Boycotter Holds Lead Throughout; Evelyn Miss Outsprints Pimlico Foes: Overhauls Royal Holiday in Slop; Homebred Gains Two-Length Edge Under Chambers Fine Ride; Blue and White Third, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-07


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Boycotter Holds Lead Throughout Evelyn Miss Outsprints Pimlico Foes Overhauls Royal Holiday in Slop SlopHomebred Homebred GainsTwoLength Edge Under Chambers Fine Ride Blue and White Third ThirdBy By PALMER HEAGERTY HEAGERTYPIMLICO PIMLICO Baltimore Md May 6 Wat ¬ son Elliotts Marylandbred Evelyn Miss rallied from off the pace to score a driv ¬ ing twolength victory in this afternoons featured Belvedere Purse at Pimlico In second position was Granger Menef ees Royal Holiday who was another two lengths before Lester G Robinsons Blue and White WhiteRaw Raw wet weather prevailed for the sec ¬ ond days sport at the Maryland Jockey Club course and a small crowd of 8367 re ¬ sulted Evelyn ACiss a fiveyearold daugh ter of British Buddy Miss Kalola re ¬ turned 840 after splashing 6 furlongs through the slop in 1H under appren ¬ tice Art Chambers f fEvelyn Evelyn Miss was favorably treated by the manner in which the race developed with Lawrence E Jones favored Nayan tara and Royal Holiday staging a merry duel for the lead Chambers was content to save ground with Evelyn Miss on the turn then called on his mount for a rally rallyUnder Under urging after being sent outside Evelyn Miss showed a fine response to wear down the leaders and increase her advantage through the final strides thus gaining her second success of the season Royal Holiday responded to pressure but his efforts in staying with Nayantara took too much from him and he proved no match for the winner winnerYoungster Youngster Accepts First Mount MountWilliam William The Kid Boniface 16year old son of Bill Boniface racing editor of the Suhpapers in Baltimore realized a lifelong ambition when he accepted his first mount in competition in todays sec ¬ ond race After having learned the rudi ¬ ments on the Maryland halfmilers the youngster joined trainer Jimmy Jones and the Calumet Farm string in Florida last fall He returned to Baltimore along with the Kentucky Derby winner Tim Tarn and immediately accepted his first mount astride Bonita Stables Redland Rose who finished llth in the second race Winner of the event was Matt Cremens Infonlea who paid 1140 and completed a 52 Daily Double for those who coupled him with Francis Brays firstrace winner Dizzys Lad LadFavorites Favorites accounted for both of the two yearold races on the program Herbert M SmaUeys Florence H taking the third race over 7500 claimers and Harold Folks Eretria whipping maiden fillies in the fourth event Florence H was ridden by Freddie Kratz and paid 8 and Eretria was a more pronounced choice returning only 460 after having been hustled home by Karl Korte KorteMrs Mrs Lawrence Vaniers Willing Don scored a longshot victory in the sixth race rallying from far back to wear down Mrs 3 Bowes Bonds heavily favored Pancho Villa by a neck after 6 furlongs in 114 Vs Third in this dash was Mrs Henry A Parr ms Limoges Willing Don was ridden by the veteran Jimmy Lynch and paid 3820

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