Top Cahokia Event To A Toute Force: Eleven Allowance Sprinters Slated to Journey Postward In Tonights Ozark Purse, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-08


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Top Cahokia Event To A Toute Force ForceEleven Eleven Allowance Sprinters Slated to Journey Postward In Tonights Ozark Purse PurseBy By A L SHIELDS SHIELDSCAHOKIA CAHOKIA DOWNS East St Louis 111 May 7 Mr and Mrs G B Holmans A Toute Force scored a handy five lengths victory over Eternal Sam in the featured Kirkwood Purse here Tuesday evening Timed in 101 for the 5 furlongs over a strip termed heavy the sixrearold mare returned a mutuel of 600 340 and 260 across the board boardRidden Ridden by Harrel Bolin A Toute Force was sent to the front at the start disposed of Mrs Mamie Mezens Peso Pete at the quarter was not thereafter in serious dan ¬ ger and coasted to the finish George J Schatz Lewis A D the second choice in the wagering made a bid at the half but weakened in the effort and finished third one length and a hah behind Eternal Sam SamJockey Jockey Thearl D Williams rode both ends of the Daily Double becoming the second rider of the current season to achieve this honor Apprentice R C Gal limore turned in a like saddle feat earlier in the meeting meetingAstride Astride Fielder Sperrys favored Royal Leoni in the first event Williams guided his mount out of close quarters shortly after the start drew off to a long lead and was eight lengths in advance of P J Rich ¬ ards My Swag who in turn was one length before Jewel W Clarks outsider Palopin who ran third royal Leoni re ¬ turned 560 560Minns Minns Motif Pays 5680 5680Williams Williams took the second race with R E Youngs Minns Motif who was largely ig ¬ nored in the mutuel play to reward his small following with a payoff of 5680 MinnsMotif finished with little left to get the job done and was a length and a half the best of Willow Wisp and Eim Bim the favorite who could do no better than fin ¬ ish third three lengths behind Willow Wisp The Daily Double was worth 45080 to the holders of the 109 combination combinationJ J R Vinson performed handsomely when he rode three mounts to victory in the fourth fifth and ninth races Vinsons first score came with Parish Tapps Our Dude paying 800 Tip Top Stables favored Familiar who returned 500 and the shortestpriced choice of the evening George E Geiers Miss Kirk 380 380A A starter allowance test at 7 furlongs for threeyearolds and upward headlines the program of nine races Thursday Named the Ozark Purse it has attracted 11 run ¬ ners and is carded as the seventh event eventSlated Slated to contest the issue in the feature are Carroll P Polands coupling of Gran and Wild Chorus F W Evangers Fast Charger E T Kudlas AndyMandy H W Sheltone Cableon Roy Bruners William Banks Fred Malorrus Be Free L M Quills Big Louis Mr and Mrs E C Logs dous Letter Carrier E F C Stables Butchs Dream and Sharp Mark owned by Virginia Enterprises Inc IncWililam Wililam Banks defeated Skin Junior and HyBill B earlier in the meeting in his first start of the new racing season The fiveyearold Quick Reward Flying Bon ¬ net gelding was consistent in his campaign last year having scored five times timesFast Fast Charger winner of the Maplewbod Purse here defeated Our Battle by seven lengths at 6Vz furlongs over a sloppy rac ¬ ing strip ancf was timed in 121 for the distance He was shipped here from Sun ¬ shine Park ParkAndyMandy AndyMandy scored over Ikie Boy and Be Free at one mile and 70 yards last vreek running the distance in 143 It was an impressive victory for the fouryearold Persian Gulf Booklet colt for he just managed to last over the fastclosing Ikie Boy and the disappointing choice Be Free

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