Red Shoes Lasts To Win Incetatus: Arcaro Holds Jackson Mare Together Nicely at Jamaica To Beat Out Dangerous Age, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-05


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Red Shoes Lasts V V VTo To Win Incetqtus IncetqtusArcaro Arcaro Holds Jackson Mare Together Nicely at Jamaica To Beat Out Dangerous Age AgeJAMAICA JAMAICA L I NX May 4 Howell E Jacksons Red Shoes with Eddie Arcaro holding her together in the final sixteenth drove to a length victory over Deerhead Stables Rocket Bomb in the featured Ince tatus Purse at Jamaica today Mrs Nicholas Schehcks Dangerous Age finished another length away in third place which is where most of the earlier choices xof the day had finished Belair Studs Hyblafce finished a head out of the money while Maine Chance Farms Lord Boswell displayed a disgraceful lack of effort finished 15 lengths behind and never rah at any stage and was taken up sharply at the start when brushed slight ¬ ly by Dangerous Age coming out of the gate Red Shoes paid a liberal 7 and ran the mile and a sixteenth in 146 146Pleasant Pleasant weather attracted a crowd of 25283 to the Baisley Boulevard Course but the favorite players among the throng drew a blank thrdugh the feature Eddie Arcaro was oh three of the first four favorites his only mounts before Red Shoes and finished third on two but was treated with unwonted consideration by the fans fansOpens Opens Up Lead Quickly QuicklyArcaro Arcaro sent Red Shoes to the front at the start of the Incetatus and quickly opened opened up a wide lead over Hyblaze Dangerous Age Rocket Bomb and Lord Boswell who trailed stubbornly The Easton mare continued to lead by daylight in the run down th far side but the field began to bunch and close up on her nearing the stretch bend Arcaro went to work rounding the bend and saved ground along the rail Dangerous Age and Hyblaze began to falter when Atkinson got Rocket Bomb to run ¬ ning on the outside and surged into second place with a powerful rush that loomed menacingly for a few strides but Arcaro nursed the tiring Red Shoes along letting his stick swing in a short arc by her ear as he pushed on the mares neck and she stuck it out to the end endWheatley Wheatley Stables Dynamo who has been tiring when racing with the leaders came from behind in the Petunia Purse today to storm by the early leaders and beat Maine Chances Lady Jacomar by a length and a half Harry LaMontagnes Quibble who had been engaged in a pace duel with Lady Jac ¬ omar from soon after the start of the six furlongs finished a head awa in third place and the same margin before MrsH J Waders Beausy The latter went very wide at the head of the stretch then crossed in front of the winner as she came back to ¬ ward the rail forcing Jessop to some fast maneuvering pnJDynamo The winner who was coupled with Flitabout paid 950 and stepped the six furlongs in 113 over the fast track trackBill Bill Post saddled Cunning Miss and Quib ¬ ble for the Petunia and engaged Ted Atkin ¬ son and Eddie Arcaro to ride them with the result that the entry was backed down to evens Cunning Miss stopped to a walk and finished last

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