Stout Rides Three Camden Winners: Guides Favored Tempting to Narrow Head Accounting in Top Offering on Program, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-23


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CLYDE-TROUTT — Saddled Grumpito for the latters winning performance in the Paul Bunyan Purse on yesterdays Lincoln Fields program. Stout Rides Three Camden Winners Guides Favored Tempting to Narrow Head Accounting in Top Offering on Program By WILLIAM PHILLIPS Staff Correspondent GARDEN STATE PARK, Camden, N. J., May 22. — The light blue and white silks of William G. Helis, Jr., garbed jockey Jimmy Stout as he scored his third victory of the afternoon here today in the featured sixth race astride Tempting. The three-year-old homebred miss drove to a head verdict in the six furlongs test over Mrs. T. M. Cochrans Fighting Buddy, with Cary C. Boshamers King Bud arriving third and two lengths farther behind. Tempting, the first winner sent out by trainer Frank Catrone for the large Helis establishment since Ennobled won here two weeks ago, was the first favorite to be sue? cessful this afternoon and. paid .80. Of more interest, and decidingly more exciting, was the victory tallied by Jimmy Stout in the third . contest with Savoy . Stables Fred R. He was forced to spin off the fastest five furlongs of this meeting to defeat Cary C. Boshamers Miss Nosoca by a scant nose, and registered the distance over a fast track in :58%, two-fifths of a second short of the track record set last year "by Lord Putnam. Fred R. Not Eligible to Stakes Fred R.,"a two-year-old colt by Requested and Judith M., is not eligible to any of the juvenile stakes to be presented here, but Miss Nosoca gained considerable stature as a threat in this Saturdays presentation of the 5,000 added Rancocas Stakes, designed exclusively for fillies. Despite the fact that Miss Nosoca had started but once and then finished behind Fred "St., she was made the favorite today, with Fred R. installed the second choice and paying .40. Stouts other triumph, astride David Coplins KaUuki in the first race, also was a second choice for the public and he paid .40. A crowd of 13,790 registered on the turnstiles, turning out in very warm and uncomfortably humid weather. In capturing the sixth race, Tempting was forced to gamely stretch out to her utmost. Stout had to take her lightly in hand while behind horses on the stretch turn, but then he found a narrow opening on the inside and sent her through to take the lead. Fighting Buddy circled on the outside and was coming strongly, but the gray filly kept going long enough to gain the decision.

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