24.60 Daily Double Registered at Maumee: Jackey Venne Gets Another Win with Sno-Abe in the Dude Ourse, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-06


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» — APPRENTICE ROBERT NONO— Rode both ends of the 68.60 Doily Double at Sportsmans-Park yesterday, with Dudes Belle and Royal Flyer being successful. 24.60 Daily Double Registered at Maumee Jockey Venne Gets Another Win With Sno-Abe in The Dude Purse By T. J. MULLIGAN MAUMEE DOWNS. Maumee. Ohio, May 5.— The sun shone brightly at Maumee Downs this afternoon but plenty of topcoats were in evidence and cold breezes whistled through the plant. A "good" track prevailed for the mediocre eight-race program presented for the estimated washday crowd of 3,300 who braved the chilly weather. Alas Alacrity, winner of the opener, and Sir Walter R., who won the second race, made up the winning Daily Doble combination that paid 24.60 to the holder of these ducats. Alas Alacritjv an invader from Ascot Park, scored an easy triumph in the curtain raiser, and. overlooked in. the wagering, returned 6.80, 2.00 and .80 across the board. Jockey Fred Van Skyke was aboard the light bay daughter of Wind Continued on Page Forty-Six 24.60 Daily Double Registered at Maumee Jockey Venne Gets Another Win With Sno-Abe in The Dude Purse Continued from Page One Break whose margin was 3 lengths over J. V. Churches Joel Chaseman. C. A. Bachmans Ante Bellum finished two and one-half lengths in arrears of the Churches colorbearer.. Ladies Time was eased when hopelessly beaten. Jockey Robert Venne, astride Sno-Abe, who won the third race, an allowance test titled The Dude, boosted his total to 10 wins at the meeting, placing him in a tie for second leading riding honors and only a pair behind jockey Kenny Robertson who is top rider at the moment. Sno-Abe was making the second start of his career having only raced once at this oval last year and this was his first appearance Jiere this season. The son -ef Snow Whirl registered an easy victory being four lengths at the wire before Q. W. Johnsons Even Fief. The latter showed a neck in front of Mrs. H. K. -Kmiecs Domino Do. Our Light, who was installed as the favorite in this test, could do no better than fifth in the eight-hoVse field. Gee Burton, who finished last, was making the first start of his racing career. The Darby Darius offspring raced greenly and was eased with hopelessly beaten. J. Fry Owns conditioned the winner who negotiated the 5?2 furlongs in 1:11% over a "good" track. Sir Walter R., an eleven-year-old gelding owned and conditioned by the accomplished horsewoman Iva Mae Parrish, was victorious in the second race under the capable handling of veteran jockey Franklin Shaeffer. Sir Walter R., neglected somewhat in the wagering, paid 4.20. Deny Krauses First Swing was a pair of lengths behind the winner and IV2 lengths in advance of F. M. Ashbys favored Equidash. JIM and 1 iV .t j 11

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