Dream Parade Fashions His Own Pace To Annex Feature at Suffolk Downs: Favored Polk Racer Defeats Paul A. by Three and Half Lengths in Plum Island, Daily Racing Form, 1944-06-20


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Dream Parade Fashions His Own Pace To Annex Feature at Suffolk Downs Favored Polk Racer Defeats Paul A by Three and Mali Lengths in Plum Island IslandEAST EAST BOSTON Mass June 19 Dream Parade a fouryearold gelded son of Dress Parade and Illka Rose carried H H Folks silks to a popular triumph in the Plum Island Purse at Suffolk Downs today Alertly ridden by Hubert Trent the Polk sprinter reached the finish of the six fur ¬ longs feature three and half lengths be ¬ fore J H Labines Paul A who saved the place award by a length and a half over J C Braswells Begda third in the field of seven starters startersThe The victor who raced consistently last year found the muddy track which pre ¬ vailed very much to his liking and raced the distance in 113 Installed favorite by the crowd of 10526 present Dream Pa ¬ rade returned those who supported him in the tote a straight payoff of 420 and annexed his second purse of the 1944 cam ¬ paign paignStarter Starter Bob Frend dispatched the field in good alignment and Begda was first to show in front but she was soon displaced by the winner who established a length and a half advantage before going a quar ¬ ter mile Begda held to second position during the run down the backstretch while Jacks Girl occupied third place and moved along steadily This order was maintained during the first half mile and Dream Pa ¬ rade held to a safe advantage without need of urging urgingTurning Turning for home Dream Parade in ¬ creased her margin over Begda who showed signs of having had enough and Paul A began his challenge from third and from the inside Dream Parade had no dif ¬ ficulty in retaining his lead over Begda but the latter was not equal to holding Paul A safe and she gave way during the final furlong losing the place and just managed to save the minor portion of the purse by a neck over War Reward RewardEarl Earl Gross veteran Buckhorn Ky jockey handled his second winner of the day when he piloted MerryHo Stables Polly Lou to a threequarters length victory in the fifth race which matched seven class E threeyearolds at six furlongs Gross who had previously ridden Single Up to victory in the third race hustled Polly Lou through the stretch and his mount bested Buck Patch who was three parts of a length before Barts Chance Trainer Lyle Phillips saddled MerryHos Polly Lou and Barts Chance the pair run ¬ ning coupled in the sprint The winner stepped the distance over the muddy strip in 114 and second choice to the favored Speed Up paid 960 in the tote

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