Dead Heat At Dufferin Park: Masonville and Hot Spring Finish Evenly in Fourth Race--Lady Marlboro Takes Feature., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-21


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DEAD HEAT AT DUFFERIN PARK Masonville and Hot Spring Finish FinishEvenly Evenly in Fourth Race Lady LadyMarlboro Marlboro Takes Feature TORONTO Ont June 20 Another card of overnight events served as the enter ¬ tainment for the fifth racing day of the Metropolitan Jockey Club meeting at Duf feriri Park and once again a muddy track prevailed for the sport that in each instance had the claiming clause attached to the starters that were engaged in the seven events Despite the lack of a feature keen interest was manifested in the entertain ¬ ment that was served servedAn An added thrill came with the sport when a dead heat occurred between Masonville and Hot Spring participants in the fourth race and in the best offering which was the fifth Lady Marlboro racing for C Smythe local patron proved best in a con ¬ test that was exciting from beginning to end In the latter event G Atkins had the mount on the Smythe miss and in a furious finish managed to keep the daughter of Sweep Butterflies II going long enough to defeat W G Campbells Caryldon by a head as they completed the six and onehalf furlongs dash two lengths before W J Watermans Trajectory TrajectoryThe The first dead heat of the Ontario racing season came with the decision of the fourth race that attracted seven platers when Ma ¬ sonville racing for G W Lucas and Hot Spring in the silks of J G Fair finished all even at the end of the six and onehalf furlongs sprint The finish between the pair was a thrilling one as they drew away four lengths before Westys Butler and it took several seconds before the crowd realized that the fighting pair had finished on even terms termsThe The race brought several thrills to the crowd when Westys Butler one of the out ¬ siders in the small field went to the front and there was every indication that he would triumph when he went along smoothly in front Masonville was in closest attend ¬ ance while Hot Spring which eventually figured in the dead heat went along several lengths behind the pair and in fifth position Reaching the final turn a general closing up among the leaders took place and in a final finish after Masonville displaced Westys Butler the J G Fair filly finished on the inside landing abreast of Mason ¬ ville and dropping her nose down simul Aeouslv with the Lucas colorbearer

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