Quizzle Earns Top Honors at Lincoln: Burgoo Dinner Is Second at Finish; Warren Rides Creech Horse Out Strongly for Clean-Cut Win in Six Furlongs Event, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-12


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Quizzle Earns Top Honors at Lincoln Burgoo Dinner Is Second at Finish FinishWarren Warren Rides Creech Horse Out Strongly for CleanCut Win in Six Furlongs Event EventSTICKNEY STICKNEY 111 June 11 The fiveyear old Quizzle from the stable of Mrs A M Creech showed his heels to 11 other sprint ¬ ing platers in winning the Lake Calumet Claiming Purse one of the features of todays racing at Hawthorne He ran the six furlongs under the handling of W War ¬ ren in 113 and won by two lengths with Burgoo Dinner second and Genl Manager third thirdQuizzle Quizzle one of the choices was given a lively battle for early pacemaking honors by Distant Isle and Zig Zag but halfway around the turn the Creech horse left his rivals behind and was not headed again Although he had a safe advantage through ¬ out the home stretch Warren never once let up on him and he was ridden out to the finish finishBurgoo Burgoo Dinner who lost some ground on the turn moved into second position ap ¬ proaching the last quarter and he stayed there to the end taking the place position by a half length before Genl Manager The latter a stake winner in Chicago last summer was making his first start of the year and his performance was a most commendable one His margin over the fourth horse O Play was a half length To present her challenge O Play came from last place in the final quarter quarterAfter After their display of early foot both Distant Isle and Zig Zag quit badly the former winding up in last place Zig Zag was the favorite favoriteThe The wellsupported Quizzle scoring his second victory of the year paid 880 for 2 in the mutuels mutuelsHigh High Hat Takes Opener OpenerAfter After two unsuccessful tries this meeting High Hat owned by the Bishop brothers earned a purse when he took the opening event a sprint of six and a half furlongs Never far back High Hat took command when roused entering the home stretch and outfinished Sonny O B to score by a length Lyle Whiting was astride the Bishop colt who was the favorite in the field of twelve Lady Mamie was third and Briar son next Bonnie Bold paced the field for a half mile and then gave up finally beat ¬ ing only one horse horseThe The second race also at six and a half furlongs also fell to the favorite L P Kings Coupon ridden by George Burns This son of Byrd followed Black Mark and Batter to the last eighth and then forged past them to score by a length Black Mark faded away in the final furlong but Batter held on well enough to take second honors Keekee was third to complete the distance distanceThe The third race produced a rousing finish in which Jungle Moon owned by J Sands and ridden by Frank Zehr nosed out Wei senheimer Jungle Moon raced with the leaders from the beginning and when put to pressure in the drive worked his way to the front Soon after taking the lead he swerved to the inside and held Weisen heimer safe the rest of the way Tusco the favorite was five lengths farther back in third place Arched showed the way here for a half mile but that was as far as he could travel at top speed and he dropped back steadily thereafter The winner paid 3060 for 2 2Hyman Hyman Friedbergs homebred Bolo Babe graduated from the maiden ranks in the fivefurlong fourth race She followed Say Sandys pace to the stretch and then when C L Martin roused her she responded by assuming command Once in front she drew out quickly and won with four lengths to spare Colonial Dame a first time starter who was made the public choice raced greenly but closed well enough to be sec ¬ ond three lengths in front of the tiring Say Sandy Saraphara from whom some contention was expected saved ground and raced prominently to the stretch but then faltered and failed to finish in the picture

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