Siama Upsets next Move in Acorn; Inseparable Neck Victor at Churchill: Annexes Challedon in Seasonal Debut, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-11


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- Siama Siama Upsets Upsets Next Next Move Move in in Acorn; Acorn; I I nseparable nseparable Neck Neck Victor Victor at at Churchill Churchill Annexes Challedon In Seasonal Debut 1 Hasty House Farm Gelding • Beats Fancy Flyer to Give Tra iner H. Trotsek Double By DON FAIR CHURCHILL DOWNS. Louisville, Ky., May 10. — Hasty House Farms Inseparable, who was making his first start since annexing the Louisville Handicap here last autumn, scored a mildly surprising victory today in the featured Challedon Purse. Smartly ridden by jockey Kenneth Church, Inseparable, a five-year-old gelded son of Unbreakable and Fairday, led for practically the entire seven furlongs and reached the finish a neck in advance of Carl Grahams hard-hitting Fancy Flyer. Slightly more than two lengths back, John Marschs Whirling Dough ran third, while Shady Brook Farms Clevelander was a steady-going fourth in the six-horse starting band. Inseparable triumph marked a double for jockey Church and trainer Harry Trotsek. That combination has been Very much in the picture during the Downs spring meet and Mrs. Trotseks silks were carried to a clever accounting by Hilda in the preceding event. Under the allowance conditions of the Challedon, Inseparable shouldered 116 pounds, which burden was four pounds less than that of Fancy Flyer, the starting high weight. Finding the muddy track to his advantage, the Hasty House Farm stakes winner completed his journey in 1:26% and, lightly regarded in the speculation, returned his backers 3.20 straight. Races in Middle of Track Clevelander had the highest speed away from the stalls, but Inseparable sprinted into command before going a furlong. He continued to show the way around the upper turn ami, after Almenow gave up the chase. Fancy Flyer moved up with a bold challenge. Inseparable was permitted to race in the middle of the track during the stretch run, while Fancy Flyer, who had the saddle services of the clever Angel Rivera, made his closing bid next to the inner rail. The two leaders engaged in a brisk duel when set down in the drive, with Inseparable lasting to hold Fancy Flyer safe. Whirling Dough, outrun until reaching the last quarter mile, closed resolutely "to get the show award by a length and one-half from Continued on Page Forty-Two JOCKEYROBERT LEE BAIRD— Churchill Downs riding star yesterday with three winners. Inseparable Makes Good In First Start of Year Beats Fancy Flyer Neck at Downs To Give Trainer Trorsek Double Continued from Page One Clevelander. Calumet Farms Plying Disc ran fifth, while Almenow gave way badly after his display of early foot and wound up last. Grissom Stables Sun Herod and the Argentine-bred Michigan m., who was scheduled to race coupled with Inseparable, were withdrawn early in the day due to changed track conditions. Baird made it a triple for the day when he piloted James Paddocks Lucky Dog to a driving victory in the six-furlong seventh race. A torrential rain that visited the Louisville area late last night and early this morning left the Derby strip in muddy condition. The threat of further showers this afternoon undoubtedly altered attendance, but a crowd of 8,000 regular patrons was out for the sport which was formful and interesting. Yellmantown, a member of the Breezy Crest Stable and one of the best sophomore prospects to show here this spring, won his second race in as many local starts in capturing the Equipoise Purse. Sent to the front by jockey Earl J. Knapp soon after the start of the secondary attraction, Yellmantown, a well-conformed son of Chicuelo and Graduation, easily out-sprinted his seven three-year-old rivals, scoring by five lengths. D. MacLanes Fancy Food finished second in the dash while Meadowbrook Stables Poltroon was along to take third honors by a wide margin over. McKay and Sullivans Star Pigeon, who lasted for fourth money. Yellmantown raced the six-furlong Equipoise distance over "the soft going in a creditable 1:13% and he could have easily bettered that mark had he been under pressure at any stage of the race. Yellmantown was the favorite and he was held at 9 to 10 in the straight "tote" pool. Jockey Robert Lee Baird completed a saddle double earlier in the afternoon when he won a popular decision in the seven-furlong second race astride R. Mullen, Jr.s, Juniors Hobby, then came back in the five-furlong third to score a well-deserved verdict with Herbert K. Stevens Donnie Lee.

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