Vinita Harvest Proves Best in Detroit Sprint: Recent Wolf Claim Has Three Lengths to Spare over Travel, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-27


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i- q 0 :• i. 0 0 I r 1 H 0 0 0 Vinita Harvest Proves Best in Detroit Sprint Recent Wolf Claim Has Three Lengths to Spare Over Travel DETROIT, Mich., June 26.— Making her 1 second start in as many days, Mrs. Lottie B Wolfs short-lived horse possession, she a claimed the animal yesterday for ,600 and lost him this afternoon for ,700. Vinita Harvest proved best of six others in 1 the six furlongs third event. The son of E Harvesting quickly ran down Zora J. and, , once in front, the gelding sped on in advance . without much trouble. However, he » was kept under steady handling and ar-0 rived at the finish with three lengths to spare, while rounding out the distance in 1 1:1445 over a fast surface. The odds-on ! favorite Travel finished second, and An-, sted was third a length farther back. A k winning ticket was worth .30. Travels defeat was aided by the antics of Ansted at the head of the stretch, that three-year-old carrying out the choice as he swung wide. A gathering estimated at 12,000 viewed 1 the program of eight races, and those who 3 combined in the Daily Double, Myrtle Mar-dons - Phil Pet, successful in the opener, and Mrs. E. H. Beezleys Rockwood Jean, winner of the second, received 62.80. Phils Pet took over shortly after the a start and. although pressed frequently during the early running by Talk Over, he * managed to hold his lead and through the 2 stretch held off Detained. At the end a •t neck separated the first two, while Two 3 Tops was a nose back in third position. The g winner was clocked the six furlongs in , 1:14%, and paid 2.80.

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