Bundon in Six-Length Tally at Maumee Downs: Combines With Merry Self for 43.40 Daily Double Payoff, Daily Racing Form, 1959-05-13


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Bundon in Six-Length Tally at Maumee Downs Combines With Merry Self for 43.40 Daily Double Payoff By T. J. MULLIGAN Staff Correspondent MAUMEE DOWNS, Maumee, Ohio, May 12. — Bundon, a fair muti-runner owned and conditioned by W. Allan, scampered to a six-length victory in the curtain-raiser here this afternoon. C. B. Ryans Broad Beam, making his second start at the meeting, was second two and one-half lengths the best of M. Fuscos Lead Pad. The favored Shoot Gains, from the barn of D. Bosse, appeared to dislike the muddy going and wound up sixth in the 10-horse field. Jockey Bernard Walt, the Canadian saddlesmith, who has been riding with considerable success at the current session, was aboard the winner who returned 1.80 and was timed in 1:10 for the 5Y2 furlongs. A throng of 2,600 attended with clear weather and a muddy racing strip prevailing for the running of the opening race. Merry Self, a bay son of Better Selft performing in the blue and pink racing colors of A. Yglesias, who has a preference for Continued on Page Nine , | " ; 1 i I j , ; 1 j j 1 1 1 1 Bimdon in Six-Length r Tally at Maumee Downs Combines With Merry Self for i 43.49 Daily Double Payoff l a Continued from Page One ."off" racing strips, chalked up his second victory at the Maumee Downs meeting 1 when he scored a half length victory at j the expense of Kris-Connie, who is jointly ] owned by C. Kranz and C. Scott. G. Tom- pras O. K. Solomon, who set the pace to . the head of the stretch, was one length • behind Kris-Connie while Mr. Crooner, - who races in the partnership of Dazel and 1 Fischer, and who was installed as* the choice at 9-to-5, finished in fourth position. Jockey John Soto piloted the winner who was shunned in the wagering and returned a whopping 7.00 pay-off and completed a Daily Double worth 43.40 to those who 1 held the winning 9 and 8 combination. Slide Away, a bay son of the famed Slide . Rule, eked out a neck verdict in the third race. Owned by the S-E. Stable and ridden t hy the veteran jockey Kenny Robertson, the winner as second choice in the betting paid .20 and was clocked* in 1:17 for the . 6 panels. T. Wards Carls Abbie, an invader from Cahokia Downs in East St. Louis, was second, four and one-half lengths -to the fore of Lou Sakas Grecian Maid who installed as a slight favorite over the win- ner. 1. Dazels Pepsi Patsy eked out a_head decision in a a blanket finish in the fourth race on the agenda over Mrs. E. Hiebers Golden Kernel, who was another head be- fore L. Rosengartens Spudder. Spindanny, who was backed into favoritism, finished sixth. The winner, capably ridden by ap- prentice M. Rodriguez, paid 4.00 to those , who supported her chances- .

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