Brown Pirate Tops Cahokia Headliner: Bruner Gelding Totes High Weight in Edgemont Cap; Must Down Nine Opponents, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-10


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Brown Pirate Tops Cahokia Headltner HeadltnerBruner Bruner Gelding Totes High Weight in Edgemont Cap Must Down Nine Opponents OpponentsBy By A L SHIELDS SHIELDSCAHOKIA CAHOKIA DOWNS East St Louis HI May 9 Roy Bruners Brown Pirate is slated to cany top weight of 118 pounds in the 2500 Edgemont Handjcjap here Saturday night for three yearolds and older horses and will compete against nine others at a mile and 70 yards yardsCarded Carded as the eighth event the Edge ¬ mont field is rounded out by Sam E Per shalls Princess Ellen 112 Bogan 109 and Gran 112 the stable entry of Mrs Carroll P Poland and Carroll P Poland respec ¬ tively Joseph L Bennetts Moon of Hearts 109 Green River StabKls coupling of Na ¬ ture Trail 112 and Guys Birthday 112 Mr and Mrs E C Logsdons Letter Carrier 110 C N Salernos Sals Request 107 and Edward T Kudlas AndyMandy 112 112Brown Brown Pirate a consistent nineyearold Brown King gelding won six of his outings last year and scored in his initial appear ¬ ance here in the Webster Groves Purse defeating Cableon and Sharp Mark in a frontrunning effort stepping the 7 fur ¬ longs in 125 125Princess Princess Ellen a fouryearold Hill Prince Azizi filly scored twice in her campaign last year and captured the Mis ¬ souri Purse openingnight at first asking when she easily defeated Our Battle and Cotton Guesser by 6 lengths and was timed in 122 over a track termed good goodAndyMandys AndyMandys Good Effort EffortAndyMandy AndyMandy looms a threat off his good effort over Ikie Boy and Be Free He lasted the mile and 70 yards to gain the victors by a head but it attested to his gameness as he stepped the distance in the com ¬ paratively good time of 143 143Guys Guys Birthday figures to furnish strong contention She was second to Herb S in the Inaugural Handicap here and missed in a game effort to Casper in the New Baden Purse last Saturday The fouryear old Crack Reward filly will be handled by Noah Atchley Roy Bruners William Banks held on gamely to capture the featured Ozark Purse here Thursday night The gathering of 3147 fans sent off the Quick Reward gelding as a mild second choice and were rewarded with a 1020 mutuel Ridden by W T Stevens the winner stepped the 7 furlongs in 126 126In In scoring his second victory in as many outings the Bruner colorbearer broke alert ¬ ly and was hard pressed by Fred W Evangers Fast Charger every step of the journey and outgamed the latter by a short head at the wire Fast Charger had little difficulty in maintaining an advan ¬ tage of a length and a half over the even running Cableon who was third thirdApprentice Apprentice R C Gallimore the leading rider of the current session added two victories to his string for a total of 11 at this writing Gallimore scored in the third aboard George Dobkins Fair Song to post a payoff of 920 Mrs Mamie Mezens Jerrys Blonde overlooked in the mutuel mutuelContinued Continued on Page SixtyOne Brown Pifate Has Top Impost In Cahokias Edgemont Cap CapContinued Continued from Page Tfcree Tfcreeplay play returned 2340 and gave young Galli more his second saddle triumph in the sixth race raceDuring During the running of the sixth race Clark and Howells Creek Nation stumbled and fell at the halfway marker unseat ¬ ing his rider B Bennett who was unin ¬ jured Following closely in the wake of the stricken horse Tom R Westropes Ivy Ann with jockey L P Grandsart in the irons was unable to avoid making contact with Creek Nation and fell heavily spilling Grandsart who sustained a broken collar bone Creek Nation a fouryearold Count Wood Miss Brent gelding sustained a broken right hind leg and was destroyed

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