Judy Jump Up Humbles Sprint Rivals: Completes Belmont Triple for Arcaro; Oily Capitol Filly Leaves Panabelle II. Five Lengths Behind; First Asking Third, Daily Racing Form, 1959-05-13


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4 HERBERT F. KRIMENDAHL— Owner of the four-year-old filly, Judy Jump-Up, winner of the Broadcasters Purse yesterday at Belmont Park. Judy Jump Up Humbles Sprint Rivals Completes Belmont4 Triple for Arcaro Oily Capitol Filly Leaves Panabelle II. Five Lengths Behind; First Asking Third By BOB HORWOOD BEIiMONT PARK, Elmont, L. I., N. Y., May 12. — Gaining his third victory with as many mounts, Eddie Arcaro sent Herbert F. Krimendahls Judy Jump-Up through an opening on the inside at the head of the stretch in todays featured Broadcasters Purse and went on to score by five lengths. Barclay Stables Irish-bred Panabelle IE. came on in the final strides of the 6 furlongs to take second money by a head over Velvet Acres pacemaking First Asking. William Ewings Good as Gold was two lengths out of the money. Judy Jump-Up paid .10 to the favorite players in the crowd of 18,038 that turned out in summery weather and was teletimed in 1:11%. The brown four-year-old daughter of Oil Capitol — Party Leader, by Eternal Bull, was scoring her second victory in eight starts this year. She is trained- by L. H. Thompson, son. Eldon Nelson sent First Asking to the front at the start of the feature, closely followed by Good as Gold, while Panabelle n. was a couple of lengths farther back as they swung around the far turn. It was another length back to Judy Jump-Up, who was a bit tardy leaving the gate. First Asking Draws Clear First Asking drew clear leaving the back-stretch, opening a lead of more than a length over Good as Gold, while Judy Jump-Up moved into third place along the rail - and Panabelle n. dropped back to fourth place, a couple of lengths behind the winner. Turning for home, First Asking drifted out slightly and Arcaro promptly shot Judy Jump-Up through to take command in a few strides. Once straightened away, the Oil Capitol filly drew away rapidly, adding to her lead with every stride. Panabelle II., who went very wide at the head of the stretch, finished with a belated rush to head the tiring. First Asking right on the wire. Good as Gold weakened steadily in the stretch. Easter Music, Carlyn Sarah, Pioneeress and Jets Reward, who completed the field, never became serious contenders. Fighting on gamely under Mike Sorren-tinos rhythmic whip, C. Mahlon Klines heavily favored Slamstown staved off the closing rush of Mrs. Jan Burkes Game Called by a nose at the end of the fifth race. Mrs. Gerard S. Smiths Nature Walk was only a half length away at the end of 6 furlongs in a moderate 1:13%, while Howell E. Jacksons Stop Ringing was a " neck out of the money. Slamstown is a three-year-old bay daughter of Slam Bang — Lasting Peace, by Jamestown, who was graduating on the seventh try. She had been second in her two previous outings at Jamaica. Slamstown paid .50. Eddie Arcaro, who won the first juvenile dash of the day on Staretta, took the second on Mrs. H. C. Phipps favored Warlike, who ran down Avonwood Stables Recommendation in the final furlong to score by a length and a half. Mrs. Joe W. Browns Creole Coquette was nine lengths farther back and a length before George D. Wide-ners Rakahanga, who had to race wide all the way. Warlike is a bay daughter of Nasrullah — Antagonism, by Eight Thirty, who had finished second for her recent debut. She paid .90 as the second winning odds-on choice of the day, and stepped the 5 furlongs in 1:00%.

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