Jackfull A Repeater: Demonstrates That Her Recent Victory in Her Debut Was No Fluke.; Takes Lapeer Purse From Wedge Lad and My Kin--Ceylon Scores in a Close Finish., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-21


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JACKFULL A REPEATER Demonstrates That Her Recent Vic ¬ tory in Her Debut Was No Fluke Takes Lapeer Purse From Wedge WedgeLad Lad and My Kin Ceylon Scores Scoresin in a Close Finish DETROIT Mich June 20 Jackfull daughter of Jack High and Alert which made an auspicious debut here several days ago demonstrated that the victory was not of a fluke variety when she was a driving winner of the Lapeer Purse that featured I the mediocre program offered here this afternoon C F Hockleys Wedge Lad was second and Leo J Marks My Kin third Nine of her age contested the five furlongs under allowance conditions with the heav ¬ ily supported C W Hay saving fourth front Brilliant Light Mannerly Pipes Pal Me mana and Galanora which followed ir the named order orderCarrying Carrying the colors of John Aldrich and Johnny Winans and a close third choice to C W Hay and Wedge Lad Jackfull had the services of Lee Hardy who opened the pro ¬ gram with a victory astride Hastemond HastemondHardy Hardy drove the winner to the front soon after the start and although she was un ¬ able to draw clear of Wedge Lad and My Kin Jackfull held on in determined style to be a length before Wedge Lad at the end Two lengths separated Wedge Lad and My Kin when the finish was reached reachedAlthough Although always the best of the others C W Hay was unable to menace the lead ¬ ers and only lasted to head Brilliant Light for fourth laurels Jackfull made the dis ¬ tance over the slow track in 102 102Cool Cool crisp weather again prevailed for the sport and although the skies were cloudy for the opening of the program they cleared slightly before the running of the feature Favorites had a rough afternoon but great surprises were not in order Ten threeyearolds furnished the sport in the fourth race and it resulted in a mild surprise when G T Williams My Peter was i the winner Thistle Jock was second with 1 Adams Eve lasting to head Imperial Betsy for minor honors honorsAway Away slowly and forced to the outside entering the stretch My Peter picked up the leaders gradually to be a half of a length before Thistle Jock at the end Three lengths separated the latter and the tiring Adams Eve at the end Levi Cooke a luke I Continued on twentysixth page JACKFULL A REPEATER Continued from first page warm favorite quit badly after reaching sec ¬ ond position near the final quarter quarterMaking Making her first start since the Miami season I J Collins Hastemond graduated from the maiden juvenile ranks by accounts ing for the first race Eleven maiden young ¬ sters started with Barsac finishing second and House Afire third Sprinting into a long lead during the first threesixteenths the winner a daughter of Haste and Dia ¬ mond reached the finish six lengths before Barsac which led House Afire by a length for second secondWhile While Perfect One which enjoyed favorit ¬ ism showed nothing Joan Z a strong second choice quit badly after forcing the pace to the stretch She was the chief cause of the long delay at the start and com ¬ menced from outside of the stalls stallsMonte Monte Parke saddled another winner for Mrs A M Creech when Ceylon showed sud ¬ den improvement in annexing the three quarters second race After being followed throughout by the winner Hasty Belle which enjoyed favoritism gave way in the final stages to be a neck back of him at the end Third went to Kalola KalolaTaking Taking command soon after the start Hasty Belle sprinted into a good lead dur ¬ ing the run to the far turn but when tir ¬ ing she vwas slightly impeded when the winner swerved to the inside Kalola which was always the best of the others lasted to head the wellregarded Gommandman at the end endAlthough Although they finished only a nose apart at the end of the fifth race Mrs H Tor rientes Merry Caroline and Aunt Flor failed to stage one of those sensational stretch battles that usually terminate a finish Third honors went to Max Way which got up to be two lengths in the wake of Aunt Flor and a nose before Nights End EndC C Mojena who was astride the winner and the timid Johnny Mattioli who directed Aunt Flor played a waiting game from the start Neither one elected to put his charge to much pressure and Aunt Flor was only beaten because Mattioli was more lax than his Cuban opponent Merry Caroline was a 5 to 2 choice with Capitalist second choice and Aunt Flor held next in esteem esteemJack Jack Whytes Greyglade scored her first victory in more than two years when she led Hogaris Fox Hymarque and three others to the finish of the Mt Pleasant Purse which was the second of the two best races offered during the afternoon Well ridden by Clyde Turk and benefited when she was rated in front of Hogans Fox entering the stretch Greyglade reached the end of the mile two lengths before Hogans Fox which led Hymarque by six lengths at the end endC C A Pecks West Main a consistent per ¬ former during the Chicago season and an eligible for the Pontchartrain Handicap ar ¬ rived from Washington Park Thursday mprning He made the short trip by van and unloaded in fine condition

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