Roy Registers Third Straight Victory of Suffolk Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-20


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Roy Registers Third Straight Victory of Suffolk Meeting STJFFOIiK DOWNS, East Boston, Mass., June 19. — Circle A Stables Roy won his | third straight victory and remained undefeated at Suffolk Downs this season by annexing the Woburn Purse at the direct expense of W. W. Waters Four Chances. A neck separated the pair at the end of the six furlongs, timed in 1:11% over the fast racing strip. Three lenghts back of the leaders, Mrs. J. M. Branhams Shadows Start was third, a head before G. S. Glad-neys Bernie Moose. Ideal weather prevailed here this afternoon as 8,382 patrons witnessed the sport. In the feature, the wagering was split between Roy, Bernie Moose and Shadows Start withj;he winner winding up a lukewarm choice to pay .60. Apprentice Charley Burr, successful with Roy, was "completing a double, having won the fourth event wtih Mrs. J. A. Grants Omar Boy.

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