Easy For Slim Rosie: Aarons and Weil Filly Finds Muddy Footing to Her Liking.; Poor Track Conditions and Wet Weather Affects Attendance at Washington Park., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-11


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EASY FOR SLIM ROSIE Aarons Weil Filly Finds Muddy Footing to Her Liking Poor Track Conditions and Wet WetWeather Weather Affects Attendance Attendanceat at Washington Park HOMEWOOD 111 June 10 Although changed track conditions resulting from morning showers caused so many late with ¬ drawals that some interest in the program was lost those of the more ardent who turned out for the inauguration of another week of Washington Park sport found the muddy track racing formful formfulWhile While the rain let up during the after ¬ noon skies remained overcast and the threat of more wet weather had its effect upon the attendance attendanceThe The Lake Side Purse for threeyearolds and the principal attraction was among the several races annexed by the choices the Chicagoowned Slim Rosie sprinting to an easily achieved score under the Aarons Weil silks in the threequarters contest My Blonde was second four lengths back and half a length before Whopper which out raced Morning Mail and four others for third award awardIt It was hardly a task for the victorious daughter of Tryster and Rockland to sprint into command before the turn was reached and after increasing her advantage to four lengths on the stretch turn she had the situation in hand throughout throughoutWHOPPER WHOPPER FORCED BACK BACKMy My Blonde and Whopper engaged in a duel throughout the former enhancing her chances when she forced the latter back as they approached the stretch At the time Whopper was racing on the inside and My Blondes refusal to yield to her riders ef ¬ forts to keep her from bearing over brought the former into such close quarters that he had to be eased up and taken to the out ¬ side sideAside Aside from Morning Mails strong but un ¬ availing finish little was displayed by the others othersThe The winner raced the distance in 1134 She was the second for Arcaro ArcaroSqueezing Squeezing through a narrow opening along the rail just after entering the stretch Silent Shot won his first victory of the meeting in the sixth which brought out the second best field of the afternoon The John E Hughes veteran drew away rapidlv after assuming command and fin ¬ ished the mile race with four lengths to spare over Mrs A M Creechs Band Wagon A C Comr tons Motley was third two lengths farther away and a nose in advance of Spicson the only other starter Easy Sailing and Jens Son were late scratches scratchesSILENT SILENT SHOT WELL RIDDEN RIDDENSilent Silent Shot was rated along in third place in the run down the back stretch but began moving up on the turn Joe Reriick saving all the ground possible Band Wagon set the early pace with Motley second but the field was well lapped reaching the final turn as Spicson had gained steadily on the turn to be second Silent Shot saved enough lengths on the turn to give chal ¬ lenge to the leader at the threesixteenths post but Band Wagon gave him very little room along the rail and Renick had to drive him through to get to the front Band Wagon held on well to save second place while Motley just got up again to take third honors from the tiring Spicson The win ¬ ner was a slight choice choiceTime Time Light Mrs P Kelleys High Time filly and well backed raced to a handy score over ten other plater twoyearolds in the first race at five and onehalf furlongs C Parvin had the vinner in front vithin a few strides after the start and after gamely withstanding an extended challenge from Out Put she went under the wire a length and onehalf before Ralph C Out Put weakening as the finish neared nearedSock Sock Dologer accounted for his first purse since the winter season when he carried Mrs A A Meyers colors to victory over Continued on thirtyeighth page EASY FOR SLIM ROSIE Continued from first page Mighty Quick Glodazz and seven others from among the lower grade threeyearolds in the second race at seven furlongs J Renick lost little time placing the Meyers colorbearer in front and after increasing his margin on the turn he continued oh to a decisive score scoreThrough Through the stretch Glodazz which re ¬ ceived the largest play put forth a valiant though vain effort to reach the leader and barely missed accounting for second over the strong closing Mighty Quick which gave a fine performance from a slow start Others in the large field were led to the finish by Donnie W WThe The third race also for threeyearolds but at a shorter distance of six furlongs re ¬ sulted in an easy win for the locallyowned Spicate from L M Seversons stable J Westrope was astride the Spic and Span colt which brought his young pilot to the line of finish some five lengths before Gamaliel The latter was only a head better than Civilian with Flight of Gold next Falling back fast after occupying a contending posi ¬ tion for about half the distance the favo ¬ rite Blue Lillian made a disappointing showing showingErin Erin Torch disqualified after winning his first engagement of the meeting and nar ¬ rowly beaten three days ago left the maiden class with a decisive and popular score un ¬ der Dixianas colors in the five and one half furlongs fourth race Racing with seven other maiden juvenile colts and geldings he rushed to the front along the rail enter ing the stretch and was so far in front after four and onehalf furlongs that he merely coasted thereafter thereafterSir Sir Jim James an outsider raced to the place four lengths back and a head before Valiant Fox The former also came through on the inside in the stretch run where Va ¬ liant Fox which was making his first start since early April became a bit weary Va ¬ liant Fox was the early leader

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