Aucilla Toronto Winner: C. C. Smithsons Broomstick Colt Scores Easily in Handicap.; Attack Takes Second Race Without Being Fully Extended--Kinsman Finds Heavy Going to His Liking in Third Race., Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-10


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AUCILLA TORONTO WINNER C C Smithsons Broomstick Colt Scores Easily in Handicap Attack Takes Second Race Without Bell BellFully Fully Extended Kinsman Finds Heayj Going to His Liking In Third Race TORONTO Ont June 9 Aucilla that good mud running son of Broomstick and Leayonara that races for C C Smithson was returned the easiest winner of the meet ¬ ing when he triumphed in the Oakville Handicap the feature of todays program at Long Branch O Viau whose Florence Mills finished second in the opening days feature also took down the second portion in todays feature when his fouryearold colt Endor occupied that position A C Dunlaps Queen Towton raced into third place while Clock Golf was fourth fourthAucilla Aucilla after beginning fast was allowed to drop back to last position while the other starters were closely bunched for the first quarter mile with Endor showing the way Aucilla quickly raced into the lead on the turn out of the backstretch and opened up a safe lead Emery took him in hand came out into the middle of the track entering the stretch and was simply cantering in the last eighth Endor continued with good energy when displaced from the lead and outlasted Queen Towton at the end The latter passed the tiring Clock Golf in the homestretch and easily held third place placeAnother Another large throng was on hand at Long1 Branch today though the heavy rains turned the going from fast to heavy The majority of the winners were well supported supportedAttack Attack from the Riverdale Stable and rid ¬ den by J D Mooney was dropped in with one of the cheapest fields she has ever been in and was returned an easy winner of the second race Attack favored by the going was kept under restraint until just before reaching the stretch Mooney sent the daughter of Atwell up on the outside took command and was well in hand all through the last eighth Tricky Take Off was the one which finished second after racing well up throughout Soteria closed gamely in the stretch run and easily held Shadow Dance at the end Shadow Dance saved a world of ground at the stretch turn Shue making her initial start of the year showed a good turn of speed and was prob ¬ ably short shortLUCIE LUCIE AXN IN FRONT FRONTLucie Lucie Ann carried the colors of J E Beal to victory in the opening dash of fiveeighths for juvenile platers B Hardings Traps a lightly regarded one finished second while Prince Bulbo that raced for C N Jones was third The Beal filly was very unruly at the post and got the best of his rider the diminutive O Brown and ran away a quarter mile When the start came it was a good one and Traps and Titter essayed to cut out the running while Lucie Ann was slow in finding her best stride When the stretch was reached Traps has disposed of Titter and the latter dropped far out of it Brown sent Lucie Ann up on the outside stretch and overhauled Traps in the last few strides while the latter outlasted Prince Bulbo for second place Prince Bulbo was not threatened for third being four lengths clear of Support the fourth horse horseJ J Keegans Kinsman a wellknown mud ¬ lark found a track to his liking and easily accounted for the third race His margin at the end of the threequarters was a length and a half but had his rider elected he could have had a much greater margin Follow Me racing for C E Davidson was well up for the entire distance and finished second C Ferraros Palatine Lad the fa ¬ vorite after beginning slowly quickly raced into contention but was no match for the first two Roy Williams one of the starters in this race was knocked to his knees while leaving the back stretch stretchThe The fourth race found Dorchester which races for W H Rawley an easy winner over J C Milams Little Taussig the favorite with Royal Highness third D Emery was astride the winner and sent him into a safe lead midway of the turn out of the back stretch then took him In hand and rated him along in front for the remainder of the journey while Harvey was ridinff Little Taussig hard to stall off the belated rush of Royal Highness The latter was in the first flight throughout the entire run ¬ ning and finished gamely and was well in advance of Starray at the end The latter was down in the deepest going in the stretch and tired badly badlyH H Church was suspended for two days by the starter for disobedience at the post in the third race

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