Burgoo Maid Wins Stickney Handicap; Mar-Kell Takes Top Flight With Ease: Whips Yarrow Maid In Belmont Fixture; Calumet Miss Asserts Her Superiority in Two-Length Score--Vagrancy Scratched, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-04


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Burgoo Maid Wins Stickney Handicap MarKell Takes Top Flight With Ease Whips Yarrow Moid In Belmont Fixfyre FixfyreCalumet Calumet Miss Asserts Her Superiority in TwoLength Score Vagrancy Scratched ScratchedELMONT ELMONT L I N Y June 3 MarKell an own sister of the Acorn heroine Nellie L flaunted Warren Wrights flashing red banner to an impressive triumph in another of the 1943 turf seasons more important stakes for the weaker sex this afternoon at Belmont Park as she easily defeated the Top Flight Handicap field At the close of this Mares Suburban the lightbodied daughter of Blenheim n and Nellie Flag was two lengths before Brookmeades Yar ¬ row Maid nearest of her rivals while George Wideners pacemakirig Stefanita a threeyearold finished in third place two lengths farther back Night Glow was fourth in a smart field of half a dozen of Americas aspiring turf queens queensFor For some occult reason the Brookmeade entry of Yarrow Maid and Pomayya were installed favorites over MarKell upon tha withdrawal of Belairs topweighted Va ¬ grancy a scratch which incidentally de ¬ prived the Top Flight of a good deal of its interest The successful Chicagoan re ¬ turned 620 in the tote while jockey Billie Thompson was easing her up at the finish of this mile and a sixteenth in 144 144This This time was unremarkable enough on the fast surface that obtained but Mar Kell was going away rapidly at the line under 122 poundsxby which she was equal top weight with Pomayya The fractions were 23 47 112 137 137Race Race Worth 4700 to Winner WinnerMarKell MarKell added 4700 to her bank ac ¬ count and this incidentally was the first event in which the new breeders award of the equivalent of 5 per cent of the added value applied a source of 250 additional to Warren Wright WrightIt It was rather a red letter day for the bearers of Calumets red colors all around for during the morning training hours the worlds leading money winner Whirlaway moved nearer racing form with a breezing mile in 141 141The The afternoons attendance was excellent in view of the rather inauspicious circum ¬ stances under which thoroughbred enthu ¬ siasts reach the Westchester Racing Asso ¬ ciation course with the turnstiles clicking at the merry rate of 11475 The Turf and Field gathering was noticeably small how ¬ ever and favorite players were experienc experiencContinued Continued on Page Two MarKell in Easy Top Flight Score ScoreWhips Whips Yarrow Maid by Two Lengths at Belmont Park Vagrancy Is Scratched ScratchedContinued Continued from Page One Oneing ing some difficulty arriving at the proper choices choicesMarKell MarKell was ridden confidently and skilfully throughout the feature She was allowed to settle on stride easily through the far lane while racing on the outside free of possible interference as Stefanita fashioned the pace paceOn On the curve for home Thompson called on his mount She circled her field with impressive ease and dispatch moving away from Yarrow Maid who cut the corner dur ¬ ing the stretch run and winning in hand handYarrow Yarrow Maid saved all possible ground and waited while Pomayya forced Stefan itas early pace thrust through along on the rail at the turn for home and tried gamely to reach the winner but appeared outclassed Stefanita lasted well enough to be third War Hazard was well placed early and tired tiredBill Bill Zieglers Great Ripple a son 01 jfom pey making his second start and deftly handled by John Deering qualified for a chance in Saturdays National Stallion Stakes when he defeated 15 other maiden twoyearold colts and geldings in the five furlongs of the fourth fourthField Field Is OneTwo OneTwoForwardly Forwardly placed throughout Great Rip ¬ ple outfinished Who Goes There a head in a long drive Both were fielders paying 2460 on the win end The time was 5935 Great Ripple was a 4000 yearling yearlingGig Gig first of the War Admirals to come to the races was a starter in this dash and principal resemblance to be noted between sire and son was his resentment of the stall gate gateThe The crowd estimated that Charles Sterns Happy Note would last the six furlongs of the fifth and installed him the favorite then experienced some anxious moments when the judges scrutinized the photo be ¬ fore deciding he had lasted to beat Full Cry a fading nose Three lengths away Gen ¬ erous was third in a field of seven after being much used early Apprentice Givens rode Happy Note who paid 5 and was timed in 112

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