Suffolk Headliner To Barbara Childs: Campbell Filly Once Again Prevails in Front-Running Style--High Name Second, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-10


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Suffolk Headliner To Barbara Childs ChildsCampbell Campbell Filly Once Again Prevails in FrontRunning Style High Name Second SecondBOSTON BOSTON Mass June 9 Barbara Childs consistent fouryearold daughter of Clock Tower and Boiling Water racing for B S Campbell registered her second straight triumph of the meeting in taking the Jess Read Purse This one mile and seventy yard allowance test carried a purse of 1875 and was the only one of the eight events listed that lacked the claiming clause clauseChasing Chasing the winner for the greater part of the way and finishing in second place was Level Waldrons High Name W I Lunts Kiev Lee landed third a head be ¬ fore Rush Act while Satin Cap making his first start since being claimed by Margaret McCallum trailed to complete the field fieldRepulses Repulses Bids BidsBarbara Barbara Childs picked up an impost of 109 pounds which included a fivepound overweight The Clock Tower miss moved to the front going to the first turn arid drew into a daylight lead by the time the turn into the back stretch was reached High Name moved up on the inside and soon chased closest after the leader leaderTurnbull Turnbull made several attempts to reach the pacemaker but every time the Jack High gelding moved to the leader Tammaro would permit Barbara Childs to draw clear again Kiev Lee was holding to third place and Rush Act raced before the McCallum gelding High Name made three distinct moves to reach the leading filly Barbara Childs withstood all of these bids and while drifting out slightly when straightened out in the stretch began drawing away in the closing sixteenth mile withTammaro taking her in hand the final few strides stridesHigh High Name had little trouble in gaining his placing but simply was not up to de ¬ feating the winner

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