Oh Dave Romps To Victory: Makes Show of Opponents in Headliner at Cleveland--Big Crowd and Good Weather., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-21


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OH DAVE ROMPS TO VICTORY VICTORYMakes Makes Show of Opponents in Head liner at Cleveland Big Crowd and Good Weathers CLEVELAND Ohio June 20 Mrs J C Gillems Oh Dave a newcomer from Latonia made a show of his opposition in the fifth race which featured the card at Thistle Down Park this afternoon Taking com ¬ mand he set a terrific pace throughout and ran the mile and forty yards within four fifths of a second of the track record Jockey J Dyer had the mount his second success of the afternoon afternoonRex Rex Regent found an opening next to the inner rail at the far turn and raced into second place a position which he retained through the stretch Coming steadily from the rear during the run home Precious Kingoutlasted Dodiodo for the show honors Charlie Dawn quit badly after displaying considerable early speed and Nisia was out ¬ run from the start startThe The races were contested under favorable conditions and a big crowd was in attend ¬ ance anceA A big surprise developed with the running of the initial dash in which Elizabeth Fox a despised outsider came home in front Gnomnie Oaten and Sun Mate raced closely lapped to the turn for home where Sun Mate took a slight lead only to run out Elizabeth Fox then closed up fast at this point and finishing strongly won going away Silver Blue came from behind and eventually outstayed Sun Mate for second secondAnother Another outsider came to the fore when Charlie assumed command nearing the stretch turn in the second race to hold his rivals comparatively safe thereafter Work ¬ ing his way up on the inside during the run home Long John outlasted Veritas for the second honors in a keen finish Whoa Back the popular choice could never over ¬ take the leaders leadersAt At the age of nine Donpa left the maiden ranks when he came from behind in the stretch to overhaul Kyoto the pacemaker In the last few yards of the third race which attracted a field of twelve maidens Busy Lad always close up finished third Incidentally the success of Donpa marked the maiden saddle victory of jockey E So per 17 of Oak Park 111 111Jockey Jockey R Klein sent Astute up on the outside of the leaders after going a half mile in the fourth and taking command on the far turn he was not seriously threat ¬ ened during the remainder of the journey Try King was most fancied and after rac ¬ ing forwardly from the start was doing his best during the final stages to save second honors from the fastfinishing Miss Alphon 30 Ruffday and Clare Bee showed early speed but tired at the end endJockey Jockey J Dyer made it a triple when he brought Dark Roamer from the rear through the stretch to take the measure of some good sprinters in the last few yards of the sixth race Bunty Ann outstayed the pacemaker Foxy Quiller for second honors during the final test testTaylor Taylor is going to saddle Head Play in the Detroit Challenge Cup which is to be run on Saturday June 29 and will then ship Sun Portland here along with a couple of twoyearolds he expects to race at This ¬ tle Down before the running of the Derby Jockey R Tilden has been engaged to ride Sun Portland

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