Hy-Cap Surprises in Debut at Cicero; Bold Captain in Third Straight Score: Sweeping Ahead Is Beaten at Odds-On; Morgan Juvenile Uncovers High Speed in Berwyn Purse Under Jockey L. Barney, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-04


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LAWRENCE BARNEY Who is riding in inrare rare form at Sportsmans was astride astrideHyCap HyCap and Bezique at the Cicero track trackyesterday yesterday HyCap Surprises in Debut at Cicero Bold Captain in Third Straight Score Sweeping Ahead Is Beaten at OddsOn OddsOnMorgan Morgan Juvenile Uncovers High Speed in Berwyn Purse Under Jockey L Barney BarneyCICERO CICERO 111 May 3 Running the fast ¬ est four and onehalf furlongs of the meet ¬ ing and one that carried him two lengths before the heavily backed Sweeping Ahead HyCap William P Morgans Texasbred son of Hygro Caprice n accounted for the Berwyn Purse main attraction offered as Sportsmans Park entered its second full week of spring racing and the first for its own benefit A sixday charity session pre ¬ ceded Saturdays annual meeting meetingLarry Larry Barney had some luck with the Morgarv colorbearer for the pacemaking Sweeping Ahead drifted out enough after rounding the upper turn to allow him to send the Texas racer along the rail and to the front before entering the short stretch HyCap lost no time in establishing a clear lead and under pressure to the end the final marker found him winner with two lengths to spare The third award went to Harv Aethel who moved into contention with a rush but he did not menace the leaders finishing a length and onehalf in Sweeping Aheads wake wakeDue Due to his fine record which included two victories at New Orleans and one here Sweeping Ahead shouldered 122 pounds against the 110 which the Morgan repre ¬ sentative carried carriedTimed Timed in 564s 564sUnder Under 119 pounds Dog Daze also vic ¬ torious over this halfmile track chased Sweeping Ahead into the back stretch and he found the task too exacting while Cap ¬ tain Eddie who ran in several parts of the track made up enough ground to take fourth laurels laurelsA A goodsized crowd witnessed the sport offered over a fast track and HyCaps time of 564 came within threefifths of a second of Miss Brilliants record recordA A recent arrival from Louisville where she underwent training for this years cam ¬ paign F G Sanders Madam High a win ¬ ner of five of her twentyeight starts last year opened todays program with a mild surprise She was a frontrunning winner of the fivefurlong dash with Southern Jane the secondchoice Millpomp and Ran gle finishing noses apart to reap the minor awards awardsCamp Camp Liberty a Texasbred daughter of Liberty Limited Campion was a handy surprise winner of the second race Rep ¬ resenting Mrs J A Nix San Antonio patron and with Willie Lowe aboard the winner raced up on the outside to wear down Kings Glory the favorite and won wonContinued Continued on Page ThirtyTwo HyCap Makes Winning Debut at Sportsmans SportsmansContinued Continued from Page One Onewith with slightly more than a length and with something in reserve Stake Door was sec ¬ ond to complete the five furlongs and Kings Glory finished third thirdDelayed Delayed when Kes unseated her rider before the start and crashed through the outside fence after which she was ordered withdrawn the third race resulted in an ¬ other triumph for a progeny of Liberty Limited when M Osfelds Liberty Flik was a driving winner winnerFashioned Fashioned for threeyearolds the five furlong dash found Van Greenock the favorite runnerup and Crystal Torch third in the small field of seven W Miller was uninjured when Kes tossed him while being placed in the gate after getting away from an assistant starter Van Greenock and several others had not reached the starting point when the mishap occurred and all wagers on Kes were ordered re ¬ funded The public had wagered 1473 on the daughter of Discovery DiscoveryLiberty Liberty Flik had only to race Carlastar into submission and withstand the threats of Crystal Torch and Van Greenock to earn the major award awardMaking Making every post a winning one Bezique whose seasons racing record compares in value with an A coupon in thered ration book carried Mrs A C Kleins silks and Larry Barney to an easy victory in the fourth number

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