New Shoes Earns Diploma in Fairmount Park Dash: Runs down Olga S. during Early Stages and Then Draws Clear, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-19


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New Shoes Earns Diploma In Faii-mount Park Dash Runs Down Olga S. During Early Stages and Then Draws Clear COLLINSVILLE, 111., June 18.— New Shoes, a product of Mrs. Payne Whitneys Greentree Farm, carried Miss Polly Burgess red and blue banner to its first success by annexing the fourth race and Vandalia Purse at Fairmount Park this afternoon. Jn her handy score, the daughter of Mr. Bones and Lady Be Good carried William Bailey to his second victory of the day and also the second for Henry Louden. The latter sent out Brown Hotel Stables For Better to trounce a limit field of maiden three-year-olds in the third race. Col. Phil T. Chinns Dancing Miss was the runner-up to New Shoes and Frances W., who, with the winner, enjoyed the bulk of the wagering, was third. New Shoes ran down Olga S. during the opening three of the five furlongs and then drew clear to have an Advantage of a length and one-half and something in reserve at the end. Bailey started his double with Darby Dienst in the second race, with Aljack, the favorite second, and Sly Kitty third. Joe Dyer, who was astride three winners yesterday, brought Huracon home the winner of the opening event and he was the favorite. Garden Pool was second in this six-furlong dash and Helen I. third. For Better graduated at the expense of One to Two, the favorite, Lady Be Keene and nine others.

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