Foden Rides Three Winners, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-23


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FODEN BIDES THREE WINNEBS TORONTO, Ont, June 22. An entire card made up of claiming events was the program furnished at Dufferin Park today. The weather was ideal for the sport and the track was at its best after the rains of the early morning. The riding of "Dude" Foden was one of the features of the afternoon, he scoring with three of his mounts, all of which were owned by the Toronto owner W. G. Campbell. Ombrage took the fifth race, which was over the seven-eighths mile route. Ridden by P. McCabe, the winner was hustled to the front at the rise of the barrier, dominated the running for the entire distance, lost considerable ground at the stretch turn, but was never threatened, to be home an easy winner. Lorelei came fast at the end and overhauled Royal Spring for second place. The latter, in turn, was a length clear of La Belle, which finished fourth.

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