Bossuet Toys With Briarwood Rivals: Belair Colt Shows Way to Attendant; Stout Eases Up Victor in Final Furlong of Jamaica Race and Scores by Three, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-04


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Bossuet Toys With Briarwood Rivals Belair Colt Shows Way to Attendant AttendantStout Stout Eases Up Victor in Final Furlong of Jamaica Race and Scores by Three ThreeJAMAICA JAMAICA L I N Y May 3 Toying with three inferior rivals Belair Studs Bossuet captured the Briarwood Purse eased up by three lengths at Jamaica today It was such a onesided race that the crowd of 15479 yawned through its running as the son of Bosw ll Vibration H took the lead and jogged at his leisure all the way under Jimmy Stouts tight hold He could have won thi mile and a six ¬ teenth event by a city block blockBossuet Bossuet who had been runnerup to Count Fleet in the St James Purse was a prohibitive choice paying 260 straight For his easy effort he earned 1650 1650Louisiana Louisiana Farms Attendant finished sec ¬ ond beating Philip Godfreys Top Reward by five lengths while the other starter was Walter M Jeffords Cincus seven lengths farther away in this procession The lone withdrawal from the Briarwood which headed the card was TipToe stablemate of Bossuet It was fashioned exclusively for threeyearolds threeyearoldsBossuet Bossuet May Seek Preakness PreaknessWeather Weather conditions turned out balmy for the opening session of the final week s pro Among other highlights were the tn rider and the narrow escape from serious injury of Steve Brooks Riverland s booter in a spill that marred the opening event eventWhether Whether Bossuet will now be shipped to Pimlico to fulfill his engagement in the Preakness rests solely with his owner wTluam Woodward Said trainer Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons If Mr Woodward says so well ship the colt to Baltimore How ¬ ever Fitz like the rest concedes the Preakness to Count Fleet FleetAlthough Although he was never permitted to turn it on Bossuet covered the Briarwood run in 146 Stout merely rated him along content to lefthe Belair lad pla y rttti the others After opening up a winning lead rounding the lower turn he was eased up steadily through the stretch and finished with considerable speed in reserve reserveAttendant Attendant was much the best of the others He moved up gamely entering the front lane but bore out and lost ground and came on to dispose of Top Reward The latter in early pursuit of the leader saved ground all the way He faltered at the end Cincus pinched back while on the inside leaving the back stretch dropped out of contention thereafter thereafterJohnny Johnny Longden who won the Derby atop Count Fleet lost no time gracing the winners circle in his first appearance upon his return here on J J Mclntyres Kay Diane in the third a split of the second Making her first start since October 1941 the onetime stakes winner easily trounced eleven rivals T H Heards Little Davey two lengths back of the winner outgamed Mrs Walter Kozacks Single for the place award v vJockey Jockey Brooks in Tumble TumbleJockey Jockey Steve Brooks had a narrow escape from serious injury when his South Drive owned by Mrs M Jolley shied at a piece of loose paper on the track and unseated him while leading the field of eight platers in the opening number The mishap oc ¬ curred near the threeeighths pole and Brooks emerged with only a scare The winner turned up in Mrs J P Byers Teta Maude Lovely Delores was beaten only a half length by Teta Maude Paragon Sta ¬ bles Selhaste a distinct outsider landed the show None the worse from his spill Brooks came back in the fourth race a six fur longs event called the Frizette for three yearold fillies in class C to deftly guide Mrs E C Salisburys Sparkling Maid to a popular victory in 112 This filly dis ¬ played high speed and always held sway finishing three lengths before Anthemion

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