High Vision in Second Straight Ascot Victory: Winner and Show Horse Forced To Survive Double Foul Claim, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-14


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High Vision in Second Straight Ascot Victory VictoryWinner Winner and Show Horse Forced To Survive Double Foul Claim ClaimBy By R E HURLEY HURLEYASCOT ASCOT PARK Cuyahoga Falls Ohio May 13 A double claim of foul in the fifth race enlivened things for about 4300 fans here today but alter interviewing four jockeys in the eighthorse field and view ¬ ing the film patiol of the running the stewards allowed Gordon Thomsons High Vision to keep liis neck victory over George Ruchs Warsaw with Charles H Browns Ky Admiral a length and a quarter in front of E J Cues Danger Cue in the fourth slot slotFollowing Following the running apprentice John ¬ ny Sollars claimed foul against Harry Stauffer on High Vision and Joe Snyder on Danger Cue claimed an infraction against Boyd Morris on Ky Admiral going to the first turn After viewing the pic tures the stewards found neither rider guilty of an infraction and let the initial placing stand as official High Vision gained her second straight victory for her 1 Continued on Page FortyThree High Vision in Second Straight Ascot Victory VictoryWinner Winner and Show Horse Forced To Survive Double Foul Claim ClaimContinued Continued from Page One OneCanadianownertrainer Canadianownertrainer and paid 1000 while racing the distance in 121 121James James R Palmers Star Worship sec ¬ ond in his last four starts locally finally made the winners circle in the second race of the day registering by a length over George Windbergs Red Coat with jockey Joe Snyder gaining his 16th win of the meeting Star Worship a good looking brown son of Bimelech raced t the 1 116 miles in 149 and paid 440 while com ¬ pleting a Daily Double of 1220 1220Clyde Clyde Jennings HyScandal a gray daughter of Court Scandal lasted by a hose in the opener to gain her maiden win at the direct expense of Hall and Fetzers Halls Pride HyScandal has been trying to earn her initial victory for three seasons in this area and the fouryearold filly was the favorite in the Ascot course dash today She paid 520 while racing the about 4J furlongs Ascot course in 53 Boyd Morris gained his 20th win of the meeting on the Jennings miss and moved into fourth place in the jockeys standing here hereJockey Jockey Guy Smithson who led the reinsmen here two weeks ago before draw ¬ ing a 10day suspension rode his first win ¬ ner since being restored to good graces as he handled Mrs Martin D Owens Sealed Book in that Escadru geldings two and a quarter lengths victory in the third race Sealed Book raced the 6Y2 furlongs in 121 and was very impressive coming from last place in the dash to win going away Sealed Book paid 760 It was Smithsons 22nd win of the meet enough to keep him in third position behind Jim ¬ my Clemens and Jesse Davidson in the torrid jockeys battle at Ascot

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