Tedder Beats Favored Anita Chiquita By Three Lengths in Detroit Opener: Adams Rides Daily Double Winners by Booting Home Florizan Sam in Second, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-08


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Tedder Beats Favored Anita Chiquita By Three Lengths in Detroit Opener Adams Rides Daily Double1 Winners by Booting Home Florizan Sam in Second SecondDETROIT DETROIT Mich June 7 Tedder a sixyearold son of Teddy and Lady Em meline sporting the silks of Miss M Wool wine scored an easy victory in the first race at the Detroit Fair Grounds today Well ridden by the veteran Johnny Adams Tedder finished his one mile and a six ¬ teenth trip three lengths before H Mc Leods favored Anita Chiquita who held a two and a half lengths margin over Rouse Crumps QK Sugar at the wwire wwireFinding Finding the muddy racing strip very much to his liking Tedder ran the distance in 155 and third choice in the wagering returned his supporters a 11 straight tote payoff payoffSeven Seven started in the test and Anita Chiquita took over the pacemaking task immediately after starter Bryan Steele dispatched the field in good alignment Adams who had the mount on the victor sent Tedder right along during the run to the clubhouse but took a tight Jiold soon afterward while Anita Chiquita continued to hold sway swayTurning Turning into the back stretch Anita Chiquita moved into a two and a half lengths advantage over Tedder who was a length before Pause Even Tan was next while OK Sugar was a steadygoing fifth and saving ground Adams did not hurry the victor during this stage of the runnini and Anita Chiquita held to her lead untjj reaching the turn for home homeTedder Tedder took command when settled for the closing drive and at the eighth post he was a length and a half before Anita Chiquita and drawing clear The latter had no difficulty in retaining the place award from OK Sugar who finished rather deter ¬ minedly under punishment punishmentA A crowd of about 8000 turned out for the sport at the Motor City course today and it was treated to good racing in spite of the adverse track conditions which pre ¬ vailed vailedJockey Jockey Adams accounted for both ends of the Daily Double when he piloted Eual Wyatts Florizan Sam to a neck verdict in the second race of six furlongs which matched nine threeyearold platers Sec ¬ ond honors fell to Darby Diavolo who was six lengths before Jo Kapi third at the final marker

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