Pan Lowers Record at Sportsmans: Black Powder Ties Mark for Half Mile, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-03


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Pan Lowers Record at Sportsmans Black Powder Ties Mark for Half Mile Denemark Horse Posts 1 For 6 Furlongs; Fieselman Boots Home Four Winners By Staff Correspondent SPORTSMANS PARK, Cicero, 111.. May 2. — The second track record of the day was smashed when Pan, a black five-year-old owned by Emil Denemark Jr., raced 6 furlongs in 1:11% on this chilly afternoon to win the sixth race on the bill. The son of Alibhai clipped one-fifth second from the record set by Dr. Joe Kay yesterday and won by four lengths from Gran Fino, while Ali O-K, stablemate of the winner, finished third. Black Powder, another black-hued racer, had equalled the standard for a half-mile earlier in the afternoon. Jockey Jack Fieselman rode his second winner of the afternoon on Pan, who. paid .00. Fieselman had four winners before the day was out, also scoring with Bay Boy in the seventh and Mr. Hash in the eighth. The favorites came marching- home ih the early races today, winning five of the first six events. They missed only in the fifth.race when Ornum was beaten by Miss Rowdy in the closing strides. Gran Fino, an outsider, went to the front in the forepart of the sixth and showed the way down the backstretch, with Pan in closest attendance. Fieselman sent the Denemark runner to the front nearing the stretch run and the issue was never in doubt thereafter. Gran Fino was doing his best to hold Ali O-K, who came from behind. The attendance was 8,647 and the track was fast. Standard Set Last Spring Black Powder, a Nebraska-bred two-year-old, equaled the half-mile track record today when he ran the distance in :46?5 in winning the third race. The standard was set by Flashy Token last spring. It marked the third victory in succession for- the altered son of Powdered Milk — Classic Under, who was bred by and races for Owner Hill of Omaha. -Two of Black Powders triumphs were registered at this meeting and the other at Oaklawn Park. Black Powder, the favorite, paid .00 and trimmed Miss Eva by one and one-half lengths,-with Garrison being third. Black Powder was the third straight favorite to win. He was ridden by Willie Collier. Chalalor, piloted by John Sellers, took the first race, and Page Two, with Leonard Richardson up, won the second. The Daily Double paid 0.00. The opener was at 6 furlongs, an daf ter Angels Delight had cut out the early pace, closely followed by Hesarocket, the pair displayed signs of fatigue in the stretch and Chalalor came from behind to get the money, although being pressed at the end by Mary Alice B., who finished second. Page Two also came from behind. The four-year-cld broke in front in the 6 1-2 furlongs contest, but Rose Ellen went out to set the pace, closely followed by Mr. Nuisance. The fourth straight public choice was victorious when Voorhees Arab, ridden by Continued on Page Fortr-Three Pan Lowers Sportsmans Park Six Furlongs Track Standard Continued from Page Seven Jack Fieselman, led all the way in the 6 1-2 furlongs fourth. Cap Merrick, although bearing out on the turns, was good enough to be second and Argufy was third. Miss Rowdy won her second straight purse at the meeting when she came from behind to catch the favored Ornum at the wire in the fifth. The distance was 1 mile, and Ornum, after following the pace of Superscript closely, took command in the stretch, but Miss Rowdy came fast in the middle of the track to catch him. Jockey Willie Collier made; it a double for the day by .riding,. the winner,, „ . ,

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