Chalalor Gains Sportsmans Repeat: Withstands Fast Chick in Stretch; Favorites Bid Fails Head Short; Vacuum-Packed-Mary Alice B. Double Pays 19, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-10


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Chalalor Gains Sportsmans Repeat Withstands Fast Chick in Stretch StretchFavorites Favorites Bid Fails Head Short VacuumPackedMary Alice B Double Pays 41 9 9By By Staff Correspondent SPORTSMANS PARK Cicero 111 May 9r Chalalor a threeyearold filly owned by Mrs Gomer Evans of Tulsa Okla Oklaregistered registered her second consecutive victory here and her third this year when she lasted to take the fourth race here today The distance was 6Yz furlongs and Chala ¬ lor with Howard Craig aboard won by a head from the favorite Fast Chick while Tuditious an outsider finished third The winner paid 1760 and ran the distance in 118 118Although Although Ruffled Fabric showed in front at the break Chalalor soon took command and led around the first turn by one length With Ruffled Fabric lack ¬ ing the speed to keep up Chalalor drew out to a twolength margin on the back stretch and Lets Do It became her chie rival With Chalalor still on the move Lets Do It dropped back around the stretch turn and Fast Chick came on to threaten the leader Fast Chick ridden by Clarence Meaux came strongly through the stretch and might have won in a few more strides stridesOutsider Outsider Wins First Race Sunny but rather cool weather prevailed today and the attendance was estimated at 10000 The track was fast The second largest Daily Double of the meeting was recorded when Vacuum Packed who paid 7540 won the first race with jockey Robert Bright up and Mary Alice B the favorite who had Dud ¬ ley Vandenborre aboard won the second The payoff was 41940 VacuumPacked led from start to finish in a 6furlong dash while Mary Alice B was in command all through the final halfmile of a one mile race and won by a good margin marginTwoyearolds Twoyearolds competed in the third race at the halfmile distance and Pesky Peggy a daughter of Carrier Pigeon Vivify owned by Mrs D F Stewart came down the middle of the track in the stretch winning narrowly and paying 6380 Willie Collier rode the winner while Our Special the favorite with Jack Fieselman up took second money by a nose from My Ruby another longshot JERRY C DOBKIN Owner of Point of Order who won the 25OOQ National Jockey Club Handicap last fall and is entered in todays renewal of the Sports ¬ mans Park Handicap at the Cicero oval

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