Chicagoans Triumph: J. H. Manheimers Aleader Wins Debutante Stakes.; Victory Immensely Popular With Largest Crowd of the Present Washington Park Meeting., Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-06


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CHICAGOANS TRIUMPH J H Manheimers Aleader Wins Debutante Stakes Victory Immensely Popular With WithLargest Largest Crowd of the Present PresentWashington Washington Park Meeting HOMEWOOD 111 June 4 It was a strictly Chicago day at Washington Park the home of the Illinois Jockey Club the great ma ¬ jority of the big crowd present being from the metropolis of the Middle West and there was much rejoicing and satisfaction when a Chicago owner carried off the chief offering of a splendidly arranged Saturday program programAleader Aleader a daughter of Angon Supple which races for J H Manheimer Chicago business man displayed the most speed and proving much the gamest accounted for the 55000 Debutante Stakes exclusively for two yearold fillies and which constituted the leading attraction of the day Aleader fin ¬ ished four lengths in advance of the Nevada Stock Farm Stables African Daisy while L M Seversons Dreana Lee was right in the wake of the latter for third place The Long Ridge Stables Kakiedoodles was next to reach the finish line eight lengths back a head in advance of Domesticated for fourth portion of the money awarded awardedKakiedoodles Kakiedoodles and Domesticated were sad ¬ dled for the event by trainer W H Buckner and comprised the W G Yanke and Long Ridge Stables entry while the Nevada Stock Farm Stables African Daisy also raced coupled in the event with Sweepesta as that stables entry entryAleader Aleader was the recipient of the most sup ¬ port in the wagering and racing like the good filly she is her victory proved im ¬ mensely popular The value to Aleaders owner for her success in this stake amounted to 50110 net netAMERICAN AMERICAN THUNDER CUT DOWN DOWNA A peculiar incident occurred during the race when O L Fosters filly American Thunder after displaying the most speed for the first quarter and showing the way to the far turn passed by Aleader entering the stretch and suddenly bolted to the extreme outside apparently being slightly cut down as jockey Allen did not permit the filly to finish but promptly pulled her up and dis ¬ mounted at the quarter post ground Aleader after having wrested the lead from American Thunder was never in serious danger there ¬ after and won as her rider pleased African Daisy was as easily best for second place and held Dreana Lee safe at the end for that position Jockey Eddie Taplin had the mount on the successful one oneWashington Washington Park came into its own with todays racing at the Homewood course when the wonderful program arranged over ¬ night served as a magnet to bring out the largest crowd of the meetnig The massive grandstand was nearly filled and the club ¬ house contingent was likewise of goodly proportions proportionsAmong Among the large crowd of clubhouse visi ¬ tors was Stuyvesant Peabody president of both the Lincoln Fields Jockey Club and the Illinois Turf Association John D Hertz of Chicago owner of the Leona Farm Stable was also a clubhouse visitor The with ¬ drawal of the Leona Farms Anita Peabody from participation in the Debutante Stakes brought about disappointment to many who expected to see the good youngster in action actionSHKRIDAX SHKRIDAX TO DEVON DEVONFifth Fifth on the program came the Sheridan Handicap for a purse of 51500 in which six performed over the mile out of the chute course It resulted in victory for J J Greelvs Devon which triumphed over the other starters in the final threesixteenths of a hardfought contest E R Morehouses Banton finished going well in second posi ¬ tion easily outfinishing L M Holmes Ara ¬ bian for that portion of the purse purseSun Sun Altos ruled favorite in the race and flattered his backers by racing in the lead safely to nearing the stretch turn but he then began tiring fast in the stretch and soon dropped out of it when he gave way completely an eighth away awayJockey Jockey J Kcdcris brought Devon up in a final challenge at this stage and proceeded to take his mount into a good lead which was held easily to the end R L Bakers Updike took a liking to the rough going and sprinted into an easy win in the inaugural race lie was closely pressed by the speedy Kum Kalcssi for the lead in the first half mile but managed to shake the latter off entering the stretch where he proceeded to draw away to win as ashis his rider pleased Kum Kalessi held on well in the run home and safely landed in ad vanco of Ball Gee for second place Theo Continued on twentysecond pace CHICAGOANS TRIUMPH Continued from first page Fay was the confidently backed one here but he did no better than finish fourth fourthD D Breckenridges Kinsley a fouryearold colt which had not won a race previous to the running of the second race finally man ¬ aged to graduate into the winning column when he scored over the mile distance Kinsley took command at the stretch turn and going in his best form was never headed thereafter and won easily Bolvar Bond and Tea Tray came from behind in the stretch racing but were unable to menace the leader and Bolivar Bond wound up in second place while Tea Tray finished third Bolivar Bond and Spellbinder were the choices the last mentioned one failing badly badlyThe The Boul Mich Handicap for a purse of 1400 and third on the iirogram constituted one of the best races on the card and was one of the supporting features of the main race of the day dayMiss Miss M Kellys sprinter Orestes IT show lug a return to his best form and ildden by J Bollero outdistanced his opponents at all stages of this race and was only cantering at the end of the threequarters dash to score by six lengths over the LaBrae Stables Sandy Man The latter was coming fast at the finish and gaining ground on the lead ¬ ers gradually passed Sanola on the inside near the finish and easily bested her for second place Sanala had forced the pace to the final turn in a vain effort to over ¬ haul the leader and tiring from her early efforts In the final drive was lucky to out ¬ stay Cutlgeller for the third award There were but six sUirtera for the handicap when ecatchcs brought on by the heavy track conditions reduced the original number of entries for the event eventSanola Sanola was a disappointment here being accorded some confident support supportThe The Bloomfield Stable arrived at Wash ¬ ington Park today The horses had been campaigning at Churchill Downs and fifteen were in the consignment K Chiavetta the veteran rider accompanied the stable as well as the promising apprentice P Herbert The latter will do the lightweight riding for the outfit outfitLv Lv C Ncwsomc shipped Liberation and Ted from Akron Ohio to Washington Park C K Canavon will do the training

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