Another Fast Chicle: His Daughter Outline Makes a New Jamaica Record, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-17


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ANOTHER FAST CHICLE ♦ His Daughter Outline Makes a New Jamaica Record. ♦ ■ Wins the Long Established Rose-dale Stakes in a Grand Display of Superior Speed. ♦ NEW YORK, N. Y., May 16.— Outline brought new fame to Harry Payne Whitneys young stallion Chicle when she won the Rose-dale Stakes at Jamaica today. It was a five-eighths dash for two-year-old fillies and worth ,500 to the winner. Outline was making her first start and raced the distance in 5S% to beat Bud Fishers Nellie Morse by a nose. The previous Jamaica mark for the distance was 59%. Another cold and disagreeable day was what was served to the racing patrons, but the faithfid were out in goodly numbers and the entertainment that was furnished was worthy of the crowd. Eight raced in the Rosedale Stakes, the only absentee from the carded field being Reply, from the T. W. OBrien stable. There was little delay at the post and while the start was a good one the race was marked by rough riding, in which both H. P. Whitneys Nemesis and August Belmonts Bevy were sufferers. Bevy began from an inside position and when she could not get clear was pinched and shuffled back until she had scant racing chance. Nellie Morse illicitly rushed into the lead and set a great pace, with Anna Marrone II. her nearest pursuer. Outline worked her way into third place early and when the stretch was reached Anna Marrone II. was done and the Rancocas filly set out for Nellie Morse. This daughter of Luke McI.uKe hung on well in the stretch battle, but Outline drew up on her relentlessly and when Sande swung his whip once on her ran straight and true and clinging to the Fisher filly in the closing struggle dropped her nose down in front in the last stride. After the finish McAtee, who rode Nemesis, lodged a claim of foul, but the stewards would not disturb the order of the finish. The Flight Handicap at a mile and a sixteenth, that was the fifth offering, was cut to three starters when both Southern Cross and Flannel Shirt were withdrawn. Comic Song, from the stable of C. Koenigswald. ran a good race and was the winner from Ray Jay, while Hephaistos was a rather distant third. This good horse seems slow about racing into his fine form of last autumn. It was a big field of slow racers that went to the post in the opening three-quarters dash and, in a mixup at the tart, the rider was unseated from Copyright, while both Ting-a-Ling and Ella T. were left. The winner turned up in Coral Reef, which was racing for the first time in the name of H. Aker. His previous race was for Mr. Butler, his breeder, and he ran a good race under weak riding. Atherstone, from the Sanford Stud Farm, ran an excellent race in the three-quarters dash that was the second offering and took the measure of the Rancocas Stables Whirlwind, while back of him came the Greentree Stables Romping Home. Tuxedo, High Prince, Potentilla and Shuffle Along followed. Tony Beau, by an effective rush through the stretch, won the mile and a sixteenth dash that was the third race. Finality, racing for J. P. Smith, was a close second and third fell to Fienie.

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