Apprentice F. Schieh Stars: Pilots Winners of First Three Races at Narragansett Park Course.; Youngster Successful in All Engagements--Miss Dolphin Scores at Long Odds in Best Race on Card., Daily Racing Form, 1937-05-15


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APPRENTICE FSCHIEH STARS Pilots Winners of First Three Races at Narragansett Park Course Youngster Successful in All Engagements Miss Dolphin Scores at Long Odds Oddsin in Best Race on Card PAWTUCKET R L May 14 The high light of this afternoons sport at Narragan ¬ sett Park where adverse conditions pre ¬ vailed for the days racing was the riding of the young apprentice Freddie Schieh who with mounts only in the first three races on the program brought each home a winner Believer was his mount in the opening event and the superior riding of young Schieh played no little part in that platers triumph Dashalong was entrusted to the youngster in the second event and he piloted him to an easy triumph the daily Double on Believer and Dashalong returning 32360 for 2 Schiehs third and last mount of the day The Triumvir in the third race was also a winner to give the lad a 100 per cent record for the day dayMrs Mrs A M Creechs Miss Dolphin proved one of the numerous upsets on a muddy track at Narragansett today as she scored an easy victory in the six furlongs Daniel son Purse which featured the program The winner held at nearly 15 to 1 set all her own pace and was going along easily at the finish to beat A R Manns Ipso Facto by two lengths Gala Star from the stable of Ben Lister finished third two and a half lengths back of the runnerup Ocean Roll was a disappointing favorite as he ran seventh in the ninehorse field after pegging the early pace paceQUITS QUITS BADLY BADLYOcean Ocean Roll broke on top but Jackie Rich ¬ ard collared him immediately with Miss Dolphin and the filly simply ran his legs off as they charged to the first turn He was obviously weary by the time they reached the turn and was quitting badly Ipso Facto moved up menacingly but the leader had too great a lead and was running too easily to be caught Ipso Factor had little opposition for second place placeGala Gala Star came from well back He was no match for the first two horses but fin ¬ ished gamely to beat America First a neck for the show award The race was run in 113 113In In a camera finish that was a surprise to most observers Bristol Stables Believer splashed home a nose in front of High Mabel from the Mrs V Wyse stable in the first event To the human eye it appeared that High Mabel had won by a head It was an extremely close finish with B F Listers My Date a nose back of the run ¬ nerup Peggy Torch was fourth in the field of ten High Mabel ridden by the un ¬ fashionable Jacque began fast and went to the front immediately As they entered the stretch My Date charged up and took the lead momentarily but Jacque bore down on his mount and in the final sixteenth the two horses were running head and head In the last seventy yards Believer joined the pair and the three crossed the line closely locked Schieh rode the winner The time was 114 114GETTING GETTING RESULTS Fred Schieh proved that Walter OHaras apprentices are getting results He was the first graduate from these affairs and today he became the first rider of the meeting to ride both ends of the Double He piloted Believer to victory in the first and came right back with T Marshalls Dashalong in the second The Double paid 32360 The score was an easy one the Whisk aiuiig cult iiiiibiuiig Liuuugii me siuppy gumg gumgthree three lengths ahead of D L Ogles Steel Worker It was a twohorse race for most of the distance with the winner setting all the pace Polly Hastings went along with him for a half then retired and Steel Worker went to within half a length of the pace ¬ maker Around the turn and into the stretch they were neck and neck At the eighth post the winner began to draw away from his persistent rival and he increased his margin in the final sixteenth Saidona was third and would have been closer had she been off to a fast start startANOTHER ANOTHER FOR SCHEIH SCHEIHLittle Little Freddie Schieh made his score three victories in the first three races as he gal ¬ loped home on The Triumvir from J A Coburns stable in the third at a mile and a sixteenth putting up a heady ride to score by three lengths from D McDonalds My Boss It was an Indianfile finish with Mrs P L Plantes Sainted finishing three lengths back of the runnerup The latter a 50 to 1 shot ran a surprisingly good race raceThe The T P Morgan stable which has been furishing its share of the winners here drove home to another victory in the fifth race when Sachem raced a mile and a sixteenth in 148 to defeat the favorite Teddy Has lam The winner assumed command round ¬ ing out of the turn into the back stretch and under a strong ride by Johnny Barba just lasted to win by a head after fighting it out with Teddy Haslam for the final half mile Reelon was two lengths farther back in third place

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