Crackle Scores At Dallas: Runs George Course in :58, Fastest Time for Distance of Current Fair Park Meeting., Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-11


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CRACKLE SCORES AT DALLAS Runs George Course in 58 Fastest FastestTime Time for Distance of Current CurrentFair Fair lar Meeting DALLAS Texas May 10 The colors of Mrs A M Creech long a favorite with western fans were carried to their first victory of the Fair Park meeting when Crackle was the winner of the Brook Hol ¬ low Country Club Claiming Purse the best race offered here this afternoon Speeding over the short five furlongs of the George course in 58 the fastest time of the meet ¬ ing for the distance the winner reached the end two lengths before F J Grands Chiefs Pride which led Danny Lauders Kyso by slightly more than a length at the end endA A small field of six met over the dash dis ¬ tance and while Crackle which had the services of Charles Parvin began in the first flight Kyso was not so fortunate He was the last under way and was forced to work his way forward at a loss of ground groundAnother Another day of summerlike weather was responsible for the largest crowd of the meeting being present for the sport which was given over to performers from the claim ¬ ing ranks The platers furnished interesting racing and although favorites were in the minority many of the finishes kept the fans on their toes toesThere There was little delay at the post with Fast Move taking command at the start However Parvin soon had the winner in the van and increasing her advantage to four lengths during the opening threeeighths she had something left when Chiefs Pride which had followed in closest pursuit from the start offered his challenge in the stretch Taking no chance with the winner Parvin kept her under pressure to the end During the run to the stretch High Bottom and Goya alternated at holding third place but they fell back rapidly when Kyso chal ¬ lenged lengedChiefs Chiefs Pride was an 18 to 5 choice and carried 115 pounds five less than Kyso and one less than High Bottom and Fast Move Coya the light weight of the field carried 110 pounds poundsStar Star Buckland furnished the winner of the first race when Losing Clon reached the finish of Jhe seven furlongs two lengths before Well Heeled which alternated with Losing Clon at pacemaking Two lengths separated Well Heeled and Aidas Pal at the end endA A limit field of ten started with the win ¬ ner taking command in the first furlong Unable to withstand Well Heeled Losing Cion gave way until near the final furlong where responding to strong urging she again went into the van to be in hand at the end While Runanwin favorite over the winner and Well Heeled showed little Aidas Pal came from far back to beat Ultra Vote a head for minor honors honorsCentennial Centennial fiveyearold Sir Barton geld ¬ ing scored his first victory of the meet ¬ ing and his second of the year when he carried the Bedford Stock Farm colors to a driving triumph over the heavily supported Col Hatfield Princess Queen and seven others that contested the second event Al ¬ though the first under way the winner was forced wide on the lower turn but im ¬ proved his position rapidly after three eighths and wore Col Hatfield down in the last sixteenth to be a half length before him at the end Some three lengths sep parated Col Hatfield and Princess Queen at the finish finishAnother Another mild surprise came with the third race at one mile when E McManns Yancey was the winner Scotch Tom was second with the well backed Sleepy Joe third thirdTaking Taking command at the start the winner drew clear of Maeantic after f ixesixteenths and steadied along until near the final furlong he experienced little trouble in drawing away from Scotch Tom when he made his belated thrust The latter but for propping at the start probably would have offered the winner a more stern bat ¬ tle Always in a contending position Sleepy Joe lasted to beat Damascene a nose for minor honors

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