Samhar Leads Five Opponents to Wire: Makes Good for Legion of Followers in Suffolk Test--Disqualification in Fourth, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-04


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Samhar Leads Five Opponents to Wire WireMakes Makes Good for Legion of Followers in Suffolk Test Disqualification in Fourth FourthBOSTON BOSTON Mass June 3 C S Brom ¬ leys Samhar found suitable placing in the one mile of the Wakefield Purse and had scant trouble in taking todays feature at Suffolk Downs After four straight favor ¬ ites had suffered defeat the Sweep Like colt came to the aid of the talent scoring convincingly by two lengths to return a mutuel of 340 340The The Wakefield was arranged under allowance conditions for threeyearolds exclusively Samhar was achieving his ini ¬ tial triumph of the New England season having previously finished in the money in five of six of his outings since arriving in this sector sectorThe The Cleveland Skinker entry of Boy Soldier and Baby Darling finished second and third respectively Alpine King was fourth while Kiev Lee led home the only remaining starter Elkton ElktonEuclid Euclid LeBlanc was astride Samhar and held him under snug reserve while Elkton made the early running The Bromley colt was always within striking distance of the pace and when the pacemaker began fal ¬ tering after going six furlongs Samhar was hustled to the lead After moving to the front Samhar quickly drew into a lead of one length stretching it out to two lengths by the time the finish was reached and racing well within himself himselfBoy Boy Soldier Closes Well WellBoy Boy Soldier continued to hold to second place while his stable companion after having trailed until reaching the stretch uncorked a burst of late speed that carried her into third as the Burgoo King filly found ample racing room as she stayed close to the inner rail Elkton gave up completely after losing the lead and trailed his company over the line lineSummerlike Summerlike weather prevailed and a crowd of 9876 journeyed out to the seaside oval to enjoy the sport sportWhich Which Ace took down his third purse in as many starts in the five furlongs of the fourth race After coming to the finish of the trip a short head back of Ballacolas a claim of foul was made The stewards after brief deliberation ordered Ballacolas number taken down awarding first place to Which Ace The revised finish placed Ballacolas second In Vogue the choice took third after having raced prominently from the beginning However the Halcyon miss was unable to match strides with the leading pair in the closing drive The foul occurred midway of the stretch when Ballacolas while leading swerved out and bumped the Case Ace colt as the latter was moving along smoothly on the outside

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