Market Wise Narrow Victor in Ballot; Chicago-Owned Horses Capture Purses: Just Beans Upsets In Initial Offering; Cherriko Takes Second for Large Return in Double--Two Wins for Sabath Stable, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-26


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Market Wise Narrow Victor in Ballot ChicagoOwned Horses Capture Purses Just Beans Upsets In Initial Offering OfferingCherriko Cherriko Takes Second for Large Returnin Double Two Wins for Sabath Stable StableSTICKNEY STICKNEY 111 May 25 Two Chicago owned thoroughbreds Miss E V Jenkin sons Just Beans and H A Herns Cherriko combined their efforts to make possible a daily double payoff of 20460 as another program of heavy track racing got under way at Hawthorne this afternoon Just Beans ridden by William Lowe sprinted home in front of seven other rivals over the six and a half furlongs of the first race and Cherriko guided by Lawrence Barney whipped a similar number df opponents over the same distance in the second secondJust Just Beans whowas a winner during the Sportsmans Park meeting broke in front today and was never headed Ida Streng raced fairly close ± o the Jenkinson colt for a litle more than a halfmile and when she dropped back Just Beans drew out and won as he pleased His winning margin was three and a half lengths and the mutuel return on his chances was 3280 for 2 2After After racing closest to the pace over the early furlongs Ida Streng stopped so badly she wound up in last place Late Dawn ac counting for second honors and Miss Bride aux coming from a long way back to be third thirdSurgeon Surgeon Dick Favorite Surgeon Dickwas installed the favorite in the opening event but he seemed unable to untrack himself in the tough going and the best he could do was to finish fourth fourthCherriko Cherriko came from behind to score his victory He followed the pacemaking Knights Quest II and Yankee Notions to the head of the stretch and then set sail The Hern mare forged to the front ap ¬ proaching the last eighth then stood a drive to save top honors by a half length Millo the public choice closed badly here after racing far back for a half mile and wound up second well in advance of the third horse Three Bangs BangsYankee Yankee Notions wound up fourth while Knights Quest II finished in sixth place placeCherriko Cherriko paid 1800 for 2 2Another Another Chicago owned thoroughbred to earn a purse this afternoon was Mrs Albert Sabaths Say Miss who graduated from the maiden ranks in the third race She was in front from the beginning but tired badly in the drive and it was all Nick Jemas could do to keep her in front of Saraphara at the end of the five furlongs The latter was in closest pursuit of the heavily sup ¬ ported Sabath filly from the beginning Third in the field of six maiden juvenile juvenileContinued Continued on Page Seven ChicagoOwned Horses Victorious at Lincoln LincolnDouble Double Races to Just Beans Cherriko Sabath Silks on Top TopContinued Continued from Page One Onefillies fillies was Annanbob whileValdina Kovia was next nextSay Say Miss second in each of her last three starts was making good hi her fifth trip to the post postToujour Toujour owned by Mrs H A Deep with Andy ToTurco riding made up a successful combination over the six furlongs of the fourth race Hanging up his fifth victory of the year Toujour followed Float Away to the huad of the home stretch and then took command himself drawing out in the drive to win with four lengths to spare Float Away enjoyed a good lead for tha first half mile but was no match for th winner though he was easily best of tin others He took the place six lengths in advance of the third horse Connie Ann AnnThe The Sabath silks were seen in front again in the fifth race in which Colors Up also piloted by jockey Jemas whipped five other platers at six furlongs This daughter of Transmute made up many lengths in the drive while racing on the inside and was up near the end to win by a neck from Timocracy who made all the pace Burning Sands the favorite was third to complete the distance distanceThe The sixth race went to Hasty Star owned by Mrs S Smith and ridden by P Johnson She was in front from the beginning and was never headed winning by a length and onehalf Rugged Rock was second and Mr Mais third with the favorite Mistletoe beating the others over the six furlongs

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