Erin Torch Wins Again, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-28


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1 : § s .3 /. d - g ls 1- e :e l- r, l- r- ie c- r- ■" 9 9 t, w it r- is y it is s ERIN TORCH WINS AGAIN Continued from first page. ■ — • before his nearest opponent. Mighty Quick was six lengths before Chance Dame at the close, Our Prince, which forced the early pace, faltering badly in the stretch, With the favorite, Lily May, experiencing a rather rough journey, Gibbys Choice and Prince Sulieman were the ones to fight it out for major honors in the seven furlongs third race. Lily May finished third. She jumped into an early lead but Flight of Gold overtook her on the turn and forced back as Flight of Gold bore over before racing clear, she had not returned to good stride when Gibbys Choice and Prince Sulieman raced into first and second places on the stretch turn. Thereafter it was Gibbys Choices race though Trince Sulieman came on to finish within a length of the G. B. Scallon veteran. The choice was three lengths farther back. Harold Wiley, making his first start under the colors of A. A. Young, who purchased him earlier in the day, was a decisive win-1- ner over seven other maiden three-year-n olds in the fourth race. This was a split of the second, with the six furlongs dis« tance prevailing. Second and third places were held by Weelukie and Bonnie Princess. Saved in the early stages, which saw Wee-it lukie and Imprimis alternating" in the pace-making, the winner moved into command when called upon in the stretch and was racing easily two and one-half lengths be-- fore Weelukie at the finish. Tiring badly in the drive, Imprimis lost third by a big margin to Bonnie Princess,

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