Junco Sixth Favorite to Score at Delaware Park: Accounts for Amstel Purse Over Rose Anita--Choices in Spotlight, Daily Racing Form, 1941-06-07


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JUNCO SIXTH FAVORITE TO SCORE AT DELAWARE PARK PARKAccounts Accounts for Amstel Purse Over Rose Anita Choices in Spotlight SpotlightSTANTON STANTON Del June 6 Track conditions and the caliber of performers made no dif ¬ ference to the 4000 patrons present at Dela ¬ ware Park this afternoon for when Mrs Ethel Jacobs Junco turned back a field of eight in the Amstel Purse he was the sixth straight public choice to be victorious The one mile and seventy yards journey was one of the best offerings of an offday card and in spite of the class of performers wagering was very brisk The sun broke through heavily overcast skies intermit ¬ tently and this was a big solace from the rainy weather that had prevailed for two days daysJunco Junco had a big task on his hands for Joseph E Wideners Rose Anita was fast wearing him down and was only little more than a length back at the end Third went to Janegri early pacemaker and furnished by Mansfield Stable StableRed Red Howell who was completing a double and increasing his advantage over the other riders during the current session found room on the inside with the Jacobs threeyearold and drove him into command soon after rounding the upper bend From then on it was leadership for the favorite but he tired badly in the last stages and Rose Anita who had come from well back was fast wearing him down Janegri gave way rapidly after relinquishing the lead and was some twelve lengths back of Rose Anita with Proc six lengths farther back backProc Proc enjoyed a contending position until rounding the far turn then weakened and the others of the field of eight threeyear olds never were factors factorsThe The track was muddy for the opening of the program but became stiffer for the fifth race and was heavy for the concluding numbers numbersCisneros Cisneros completed a double for trainer Hirsch Jacobs and provided the seventh pop ¬ ular score by winning over Quinlan Inter ¬ preter and five others at the end of one mile and seventy yards Coming from far back Cisneros wore down 10 paceraaking Quin ¬ lan when inside the final sixteenth and the finish found him with two and one half lengths to spare

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