Risky Betty in Seventh Win Of Year for Samuel J. Brown: Drives to Length Accounting Over Tawny Lady at Detroit In Featured Jackson Purse, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-28


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Risky Betty in Seventh Win Of Year for Samuel J Brown Drives to Length Accounting Over Tawny Lady at Detroit In Featured Jackson Purse PurseFAIR FAIR GROUNDS Detroit Mich May 27 Risky Betty a Riskulus filly who races for Samuel J Brown of Detroit and who had accounted for six of 15 races this year moved up a notch in class to add another purse to her winnings when she drove to a one length tally in the Jackson Claiming Purse that brought together the best field on the program at this course today Well rated in third place back of the early pace of Valdina Craft by apprentice Jimmy Stewart Risky Betty took command in the stretch when Valdina Craft quit abjectly then had enough left to hold safe Mrs Marion Bartons Tawny Lady the favorite A length and a half farther back She Didnt was a fast finishing third for Arthur J Halliwell as she drove between horses to earn the final payoff berth Risky Betty was making her seasonal debut at this course and was overlooked in the wagering to return 2300 as she was timed in 111 111Valdina Valdina Craft Falters Suddenly SuddenlyValdina Valdina Craft was sent to the front shortly after the start and was followed most closely by Carpet Sweep as Stewart bided his time next in line On the bend Valdina Craft opened a fourlength lead as he saved ground around the turn where Carpet Sweep and Risky Betty were both asked for speed Carpet Sweep had found her task of forcing the pace too severe and she did not respond when called upon but Risky Betty moved around Valdina Craft as the furlong marker was reached Once OnceContinued Continued n Pace Three Risky Betty in Seventh Win of Year at Detroit DetroitSamuel Samuel J Brown Racer Drives Home Length BeforeTawny Lady LadyContinued Continued from Page One Oneheaded headed Valdina Craft stopped suddenly to bring up the rear at the finish line and Risky Betty was able to draw clear She neded this advantage for Tawny Lady who was forced to go around the outside to make her bid closed with a rush that saw her reducing the lead of the winner at each stride stridePerfect Perfect weather was offered to the 9054 patrons who were on hand to witness the sport which saw favorites sharing honors with outsiders about equally in the early races racesNovice Novice rider L C Cook rode his first winner of the season and the second of his career when lie was fortunate to get home with M J McDonalds Did Play in the first race confined to novice riders The winner was sent through on the inside when White Heels who was in command went very wide on the stretch turn and carried out the favored Propelled Both of these lost whatever chance they might have had and the winner took advantage of the gap to draw clear and then held safe the fast finishing Aguilucho as third went to Sandy James in a tight fit fitNovice Novice Cook is a brother to apprentice William McKinley Cook who graduated from the Detroit Jockey School last year and went on to earn considerable success in open competition competitionDid Did Play was overlooked in the wagering and returned 2940 to start a Daily Double worth 17020 when the lavored Wise Won ¬ der accounted for the second race Here Cecelia Wood was second and Chillia Queen third This race was marred some ¬ what when Salignac ridden by Gerald Porch and racing well back moved up oh horses heels inside the quarter pole and tossed her rider who suffered a fracture of the left leg legSteve Steve Chris sent out a likely looking two yearold filly named Solaris in the five furtongs third race and the daughter of Fairaris dominated the running to lope to a convincing three and onehalf lengths tally over ten maidens of her sex and age It was her first start

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