Cocopet Supplementary Entry to Lassie Stakes: Lazy F Ranch Miss Undefeated In Three Engagements to Date, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-10


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Cocopet Supplementary Entry to Lassie Stakes StakesLazy Lazy F Ranch Miss Undefeated In Three Engagements to Date DateUndefeated Undefeated in her first three starts in one of which she ran the fastest five fur ¬ longs this year at Belmont Park the gray filly Cocopet became a formidable threat for the Arlington Lassie Stakes at Washing ¬ ton Park on July 3 when her owner Lazy F Ranch paid a 2000 supplementary entry fee for the fast daughter of Jacopo and Madam Capet CapetThis This was the only supplementary nomi ¬ nation made increasing the number of eligible fillies to 92 and the present value of the stake to 28020 with starters yet to pay 500 each eachLazy Lazy F Ranch owned by the estate of W S Parish already had two fillies eligible for the Lassie Briarhone and Johns Dear the latter a daughter of Johnstown and the good brood mare Ethel Dear DearCocopet Cocopet was an outstanding development among her sex during the early New York season She showed such promise that Lazy F Ranch considered the 2000 sup ¬ plementary entry fee a worthwhile invest ¬ ment for the major share of Americas richest filly race the Lassie which last year netted the winner Walmac Farms Fad 25980 the richest plum yet to fall to a winner of this important juvenile filly fix ¬ ture in its fourteen previous runnings runningsAfter After winning her first two engagements by decisive margins the Lazy F Ranch colorbearer next turned in a sparkling speed performance when she covered the five fur ¬ longs over the Widener course in 58 in what was her last race to date

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