Disqualification Mars First Race at Maumee: Take Down One Ways Number; Fly Spray Is Declared Winner, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-09


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Disqualification Mars First Race at Maumee MaumeeTake Take Down One Ways Number Fly Spray Is Declared Winner WinnerBy By T J MULLIGAN MULLIGANMAUMEE MAUMEE DOWNS Maumee Ohio May 8 One Way a 10yearold son of War Dog flaunting the silks of R F Rabold and naking his first start since last year at this oval was first to cross the finish line in the opening race but was disqual ¬ ified and placed third Fly Spray owned by Mr and Mrs George N Schuele was I1 lengths back in second and 2 Mi lengths in advance of Volt Jr who performs in the partnership of H H and J C Morris Jockey William Hubbard who was astride Volt Jr lodged an objection against the winner who impeded Volt Jr in the vicin ¬ ity of the threeeighths pole After delib ¬ eration the stewards took down One Ways number and placed him third Fly Spray was posted on the board as the winner with Volt Jr second and One Way third thirdFly Fly Spray who was installed as the fa faContinued Continued on Page Four Disqualification Mars First Race at Maumee MaumeeTake Take Down One Ways Number Fly Spray Is Declared Winner WinnerContinued Continued from Page One Onevoritei voritei paid 460 straight and was clocked in 103 for the five panels panelsSlide Slide Away a bay colt by Slide Rule was the winner of the second event returned 760 and wafc ridden by jockey Kenny Robertson The Edwards Guciardo stand ¬ ardbearer who was second choice in the betting was a halflength to the good of Bold Alamein who races for Titler Car ¬ penter while D Kelsons Fair Fight was a pair of lengths behind that one The Daily Double combination of Fly Spray and Slide Away returned 3380 Fipp who was installed as the favorite could finish no better than sevenjth sevenjthUltimatum Ultimatum owned and conditioned by Ralph La Plant scored an easy three and onehalf lengths win in the third race on the eightrace program with F E Winks Disply getting a neck verdict over E Stet tlers Riviera Count Jockey Robert Venne who is leading the saddlesmiths at this oval at present was astride the chestnut daughter of Bold Irishman boosting his total to 17 wins to date dateThe The fans had a variance of weather here this afternoon The sun shone prior to the races then overcast skies were the order of the day for the first race It began to shower for the second test then once again was cloudy cloudyShorty Shorty made good here this afternoon after three unsuccessful previous tries at the current meeting when he registered a two and onehalf lengths victory in the fourth race The bay son of Hash who is jointly owned by Titler Carpenter re ¬ turned 2180 and jockey Luther Adkins did the booting J Waddells Pickn Choose was second a pair of lengths to the fore of Frank Rockwells Tims Moon

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