Monks Memo in First Score of Season: Downs Long Hope In Lincoln Dash; Friedberg and Bright Racer Displays Splendid Form as Hy-Cop Fails at Odds-On, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-29


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Monks Memo in First Score of Season Downs Long Hope In Lincoln Dash DashFriedberg Friedberg Bright Racer Displays Splendid Form as HyCop Fails at OddsOn OddsOnSTICKNEY STICKNEY III May 28 Friedberg Brights Monks Memo making her first start of the meeting sprinted to a decisive victory in the third race at Hawthorne this afternoon and the heavily supported Hy Cop romping winner of his last two en ¬ gagements finished no better than fourth Monks Memo ridden by Lawrence Barney won the race by two and a half lengths with Long Hope running second and Ken nebis third thirdHyCop HyCop flattered his many backers by showing the way to the final quarter but then he gave way and finally pulled up lame lameMonks Monks Memo followed HyCops pace while in hand and when roused entering the home stretch she responded willingly S he quickly disposed of the early pace ¬ maker and had little difficulty holding her advantage the rest of the way She paid 1140 for 2 in the mutuels Long Hope was well placed from the be ¬ ginning and he too responded gamely to pressure in the drive but he was no match for the winner while taking second honors another two and a half lengths before Ken nebis who turned in a steady enough per ¬ formance in running third thirdHyCop HyCop tired badly in the last threesix ¬ teenths and in fourth position at the end he was another length behind Kennebit Keekee showed some early speed here but she was through after threeeighths threeeighthsThe The racing strip was slow today and over this footing Monks Memo ran the six and a half furlongs in 123 123Cideam Cideam Well Supported SupportedThe The program opened with a test of six and onehalf furlongs for maidens three and four years old and it resulted in vic ¬ tory for Cideam owned by W C Davis and ridden by Nick Jemas The heavily supported son of Maedic prominent from the start took the lead with a rush enter ¬ ing the home stretch arid drew into a long lead but tired near the end and won by only a length and onehalf Laughing Pair a rank outsider was second and Helen Agnes finished a distant third The race drew 12 contestants the largest field to be called to the ost during this meeting meetingMrs Mrs F E McDonalds Cloudy Weather scored a popular victory in the second event contested over the same distance With Lyle Whiting at the reins he re ¬ mained well back in the field for more than half the distance and then made his move He moved into second place behind the pacemaking Sharpshell soon after en tsring the final quarter and a little farther on forged to the front drawing out fast to win with four lengths to spare Sharp shell saved the place award while Minnie Ha Cha just lasted to take third honors honorsThe The fourth race also was contested at six and onehalf furlongs and it saw Clyde Troutts K Rounder get home first under the handling of William Gillespie Winamac was second and Feathery next

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