Nile Lily Registers Popular Triumph In Norwich Purse on Jamaica Program: Scampers Over Finish Line With Four Lengths to Spare Over Superb; West Is Third, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-07


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Nile Lily Registers Popular Triumph In Norwich Purse on Jamaica Program Scampers Over Finish Line With Four Lengths to Spare Over Superb WesHsThird WesHsThirdBy By BOB HORWOOD HORWOODJAMAICA JAMAICA L I N Y May 6 Taking the track at the start and coasting to the wire Cain Hoy Stables Nile Lily registered a popular triumph in the Norwich Purse With Pete Anderson having his feet in the dashboard through the final furlong the Roman filly reached the wire four lengths before Merrick Stables Superb who led Mrs C J Moscarellis West by a little more than two lengths R H Abercrombies Bless Pat was almost three lengths out of the money while C T Chenerys Scansion finished fifth Scansions saddle slipped Leonard did a good job of staying aboard Nile Lily paid 380 after getting the sloppy e furlongs in 112 112A A throng of 17577 turned out to view the moderate program in dismal cold rainy weather weatherNile Nile Lily is a dark bay fouryearold d a u g h t e r of Roman Azalea by Sun Teddy who was bred by Joe Metz She was scoring her third victory in six starts this year while in 1957 she won six of her 14 starts i iAnderson Anderson who has been riding very little at this meeting sent Nile Lily to the front j from her inside stall at the start of the Norwich West tried to run with her but was unable to keep up with the flying win ¬ ner though a couple of lengths before Bless Pat who was closely followed by First Ask ¬ ing Scansion and Superb the four round ¬ ing the far turn as a team teamNile Nile Uly continued to splash along day ¬ light in the van with West continuing in closest pursuit to the stretch where Superb moved past her and set sail fcr the leader At this point Scansions saddle slipped while Bless Pat and First Asking appeared to have enough of the sloppy footing Nile Lily added to her lead with every effortless stride through the stretch and Anderson took her under a snug hold in the final strides Superb was unable to menace the Roman filly but was easily best of the others othersSurging Surging up on the outside with his head held high Mrs Ethel D Jacobs Wesley Smiley captured the Davis Park Purse a highpriced claimer by a half length over Pastorale Stables Ever Best who tried to steal the 1 116 milestest Fred J Thomp ¬ 1 sons Writer finishing on the inside rail was a length farther back and another half length before Mrs Wallace Gilroys Timely Bull Herman Browns favored Made Out completed the small field arid slipped and slid in the sloppy footing for much of the way Ismael Valenzuela rode Wesley Smiley who paid 850 and was teletimed in 145 Rokeby Stables Paris Picnic and Alfred G Vanderbilts Ever So Humble won the first two sprints for a 4620 Daily Double Paris Picnic who had never raced with a claiming tag was haltered for 4000 by I Nanuet Farm The threeyearold daughter of County Delight who had finished sec ¬ ond at the Middleburg Hunt in April paid 960 straight after Sidney Cole nursed her herContinued Continued on Page FortyThree Nile Lily Gains Popular Victory on Jamaica Card CardHits Hits Finish Line Four Lengths Before Superb West Runs Third ThirdContinued Continued from Page One Oneto to the finish of 6 furlongs in i 14 a half length before Watkins Joy It was four and a half lengths back lo Great Party PartyEver Ever So Humble who gave Vander Vanderbilts bilts cerise and white diamonds their first firstNew New York triumph since Aug 1 1956 vas vashustled hustled to the finish of the second race raceby by Eric Guerin a length before Nagging NaggingKate Kate Couturier was a little more than thantwo two lengths farther back and a neck be fore Chalme Ever So Humble a juvenile juveniledaughter daughter of Stone Age Grass Shack by Polynesian byPolynesian paid 780 and was timed in 100 1 for the 5 panels panelsTrainer Trainer John C Lawrence who is hav ¬ ing his best meeting in same years took the third race with his own Spree who scored by four easy lengths under appren ¬ tice William A Peake Swagger Stick was such second as there was another two and onehalf lengths before Lucky Sis while the favored Battle Haven was a nose out of the money and never threatened Spree paid 960 and required 113 for the 6 furlongs

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