Whopping 52.60 Double Registered at Wheeling: Outsiders Jean Ann H., Winsboro Return Dividends to 19 Players, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-02


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► ■ : ■ Whopping 52.60 Double Registered af Wheeling Outsiders Jean Ann H., Winsboro Return Dividends to 19 Players By J. J. IIAIIN , • WHEELING DOWNS, Wheeling. W. Va.. May 1. — A pair of outsiders, J. M. Bryans Jean Ann H., ridden by Tommy ONeil, and Mrs. Mary Robinsons Winsboro, under the guidance of Joe DAugustino, won the first and second races, respectively, here, this beautiful spring afternoon and 19 members of the "knodc-down-the-favorite" club who supported the 5-6 combination in the Daily Double event received the good return of 52.60, largest of the current season. Jean Ann H., a three-year-old daughter of Littletown— Flighty Lady, who did not race as a two-year-old, was making the second appearance in her racing career in the 5 furlongs first number. Showing high speed from, the start of the dash, she made every post a winning one. Although faltering, near the end, she had enough left to stall off the uncoming Lace Pic to win by little more than a length. Charissa, the favorite, was a length to the rear of the second horse and saved the show by a nose from Listenwood, who was also closing boldly near theend. The winner paid 3.60. Winsboro, a five-year-old altered son of Alquest — Festivities, who failed to win a race last year in an even dozen starts and who failed to show anything in his first two outings here this season, came from far out of it win the second race going away. He registered by -1 Yz lengths from Defenseless who served as the public choice. Do It Now,, the early leader, was third. Winsboro paid 6.40. Another outsider copped the 6V2 furlongs third race when T-Bob came from behind to down T. V. Bound, Easter Bunriy and four others. Nick Fernicola rode the winner, who paid 2.40. The parade of beaten favorites continued with the running of the fourth, another at 6/2 furlongs, when Elrusa made a show of her field under Ben Hewitt and returned a 1,00 mutuel. Thy Delight finished second and Briar Patch was third.-Sis-King was made the choice here but finished last in the seven-horse field. Hewitt scored his second victory- on the program when he won with Atesa in the fifth, defeating Tint Expose by a comforta-his two lengths. Tint Expose saved tie place from Navy Brat. Atesa was the fourth choice and paid .00.

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