Daumay Wins Black-Eyed Susan Stakes By Head Over Movitave at Pimlico Oval: Howard A. Jones Homebred Filly Stands Long Drive to Prevail Under Chris Rogers, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-15


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Daumay Wins BlackEyed Susan Stakes Bv Head Over Movitave at Pimlico Oval Howard A Jones Homebred Filly Stands Long Drive to Prevail Under Chris Rogers RogersBy By CHARLES IIATTON IIATTONPIMLICQ PIMLICQ Baltimore Md May 14 Daumay a staying daughter of the Italian j stayer Daumier saved the best furlongs thus far in her expanding career to the te t telling quarter of the 23350 Black Eyed Susan surprising most of a sunny days crowd of 10907 as she earned How ¬ ard A Jones colors to a dramatic head victory over Knollwoods favored Movitave in this Preakness for Fillies As the skill ¬ ful Chris Rogers drove the bay Chicagpan to the end of this historic 1 116 miles Mrs John A Prices Stay Smoochie the early leader finished third three and one half lengths away and the better part of her own length before Milady Dares fourth of a field of eight eightDaumay Daumay went into the fray sharing the dubious distinction with Las Olas of being the only members of the company who had not previously won an added money event and emerged with a cheque for 16350 of which 16100 was net She returned her backers a rousing 1580 for 2 for their extrasensory perceptive pow ¬ ers and negotiated the distance in 146 in what is known to litterateurs as glib going goingMrs Mrs Tom Ross wife of the coowner with Phil Klipstein of the storied Silky Sullivan presented the trophy in this re ¬ newal of the BlackEyed Susan which was granted on the old Pimlico Oaks Daumays owner incidentally is an advertising ex ¬ ecutive in the toddling town His filly had been beaten off by Movitave in the Miss Maryland back at Bowie but this marked her second success in five chances during 58 in only one of which she went un ¬ placed placedMovitave Movitave recent runnerup in the Mary ¬ land Derby competing with colts suffered no loss of her considerable prestige lo ¬ cally through her showing this afternoon She and the winner were engaged in a bosculade atop the stretch and indeed it was a rough trip for others of the field particularly Tempted who was blocked twice on the crucial last turn when she appeared full of run The Ohioreared Stay Smoochie might have been more of a factor were the race run yesterday when the going was only good She was vir ¬ tually cofavorite with Movitave and suc ¬ cumbed on the pace in midstretch The TheContinued Continued on Page FiftyThree Daumay Wrns Pimlias BlackEyed Susan Stakes StakesHoward Howard Jones Filly Outgames Movitave in Thriller by Head HeadContinued Continued from Page One Onefractions fractions for the race were 23 47 112 139 and 146 146Upon Upon dismounting jockey Rogers whose comment often making quotable wit said I moved on her a little too soon because I had never ridden her before other than in one work We got to the front and waited for the other horses I only hit her once in the stretch because she was loaf ¬ i ing You cant hit her too much because she will sulk I was confident at the 3fur long pole and in third position but didnt j figure she would pull up when we got to the lead So then I popped iier one oneBrooks Brooks on Movitave saidT She made the lead and then eased herself up She waited on Daumay We were in a little tight at the top of the stretch the horse in front was trying to get out outWalter Walter Blum said of Stay Smoochie She ran like a good thing to the quarter 1 pole and just hung on to the eighth pole She went as far as she could Seven eighths or a mile seem her best distance distanceIn In the course of their skirmish over the final furlong Movitave appeared to have Daumay beaten about 70 yards out then to hesitate just enough to allow Dauraay who was not clowning now to snatch the victory by inches Both fillies wore blink ¬ ers so were properly equipped to prevent just such an Alphonse and Gaston race as they staged stagedUntil Until they hooked up advancing on the last turn Stay Smoochie had matters pretty much her own way She appeared to block Tempted who was taking off her pace and jumping right in her tracks when the latter filly tried to thrust through on the inside at the far corner Midway the turn Tempted recovered to make another game run at the leader only to be impeded impededagain again this time by a beaten rival rivalNone None of the others appeared to have a valid excuse for finishing far back as they did

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