Dare Triumphs at Detroit Under Roberts Handling: Leads Jo Kapi Length and Half Despite Drifting Out in Drive, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-15


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Dare Triumphs at Detroit Under Roberts Handling HandlingLeads Leads Jo Kapi Length and Half Despite Drifting Out in Drive DriveDETROIT DETROIT Mich June 14 Dare a fouryearold daughter of Bold Venture and Flashing representing the Texas owned stable of Mrs H P Bonner raced to a driving triumph in the first race at the Detroit Fair Grounds today Smartly handled by Forter Roberts Dare came to the finish of the sixfurlong sprint a length and a half before J P and L F Holtons Jo Kapi who enjoyed a twolength advan ¬ tage over Briner Hammacks Nabroj third at the finish finishInstalled Installed the choice by the crowd of 10 000 present for the sport Dare was one of the more popular winners of the day and paid 640 in the straight tote pool The Bonner filly stepped the distance over the fast track in 112 downing her seven filly and mare rivals rivalsStarter Starter Bryan Steele dispatched the field in good alignment and Roberts imme ¬ diately took Dare to the front while Halealoha raced in closest pursuit a short distance before Nabroj In the run to the upper turn Dare held a halflength advan ¬ tage over Nabroj who moved up fast dur ¬ ing the early stages to displace Halealoha The latter however held determinedly to third position while racing on the extreme outside outsideApproaching Approaching the stretch Roberts called upon the ultimate victor for her best and his mount quickly opened up a two and a half lengths advantage over Nabroj who showed signs of having had enough Jo Kapi then began her bid and responding to energetic handling by Pat Milligan moved to within a length and a half of Dare at the eighth pole poleRoberts Roberts had his hands full with Dare during the closing drive the Bonner filly fillyContinued Continued on Page Two Dare Triumphs at Detroit Under Roberts Handling HandlingLeads Leads Jo Kapi Length and Half Despite Drifting Out in Drive DriveContinued Continued from Page One Onedrifting drifting out ratherbadly and it took clever riding to keep her going strongly enough to withstand Jo Kapis belated rush The latter had no trouble in retaining the place award over Nabroj who faltered near the finish but lasted to save the minor end of the spoils by a nose over the fastclosing Patricia A AThe The Louisvilleowned Brown Hotel Sta ¬ ble furnished the winner in the second race of six furlongs when Countmein earned a three and a half lengths verdict under good handling by Pat Milligan Second honors in the sprint fell to the favored War Wise who was threequarters of a length before Shirley G at the wire wireTwelve Twelve fillies and mares met in the dash and Countmein second choice to War Wise in the speculation returned backers 9 straight The Brown Hotel filly a daugh ¬ ter of Okapi and Miss Bess also completed the Daily Double which was worth 5160

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