Albuldo Accounts For Berwyn Purse; Shelvin Stakes Captured by Le Havre: Famous Victory Is Beaten by Length; Favored Bill Sickle Tires After Making All of Pace For Murphy Colorbearer, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-10


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Albuldo Accounts For Berwyn Purse Shevlin Stakes Captured by Le Havre Famous Victory is Beaten by Length LengthFavored Favored Bill Sickle Tires After Making All of Pace For Murphy Colorbearer ColorbearerAQUEDUCT AQUEDUCT L I N Y June 9 Le Havre captured the initial stakes in his career at Aqueduct this afternoon as he splashed to the end of the 5000 Shevlin of a mile and a sixteenth with a length ad ¬ vantage over Greentrees Dwyer candidate Famous Victory Third to Helen Murphys lean Pilate colt was Mrs Henry L Finchs Modest Lad so that sportswomens colors were onetwothree Modest Lad however was five lengths to the rear of the runner up Only half a dozen started Bill Sickle proving a defaulting public favorite at oddson oddsonLe Le Havre had the speed to force the pace of the sprinting Bill Sickle until that en ¬ trant gave up the ghost entering the long home stretch then dug in with renewed energy to repel the stretch running Famous Victorys challenge Le Havres supporters were rewarded at the rate of 1490 and he carried 110 pounds the distance through the soupy surface in 145 which time of course was far off both the stake and track mark of 142 established by Jacomar in the 1940 Shevlin ShevlinNot Not Eligible to Dwyer DwyerThe The midweek gathering counted 12719 at the turnstiles which did not compare favorably with some 15000 present the similar day in 42 In addition to the Shevlin this crowd witnessed an interesting renewal of the Lion Heart Steeplechase Handicap in which Lt Bayard Sharp of Delaware furnished the winner in his im ¬ proving young fencer Knights Quest QuestThe The winner of the chase earned 2830 for his successful sally while the Shevlin yielded Le Havre 4375 4375Le Le Havre incidentally is not an eligible for the Dwyer He is trained by T Murphy father of the owner and the same horse ¬ man who saddled Durbar II to capture an Epsom Derby for H B Duryea 29 years ago agoLe Le Havre broke alertly under Atkinson and that lad kept him on Bill Sickle re ¬ lentlessly never allowing the latter a breather around the first turn and through the back stretch Bill Sickle ran out of air entering the home lane relinquishing the lead to Le Havre who drew out under con ¬ tinued pressure to hold Famous Victory at bay The latter had his track and distance but could only beat tired horses when Mc Creary called on him drawing to within a length of the winner then hanging Modest ModestContinued Continued on Page TioentyEight Le Havre Takes Shevlin For First Stakes Score ScoreLeads Leads Famous Victory by Length Over Sloppy Track at Aqueduct AqueductContinued Continued from Fade One OneLad Lad was best of the others but far off the first two twoBayard Bayard Sharps Knights Quest second in three consecutive hedge features earlier in the season continued to give evidence of ultimately proving among the seasons chase luminaries when he carried 145 pounds to a cleancut and frontrunning success in the sixth running of the Lion Heart Steeplechase SteeplechaseThe The Louisiana Farms Bull Reigh ex ¬ perienced no great difficulty beating five other shifty class C sprinters in general the heavily backed Omission in particular in the seven furlongs of the Phosphor Handicap

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