Boycotter Holds Lead Throughout; Evelyn Miss Outsprints Pimlico Foes: Fancies Sloppy Strip In Paterson Purse; Neuman Colt Two and Half Lengths Clear of Favored Lord Gregor at Garden State, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-07


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J O H N M c S H A I N The firsttime firsttimestarter starter Merry Will carried his Barclay BarclayStable Stable colors to victory in yesterdays yesterdaysfifth fifth race at Garden State Park Boycotter Holds Lead Throughout Evelyn Miss Outsprints Pimlico Foes FanciesSloppyStrip In Paterson Purse PurseNeuman Neuman Colt Two and Half Lengths Clear of Favored Lord Gregor at Garden State StateBy By FRED GALIANI GALIANIGARDEN GARDEN STATE PARK Camden N J May 6 Dave Neumans Boycotter who splashed his way to a neck victory over a muddy strip in his last race at Gulfstream Park caught a thoroughly sloppy track here this afternoon and promptly ran off to win the featured Paterson Purse Leading from end to end the threeyear old colt splashed his way to the wire two and onerhalf lengths before Melvin Schlos bergs favored Lord Gregor who was a half length before George Bills Jrs Gray Flyer FlyerManuel Manuel Gonzalez handled the three yearbid son of By Jimminy or More Sun out of Malcontent and those in the rain soaked crowd of 14810 who backed him at cotter 145 to cover the mile and I yards of the feature featureBoycotter Boycotter had started 10 times previously to today and this afternoon was winning his fourth race of the campaign He had been close in other races and competed I competedI against top flight claimers in Florida sincethe Hain which has fallen every day since the meeting opened continued unabated unabatedi i throughout the entire day causing discom ¬ fort to the fans arid making the racing quagmirei strip a yellow quagmire BacksrrerchI Field Trophy Yields on Backsrrerch There wasnt much to the Paterson Boy cotter was hnstiprf nf w never was threatened thereafter The fa could never make any inroads on the lead ¬ ers margin and at that was lucky to save second money from Gray Flyer who came from put of the ruck to enter contention finislior hadfinislior Joseph o Cudones Flower Picture who had u mu in utrr two previous starts in Maryland scored an cnt upcnt it up v iic JLIIIUW m m second msecond DoubleTlower for a 11260 Daily Double Tlower Picture was an outsider in the first and paid 3140 after splashing her way through the rain over the sloppy track in 114 Gayle L Smith got Flower Pic ¬ ture to the leadIn the stretch and kept her going to score over Modan Stables Faults who closed strongly on the leader but ran out of ground Ruth E Dittmars Yusuf finished third thirdOne One Throw who relishes off going caught a track to his liking and the nine yearold gelding scored a handy victory before E P McDaniels Turkish Gold It took the Some Chance offspring 155 to cover the mile and an eighth under Joe Culmone Ronald Stables Next Please fin ¬ ished third Like the first winner One Throw had raced twice in Maryland before coming here but had been unplaced in both efforts One Throw returned 820 straight straightKidnap Kidnap Goes to the Front FrontA A front runner had all the best of it in the third race when E J and E L Olts Kidnap went to the front after the break and increased his margin for a three length triumph over F Tanners Rock Dozer Kidnap paid 2120 for his second score of the year and was ridden by Larry Gilligan His previous triumph came last month at Gulfstream Park ParkJouett Jouett S named for Jouett Shouse the prominent Washington D C owner and breeder reeled off 5 furlongs in 101 to take the fourth event which was for two yearold claimers Jouett S races for Mrs Bernie Bond whose husband trains for Shouse The winner coupled with George Garretts Bonzo paid 5 as the choice and scored by a length and a half before Chas mar Stud Farms Chasmar Flash Bonzo came along for third in the abbreviated heat Joe Culmone notched a double for himself with his triumph on Jouett S

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