Double for Mose Goldblatt, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-28


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1 i- ,r .. s_ ~T " ? he ie w , : lf an n f ~~ for J? R . " in- n. es for 3r £y m p x. the ie j ] of 0f ten ;n , DOUBLE FOR MOSE GOLDBLATT Continued from first page. to the early pacemaker, Jane Rachel. The Walnut Hiils Purse engaged juveniles for a test of five and one-half furlongs. It resulted in one of the best races of the day, when the successful trio came to the end in close formation with Willard Wilsons Lancewood obtaining the decision by half length under a powerful ride by the veteran Lee Canfield. Miss Greenock, from the Park-ir view Stable, was second, a nose before J. Shakespeares highly-regarded Geo. Gable, which ruled an almost prohibitive choice. While the favorite was unable to meet the demands of his stronger rivals, he gave fine performance and, considering the weight concessions he was giving to his op-* ponents, the race was up to standard. The sizzling early pace set by Miss Greenock was another factor which could be attributed to the favorites failure. However, the con- test culminated satisfactorily for the vic- tory was somewhat popular as the winner was well backed. Twelve horses left the paddock for the first race, but only eleven of them raced. The missing performer was none other than the unruly Miss Rebeck, which seemingly too much for apprentice Albert Morgan. The Ellis filly was going along nicely until about a sixteenth of a mile of the parade was completed when she began her tantrums. was not long before she had Morgan in the infield from the force of one of her bucks, After running away a mile, the stewards excused her from starting, and her entry will be refused for the remainder of the meeting. The winner in this was the highly regarded Harper, which went to the post pronounced favorite and paid 4 to 5. The Spencer horse never left the final result doubt after the first three-eighths and won in hand by four lengths. Second went Tiger Clark, while Lady Hazel got up in the final strides to nose out Pun for third award. Gannonic, among the choices, raced poorly. r I | a " _ . a I h 1 i- I jj J . j . r e [ n is s e t 3 It t j I e j j 3 i 3 ; y ! j e y a a e in n n j I i to 0 ! e 1 r.

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