Harmonica Shows Way Home To But Why Not at Jamaica, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-01


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Harmonica Shows Way Home To But Why Not at Jamaica JamaicaJAMAICA JAMAICA L I N Y April 30 Har ¬ monica owned by Arnold Hanger was an easy winner of the Boadacia Handicap which was the best offering at Jamaica this afternoon The fouryearold daughter of Snark and Port Hole ridden by Ronnie Nash dominated the running from the start and at the finish enjoyed a fourlength margin over her opposition Harmonica was seasoned by a winter campaign in Florida and has to her credit a track standard at Gulfstr am Park one mile and a furlong in 148 148But But Why Not from the King Ranch was second while in third place was Carolyn A Tacing for B F Whitaker Red Shoes and the Christiana pair Camargo and Oberod rounded out the field Harmonica was in receipt of nine pounds from But Why Not and raced the distance of a mile and a six ¬ teenth in 146 afcd rewarded support she returning an 8 mutuel Favorites were in the ascendency at Ja ¬ maica this afternoon arid the turnstile count of 24410 was well up to the average of the meeting Overhead conditions were clear and a rise in temperature made con ¬ ditions more pleasant J or the crowd The racing strip was fast I

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