Alforay Registers Again at Lincoln; Lochinvar in Popular Aqueduct Score: Ernst Gelding Whips Dr. Rush By Two Lengths in Mild Drive; Favored Kesargo Runs Third In Miss Roberta Lee Purse--First Draftee Surprises, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-09


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Alforay Registers Again at Lincoln Lochinvar in Popular Aqueduct Score Ernst Gelding Whips Dr Rush By Two Lengths in Mild Drive Favored Kesargo Runs Third In Miss Roberta Lee Purse First Draftee Surprises SurprisesSTICKNEY STICKNEY 111 June 8 The A C Ernst Stable which already has two stakes and several other purses to its credit this meeting sent Alforay out to win the six furlong Miss Roberta Lee Purse one of the principal events on todays program at Hawthorne The son of Foray II scoring his second victory of the meeting and his third of the year ran the threequarters of a mile in 112 the fastest time of the current season in Chicago and won by two lengths under the guidance of Lawrence Barney who was handling his second win ¬ ner of the day dayDr Dr Rush from the Rivor Divide Farm was second and Mrs Leslie Thompsons Kesargo the favorite a distant third thirdAlforay Alforay who paid 9 for 2 was among the leaders from the beginning and after racing about half the distance without being strongly urged he matte his charge Moving up on the outside the Ernst geld ¬ ing forged to the front before reaching the home stretch and then gradually drew out to score in decisive fashion Although he won in convincingly enough fashion Barney rode him out to prevent his quit ¬ ting tingDr Dr Rush also prominent from the start was energetically handled in the drive and though he was no match for the winner he held on well to protect second money Kesargo who finished four lengths farther jback displayed the most early speed but she dropped back when challenged and just lasted to be third a neck in advance of Bobs Dream DreamLayaway Layaway Only Other Factor FactorOf Of the others only Layaway was ever a factor He raced with the leaders for about three furlongs but then flattened out badly badlyAnother Another of the better races on todays program was the Washington Boulevard Claiming Handicap and it was won by First Draftee recently claimed by Dan Cataldo In hand for about threequarters First Draftee took the lead from Milk Flip when ready and won with two lengths to spare He was ridden by Jimmy McCoy McCoyJohnny Johnny Jr was second and Milk Flip next threequarters of a length farther back Relious and Knightfors were the only other starters Weigh Anchor having been a late withdrawal withdrawalMaking Making his first start since last fall L W Ulmers Basileus returned to compe ¬ tition in winning form when he accounted for the first race a spiint of six and a half furlongs under the handling of Frank Zehr He won by only a nose but he was much more master of the situation than his nose advantage at the wire would sug ¬ gest for Zehr rode him a little too confi ¬ dently As it was he just lasted to beat Sidonia who came from far back to pre ¬ sent his challenge Wise Hobby finished third and Valdina Marge next The win ¬ ner not overlooked because of his long absence from the races was made the fa ¬ vorite at odds of 6 to 5 5Annie Annie Alone owned by the Brolite Farm and ridden by Eugene White accounted for the second race in which eleven platers met at six furlongs On the outside where she was able to avoid much crowding Annie Alone moved into second place en ¬ tering the stretch and then outfinished Camp Liberty to win by a head Ticky Otis was third but might have been the theContinued Continued on Page Fifteen Alforay Triumphs Again In Headliner at Lincoln LincolnContinued Continued from Page One Onewinner winner but for beirig in close quarters much of the way Limitation the favorite also was unable to do her best because of being in close quarters quartersMaking Making a belated charge L F Kings Feathery won her first race in two years when she sprinted to victory over the six furlongs of the third event She was well back in the field for a half mile but then when brought to the outside she rallied smartly under the handling of M N Gon ¬ zalez and was up in the closing strides to get the decision by a half length Marcella K who had taken the lead from Miss Lex ¬ ington and Black Mark entering the home stretch could not hold the winner but managed to save the place a neck before Meadow Dew Subdeb who was made the favorite here lacked speed and though she saved ground could not threaten at any stage of the race raceThe The twoyearold Hynap owned by W F Morgan and ridden by Lawrence Bar ¬ ney led from beginning to end to take major honors in the fourth race a dash of five furlongs After showing the way by a comfortable margin to the last eighth HyCap began to display signs of weak ¬ ening and Barney had to keep after him the rest of the way to land him under the wire a head in advance of Dog Daze Isa queen was third two lengths farther back Campion Hall showed a flash of early speed here but gave way badly in the drive while Rockwood Boy from whom conten ¬ tion was expected was blocked in an at ¬ tempt to get through on the inside in the home stretch and never threatened The winner was a 4to5 chance in the wager

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