Freddie Baum Victorious In Massilon at Cranwood: Cracker Girl, King Twig Form Daily Double Worth 62.20, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-21


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Freddie Baum Victorious In Massilon at Cranwood Cracker Girl, King Twig Form Daily Double Worth 62.20 CRANWOOD PARK, Warrensville Heighs, Ohio, May 20. — The attendance figures continue to hold up very well despite the seige of inclement weather and today, 3,535 fans were in attendance. The sun was conspicuous by its absence all day and a low fog has been wafting in all afternoon. N. Corbins Freddie Baum was returned the winner of the Massilon, the feature offering on the card. With Jockey Louis Olah in the saddle, the time for the seven panels was 1:28% over the muddy track and mildly respected in the wagering, returned a 2 mutuel. Four lengths in his wake was M. M. Dunaways= Foxy Boy which was three-quarters of a length in front of W. T. Fugates Montaera. Fourth in the eight-horse field was J. Levines Sun Goddness and the remainder were pretty well strung out. Jockey Buck Thornburg continues to add to his number of wins and rode a double on the card. In the opener the popular saddle-smith was aboard H. C. Beatys Cracker Girl, a surprise winner. Coupled with F. Nadalines King Twig in the second which had the riding services of ,Roy Head, the Daily Double combination of 8 and 2 was worth 62.20 the biggest pay-off at the meeting. Thorriburgs other victory came in the sixth when he pilote" the Bodnar Brothers Stables Plumelette to victory in the sixth race.

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