Every Post a Winning One: Dauntless Miss Leads throughout in Marion Purse at Thistle down-Conditions Favorable, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-28


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EVERY POST A WINNING ONE! Dauntless Miss Leads Throughout in Marion Purse at Thistle Down — Conditions Favorable. CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 27.— Dauntless Miss, racing in the colors of G. Price, made every post a winning one in the Marion Purse, best offering at Thistle Down Park this afternoon. The Colonel Vennie filly left no doubt as to her superiority and drew i away decisively in the stretch. Herowin j moved up on the far turn on the outside of , his opposition to race into second place, j which he easily retained all during the run | home. After suffering some interference on 1 the far turn, Oh Dave moved up on the inside in the stretch and outlasted Persuader for the minor award. A more perfect setting for the staging of the sport would have been impossible and a fairly good crowd was in attendance. Despite the favorable track conditions, the favorites went down to defeat with regularity, many of the winners coming from unexpected quarters. An upset developed with the running of the initial dash, when Wild Daughter, an outsider, wore down the flying leader, Forceful, through the final sixteenth to win going away. Forceful set a terrific early pace, but had little in reserve when challenged in the stretch. Don Pablo, never far from the leaders, finished a creditable third in front of Gnomnie, which failed to display his accustomed speed at any stage. Taking command at once, Westys Twinkle outfooted his field at all stages of the second race, but at the end was doing his best to withstand the final challenge of Ivan W., which raced prominently from the start. Potential saved ground in the run home and, closing up resolutely next the inner rail, outlasted the others for the show award. Another winner came from unexpected quarters when Fair Ken moved up strongly on the outside of the leaders during the final furlong to snatch victory from Hildurs Reason during the last few yards of the third race. After racing prominently from the start, Hildurs Reason held on better than usual in the final drive. Beryl King forced the pace until well into the stretch, outlasting the others for third. Instead showed the way to the stretch in the fourth, where Parties made her move, and, overhauling the pacemaker inside the final furlong post, drew away into a clear lead during the final stages. Instead had no serious opposition for second place. War Dimes moved up resolutely from the rear to beat the others home rather handily. George and Brown Polly were prominent for half the trip, then gave way. Jockey J. Leyland sent Hell Diver to the front shortly after the start in the fifth race and thereafter he enjoyed a safe lead over his opponents. Tell It raced in closest pursuit of the winner to the final furlong, but tired slightly when the final test came, enabling Hereward to race into second place. The placed trio dominated the race through-* out.

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