Howdy Man Gains Third Success of Ascot Meet: Boucher Guides Victor Home in Feature Six Lengths to Good, Daily Racing Form, 1959-05-14


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Howdy Man Gains Third Success of Ascot Meet - Boucher Guides Victor Home in Feature Six Lengths to Good By BOB HURLEY Staff Correspondent ASCOT PARK, Cuyahoga Falls. Ohio, May 13. — Circle Y Stables Howdy Man galloped to his third win at this meeting as he registered by six lengths in the featured Luigis Restaurant Purse before 4,431 here tody. The Rico Monte — Doldrums horse came from last position in the 7-fur-long allowance test and won going away over Frieda Staffords Feature Double while timed in 1:28% over a good track. Howdy Man paid .00 for the victory and added to leading* trainer Frank Hannons total at this meeting. It was the 13th winner sent postward by Hannon. Stable rider Andre Boucher had the mount again on Howdy Man who was claimed at Ascot for ,000 last spring, raced twice afterwards and came back this Continued on Page Forty-Two Howdy Man Gains Third Success of Ascot Meet Boucher Guides Victor Home in Feature Six Lengths to Good Continued from Page One season after an 11 -month rest to win for as little as ,000 early at the meeting. Boucher allowed his mount to settle into his stride while last by 11 lengths after a quarter mile. Howdy Man got into high gear after a half-mile and raced from last to second position around the turn with a bold rush that carried him to a clear lead through the final furlong with Boucher just hand riding the Circle Y racer. Richard R. Remsburgs Philly Baby, winner of seven races around the Maryland half-milers last year, gained her first win of the 1959 campaign as she registered by si xlengths under apprentice Mason Gordon in the opening race today. Young Gordon took no chances with the daughter of Shivaree as he rode her out over the 6Yz • furlongs in 1:24% to insure the .80 pay off. Trace K. Turners Leatherwood, rank outsider in the second race, scored a stunning upset over Dorothy Sigmans favored Noble Faith as he won by a length and three-quarters with jockey Otto Crank in the saddle. Leatherwood stole a long lead going down the backstretch in the 1 1-16-miles claimer, then staggered home in 1:53 winning with very little left. Leatherwood paid 6,40 in the straight pool with the daily double combination of 9 and 5 worth 65.00. Jockey Larry Grubb put on a good show of riding in the third race to give the favorite players their first win of the day as he got R. H. Patchs Cleves Dream home by a length and one-half over Jim Fock-lers Chance Dee. A beaten favorite in his last three Ascot outings because of lost ground on the turn, Cleves Dream was kept inside of Okapette all around the elbow today, with Grubb using the latter to keep the favorite in check on the turn. Once straightened for the final run, Grubb clucked to Cleves Dream and the Manador gelding drew away readily to bring .60 to the chalk players who had backed him in the sprint. It was the twentieth win of the I meeting for the Indiana booter.

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