Kosmos Gal Makes Good At Maumee Downs Course: Robert Venne Forges to Front in Jockey Race Aboard Vincent Miss, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-07


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i i iKosmos Kosmos Gal Makes Good At Maumee Downs Course CourseRobert i I Robert Venne Forges to Front in Jockey Race Aboard Vincent Miss MissBy By T J MULLIGAN MAITMEE DOWNS Maumee Ohio May 6 Kosmos Gal owned and conditioned by C R Welch made good in the first race on this afternoons card after three previous unsuccessful attempts at this course Jock ejr Jack Robertson got his mount off alert ¬ ly sent her up to take command neanng the final elbow then was looking back through the stretch The daughter of Bull Run registered an easy fpurlength victory at the expense of Teri Star who races in the partnership of William Edwards and Robert Guicardo Jr The f a v o re d Cold Wave who flaunted the silks ol Mr and Mrs G N Schuele was beaten two and onehalf lengths for the place wardf Kos strip arid paid 700 straight Ayjay a bay son of Jay out of Judy Jones jointly owned by Laws and Allois and conditioned by B Laws eked out a halflength decision over L Wilsons Buds Baby in the second event with H Pan cottis Stormy Petrel finishing in the show spot Ayjay under the perseverance of jockey Raymond Royston returned 1180 and traveled the six panels in 118 Kos ¬ mos Gal and Ayjay made up a 6640 Daily Double payoff payoffJockey Jockey Robert Venne forged to the front in tlje torrid battle for leading riding hon ¬ ors When he successfully piloted Arnold Liebermans threeyearold chestnut filly Vincent Miss to victory in the third race on the menu This win gives Venne 13 to date and puts him one in front of jockey Kenny Robertson who was showing the way to his fellow riders up until today at Maumee Downs Vincent Miss was a pair of lengths to the fore of Edwards fc Guci ardos Battle Site whose margin for the place money was one length over the fa ¬ vored Jinx Dandy from the barn of R F Neymeyer The daughter of Vincentive re ¬ turned 1160 and completed the five and onehalf furlongs in 111 111Venne Venne hustled his mount to the fore at once kept her to her task when she began to show sings of loafing after entering the home lane and urged her steadily until she crossed the wire the winner Jockey Kenny Robertson astride Battle Side elected to keep his mount under restraint the early part of the contest then applied his whip freely approaching the final turn as Battle Site moved up strongly but was unable to catch the winner

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