Reverberate Victress: Triumph in Feature Second Straight for Jockey Landolt, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-11


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REVERBERATE VICTRESS Triumph in Feature Second Straight for Jockey Landolt. -Rose Tree Purse Heads Fair Grounds Program Trinchera Takes Measure of Bright Knot. NEW ORLEANS, La., March 10 Reverberate, the useful four-year-old daughter of Thunderer Flora McFlimsey, which has been a good winner for R. C. Thatcher, Colorado owner, added another purse to her " earnings when she decisively vanquished five others of her sex over the mile distance in the Rose Tree Purse, most attractive .race on the program at the Fair Grounds today. Chene, which shared favoritism with the winner, made the result doubly popular for the players when she succeeded in out- - staying Claret for second. Only a neck separated the latter two, while C. Landolt, who was riding his second winner in successive races, directed the Thatcher filly -to the finish four lengths in front of her closest rival. Back of Claret were Engle-wood, NellfKuhlman and Donna Mine and the six fillies and mares raced over a fast track. Donna Mine and then Chene held the early lead but the winner was restrained several lengths back and when called upon after -reaching the final quarter, soon demonstrated her superiority. Coming outside the leading Chene with a rush, she soon had a commanding advantage and while taken tinder mild restraint in the late stages, continued to increase her lead until it was four lengths at the finish. In the final drive Chene tired, but under strong riding by Elston, managed to stall off Claret long enough to take second. BONXA MINE QUITS BADLY. Donna Mine quit badly after five-eighths .while Englewood failed to seriously approach the leaders .with weak response in the last quarter. A big loss of ground was sustained by Nell Kuhlman, which after -bearing out on the first turn, raced wide for the remainder of the distance. Cool weather held down the attendance. Bay Leaf, recently acquired by Mrs. J. H. McCoole, furnished a big surprise when she decisively defeated Little Marcelle, Miss Snappy and other of the maiden three-year-old fillies in the first race. Under an alert ride by G. Elston, the victorious daughter of Paul Weidel and Flavia was never in difficulty, as she showed the way throughout the three-quarters and defeated Little Mar-"celle by three lengths without being subjected to the slightest pressure. While Little Marcelle held second place safe at every stage, Miss Snappy worked her way from a good distance back to account for third over Blue Hawaii, Board Walker, the favorite, failing to prove a strong factor, as she was forced to follow a course hear the center of the track throughout. IDENTIFICATION IN DOUBT. Garrett Watts Transmit, a carded starter in the race, was ordered scratched by the stewards, who were not satisfied with the identification furnished by trainer E. Davis. The filly was taken out of the parade and all money wagered on her refunded. Although he was supported with much confidence, John Marschs Simple Singer was forced to the limit to defeat Elkhart and capture the main award in the three-quarters second race for three-year-olds. They fought it out to a neck finish as K. Russell outstayed Tennywood for third money. Lack of room during the early racing and again when entering the stretch was costly to the winner and when clear in the final eighth he found Elkhart, which had rushed through along the rail, a stubborn foe. They were in close alignment in the run to the wire and while fighting it out pulled away from K. Russell and Tennywood. Tennywood was much used racing with Wise Seller, the early leader, and tired after getting to the front in the stretch. Trinchera, maiden son of Eternal, carried the Three Ds Stock Farm colors to victory over Bright Knot, Paldomar and nine other masculine three-year-olds in the third race, also over three-quarters. Shaking off Bright Knot, the favorite, when ready in the last quarter, the Three Ds gelding came on to win handily and by a length and one-half as Bright Knot held second place safe from the fast finishing Paldomar. Nick D.-and Cloirado failed to race up to expectations, the former quitting badly after Continued on thirteenth page.. REVfiRBERATEJICTRESS .Continued from first page. going a half-mile and the latter remaining well out of the forward division after dropping back in the first eighth. Six of the better grade platers raced three-quarters in the fourth race and the interesting contest they provided resulted in a mild surprise when Mrs. W. R. Padgetts Prometheus proved the winner. He defeated Tombereau, the choice, in a driving finish and by a neck as Squeaky, a length back, nosed out Checkerberry for third. Both Squeaky and Checkerberry suffered slight interference when the winner swerved slightly to the inside when coming through on the inside of Tombereau, which raced wide in the stretch. The latter drew into what appeared a safe lead when Dollar Princess gave way suddenly after reaching the last three-sixteenths and, while holding on well, was unable to withstand the rush of the winner. C. Lan-dolt rode the Padgett five-year-old, which carried, top weight of 120 pounds.

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