Alforay Registers Again at Lincoln; Lochinvar in Popular Aqueduct Score: Odds-On Favorite Defeats Caduceus; Finishes Length and Half To Good in Kerry Patch Handicap at Aqueduct, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-09


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Alforay Registers Again at Lincoln Lochinvar in Popular Aqueduct Score OddsOn Favorite Defeats Caduceys CaduceysFinishes Finishes Length and Half To Good in Kerry Patch Handicap at Aqueduct AqueductAQUEDUCT AQUEDUCT L I N Y June 8 J M Roeblings Lochinvar who hails from no farther west than Jersey however raced to an exceedingly popular triumph this after ¬ noon in the featured Kerry Patch Handi ¬ cap a run of a mile and a sixteenth for class C performers that developed a highly entertaining contest among a quartet of that division The fouryearold half brother of the sturdy mare Dini carrying top weight of 122 pounds in this affair spotting the others from 12 to 17 pounds nevertheless was backed into oddson fa ¬ voritism and won by a convincing length and a half under jockey Ted Atkinsons energetic hustling hustlingMrs Mrs Ethel D Jacobs Caduceus the only one of the small field to pursue waiting tactics closed steadily the last furlong at a rate that carried him into second posi ¬ tion by threequarters of a length before Belairs weary Trierarch Sugar Ration completed the group groupLochinvar Lochinvar returned 290 in the tote and raced the distance through the mud in a creditable 146 In his last previous sally postward he fashioned most of the pace in Belmonts historic Suburban SuburbanA A Dream Come True TrueA A good many years ago a lad in St Louis Kerry Patch dreamed of some day leading in a Belmont Futurity winner of his own breeding Th boy was Lee Rosenberg whose fantastic dream came true when his horse Kerry Patch won that famed juve ¬ nile classic at 501 Kerry Patch also won sundry Aqueduct events of importance thus the name of this afternoons feature Rosenberg was among those in a gathering of 15420 that watched Lochinvar win winLochinvar Lochinvar set out boldly to win all the way in the Kerry Patch but found himself accompanied by Trierarch and Sugar Ra ¬ tion who went head and head with him around the paddock turn through the back stretch and around the sharp home curve curveSugar Sugar Nation was first to give way but Trierarch turned into the front lane with Lochinvar and actually was outrunning him about a head headComing Coming to the furlong pole the two still were battling along entirely too closely aligned for those who had backed Lochin ¬ var with such rare confidence Lochinvar LochinvarContinued Continued on Page TwentyFour Lochinvar Makes Good For Legion of Backers BackersOddsOn OddsOn Favorite Length and Half Before Caduceus at End EndContinued Continued from Paoe One Onewas was on the rail and began drifting out forcing Trierarch off stride slightly slightlyIt It is doubtful however if this might have altered the result for the Belair run ¬ ner folded up steadily in the final eighth and Lochinvar straightened away winning by daylight Trierarch tired enough to per ¬ mit Caduceus to pick him up the final strides and finish second secondMrs Mrs Alfred Parkers hardhitting three yearold Biloxi Bay outran a half dozen other grade C performers over six fur ¬ longs in 112 in the Cirrus Purse He was the aggressor all the way under Longden overtaking and beating off Opera Singer after a half mile and then winning by a length as Baroque charged belatedly from last place to be second by daylight before Headoverheels HeadoverheelsSparkling Sparkling Maid was racked up to last place when caught in a wedge leaving the gate Bar Keep tired The winner paid 490

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