Bonita Rita Is Victress In Beulah Park Sprint: Overlooked Daughter of I Will In Near Two-Length Accounting, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-14


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Bonita Rita Is Victress In Beuiah Park Sprint SprintOverlooked Overlooked Daughter oi I Will In Near TwoLength Accounting AccountingBy By W A CRUSE CRUSEBEULAH BEULAH PARK Grove City Ohio May 13 For the second straight day the weatherman has smiled on the Columbus Grove City area and supplied ideal condi ¬ tions for the thoroughbred sport The sun was bright and warming and coupled with the refreshing breezes put the track in its best condition of this nineday old meet ¬ ing ingHodge Hodge and Hawkins Bonita Rita a ju ¬ venile daughter of I Will Flying Rita made the first start of her career a win ¬ ning one Under jockey Guillermo Silvas excellent guidance she came through on the inside through the stretch and was 1 lengths the best of Dave and Douglas Eav rishs Dats Good another firsttime start ¬ er who had the prominent reinsman Phil ¬ lip E Borgemenke in the saddle The latter pair had a head on D Briggs Tulsa Twist TwistContinued Continued on Page N Nne ne Bonita Rita Is Victress In Beulah Park Sprint SprintOverlooked Overlooked Daughter of I Will In Near TwoLength Accounting AccountingContinued Continued from Page One Oneand and jockey Harry Holcomb the strong favorites in the betting bettingBonita Bonita Rita was overlooked in the bet ¬ ting despite a recent impressive morning trial in which she was clocked three fur ¬ longs in a swift 35 iiandily It took her 100 to negotiate the five furlongs and her surprise mutuel came to 3440 3440Gale Gale Osbomes Amber Haze also gradu ¬ ated from the maiden ranks in reaching the wire eight lengths in front of J C Kiles Spriggins in the opening event Un ¬ der the young apprentices steady pressure from the start he returned 380 to win as the odds on favorite It was the third start at this meeting for the sophomore Phalanx filly fillyAl Al Gordons Noble Impact turned on the pressure in the final sixteenth of the second race and won by a length over R P Meyers Lost Humility and jockey James Jimmy D o b s o n A straight ticket on the winner returned 1140 The winner completed the twoeleven sequence of the 2680 Daily Double

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