Local Owner Triumphs: Warren Wrights Calumet Dick Annexes Burr Oak at Homewood, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-22


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m W i . i i 5 1 j " LOCAL OWNER TRIUMPHS « Warren Wrights Calumet Dick Annexes Burr Oak at Homewood. « Son of Gallant Fox — Martha Snow Finds Difficult Course to His Liking and Scores Decisively. HOMEWOOD, 111., June 21. — Calumet Dick, three-year-old son of Gallant Fox and Martha Snow, raced to his second victory in two campaigns under Warren Wrights Calumet Farm colors when he galloped five of his age into decisive defeat in the mile Burr Oak Purse at Washington Park here today. Making his own pace and running the distance over as heavy and holding a course as ever prevailed here in 1:45%, the Chicago-owned colt won by three lengths. E. Arcaro, his rider, easing him after he had opened i up a lead of five lengths over his nearest rival in the stretch. C. V. Whitneys Synod raced to second i place, with Marv, furnished by Dixiana, third, and the odds-on Ann ORuley among » the few others. After three-quarters, during • which she was a sharp contender, the latter Mrs. A. A. Baroni filly llattened out badly to finish about eight lengths away from the ; ■ victor and four behind the third place holder, Marv. Arcaro rated the Calumet colt along under r smooth and helpful restraint for five furlongs. _ Once he moved up on the rangy bay ; racer there was no doubt as to the outcome. " Synod and Marv both closed well in fine efforts. The mile and seventy yards Grand Crossing Purse and co-feature resulted in one of the several favorite scores and the second triumph of the afternoon for the Nash Bros. Shandon Farm colors when the aged Ever-gold finished in front. Brought from behind d the pace of Silent Shot, he eventually defeated the latter by a length and one-quarter. Mad Frump, which took down the third part of the purr.e, was only a nose away 1 from Silent Shot at the close. Gusto and Spicson were the only other starters. Cloudy, but warm weather prevailed and d there was a good-sized crowd on the e grounds. Crinoline added another purse to the coffers r- of John E/nerys stable when she defeated J Bonnie Dream, Ralph C. and five other two-year-olds over five and one-half if Continued on fifteenth page. LOCAL OWNER TRIUMPHS J I I Continued from first page. furlongs in the first race. It was Crinolines 3 second victory of the meeting, and she won j easily, a good two lengths before Bonnie . Dream, which in turn defeated Ralph C, which was the favorite, by four lengths. Shandon Farms Naval Cadet, with H. ;. Tinker in the saddle, accounted for the second _ race, for which Good Politian, which i finished third, was the choice. Proposing, , which at any stage threatened to make a i run away of it, only to fall before the winners . strong finish, was second, a length i back, and two before the choice. With their riders seeking the firmer parts s of the track, almost the entire field raced 1 wide, Naval Cadet charging down the middle i of the track as he made his winning run. . What chances Steppin High, the second choice, had were greatly reduced when he J all but unseated C. Landolt at the start. Racing to her backing, the five-year-old 1 Bostonian mare, Lotta Airs, one of the ; shorter-priced choices, galloped to victory J in the third race, at six furlongs. Of the i seven that opposed her, Kapena was second, , with Love Sick next. The winner was saddled - by her owner, J. McNamara, and piloted by H. Albrecht. Moving to the front after Love Sick had i led for more than four furlongs, the winner p had her opponents at her mercy after five-eighths - and, drawing away in the last furlong, - won by four lengths. Faltering after r five furlongs, Love Sick lost second by two lengths. There was a near accident soon i after the start when Miss Blanche, ridden by r E. Ponsonby, all but fell when she struck : the heels of one of her rivals,

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