Ram Bam Proves Popular Sprint Victor at Camden: Outdistances Shesacard by Ten Lengths; Market Right Is Third, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-10


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Ram Bam Proves Popular Sprint Victor at Camden CamdenOutdistances Outdistances Shesacard by Ten Lengths Market Right Is Third ThirdBy By Staff Correspondent CorrespondentGARDEN GARDEN STATE PARK Camden N J May 9 David O Owens Ram Bam was made a 3to2 favorite in the Gloucester Purse one of the best offerings of the card and justified the confidence of his sup ¬ porters in the crowd of 17180 with a rousing 10length victory Far back in his wake Joseph J Quartiers Shesacard fin ¬ ished second a length before Chal Mar Farms Market Right RightThe The Gloucester was for New Jersey foaled horses and the winner bred by his owner paid 5 The fouryearold son of Rainillies covered the 6 furlongs in 111 over a track which had turned to good under the sun and wind by the time this race was run Roger LeBlanc piloted the winner winnerRam Ram Bam had not been close in seven starts in Florida but had been competing against a much better class of opposition than he met this afternoon This was not unnoticed by the public who made him a solid choice choiceMarket Market Right took the lead at the start of the Gloucester but under sufferance from Ram Bam who was a constant sec ¬ ond Only on the turn did Ram Bam start to do any running and when he did it was all over He passed the erstwhile leader midway of the bend and came into the stretch well in command commandDespite Despite his lead LeBlanc applied the whip four times through the stretch and Ram Bam drew out to an extremely wide lead Shesacard came along to oust Market Right from the second position positionThe The fourth race which was entitled the Woodstown and was a split of Ihe Glouces ¬ ter found the favorite players come a crop ¬ per R F Friedrich Jrs Negri Lea the 13to10 choice wheeled at the start and tossed Howard Grant Then the horse turned left and jumped the fence in the 6furlong chute chuteThe The winner was G F Kohns Vitrified who led for most of the way and scored by two and a half lengths over Samanna Sta ¬ bles Vetians Pal Dave Evans Big Busi ¬ ness was third thirdVitrified Vitrified winner of his first jrace at Gulfstream Park this winter paid 10 and ran the 6 furlongs in 112 on a slow strip He was handled by Joe Culmone Vitrified is a threeyearold son of Slide Rule Gondolette and was bred at nearby Meadowview Farms Inc

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