High Name Wins in New Owners Silks: Whips Rough Pass In Suffolk Event; Level and Waldron Gain Quick Return on Investment--Has Half-Length Margin at Wire, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-26


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High Name Wins in New Owners Silks Whips Rough Pass In Suffolk Event EventLevel Level Waldron Gain Quick Return on Investment Has HalfLength Margin at Wire WireBOSTON BOSTON Mass May 25 High Name a gelded son of Jack High Fair Name racing fofJLevel Waldron turned in his first triumph of the year in taking the Fort Heath Claiming Purse top attraction on todays progra mat Suffolk Downs It was the first time that the Jack High fiveryear old sported the silks of his present owner having been claimed from his last start for 2000 He raced under a claiming valua ¬ tion of 3000 in the Fort Heath His Win ¬ ning margin was a half length over Rough Pass from the J Yancey Christmas string It was a tossup for the lesser shares of the spoils with Mrs W E Snells Challo mine taking third in the concluding stride by just a nose over Graustark from the Mt Desert Stable Although all eight events were arranged under claiming conditions it was an en ¬ thusiastic crowd of some 10337 that cheered the various winners winnersHigh High Name went the mile and seventy yards in l44Vs with the fractional times being 23 for the opening quarter the half in 46 and the threequarters in 111 with the mile accomplished in 137 137Winners Winners Fine Effort EffortHigh High Names race was remarkably good when it is taken into consideration that he not only forced the early pace but after subduing the leader Quakertown early in the action he went on to carry the brunt of the pacemaking burden and fought it put stubbornly with Rough Pass the entire length of the stretch stretchDuring During the early running Rough Pass was in advance of but one of the field However halfway down the far side of the track Claggett worked a weaving course and sent Rough Pass into a contending position positionAnother Another potential factor lomed at this lime in Graustark Haskell had him on the outside and seemed to have dead aim on the leaders as he snugged along the Mt Desert Stable representative Graustark made his bid nearing the stretch moved up briefly but after this threatening gesture was un ¬ able to make up an inch of ground groundTurnbull Turnbull had High Name clear of his op ¬ position and while Rough Pass made several runs at him it was not until within the final sixteenth mile that he was able to cut down the leaders advantage that found him only a scant half length back as they swept over the line For a time it seemed that Graustark would last long enough to snare the show but right at the line Challomine was alone to gain the nod nodHigh High Name was one of the lighter re ¬ garded members of the field arid returned 3140

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