Fourth Success For Lugs: Adds Another Race to His Credit at Omaha--Tuesdays Card Provides Interesting Sport., Daily Racing Form, 1926-06-30


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FOURTH SUCCESS FOR LUGS Adds Another Race to His Credit at Omaha — Tuesdays Card Provides Interesting Sport. OMAHA, Neb., June 20. —The program at Ak-Sar-Hen Field today was made up of claiming .races, but the racing was for the most part formful and the finishes were close enough to create excitement for the large week-day crowd which attended. Rain fell at intervals during the afternoon, but the total fall was not enough to lay the dust on the racing strip. Eight long distance performers met in the fifth race and Bugs was the winner. It was his fourth success of the meeting and was in direct contrast to his racing of the other day when he was beaten off. He was at his best today and, taking command at the rise of the barrier, easily led all the way. Bierre was closest to him at the finish, while Miss liberty saved third place from Bron-ston. B. C. Sebum unearthed a good thing in the first race, which was for non-winners. Boki was the one, and he was making the first start of his career. He outclassed his opponents and led from the beginning of the contest to the end. Boki was bred in Hawaii by Mr. C. A. Hartwell, and is by Rodgers — Wai-kii, and runs as if he may be a fair three-year-old. He has been working well here, and for that reason only paid 0.20. Seth Bean, the favorite, was second, and Star Finish third. The Xephew. choice of the majority, won the second race. He dashed to the front soon after the start, shook off Take All at the stretch turn and easily held Maimonides, the second horse. Goldie M. nosed out Take All for third. Chet, another favorite, made good In the third. He stayed close to Winchester in the early running and, taking command when the latter tired, held sway for the remainder of the journey. Midnight Stories took second place from the .tiring Winchester. The favorite followers got an awful jolt in the fourth, when Golden Red, which was a prohibitive choice, failed dismally and finished unplaced. He raced in second position to the stretch turn, then tired and was passed by Runpride, the winner, and Bady Oxford, which finished third. Servitor, the pace setter, took second place.

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