Barbara Wins Again: Prince Palatine Filly Easily Repeats at Homewood Course.; Birdwood Takes Second Purse of Meeting for William Garth--Dolly Bay Makes Good., Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-11


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Second Running of Illinois Oaks HOMEWOOD 111 June 10 The second running of the Illinois Oaks has attracted an aggregation of western fillies that rank with the best in the country The field includes Gallaher Combs crack Mary Jane already victress in the Ashland Oaks at Lexington and the Kentucky Oaks at Louisville Handy Mandy which finished in second place in the Kentucky Oaks will make an effort to reverse the decision with Mary Jane and in the Illinois Oaks has a weight concession from the winner of eight pounds poundsThe The inaugural running of this feature was won by the gallant Black Maria which virtually had a walkover for the prize prizeMary Mary Jane arrived Thursday for her engagement and her preliminary this morning indicated that she is in her top form The race is at a mile and an eighth and at least eight of the ten entered are expected to make the contest The prospective field follows PP Horse TVt Jockey Owner Trainer 1 Joan DAlbret 113 J Jones Leona Farm Stable R McGarvey 2 Krick 116 N Barrett E J Holland W II Steele 3 Handy 3Iandy 113 E Pool II P Headley W W Taylor 4 Far Over 113 C HainsworthJoliet Stable T 31 Doyle 5 alary Jane 121 D Connelly Gallaher Combs S S Combs 6 Damosel 113 R Jones Keeneland Stud V S Rust 7 Flattery 113 R Pcternel J N Camden R Goose 8 Patricia 3Iarianll3 F 3Iaguire 11 L Crain R L Rogers 9 Thirteen Sixty 121 F Chiavetta II P Gardner C Van Dusen 10 Ycddo 113 31 Fator Three Ds Stock FarmC E Durnell BARBARA WINS AGAIN Prince Palatine Filly Easily Re ¬ peats at Homewood Course Birdwood Takes Second Purse of ofMeeting Meeting for William Garth Dolly Bay Makes Good 1 HOMEWOOD in June 10 The diminu ¬ tive Barbara which races for the Cold stream Stable again figured in a winning effort when she accounted for the Beverly Hills Purse at one mile the feature at Wash ¬ ington Park today todayThere There was six starters in the race with South Wind Barbara and Flagship attrac ¬ tions the most support South Wind was never a factor in the race and after the finish showed symptoms of lameness Flag ¬ ship raced into a good lead immediately after the start pursued by Barbara and the lat ters determination prevailed and she readily wore Flagship down in the last eighth to win drawing away Flagship near the end had to be ridden hard to outstay the fast finishing Spanish Lay The time of the race 139 was the fastest onemile time of the current meeting meetingA A surprisingly large attendance was on hand to view the sport It was by far tha biggest midweek audience of the present meeting Betting activities were correspond ¬ ingly increased and as well backed ones were successful during the afternoon the ma ¬ jority of those present combined profit with witnessing some highly enjoyable racing racingHARD HARD FOUGHT FINISHES FINISHESSeveral Several of the finishes were hard fought and close enough to suit the most exacting The trade continues to show improvement and was just a bit below perfect perfectThe The cool weather that prevailed was felt keenly and forced the big crowd to mill around considerablyThe considerably The second race which brought nine young ¬ sters to the post resulted in a victory for Birdwood carrying William Garths colors Birdwood showed an excellent performance but was lucky to win for Fair Anita which finished in second place met with all manner of trouble and with a clear course would have scored Sinon an extreme out ¬ sider beat Angry Mood by a nose for third placa The race was replete with inter ¬ ference some of the riders having their mounts all over the course and sharply bothering some of the other starters Indra was a particular sufferer and was completely knocked out of it at the lower turn Honey nook the favorite quit badly in the race after showing early speed and MintwikI which probably was responsible for most of the interference retired after having raced prominently to the last eighth eighthThe The opening dash fell to Breisacher con ¬ tributing the first purse that the Bloom field Stable has annexed during the present meeting Breisacher led for the entire dis ¬ tance and was well in hand at the finish to beat out Bunthorne The latter began slowly and was far out of it for the first halfmile He came fast thereafter and was going strong at the end Maschera finished in third position mainly because Tobie and Forehead were practically left at the post postREPAYS REPAYS BACKERS BACKERSDolly Dolly Bay a pronounced favorite was vic ¬ tress in the third race which was at a mile out of the chute Dolly Bay raced as if best and she easily took the lead when called on and held her opponent safe in the last eighth The surprise of the race was furnished by Donna Santa which showed a smashing per ¬ formance to come from far back and get up in time to outstay Basha for second pace Donna Santa was one of the extreme out ¬ siders and paid handsome returns for her backers Outlawed which was regarded as a factor before the race quit badly after hav ¬ ing shown the most speed to the stretch stretchDavid David L triumphed over a good band of platers that started in the fourth race He raced in his best form and after being far back for the first quarter moved up but met some interference that forced him back slightly He came again with a rush when Lady Marie forced Banter wide at the stretch turn and benefiting by saving ground here readily wore down Prince Ronald and tiking a good lead held tha fastfinishing Banter safe in the last six ¬ teenth Banter showed a good effort and would have been closer up but for being forced to race wide in the last quarter Lady Mario tired badly in the stretch but she was always good enough to outstay Princa Ronald Red Pennant raced disappointingly and Sphere tho other starter was never prominent prominentC C E Durnell added another purse to hla account when his heavilybacked Samaron Continued on eighteenth page

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