Burgoo Maid Wins Stickney Handicap; Mar-Kell Takes Top Flight With Ease: Oots Filly Upsets Ubiquitous In Lincoln Fields Attraction; Keakle Gets Victress Home By Clear Margin and Gains Initial Success as Rider, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-04


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HOWARD OOTS Burgoo Maid light ¬ weight of the field carried his colors to victory in the Stickney Claiming Handi ¬ cap Burgoo Maid Wins Stickney Handicap MarKell Takes Top Flight With Ease Oots Filly Upsets Ubiquitous In Lincoln Fields Attraction Keakle Gets Victress Home By Clear Margin and Gains Initial Success as Rider RiderSTICKNEY STICKNEY 111 June 3 Howard Oots threeyearold filly Burgoo Maid guided by Herbert Keagle who was riding the first winner of his life outran four older rivals in the Stickney Claiming Handicap a test of a mile and a sixteenth that topped the days program at Hawthorne The daugh ¬ ter of Burgoo King raced past Milk Flip on the second turn to take the lead and she held it the rest of the way winning by three and a half lengths lengthsC C N Finchs Ubiquitous a pronounced favorite could do no better than second while Mrs Jake Lowensteins Weigh Anchor was third Milk Flip who ran fourth and Johnny Jr were the only other starters startersBurgoo Burgoo Maid ran the mile and a six ¬ teenth in l48Vo on a track that was fast for the first time this meeting meetingKesargo Kesargo Leads Throughout ThroughoutKesargo Kesargo a four yearold filly owned by Mrs Leslie Thompson showed her heels to five other rivals over the entire six fur ¬ longs of the Winrietka Purse which shared the spotlight with the Stickney Claiming Handicap at Hawthorne this afternoon The daughter of Gino was never far in front of her nearest rivals but she stuck gamely to her guns and jockey Jimmy McCoy brought her to the end of the sprint with an advantage of one length as Max Marmorsteins The Finest beat Mrs Emil Denemarks Last Gold a neck for the place placeKesargo Kesargo a 4 to 1 chance with tfie crowd made the pace without need of strong urging and when put to a drive after a half mile she responded well She shook off Displayer about a furlong out and then held The Finest safe the rest of the way Her time for the three quarters of a mile was 113 made on a track that wasjfast for the first time since the Lincoln Ffelds Jockey Clubs meeting began beganLast Last Gold in Good Effort EffortThe The Finest was restrained off the early leaders and moved into a contending posi ¬ tion with a rush after reaching the home stretch but he wasnt good enough to beat the winner and just lasted to save the place Last Gold made up many lengths to ac ¬ count for his share of the purse and had F A Smith timed his move a little better the Denemark gelding might have been the winner Last Gold was a distant trailer for more than half the way and with a furlong to go still was in last place In finishing third he was a length and a half in front of the tiring Displayer The only other starters were Technician who flattened out after racing fairly well for a half mile and All Lizzie who pulled up lame lameWell Well supported horses won the first two races Mrs H A Deeps Toujour taking the opener and Arthur Graffagninis Valdina Kovia the second secondToujour Toujour scoring his sixth victory of the year was well placed from the beginning and when shaken up in the stretch respond ¬ ed willingly He worked his way to the front just inside the final furlong and grad ¬ ually drew clear to reach the end of the six and a half furlongs with a length and a half to spare He was ridden by Jess Hig ley Mismark who had been a sharp fac ¬ tor from the beginning was easily best of the others while third money fell to Alley AlleyContinued Continued on Page TwentyThree Burgoo Maid Victress In Stickney Handicap HandicapTakes Takes Measure of Ubiquitous to Give Keakle First Winning Mount MountContinued Continued from Page One OneMillpomp Millpomp showed the most speed here for a half mile but then gave away awayThe The second race was a fivefurlong dash for two year olds and in winning this event Valdina Kovialed her nearest rival past the judges by three lengths She forced Tibs pace for a time and then took com ¬ mand herself holding that rival safe the rest of the way Though Tib could not keep pace with the winner she was good enough to beat June T a length and a half for second honors honorsHarriet Harriet Sue homebred juvenile in the stable of Hyman Friedberg scored her sec ¬ ond victory when she beat eleven other youngsters over the five furlongs of the fourth race With C L Martin at the reins she raced Gay Franka into submission en ¬ tering the final quarter and had little diffi ¬ culty protecting her advantage the rest of the way Though Gay Franka could not keep up with the winner she was able to take second honors a length and a half before Phalanger who was a steadygoing third Mr Rabbit the favorite was well placed over the early furlongs but he gave way in the drive driveMrs Mrs Monte Weils Moselem and jockey George Burns made up a successful com ¬ bination over the mile and a sixteenth of the fiftl race In hand early Moselem be ¬ gan to improve his position after a half mile raced around the leaders entering the home stretch and held Knightfors safe in the drive In taking the second award Knightfors was much the best of the others for he led the third horse Afghan ¬ istan across the line of finish by six lengths Bulrush the favorite wound up fourth

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