Shan Pac Travels 7 Furlongs in 1:22; Jockos Walk Takes Port Washington: Draws off at Will on Field of Honor, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-02


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Shan Shan Pac Pac Travels Travels 7 7 Furlongs Furlongs in in 1:22; 1:22; J Jocko ockos sWalkTakes Wa I k Ta kes Port Port Washington Washington Draws Off at Will On Field of Honor Favored Beam Rider Third In Jamaica Event; Double Disqualification in Sixth By BOB HORWOOD JAMAICA, L. I., N. Y., May 1.— Drawing out in the stretch with a world of authority, Jacques D. Wimpfheimers Jockos Walk won todays featured Port Washington Handicap by a little more than three lengths over Mrs. Jan Burkes pacemaking Field of Honor, King Ranchs favored Beam Rider finished fast to be less than a length farther back in third place, while Ogden Phipps* Bureaucracy was a tiring fourth, a little more than a length out of the money. Eldon Nelson rode Jockos Walk, who stepped the 1 1-16 miles in 1:43%, precisely the same time in which .he was beaten six lengths in last Saturdays Excelsior Handicap. The four-year-old son of Billings — Barracoon, by Helio-polis, returned 1.70 to his followers in the crowd of 22,774 that turned out in occasionally sunny weather. Bobby Ussery hustled Field of Honor into command coming out of the gate at the start of the feature, while Nelson sent Jockos Walk up to be lapped on the gray colt in the run around the clubhouse turn and into the backstretch. Infantry was a fairly close third for a little more than a quarter mile, then dropped back, while Bureaucracy moved up. Beam Rider was last, though not far away, for the first half mile and began to move up on the outside nearing the end of the backstretch. At that point. Field of Honor appeared to try to bear out and Ussery was seen to tap the gray colt beside the head. Deadlocked on Final Turn In the run around the turns to the stretch. Field of Honor and Jockos Walk raced as a team, several lengths before Bureaucracy and Infantry, who were followed by Beau Diable. Beam-Rider and Roscoe Maney. Field of Honor appeared to be going a little faster than the ultimate winner until the final turn, where he again tried to bear out. As they straightened away for the run to. the wire. Jockos Walk took command without too much effort and drew away abruptly leaving the furlong pole. As he moved away from Field of Honor, Jockos Walk dropped in on the rail, but was already clear of his rival. Through the final furlong, Jockos Walk drew away wtih every stride, while Field of Honor was hard-pressed to save second money from the fast-finishing Beam Rider, who was still in sixth place at the furlong pole. Bureaucracy hung at the end, while Infantry finished a close fifth, before Beau Diable and Roscoe Maney. A double disqualification that required stewards 22 minutes of deliberation and study of the patrol films to determine followed the New Dorp Purse, sixth event. M. Mac Schwebels Loukenmac won the 6 furlongs dash by -a head over Mrs. Charles Costanzos Red Cadet, who led Reginald N. Websters Viscount by another head. It was two more lengths back to Fox-catcher Farms Gelio. while Keswick Stables Informant finished sixth, beaten seven lengths. After the race, Eddie Arcaro, who rode Informant, claimed foul against Bcbby Ussery, rider of the winner, while Frank Lovato, who rode Gelio, lodged an objection against Eric Guerin, pilot of Viscount. Loukenmac was disqualified and placed last, while Viscount was also placed out of the money. In the revised placings. Red Cadet 3.70 was the winner, Gelio was placed second, third money went to Jujitsu, who finished fifth, while Informant was placed fourth. The stewards had little trouble deciding to disqualify Viscount for bearing over to the rail in front of Gelio in the upper stretch. Gelio actually- hit the fence just above the eighth pole. It required prolong study of the films to determine that Ussery had hit Arcaro and Informant with Continued on Page Forty-One Jockos Walk Victorious In Port Washington Purse Draws Off Easily in Closing Stages to Beat Field of Honor |. """ Continued on Poge Fifty-Two I his whip, after that pair had seemed to lay on Loukenmac rounding the final turn I and in the upper stretch. Ussery was trying to get; out to pass Red Cadet and eventually made decidedly illegal use of his whip to get Arcaro and Informant out of his way. King Ranchs Eton Blue, ridden by Norman Cox, and Mrs. Walter Kelleys Ru-Mar, steered -by Mike Sorrentino, com-| piled a 40.40 Daily Double. Eton Blue had no great- trouble scoring by two lengths over Village Idiot, who led Our Pally other four lengths at the end of 6 furlongs in 1:12. Eton Blue, who had finished ond once in seven previous starts and was unplaced for his seasonal debut a week ago, paid 6.60 straight, j Bon-Ru-Mar ran down the pacemaking ; Nanette to take the second: event by a little more than a length over Hidt-Ann, who led Falcula another two lengths. Moun-itain Holly, who spilled Jack Leonard in the post parade, finished almost a length out of the money, followed by Nanette. After stepping the iya miles in a sluggish 1:54 te. Bon-Ru-Mar paid straight, j The more experienced Bobby Ussery out-maneuvered apprentice William A. Peake in the third event, allowing the youngster o drive J. S. Kroeses Tagama into command at the five-sixteenths pole, then [surging up with Prize Purchase in the stretch to outfinish his weary rival by a half length. Prize Purchase was bought by Hadlis Farm from BUI Markey shortly before the 5 furlongs dash. Abe Levinsons Apple J5py was almost two lengths back of i the runner-up and three-quarters of a length before A. G. Vanderbilts Ever So Humble, who raced wide at the final bend. Prize Purchase, a- chestut daughter of Piet, paid .40. Lucien Laurin, who developed her, and Charlie Reynolds, who [assumes her direction, collaborated in saddling the miss for this race., Foxcatcher Farms Lopar, who was good enough to finish second to Idun in- last years Frizette Stakes, made an auspicious return to action in the fourth event, overcoming trouble at the head of the stretch to close with a powerful rush and score by two lengths over Edward M. OBriens Spar Maid. Cain Hoy Stables Deep Blue Sea was a neck farther back and a length before Maine Chance Farms pacemaking Opera Date. Frank Lovato rode Lopar, who paid .50 and required l:123,s for the 6 furlongs.

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