Fairmounts Week-End Sport Attracts Crowd Of 10,000: Marbold, Norman Sloat and Low Hat Triumph in Early Contests, Daily Racing Form, 1941-06-09


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APPRENTICE W BORTON A cold and inflamed throat forced apprentice Wilbur Borton who has been riding in excellent form at Lincoln Fields to cancel his mounts Saturday FAIRMOUNTS WEEKEND SPORT ATTRACTS CROWD OF 10000 10000Marbold Marbold Norman Sloat and Low Hat Triumph in Early Contests ContestsCOLLINSVTLLE COLLINSVTLLE 111 June 7 An attrac ¬ tive program one of the best offered by the Fairmount Park Jockey Club since the open ¬ ing Memorial Day drew more than 10000 fans to Fairmount Park for the eightrace program this afternoon which was headed by the Collinsville Handicap a sixfurlong event which saw thirteen of the best sprint ¬ ers on the track matching strides for the 1200 purse purseSupporting Supporting the feature were other well matched fields and many tight finishes re ¬ sulted in the first half of the card arranged by racing secretary R A Leigh Jr JrDespite Despite threatening Aveather the grand ¬ stand was taxed to capacity while the lawn was comfortably filled The largest assem ¬ blage of the meeiing with the exception of Memorial Day viewed the sport from the clubhouse clubhouseMarbold Marbold a veteran son of Misstep which races for G F Woodman joined Low Hat in scoring his second victory of the meeting when he gained a hardearned decision over Guess What in the sixfurlong fourth race which was for horses of the older division Bramble Sortie finished third Apprentice Nick Jemas had the mount on the winner winnerThe The opening race of tne program saw Miss Susan E Kolloggs Low Hat earn his second purse of the meeting and in so doing be ¬ came the first horse to score a double since the inauguration more than a week ago Bequest was second and the third award was garnered by Blonde Baby The win ¬ ner was handled by Bobby Montgomery the leading rider at the current session sessionThe The colors of avlrs Margie Hodge of New Orleans were carried to victory for the first time at the meeting when Norman Sloat entered the winners circle in the second

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