Ken Robertson Pilots Game Blue to Victory: Beats with I May Two Lengths in Maumee Allowance Offering, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-01


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Ken Robertson Pilots Game Blue to Victory Beats Wish I May Two Lengths In Maumee Allowance Offering By T. J. MULLIGAN MAUMEE DOWNS, Maumee. Ohio, April 30.— Jockey Kenny Robertson, leading reinsman at the Maumee Downs meeting, chalked up his twelfth saddle victory when he piloted Game Blue, an altered son of Ariel Game, jointly owned by William Edwards and Robert Guciardo, to a two-length victory in the Perrysburg, an allowance test for th--ee- and four-year-olds in the third race on the agenda. F. Bleckes Wish I May finished second, a short head before G. H. Gebler Jr.s Our Light. The winner negotiated the 5Vs furlongs in 1:09% over a track termed "fast" but still a trifle "dull" and returned .00 straight. Wish I May and Our Light were co-favorites in the wagering at 27-to-10. The winner alternated forcing and setting the pace with Son George the first half mile then Robertson moved away on the outside at Continued on. Page Forty-Fhe I Ken Robertson Pilots Game Blue to Victory Beats Wish I M*ay Two Lengths * In Maumee Allowance Offering •i Continued from Page One the final elbow and Under his usual hustling tactics held on with good energy to the wire while Son George who dueled with him in the early stages weakened from his efforts. . Bill Jubb. performing in the silks of C. Danyo, showed vast improvement in the opening race when he was one and one-half lengths in advance of J. E. Fresh-waters Hugo Promotion at the end of the 5 panels. Barley C. was two and one-half lengths in arrears of the favored Hugo Promotion. Bill Jubb who was beaten off in his last on a slow track, returned 6.40 to the few in the crowd who purchased tickets on him. Jockey William Hubbard did the booting.

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