Icangetit Annexes Joliet in Big Upset; Twilight Tear Romps to Oaks Triumph: Seventh Straight For Calumet Filly; Dare Me Second in Route Fixture; Cassis Finishes on Top in Roseben Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1944-05-29


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9 9Icangetit Icangetit Annexes Joliet in Big Upset Twilight Tear Romps to Oaks Triumph Seventh Straight For Calumet Filly FillyDare Dare Me Second in Route Fixture Cassis Finishes on Top in Roseben Handicap HandicapELMONT ELMONT L I N Y May 27 Calumet Farms Twilight Tear scored her seventh straight victory today at Belmont Park as she merely tip toed to a fourlength vic ¬ tory in the twentyeighth running of the Coaching Club American Oaks Brook meade Stables Dare Me closed well to take second honors by three lengths from Lazy F Ranchs Plucky Maud who wsa two lengths before Belair Studs Vienna An ¬ other 100 lengths back came Miss Biscuit and Oh Ma Ma The demoiselle in devils red was a prohibitive favorite paying 220 straight 230 place and 210 show The daughter of Bull Lea Lady Lark was timed in 221 for the mile and three furlongs far below Man o Wars track record of 2 14 Vs VsJockey Jockey Conn McCreary reversed his usual tactics with Twilight Tear taking her to the front at the start of the Oaks with Miss Biscuit and Plucky Maud in closest pursuit in the long run down the far side but day ¬ light behind her Miss Biscuit was wellj cooked at the far turn and Dare Me moved into third place as Plucky Maud inherited the role of runnerup runnerupChallenges Challenges in Vain VainCurving Curving for home Twilight Tear was three long lengths p front with Plucky Maud challenging vainly under hard urging from Bobby Permane This effort took so much out of the Lazy F filly that she had nothing left for the stretch drive and Dare Me ran over her in the run for the wire wireTwilight Twilight Tear earned 12495 plus 300 which also went to Warren Wright Chicago owner of Calumefc Farm as a breeders premium The filly ran with bandages on both front legs and streaks of iodine on her white left rear ankle and appeared a trifle sore as McCreary was easing up at the end but walked without signs of gimpiness as she was led into the winners circle though she was puffing considerably considerablyReginald Reginald W Rives president of the Coaching Club presented the Coaching CoachingContinued Continued on Page Three Twilight Tear Wins Oaks In FrontRunning Fashion FashionDare Dare Me Next to Calumet Filly Cassis Surprises in Roseben RosebenContinued Continued from Page One Club Cup to trainer Ben Jones in the win ¬ ners circle circleThere There was a minus show pool in the Oaks amounting to 1497180 1497180Howe Howe Stables Cassis astonished the crowd of 34475 by scoring an easy victory in the Roseben Handicap which was run down the Widener straightaway after failing in his three previous starts this year all of which were run around a turn Ferril Zufelt piloted the son of Bull Dog Gay Knightess to a two and onehalf lengths victory over the favored Brownie while H L Straus New Moon was a close third before Woolford Farms Adulator Cassis paid 4820 and was clocked in 110 110The The total attendance for the three weeks of the Belmont meeting was 449627 and this goodly throng wagered 41977932 during the same period with 3214215 go ¬ ing through the tote machines today todayW W E Boeings Devils Thumb made his first start in the Rosenben since chalking up five straight stakes victories at Sara ¬ toga in the summer of 1942 The four yearold son of Grand Slam had some early speed and began to bear out before he had finished a quarter then tired and finished last He was carrying a noticeable paunch which this effort reduced some ¬ what as he was dripping plenty of sweat at the finish but appeared to come out of the race soundly soundlyCassis Cassis had not won since last September but the race was down the same Widener course Today he earned 5155 his first gleanings of the year plus 150 to Audley Farm as a breeding premium premiumSelznick Selznick Stables Ariel Lad was an easy and popular winner of the Westbury Handicap which followed the Oaks on the program Old Grad saved ground on the stretch turn but could not get closer than a length and a half behind the winner Breezing Home who had been far back in the early stages closed fast to be third

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