Spy Song Establishes New Track Record at Hawthorne, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-07


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Spy Song Establishes New Track Record at Hawthorne Continued frenn Page One third. Whysos saddle slipped or else he might have been a little closer. Day and Bosage battled each other for the lead for almost five-eighths of a mile and then both faltered. Bosage winding up fourth. The winner, ridden by Billy Nichols, paid .60 for . Dixiana scored its first victory of the year when Chapel Bells, ridden by Harry Hart, got up in time to get a neck decision at the end of the six furlongs of the second race. Guide had taken a long lead in the stretch and looked a sure winner in the final eighth, but Chapel Bells closed boldly and wore down the leader in the closing strides. Dauntless Bo also finished strongly, but he could get no nearer than third, two lengths behind the runner-up. Roytig and Brown Clown had speed here for a half-mile, but i after that they were through.

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Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800