Typhoon Impresses: Takes Bashford Manor Stakes From Toro and Misstep.; Kenton Farm Stable Colt Adds to Fame by Scoring Handily--Energy Wins Sixth Race., Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-30


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TYPHOON IMPRESSES Takes Bashford Manor Stakes From Toro and Misstep Kenton Farm Stable Colt Adds to J JFame Fame by Scoring Handily Energy Wins Sixth Race LOUISVILLE Ky May 28 The Kenton Farm Stables good twoyearold Typhoon son of Thunderstorm Brynwood this after ¬ noon added to his laurels when he easily accounted for the Bashford Manor Stakes worth 7820 net to Messrs Payne and West who own the Kenton Stable E B McLeans Toro was second to complete the fiveeighths two lengths behind the winner and four lengths in advance of the LeMar Farms Misstep which nosed out R E Leichletiters Cartugo for third place placeThe The winner was well backed by many of the large Saturday crowd which witnessed the nice under ideal weather conditions and his feat of traversing the distance in 100 over the good track testified to his ability Alfred Johnson had the winner away well but it required urging to make him keep pace with the leaders in the first quarter but after being fully settled into his best stride he closely followed the leading Greenock around the turns Upon reaching the stretch Typhoon proceeded to draw clear of the oth ¬ ers and the final threesixteenths found him racing easily against his riders restraining hold He was under restraint at the finish where Toro was cutting down his lead after the latter had raced from a good distance back backMisstep Misstep and Cartago staged a spirited duel for third place the former just lasting lastingSecond Second money amounted to 800 with 400 to third and Cartago saved entrance and starting fees by finishing fourth fourthENERGYS ENERGYS FAST FINISH FINISHThe The Parkview Stables Energy won the sixth race a supplementary feature which brought out seven of the less successful sprinters from among the better grade D Smith rode the winner well restraining him hack of Witchmount for the first halfmile and after bringing him to the outside into the best going in the stretch wore down the pacemaker in the last eighth Witchmount stumbled slightly in the last sixteenth but his faltering steps were hardly enough to have reversed the result Cotlogomor fin ¬ ished with a rush landing in third place placeThe The inaugural dash in which fourteen platers started resulted in a suprrise when Shadowy coupled in the mutuel field won from Dedans in a driving finish The win ¬ ner raced well and with an enormous loss of ground as a result of her being forced wide the entire trip Upon reaching the stretch she made her way to the leaders and in a mild drive with Dedans in the final eighth disposed of the latter to win by a half length Third fell to Geo Groom GroomNine Nine Dollars making his first start for L B Draun outsprinted ten other maiden twoyearolds the full fiveeighths in the second race winning by a length from Colonel Shaw which gamely forced the win ¬ ners pace Through the stretch Colonel Shaw made an inroad upon the winners ad ¬ vantage but E Pool did not call upon the victor for his best and hustling tactics prob ¬ ably would have permitted Nine Dollars to have won by a larger margin Sesqui out stayed Fellowship for third place placeFLYING FLYING CLOtTD BEATEN BEATENHopeless Hopeless making his first start in some time terminated the winning streak of the consistent plater Flying Cloud when he de ¬ feated the latter and three others in the third race Hopeless was capable of doing his early racing in the worst going and F Ma guire had him in advance of his rivals the entire way After reaching the back stretch where he found firmer footing Hopeless indulged the stubborn Starbeck in such per ¬ sistent fashion as to cause the latters re ¬ tirement after reaching the stretch In the final eighth Flying Cloud which was mak ¬ ing concessions of weight to each of his opponents began moving up to the ultimate winner but his closing rush fell short by a halflength One of Hopeless hind bandages came loose as he was doing the final eighth But for this he probably would have won in a handy manner Starbeck lasted to save third from George de Mar and Samaron the other starter was never a factor

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