Bull Whip Put to Hard Drive to Capture Purse: Boshamer Colorbearer Only Head Before Black Brummel at Wire, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-16


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Bull Whip Put to Hard Drive to Capture Purse PurseBoshamer Boshamer Colorbearer Only Head Before Black Brummel at Wire WireDETROIT DETROIT Mich June 15 Bull Whip aged son of Bull Dog sporting the silks of Gary C Boshamer raced to a driving de ¬ cision in the second race at the Detroit Fair Grounds today Well ridden by Cor nelio Mojena the Boshamer gelding came to the finish of the six furlongs a head be ¬ fore G W Morrisons Black Brummel who held a neck margin over A R Evans Jack K third at the wire The favored Concert Master ran fourth after having a rather rough trip tripIn In winning his third purse of the 1943 season Bull Whip ran the distance over the fast track in 113 Well supported in the wagering the Boshamer colorbearer re ¬ turned 720 straight and completed the Daily Double which was worth 2660 2660Twelve Twelve colts geldings and horses met in the sprint and starter Bryan Steele sent the field away from the gate in good align ¬ ment Falling Leaves was first to show in front after the initial furlong and he in ¬ creased his advantage to a length and a half before reaching the upper turn By gones raced second at this stage while Bull Whip was no better than third Jack K seventh and Black Brummel eighth eighthApproaching Approaching the stretch Bull Whip moved into command and when settled for the drive he held a length and a half mar marContinued Continued on Page TwentyEight Bull Whip Put to Hard Drive to Capture Purse PurseBoshamer Boshamer Colorbearer Only Head Before Black Brummei at Wire WireContinued Continued from Page One Onegin gin over Jack K who moved up reso ¬ lutely as Black Brummei began his bid from third position The three leaders then engaged in a sharp stretch battle with the victor lasting long enough to earn ma ¬ jor honors over the fastclosing Black Brummei who was up to take second over Jack K The latter made a game bid in the stretch and might have reversed the order of finish had he not hung slightly during the last sixteenth of a mile mileTwelve Twelve maiden threeyearolds met in the first race at six furlongs and it resulted in a threequarter length graduation ver ¬ dict for Thomas Piatts homebred Miss Transit Second honors fell to Mrs H P Bonners favored Ariel Image the early pacemaker who held a three and a half lengths advantage over J Warfield Rod gers Equal Chance at the finarTharker finarTharkerAriel Ariel Image went to the front before go ¬ ing a quarter of a mile while Miss Transit under good handling on the part of the vet ¬ eran Mark Fator improved her position steadily to the stretch Once settled for the final drive Ariel Image retained a length and a half lead but she was un ¬ able to withstand Miss Transit during the last sixteenth although easily besting Equal Chance for the place award

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