Sloppy Going At Latonia: Horses Partial to Soft Track Find Changed Conditions a Big Help.; Consistent Marynell Registers Her Third Victory of Covington Meeting in Taking Perryville Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-08


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SLOPPY GOING AT LATONIA Horses Partial to Soft Track Find Changed Conditions a Big Help Consistent Marynell Registers Her Third ThirdVictory Victory of Covingtori Meeting in inTaking Taking Perryvllle Handicap LATONIA Ky June 7 Heavy overnight rains diverted the track to sloppy for todays racing at Latonia and those performers partial to that sort of going had an advan ¬ tage The featured Perryvlile Handicap fourth on the card brought together five of the better grade sprinters for a test of threequarters It fell to the Long Run Sta ¬ bles consistent Marynell marking her third victory of the meeting In second place two and onehalf lengths from the winner came W F Knebelkamps Lillian Uhl while third honors went to My Blaze which led home Man Grant and Weston which completed the field fieldA A long delay of five minutes occurred at the post due to the fractiousness of Mah Grant Lillian Uhl and My Blaze the first named being the chief offender However the start was a good one with Lillian Uhl rushing to the front Marynell was right after her and under mild reserve So eager was the latter to race at top speed that apprentice Antonio Fernandez had to allow her free swing and she soon disposed of the pacemaker After taking command she just scampered home without much exer ¬ tion to win decisively Lillian Uhl and My Blaze staged a bitter duel for place honors with the latter just lasting to get the plac ¬ ing by a head headWeston Weston gave a flash of early speed but after going threeeighths folded up upDespite Despite the threatening weather another large crowd was on hand to witness the running of the program Favorites gave a good account of themselves sustaining the judgment of their supporters in most in ¬ stances stancesOur Our Bettie a full sister to Marynell win ¬ ner of the fourth race duplicated the feat of her relative when she romped to a well earned victory in the fifth race making it a double for the Long Run Stable trainer W Grater and F Fernandez who piloted Bolo to victory in the second race Fair Cynthia was the one to offer the strongest contention to the winner in the final stages and while she could not overhaul the vic ¬ tress cut deeply into the advantage the winner held as they turned for home homeWith With EilWeir failing to meet the de ¬ mands it was up to King Cicero to come on and finish third before Waterfront The latter through his tardiness at the start got away far behind the others While it was a discouraging task apprentice Morgan sent Waterfront after the field but the feat of reaching contention took so much of his strength that he failed to be a danger ¬ ous contender after threeauarters threeauartersBright Bright Rose a daughter of Busy Ameri ¬ can and White Clover displayed a penchant for the sloppy going and gave her rivals a good dousing of mud in her triumph when she led for the major part of the threequar ¬ ters first race She won eased up by three lengths Yantis one less regarded finished second in front of the favored Jake Blieden The latter under a weak ride by appren ¬ tice M L Fallon failed to race to his best style Fallon allowed his mount to race right on the rail where the going was most exacting and once during the stretch run he bumped into the fence This slowed his speed to such an extent that he was elimi ¬ nated from winning Flutter Up was the good thing in this but after breaking in front furlongsAnother she lacked speed after three furlongs Another Busy American progeny came through with flying colors when J B Res pess Bolo accounted for the second race It was the first start for the winner and he not only displayed a good brand of speed in the going but exhibited rare gameness being compelled to race at top speed the entire distance The greatest advantage he at ¬ tained at any time was that of a head which separated him from Down in Front at the end of the fiveeighths test The latter coupled in the mutuel field also held on tenaciously While he was unable to down the victor he made it a thrilling contest throughout Early Call came from a good distance back to finish third Due to his sensational works the winner shared fa ¬ voritism with Johnny Tight which made the triumph a popular one oneHidden Hidden Dust speedy son of Sweep a strong favorite in the third race vindicated the judgment of his admirers when he sprinted to an impressive victory turning back First Pigeon Chortle and five others which raced threequarters The winner away in stride raced into a long lead in the opening quarter and maintained a decisive margin of three lengths as he turned for home Near the end however he gave ground gradually and at the end had only one and onehalf lengths margin over First Pigeon The latter led home Chortle by four lengths lengthsThe The sixth the Mundys Landing Purse an allowance affair for threeyearolds and older drafted from the best distance per ¬ formers resulted in a bristling finish when Mrs Kirby Ramseys Flint Shot made good after being installed the favorite The win ¬ ner led J O Keenes lightly regarded Dis ¬ aster to the line of finish by one length while the latter finished far in advance of J W Parrishs Jawapa The winner led almost from the start and while he was regarded as one of the outstanding invest ¬ ments of the day he required all he had to gain his victory

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