Nine Juvenile Fillies Vie in Frizette; Last Bill Registers Head Triumph: Completes Double for Cone Stable; Skoronski Stars in Saddle With Four Wins, Including Billionaire Colt in Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-05


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JOCKEY A SKORONSKI Leading Sportsmans Park rider added four more winners to his total yesterday making it 15 to date for the meeting Nine Juvenile Fillies Vie in Frizette Last Bill Registers Head Triumph Completes Double For Cone Stable StableSkoronski Skoronski Stars in Saddle With Four Wins Including Billionaire Colt in Feature FeatureSPORTSMANS SPORTSMANS PAK Cicero 111 May 4 C E Cones Last Bill a longlegged threeyearold son of Billionaire approved of the muddy racing strip and stood a long stretch drive for a head triumph over over J P Kampmeyers Phastaris in the six and onehalf furlongs sixth race Last Bill was second choice and paid 680 for his victory in the time of 125 ys The most attractive presentation of an allclaiming program brought forth seven sophomore starters with Busy Dream a fastfinishing third a neck behind Phastaris and Dan Chan was fourth Permanent Pal Baciag aloop and Harriellen finished further be ¬ hind in that order without ever seriously entering into the contest of the leading trio trioA A fairsized gathering of 8811 attended this afternoons sport which was con ducted over a racing strip which was des ¬ ignated as muddy An allnight rain which continued in drizzling fashion throughout a foggy afternoon added to the discomfort of the penetrating chilly weather weatherArabs Arabs Fancy Also Scores ScoresLast Last Bill proved a double win for owner C E Cone and served as the third winner for jockey Anthony Skoronski The same pair won the fourth race with Arabs Fancy Skoronski in displaying a contin ¬ uation of his excellent saddle style during this meeting had Last Bill into a clear lead after immediately leaving the starting gate with Phastaris and Busy Dream fol ¬ lowing At the half apprentice Norman sent Phastaris forward on the inside to be on even terms with the winner while Busy Dream gradually moved up while still un ¬ der light restraint Entering the stretch Skoronski brought Last Bill into the mid ¬ dle of the racing strip where there ap ¬ peared firmer footing and managed to garner his decision under strong punish ¬ ment Phastaris meanwhile continued gamely while racing next to the rail and Busy Dream came outside Last Bill with a belated rush rushJockey Jockey Anthony Skoronski made it four winners this afternoon out of his seven mounts bringing home Willard T Beezleys Bonnie Charlie in the eighth race Skor ¬ onski has the distinction of being the first firstContinued Continued on Page ThirtyNine Last Bill Gives Cone Stable Cicero Double 0 Skoronski Keeps Victorian Top Throughout for Saddle Triple TripleContinued Continued from Page One Onerider rider to score that many in one afternoon at the meeting this spring Bonnie Charlie paid 1120 1120Mrs Mrs T M Pruetts My Wash galloped through the muddy going to an easy tri ¬ umph by four and onehalf lengths in the fifth race under a well judged and at one point daring ride lay jockey Paul J Bailey The fouryearold Big One gelding raced nearest the pace of Pretty Is under light restraint for six furlongs Jockey Bailey then sent My Wash up on the inside of Pretty Is but that horse bore in slightly making it impossible for a passage Bailey refused to give up however and within the next few strides forced Ms way through after which he immediately opened up a long le d whichjie increased at will Pretty Is managed to save second placing over Bully Gusher by a neck with Zig Zag fin ¬ ishing fourth in the strtmg out field of 10 My Wash was the fifth nonfavorite of the murky afternoon and paid 1340 The pub ¬ lic choice Lady Seatpn at no time showed an inclination to threaten the leaders leadersThe The program begun sweetly for those who backed the chances of Mrs James L Chesneys Heine in the first event Veteran Charlie Hanauer managed to bring the Maeriel colt up for a head r decision over Sway Again with the others behind Heine paid 3440 while the even favorite Al Smithas North Dakota was racing easily in the lead when she decided to bolt round ¬ ing the far turn and had to be pulled up by her rider Anthony Skoronski The five furlongs of this race were covered by Heine inl03 x xFollowing Following his usual habit of late in re ¬ couping his followers losses when lie fails to bring home a favorite Anthony Skor ¬ onski guided to triumph in the second race Benjamin Fogelsons Betty Skelly The petite Sk Raider filly displayed a distinct fondness for the muddy track taking com ¬ mand at once and lasting over the swiftly finishing Happy Doe Betty Skelly com ¬ pleted her five furlong duties In l0245 re ¬ turning 1180 for a straight ticket and completing a comparably small Daily Double worth 16760 16760The The third conseculive abbreviated sprint for the afternoon was captured in front running style by M Whitebooks speedy Bentbrook who was closely pressed at the finish by Sons Style Hank Manifold set chilly while his mount was tiring fast through the final furlong and with these tactics brought home the shortest payoff of thev earlier races returning 626 The favored Satomea lost any chance she may have had iri swerving badly leaving the starting gate and never menaced during any portion of the jrunningi

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