Jockey Ward Rides Double at Beulah: Begins His Ohio Campaign on Pennfleur and Scairt Rabbit; Combination Returns 5.60, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-15


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Jockey Ward Rides Double at Beuiah BeuiahBegins Begins His Ohio Campaign on Pennfleur and Scairt Rabbit Combination Returns 6560 6560By By Vf A CRUSE CRUSEBEULAH BEULAH PARK Grove City Ohio May 14 Jockey Paul A Ward arrived here from Sportsmans Park Cicero 111 on Tuesday and accepted his first mount of the local meeting on this afternoons card Annually one of the leading riders in the nation and always among the top four reinsmen whenever lie has plied his trade at this oval he lost little time in hitting his stride and celebrated a double saddle victory by winning both ends of the Daily Double the first and second races re ¬ spectively spectivelyIn In the opener the top half of the Daily Double Ward was astride Don Christo ¬ phers Pennfleur He sent this eightyear old full horse by Sir Pennant Fleurette the 5 furlongs in lOOVs to be but four fifths of a second off the track mark At the end of the speed contest he was a length the best of Mrs B Fry and Mrs G Clems Millies Jane which had formed the early pace of Kokomo Star The lat ¬ ter ultimately wound up fourth while A K Prices Rabbit Face came from well out of it to save the show award while a length back backPennfleur Pennfleur was the strong favorite in the wagering and returned 480 for the usual 2 investment investmentScairt Scairt Rabbit Scores ScoresWard Ward was astride S Millers Scairt Rab ¬ bit in the second race and he brought this nineyearold Bemborough gelding from out of the clouds as it were to score by a head over C Hayre and S Teagues Bronze Age which with Guillermo Silva in the saddle was the favorite Overlooked m the betting a 2 ticket on Scairt Rabbits chances was worth 29 and he completed thefourfour Daily Double of 6560 6560Look Look Out who races in the interest of R Rosenauer and W Ward Columbus Ohio residents was the second favorite to win in the first three races Capably handled by the promising young apprentice Eugene Ennis the Fast and Fair filly was a Jength and onehalf the best of S W Pattersons Regis and jockey Ward Time for the five panels was 100 flat and a 640 mutuel was posted postedWith With ideal weather prevailing approxi ¬ mately 3400 racing fans were on hand for todays ninerace midweek program

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