Vander Pool Lucky: Gets Purse in Youthful Stakes After Finishing Second.; Equipoise Finishes First But Is Disqualified for Bumping Unbeaten Allen Star., Daily Racing Form, 1930-05-12


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VANDER POOL LUCKY Gets Purse in Youthful Stakes After Finishing Second Equipoise Finishes First But Is IsDisqualified Disqualified for Bumping BumpingUnbeaten Unbeaten Allen Star NEW YORK N Y May 10 Through the grace of the Jamaica stewards Vander Pool remained in the unbeaten class after the eighteenth renewal this afternoon of the Youthful Stakes Mrs M P Allens bay son of Campfire and Bramble Rose winner of all his six starts including the Miami Juvenile and Aberdeen Stakes previous to the Youthful Stakes followed four lengths back of Harry Payne Whitneys Equipoise at the finish of the fiveeighths race but because of interference on the turn into the stretch was awarded first money of 9650 when the Pennant Swinging colt was dis ¬ qualified qualifiedAs As the race was run there was little doubt that Equipoise was much the best He ran the fiveeighths in 59Vi easily the best time of the local meeting for the distance and Workman was looking back as his mount passed the finish finishEight Eight colts started in the Youthful Stakes and there was a slight delay at the start caused by the fractious actions of Chouette and Equipoise A good start was effected however and the field was off in alignment with Westerner the first to reach full stride The field was well bunched going to the first turn but as the turn was reached the yellow silks on Vander Pool were seen to go to the front frontSWERVES SWERVES TO INSIDE INSIDEAt At the threeeighths post Vander Pool was clear but Equipoise was moving up fast at that point and in a few strides was head and head with the unbeaten one The pair raced together to the quarter post where Workman touched Equipoise with his whip The latter increased his speed but as he did he swerved to the inside bumping Vander Pool and then as he passed the Allen colt he apparently crossed over on him himThe The Whitney colt quickly forged ahead of Vander Pool in the run home and at the sixteenth post he was so well in front that Workman took a slight hold of Equipoise while Kelsay also slightly eased his mount when he saw second place secure Chouette was much the best of the others and finished fast to take third four lengths back of Van ¬ der Pool and the same margin before West ¬ erner ernerA A fast pace was set in the Youthful Stakes the first quarter being run in 23 and the half in 4G The best previous time over five furlongs was 1 00 made by Morshion April 29 29Kelsay Kelsay did not claim foul for Vander Pool but was called before the stewards after the report of patrol judge H O Vosburg The stewards questioned Workman also and then changed the placing giving second honors to Chouette and third to Westerner WesternerOne One of the largest crowds of the meeting was in attendance for the racing which was conducted under ideal summer weather and over a fast track trackThe The spectators received another thrill when John R Thompson Jrs Minotaur former plater and second in the Preakness Stakes last year surprised with a triumph in the Excelsior Handicap Minotaur led home an ¬ other former plater in Mrs M Sheas Sands Ford in the mile and a sixteenth race for 5950 first money while the Greentree Sta ¬ bles Comstockery winner last Saturday of the Kings County Handicap was third thirdWEE WEE DROP BY NECK H B Swopes Wee Drop managed to stag ¬ ger home the winner of the first race of the day by a scant neck aver J P Whites Deedie while Mary L Crawfords Nadia K was third The winner was ridden by Rose and was a pronounced favorite Following a few minutes delay at the post the field left in good alignment and it was Nadia K which began first Her advantage was short lived for she was quickly passed by Wee Drop and Fuss Budget The latter two quickly drew away from the others Awe less was leading the others while Nadia K and Deedie were further back The two leaders continued to race head and head until well into the stretch where Fuss Budget quit suddenly Deedie then moved up with a rush after saving much ground on the turn Nadia K responded as did Irish Maiden which went to the outside turning for home Wee Drop held on gamely to the end and just managed to outlast Deedie while Nadia K was in close quarters in the final few strides hemmed in by Irish Maiden MaidenJohn John P Whites Everytime raced to an easy victory in the Elmhurst Claiming Han ¬ dicap over six furlongs He showed the way to Vigilia from the Ncwberry Stable while Stand By from the Brandon Stable was third A field of eleven started Trip ¬ ping Toe was the early pacemaker and set a fast early pace She had a safe lead in the stretch but tired badly and dropped back finishing far back Everytime which Kurtsinger kept in closest pursuit of the early leader then assumed command and at the finish had speed in reserve Vigialia proved a good second although driving at the end while Stand By after overcoming early interference finished gamely on the outside to be a good third thirdTrainer Trainer Val Grain saddled his second win ¬ ner of the day in Geo De Mar from the Wildrose Farm stable The latter downed T M Cassidys Turf Writer in the final strides while The Tattler was a distant third The winner came from the rear

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