Sabula Disappoints Again: Fails Her Backers in Toledo Handicap Thursdays Detroit Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-28


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SABULA DISAPPOINTS AGAIN Fails Her Backers in Toledo Handicap Thursdays Detroit Feature. ♦ Finishes Third to Glynson and Chartres — Ideal Weather Responsible for Largest Crowd of Week. DETROIT, Mich., June 27.— Sabula, which has a habit of disappointing when held at short odds, showed little for her following that installed her a 9 to 5 choice for the Toledo Handicap, which featured Detroits racing this afternoon. Winning honors went to F. J. Estes Glynson, with J. M. Jones Chartres second, and Fred M. Algers offending favorite third. Only six started in the mile race, with Arson saving fourth from Slapped and Cross Ruff. With the exception of the racing strip, which was classified as good after a hard rain which fell during the night, ideal conditions prevailed for the sport. The largest crowd of the week attended. There was little delay at the start of the feature with Charley Kurtsinger sending the winner into the lead nearing the lower turn. The "Flying Dutchman" was forced to keep Glynson under good urging as Arson and Slapped raced head and head with him until reaching the final half mile. Leaving the back stretch, Glynson began to draw away from his rivals and, although Kurtsinger had him under good hand riding at the end, he was four lengths before Chartres, which lasted to beat Sabula by a nose for second. Working his way forward steadily and lucky to find room nearing the final quarter, Chartres tired in the last stages. During the opening three-quarters Sabula failed to respond to good pressure, and she made up little ground in the run through the stretch. Glynson carried 108 pounds, four less than the top-weighted Slapped, and ran the mile in the creditable time of 1:41. Sparkdale, Marchant and Guybergers three-year-old Stimulus gelding, scored his fourth straight victory of the meeting in accounting for the Utica Handicap for Grade D performers. He reached the end of the mile and a sixteenth journey that served as the sixth race two and a half lengths before Plucky Baby, which got up to beat the heavily supported Knights Hope a nose for second. After several unsuccessful efforts, Jimmy Butlers Dame Grundy was graduated from the maiden three-year-old ranks when she led Night Ray, Blighted Hopes and seven others of her class to the finish of the three-quarters sprint that opened the program. The daughter of Genie, which came in for heavy support that sent her odds from 15 to Continued on fifteenth page. SABULA DISAPPOINTS AGAIN Continued from first page. 1 down to 24 to 5, worked her way forward •d steadily and, heading the favored Night Ray in the last sixteenth, drew away to a lengths ,s advantage at the end. A head finish and a popular score prevailed e_ for the second race, also at six furlongs, r. when Star Bucklands Ladino got up lp to beat the tiring Indefinite at the end. d. Third went to Shasta Broom. Coming from far back while Indefinite and Dusky Dame were dominating the pace, Ladino was put to strong urging in the drive , and he wore Indefinite down in the last few strides. Starogan and Dusky Dame gave way rapidly in the last furlong. Ten three-year-olds furnished the sport in 5 the third race, and it provided a popular score and easy victory when J. W. Marrs ,s High Delight was the winner. Second went nt to High Flag, with My Peter third. Always in close attendance of the pace-making e- High Flag and Hope Loring, the ie winner went to the front near the final furlong r- to be three lengths before High Flag at at the «nd.

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