Galoot Proves Driving Winner at Garden State: Headley Colt Gets Up in Near Wire and Beats Isotope by Neck, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-10


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Galoot Proves Driving Winner at Garden State Headley Colt Gets Up in Near Wire and Beats Isotope by Neck GARDEN STATE PARK, Camden, N. Jā€ž May 9. ā€” Hal Price Headleys Galoot, a son of Pharamond TX, from the Black Toney mare. Miss Tony, proved a driving winner of todays featured offering here, the Laurel Springs Purse, at a mile and one-sjx-teenth. , Given strong handling by jockey James Stout in the stretch drive, Galoot was up in the final strides to win by a neck and going away from the pace-setting Isotope. The favored Dealer was another neck behind in third place and with no excuses. UilidiiilililiiiiiiflilUyii clear to make his bid but could not sustain It. Galoot was steadied early by Stout while steadily on the backstretch while Isotope steadily on the backstretch wile Isotope was racing the early speed horse. Joiner, into the ground. Isotope was a good two lengths in the clear a furlong out, and jockey Balzaretti went to the whip when challenged but could not stave off the rush of the Headley colt. The Laurel Springs marked the second win in the career of the three-year-old Galoot, who heretofore has been a colt "often thereabouts but seldom there." After a Florida campaign, he raced twice this spring at Jamaica with no success, but dropped down here a couple of weeks ago and served notice of Improving form by running third to Restless Waves and Dealer in his only previous outing here at the iliilrillfiiilBHBiH

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