My Scarleg Wins Beulah Opener Over Sloppy Oval: Triggers 4.60 Daily Double As Cosmos Takes Second Race, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-07


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My Scarleg Wins Beulah Opener Over Sloppy Oval OvalTriggers Triggers 7460 Daily Double As Cosmos Takes Second Race RaceBy By W A CRUSE CRUSEBEULAH BEULAH PARK Grove City Ohio M 6 A heavy rain which has not let up sin early yesterday afternoon has left the rn ing strip in a veritable sea of mud a slop In addition to the wet conditions t weatherman supplied vnsTasonably c o weather As a result attendance figui dropped considerably in comparison to t upward trend evident the first two days the meeting meetingGeorge George DuPays My Scarleg and jock John Shoyat formed the victorious comb nation in the opener reaching the wire a easy three lengths in front of A A Ne Nedsig and apprentice jockey Eugene Er riis Another three lengths back was V Davis Wise Count and jockey Bobby Wa1 Wa1It It was the maiden victory for My Scai leg who had shipped here from Gulfstrear Park in Florida and the sophomore Alo Continued on Page FortyNine My Scarleg Wins Beulah Opener Over Sloppy Ovai OvaiTriggers Triggers 7460 Daily Double As Cosmos Takes Second Race RaceContinued Continued from Page One Oneter ter colt had tried 13 times this year As second choice to Wise Count who was fractious going postward and in the start ¬ ing gate My Scarleg returned 1100 The time for the 6 furlongs in the sloppy going was 119 C Cliftons Cosmos and the veteran sad dlesmith Arthur Craig won the second affair It was the first start of the year for the sevenyearold Cosmic Bomb gelding and on this rainy afternoon he was easily the best of Mary Semlers Proud Ruby and apprentice Eugene Ennis while completing the 7460 Daily Double a 78 sequence sequenceWood Wood Lily owned by J Greathouse and trained by T H Stevens found the win ¬ ners circle after the third race He gained a head verdict over G R Whites Manda gal It was the third start of the year for the juvenile daughter of Count Speed Duchess Anita AnitaH H Rutters Jack Jay showed his prefer ¬ ence for the sloppy going and was a length the best of J L Sadlers Witching in the fourth race Another veteran of the saddle Miles Mike Murphy piloted the aged Lookout Boss gelding and was clocked six furlongs in 116 A 2 win ticket was worth 720

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