Cranwoods Pictor Purse Draws Full Field Today: Snow Passes Likely Favorite Off Good Effort Opening Day, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-09


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Cranwoods Pictpr Purse Draws Full Field Today TodaySnow Snow Passes Likely Favorite Off Good Effort Opening Day By W A CRUSE CRUSEStaff Staff Correspondent CorrespondentCRANWOOD CRANWOOD PARK Warrensville Heights Ohio May 8 Although the early weekend eightrace card arranged for to ¬ morrow is dedicated entirely to platers of one type or other the competition it will bring about should be keen The best race on the card is for those with a 2500 to 2000 price tag and as such is carded as the sixth customary featured spot on an eightrace card It is entitled the Pictor and has a fivefurlong setting settingThe The seventh has also been awarded a title and is named the Youngstown honor ¬ ing a neighboring Ohio town This is for a flat 1000 claiming price and is for four yearolds and upward also but the setting is at six and onehalf furlongs Both fields have drawn a full starting field of eight with the maximum number on the also eligible list listThe The Pictor brings together such as Mrs M Pauls Dark Buckle the Southland Farms Snow Passes L B Lambs Jeanne H P Fischers Sea Weather A W Messer smiths Fleeting Rock the Dorchester Farms Neds Polly Mrs R E Houses Bluff Hal R Meyers Red Wheat D D Blauers Second Sight the A H Stables Grace Morse and J Levines My First Bid BidSnow Snow Passes turned in a good perform ¬ ance in her initial outing over the course The fiveyearold Time Passes mare is well regarded for her early foot and in the eighth race openingday took the lead going six and onehalf furlongs over a good band of allowance campaigners Prior to this race and in her last at the Charles Town meeting on closing day she was a head victor over the speedy Cherry Prelude who earned two sets of brackets during that session That was at four and onehalf furlongs and it is quite probable that she will show to excellent advantage in this group The field for the Youngstown includes E Cooneys Larkmead Lass L Pascals Be ¬ loved Miss H F Luers Silver Quest F Nadaline Jrs Ruling Time D B Jones Music Miss L Kutzlis Bill Monahan D D Blauers Nancys Moose C G Woolfords Leitersburg Mrs R S Evans Handle R Keiths Hywatch C F Bowies Check Me In and R Pools Pigeons Pal PalMusic Music Miss finished second to G N W McNaughtons Blue Holly in her first out ¬ ing at this meeting That day she was in ¬ stalled a 6 to 5 favorite and was beaten only a half length at the end of the seven furlongs She was however in tight quar ¬ ters as she was making her move into the short stretch and was forced to pull up a bit The fact that this affair is a sixteenth of a mile shorter should not in any way detract from her chances chancesShould Should the number of scratches warrant Check Me In getting into the race she could furnish the bone of contention In the fourth race last Wednesday the Seven Hearts mare was in trouble while going wide repeatedly for the six furlongs Yet she was beaten but two and onehalf lengths for it all

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