Quizzle Proves Repeater at Lincoln; Ten Fleet Fillies to Contest Astoria: Nips Proud Sister By Head in Sprint; Warren Drives Creech Racer Hard to Overtake Erlanger Mare in Closing Strides, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-16


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Quizzle Proves Repeater at Lincoln Ten Fleet Fillies to Contest Astoria Nips Proud Sister By Head in Sprint SprintWarren Warren Drives Creech Racer Hard to Overtake Erlanger Mare in Closing Strides StridesSTICKNEY STICKNEY 111 June 15 Mrs A M Creechs Quizzle sprinted to a popular vic ¬ tory in the Jackson Boulevard Purse a test of six and a half furlongs that highlighted todays sport at Hawthorne The Creech horse ridden by W Warren won out in a driving finish in which he beat the Er ¬ langer Stables Proud Sister a head as Mrs C Willis Volcano was no more than a half length farther back in third place placeQuizzle Quizzle scoring his second straight vic ¬ tory was reserved off the leaders for al ¬ most half the distance and then was sent on his way He came to the extreme out ¬ side for the run through the final straight ¬ away and in the last few strides he got up to nip Proud Sister for top honors honorsProud Proud Sister was a sharp factor here from the beginning and when she forged past Chicago Dr in the stretch to take command it appeared she might be the winner She battled on gamely to the end but Quizzle was a little top much for her herIn In running third Volcano closed strongly after remaining well back in the field for more than a half mile mileFourth Fourth In the field of eight which ac ¬ cepted the issue was Dr Rush another who had been among the leaders from the beginning beginningChicago Chicago Dr Gives Way Badly BadlyChicago Chicago Dr had the most early Speed but he gave way badly in the drive and wound up in last place placeQuizzle Quizzle ran the six and a half furlongs in 120 and those who supported him in the mutuels received 780 for 2 2Todays Todays racing was witnessed by another large weekday crowd and if the sport did not bring out some of the stars quartered here it did produce a number of lively fin ¬ ishes to stir the interest of spectators spectatorsMaking Making his first start of the meeting and handled by Edward Bianco who had never before ridden in a race the DonnaRay Stables Azimuth sprinted to a decisive vic ¬ tory in the first event a test of six and a half furlongs The son of Pompey moved into contention after about threeeighths and upon reaching the home stretch took command with a rush drawing out to score by three lengths WestHo and DueSport came from far back to take second and third honors separated only by a nose Drift Silver and Silver Wind who shared early pacemaking honors faded away in the drive and ran fourth and fifth re ¬ spectively spectivelyBianco Bianco brother of jockey Charles Bianco Continued on Page TwentySeven Quizzle Is Up in Time To Down Proud Sister SisterHolds Holds Head Advantage at Finish Of Headline Offering at Lincoln LincolnContinued Continued from Paoe One Oneis is under contract to the DonnaRay Sta ¬ ble He hails from Brooklyn and can ride as light as 100 pounds Though he has never before ridden in a race on a major track he has had several years experience galloping horses horsesMrs Mrs C R Valentines Elissa B juvenile fill by Firethorn and Piffle making the first start of her career whipped eleven other maiden juveniles in the fivefur ¬ long second race with the assistance of jockey Lyle Whiting Elissa B could not keep up early but when brought to the outside nearing the home stretch she moved up fast and ultimately won with two and a half lengths to spare New Frontier the favorite made up many lengths here to account for second honors while Tib who shared pacemaking honors with Driscoll was third The latter fin ¬ ished fourth fourthThe The daily double based upon the vic ¬ tories of Azimuth and Elissa B paid 25980 25980The The longestpriced winner of the meet ¬ ing presented itself when Hyman Fried bergs Bolo Way won the third race and paid 22820 for 2 With C L Martin at the reins the Friedberg filly took the lead from Brilliant Fly approaching the last quarter and held her advantage for the rest of the six and a half furlongs win ¬ ning with a length to spare over Active The latter came from a long way back to present his challenge but he was not equal to his assignment He was much the best of the others however for he took second honors three lengths before Brave Deed After showing the way until Bolo Way came along Brilliant Fly stopped so badly he wound up last in the field of 11 11The The DonnaRay Stable won another purse when Unknown Reward whipped eleven other sprinting platers over the six and a half furlongs of the fourth race This one was ridden by Harry Sehuling and he paid 1860 Bescar was second and Marchon third and the heavily supported favorite Cabin Creek far back after hav ¬ ing paced the field to the final eighth Un ¬ known Reward followed in closest pursuit of Cabin Creeks pace to the stretch and then wore him down holding the strongly closing Bescar safe near the end Unknown Reward won by two lengths with Bescar beating Marchon three for the place Cabin Creek finished sixth

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