments of the meeting when H W and W J Youngs Best Bid held at even money by the players ran far below form She was far out of contention throughout efl closed in seventh place far behind the successful ones onesThe The winner turned up in J Shakespeares Muclio Gusto which led for most of the way Mucho Gusto came again after giving way to Lady Pal in the stretch and beat the lat ters The winner given a clever ride by the colors of the Braedalbane Stable finished third with a slight margin over Sallie Gray GrayThe The winner gave a good brand of speed over a track which was rapidly returning to normal but yet a bit off He raced the distance in 113 and his ability to step the opening half in 475 enabled him to hold the coveted position most of the way wayMrs Mrs Milton Riesers colors were borne to another victory when Parade Step accounted for the opening event which tested ten of the inferior type sprinters over threequar ¬ ters The winner given a clever ride by the veteran Willie Kern raced prominently and after setting the pace for a quarter was taken in hand to allow Lady Laura to show the way The latter carried on successfully to the final eighth where she gave way to the winner and subsequently to The Aenaed which performed as best overcoming inter ¬ ference and closing strongest in the final stages stagesNovette Novette speedy daughter of Noah which disappointed in her last start made amends when she romped home an easy winner in the second race leading Mary Seibert Gold ¬ en Pigeon and eight others The victress gave a good performance when she negoti ¬ ated the five furlongs in 101 over the slightly dulled track and won by three lengths Mary Seibert ridden by Walter Lilley who was astride his first mount of the meeting offered good contention in the closing stages but was no match for the winner Golden Pigeon well fancied left the gate in high but lacking early speed had to overcome a loss of ground while gain ¬ ing yet turned in a good effort effortAfter After many unsuccessful attempts Billy Jones made good for R C Frakes when he triumphed over a band of lower grade sprinters in the third race The winner had the services of the veteran Glen Fowler who handled him faultlessly and landed him at the finish line with two and onehalf lengths to spare In second place was Hildrum which after getting to the lead in the stretch failed to meet the demands of the winner but easily held Harper a rank outsider safe Jack Conner was in fourth place El Bandido and Rolanda failed to give their usual good performances

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