Granbury Beulah Winner: Large Crowd Sees Sanborn Racer Triumph over Bubble Up-Odd Star Equals Record, Daily Racing Form, 1936-06-08


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GRANBURY BEULAH WINNER Large Crowd Sees Sanborn Racer Triumph Over Bubble Up Odd Star Equals Record. GROVE CITY, Ohio, June 6. C. Sanborns Granbury displaced Squads Right from the lead after going half the trip and had enough in reserve to withstand a fast closing bid from Bubble Up in the closing stages of the Ben Brew Handicap, best offering at Beulah Park this afternoon. Nancy Khan came from behind to outlast the others. One of the largest crowds of he meeting witnessed the racing, which was staged under ideal conditions. Odd Star equalled the six furlongs track record in winning the Au Revoir Handicap, secondary feature. Miss Hit led throughout in the opening dash but Blind Star and Monocle both came from behind to earn brackets. Agreeable was never threatened in the sixth race. Jockey H. Derden suffered an injured ankle when his mount, April Baby, fell in the first race. Jockeys T. Everett and P. Clelland escaped unhurt when their mounts came to grief at the same time. : I

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