Ich Bin Carries Off Pimlico Honors: Hineman Juvenile Fashions Own Pace; Peeping Tom Runs Second Before Deucie as Choice; Raw Weather Affects Gate, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-08


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Ich Bin Gdrries Off Pimlico Honors Hineman Juvenile Fashions Own Pace PacePeeping Peeping Tom Runs Second Before Deucie as Choice Raw Weather Affects Gate GateBy By PALMER HEAGERTY HEAGERTYPIMLICO PIMLICO Baltimore Md May 7 Gain ¬ ing his second victory in three starts Ed ¬ win S Hinemans Ich Bin a homebred son of I Am this afternoon score a twolength victory over Ella K Brysons Bowie Breed ¬ ers winner Peeping Tom in the featured Gwynns Falls Purse at Pimlico Finishing third in the 5 furlongs juvenile event was George A Garretts Deucie who was three and onehalf lengths farther back backThe The Gwynns Falls matched a field of eight twoyearolds all of whom have been winners in Maryland this spring Ich Bin well handled by Bennie Green competed the distance in 101 over a sloppy track and paid 920 as the second choice in the wide open affair Inclement weather continued to plague this three dayold meeting and attendance was held to 8879 patrons who again braved a steady drizzle and raw wirids Ich Bin who has yet to catch a fast track assumed command soon after the start and was joined by Peeping Tom be ¬ fore leaving the backstretch The Bryson colt dropped slightly off the leader on the turn then rejoined him nearing the stretch Ich Bin proved equal to the clial lange while forcing his rival wide then drew clear through the straightaway straightawayFoils Foils to Moke Up Ground GroundDeucie Deucie made a strong run from the out ¬ side leaving the backstretch but failed to make up ground thereafter She managed to last for third money by a half length over Flamingo Farms Old Timer TimerDespite Despite the condition of the track fa ¬ vorites and near favorites dominated the action during the afternoon the lone ex ¬ ception being Joseph Strauss Red Arrow who paid 2980 after winning the fourth race in a comefrombehind effort effortSteve Steve Brooks unable to reach the win ¬ ners circle during the first two days of the meeting made the grade in the third race today astride Mrs Milton Erlangers Wait for It a 560 favorite Wait for It a son of Wilwyn winner of the Washington D C International Inaugural was gradu ¬ ating after six starts in this country and was three lengths clear after 5 furlongs in VjjO9 The other moriey horses were Joseph Nechamkins Frank Again and Clemerite Stables Rest Stop who were separated by a half length lengthAngelo Angelo Pepinos Laridseair who had not raced since going lame in his 1957 finale took the opening race at 9 A Daily Dou ¬ bleworth 2980 was completed when Doug Smalls Suave was an easy winner of the second race

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