Gallorette Accounts for Belmonts Acorn Stakes: Takes Measure of Whitney Duo of Monsoon and Recce at Mile, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-08


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Gallorette Accounts For Belmonts Acorn Stakes Takes Measure of Whitney Duo Of Monsoon and Recce at Mile Continued Irom Pace One and Gallorette racing as a team a little more than a length behind her as they charged down the backstretch. with Monsoon tucked in along the rail. Gallorette, on the outside, moved past Monsoon rounding the turn, but Recce continued to lead almost to the top of the stretch. At that point. Recce dropped back and Monsoon came on again, as though to take up the burden, but the little gray fillv was unequal to the task. Arcaro had only to rouse Gallorette and she responded immediately, sailing into a daylight lead that she maintained without undue effort. Monsoon, who appears little larger than a pony beside her rival, continued gallantly through the final drive clown the long Belmont stretch, but her rather choppy action was no match for the ground-devouring strides of Gallorette. The Brann filly had placed second behind Col. Whitneys Jeep in a division of the Wood Memorial in her last appear- I I ance. The successful effort earned ,930 for the Brann coffers. The others in this Acorn, Bertie S„ Turnplate, Segula and Head Smart, never really threatened at any stage. Of this group, Segula had a little of early speed ! and Bertie S. finished fairly well.

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