Ambehaving Charges to Neck Score: Odds-on Red God Faltering Eighth; Bohemia Stable Colt Neck to Good of Shines Bright After Bad Behavior at Belmont Gate, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-14


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AMBEHAVING Surprise winner of the Poughkeepsie Purse at Belmont Park Ambehaving Charges to Neck Score Oddson Red God Faltering Eighth EighthBohemia Bohemia Stable Colt Neck to Good of Shines Bright After Bad BehavioratBelmontGate BehavioratBelmontGateBy By BOB H6RWOOD H6RWOODBELMONT BELMONT PARK Elmont L I N Y May 13 A couple of years ago when Cain Hoy Stables Red God had completed his juvenile campaign in England trainer Capt Cecil BoydRochfort told Capt Har ¬ ry F Guggenheim that he didnt think the Nasrullah colt was quite genuine Those in todays crowd of 20556 who backed the colt down to oddsdn then saw him stop back to sighth place in the featured Poughkeepsie Purse must think that Eng ¬ lish trainers remark a masterpiece of un ¬ derstatement Bohemia Stables Ambehav ¬ ing who behaved badly before the start charged up with a rush in the stretch to triumph by a neck over Brae Burn Farms Shines Bright who led Wheatley Stables Gray Phantom by a head It was another four and a half lengths back to Mrs Thomas Wallers Mustato Manuel Ycaza who was completing a double and was also disqualified after winning the first race on Battle Chantrode Ambehaving who paid 2010 and stepped the mile in a moderate 137Gray 137 Gray Phantom Runs With Favorite FavoriteGray Gray Phantom accomplished the down ¬ fall of Red God who had won his two previous starts at Jamaica Young Johnny Ruane sent Gray Phantom out to run with Red God who was ridden by Eddie Arcaro from the start and the pair opened a wide lead on the rest of the field Followers of the favorite became disquieted nearing the final turn when Arcaro was seen to go to the whip and obtain no response On the contrary Red God backed up abruptly un ¬ der punishment while Gray Phantom drew away to a threelength lead leadGray Gray Phantom appeared home free at the furlong pole but first Shines Bright then Ambehaving surged up to him to turn a rcut into a thrilling finish Young Ycaza shoved Ambehavings head in front in the very last stride aftre Shines Bright had gained the lead 20 yards from the wire Mustato raced evenly in the middleof the pack to the stretch turn then was forced to go wide but finished fairly well Har ¬ monizing who wsa making his seasonal debut turned in a fair race to be fifth followed by Little Hermit Infantry and Red God GodAmbehaving Ambehaving is owned by Allaire du Pont of Wilmington Del and the brcwn son of Ambiorix Dentifrice by Reaping Reward was scoring his second victory of the year in seven starts He was unable to win in 12 attempts last year after havin been one of the leading juveniles of 1956 1956Red Red God has started at Belmont Park only once before and was beaten 13 lengths at 1 to 4 last June 13 The chestnut colt damaged a foot in that race but had no apparent excuse today other than a dis ¬ like for serious effort effortYcaza Ycaza Takes No Chances ChancesThe The sport opened with a 5 furlongs dash for juveniles with 10000 down to 7000 claiming tags and proved an eventful af ¬ fair Philip Godfreys Martha Stanley un ¬ seated apprentice William A Peake before the start ran awa5 and crashed through the fence to the training track She was ordered scratched and there vas no re ¬ fund as she was coupled with Godfreys Bay Habor Glenelg Stables Battle Chant won the race by a half length over Lam ¬ bert Goldsmiths Naik ridden by Johnny Ruane while Shamrock Farms Fifth Down Red was a neck farther back After the race Ruane promptly claimed foul and when the patrol films showed that Battle Chant bore over on Naik soon after the start and continued to bother that colt as Manuel Ycaza continued to whip lefhanded the winner was disqualified and placed sec ¬ ond Naik paid 930 straight after getting the straight 5 furlongs in 101 against a brisk breeze and combined with Maine Chance Farms Whats Ahead for a 2190 Daily Double DoubleYcaza Ycaza took no chances with Whats Ahead steering the threeyearold son of Nearco extremely wide then coasting to the finish 10 widening lengths before Mrs C O Iselins Guerdon who led Brookmeade Stables Leader by a neck Whats Ahead who had finished Second for his recent debut paid 480 and was teletimed in 111 ys for the 6 furlongs furlongsMrs Mrs Phil Biebers Carlyn Sarah gave Ted Atkinson a consecutive double when she shot out of the pack at the head of the stretch to score an easy if surprising vic ¬ tory in the first half of the Bethpage Purse At the end of 6 furlongs in t12 Robert S Lytles Willbesunny was five and a half halfContinued Continued on Page FortyEight Ambehoving Charges to Neck Accounting at Belmont Park ParkContinued Continued from Page Nine lengths behind Carlyn Sarah who was pricking her ears as she scampered under the wire Robert H Abercrombies Twink let was a length and a half farther back and a scant nose before Walter S Homes Willing Miss Carlyn Sarah returned 4350 though she was beaten less than three lengths after a poor start inher last outing at Jamaica JamaicaGeorge George D Wideners Armorial who once drove the champion Idun to a photo fin ¬ ish last year made a successful return to action in the second half of the Bethpage when she necked B R Stables Pellita after going extremely wide turning for home It was another five and onehalf lengths back to Herman Browns pacemak ing Kithara who was a neck before Mrs Jan Burkes Canceled Date Greentree Sta ¬ bles Francoise n finished well in this dash after trailing most of the way Armorial paid 390 and required 112 for th 6 panels

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