Andys Glory Annexes Fourth Purse of Suffolk Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-28


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I 1 I I I i I * . 1 t i i t | Andys Glory Annexes Fourth Purse of Suffolk Meeting SUFFOLK DOWNS, East Boston, Mass.. June 27. — Irving Gushens Andys Glory continues to prove a very useful sprinter and attested to his fitness this afternoon by taking his fourth victory in his last five starts to account for the best offering on a featureless card at Suffolk Downs. Charging determinedly through the final quarter mile of the six-furlong test for platers of the ,000 down to ,000 class, the son of Andy K. was timed in 1 : 11 % as he defeated J. Lobianoos Power Drunk by three parts of a length. Another three lengths back J. H. Carrs Swadelle was third with plenty to spare over W. F. Mannaghs Atom Ride Although the skies were very overcast al the beginning of the program, the patrons among the 10,282 in attendance who carried their rain coats and umbrellas had t discard them as the sun shone througl during the fourth race. The majority ol the crowd sent the gushing stallion post-I ward at the prohibitive odds of 7-10.

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