Remote Control Noses Out Chicago Dr.: Up in Last Stride Of Cicero Feature; Jockey W. Lowe Completes Double on Bockman and Oros Racer--Tripaway Triumphs, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-12


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Remote Control Noses Out Chicago Dr Up in Last Stride Of Cicero Feature FeatureJockey Jockey W Lowe Completes Double on Bockman Oros OrosRacer Racer Tripaway Triumphs CICERO 111 May 11 Remote Control got up in the final stride of the seven furlong Betty Lawford Purse sixth and best race presented at Sportsmans Park today to down the fine pacemaking Chicago Dr Johnny Jr was third two lengths back of the leaders and the same distance before Bobs Dream who finished fourth in the field of seven sevenMaking Making his first start under Bockman Oros colors and completing a double for W Lowe Remote Control worked his way forward through the field and wore down the leaders in steady fashion to nip the tir ¬ ing Chicago Dr at the final marker Gal ¬ lant Play the favorite chased the pace ¬ maker for more than fiveeighths and then gave way and Bobs Dream lost much ground while enjoying a contending posi ¬ tion tionTodays Todays program presented over a sloppy track honored the show Dough Girls arid six of the eight events were named for members of the cast Upsets were in order although the surprises were of a mild vari ¬ ety and the fifth came with the running of the Taylor Holmes Purse when Trip away was the winner Starweista the favorite was the first of the choices to be unplaced unplacedLoTurcos LoTurcos Second Winner WinnerTripaway Tripaway enabled LoTurco to chalk up a double and the Nocturnal gelding arrived at the finish of the seven furlongs two lengths before Rogers Boy with Shasta Man third Tripaway raced Shasta Man Into submission during the opening five furlongs and Rogers Boy drove through on the inside to take second some three lengths before Shasta Man Starweista had early speed but he was through after going three furlongs and excepting Flash Town who was the trailer at the end the other members of the small field of eight never were factors factorsShowing Showing a preference for the deep slop Miss Lexington chalked up her third vic ¬ tory of the meeting in being a frontrun ¬ ning winner of the opening event Hada time made up enough groundto wear down the heavily supported Madly for second and Miss Brideaux was fourth Willie Lowe shot the Silver Star Stable color bearer to the front soon after the start of the fivefurlong dash and she held a com ¬ fortable advantage from there on to have something left at the end endFree Free Miss mudrunning daughter of Dr Freeland Glyn scored her first victory in sixteen starts by annexing the second also a fivefurlong dash Ebs First pacemaker to the late stages was second and Heel Call the favorite third thirdWith With Larry Barney aboard and racing in the middle of the track Free Miss moved to the leaders after entering the run for home and the finish found her with two and onehalf lengths to spare and some ¬ thing in reserve Town Lace Heel Call and Old Union who finished fourth offered Ebs First strong competition from the start

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