Jet Battle and Sea Cat In 73 Beulah Double: Some 8,200 Fans on Hand for Top Combined Payoff of Meet, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-12


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Jet Battle and Sea Cat In 373 Beulah Double DoubleSome Some 8200 Fans on Hand for Top Combined Payoff of Meet MeetBy By W A CRUSE CRUSEBEULAH BEULAH PARK Grove City Ohio May 10 Summerlike weather and a fine nine race card attracted upwards of 8200 racing fans this afternoon The temperature hov ¬ ered in the high 70s shortly after noon and it was obvious long before the first race that the days attendance would far exceed last Saturdays SaturdaysR R LBerk and Mary Kerns Jet Battle was a surprise victor in the opener Under jockey Blake Collins well judged ride the fouryearold Battlefire colt was easily three lengths the best of R Hutchisons Bonnie Miss and jockey Sam Brucemi The latter duo as the favorite in the betting saved the place award by a neck over Mrs Roy Dollaways Roys First and jockey Harry Holcomb HolcombTo To those who fancied Jet Battles chance for a maiden victory the return was 48 48Continued Continued on Page FiftySeven Jet Battle and Sea Cat In 373 Beulah Double DoubleSome Some 8200 Fans on Hand for Top Combined Payoff of Meet MeetContinued Continued from Page One OneThe The winners time over the 6 furlongs on the fastest racing strip of the meeting was 113 113Elmer Elmer F Winters Sea Cat and jockey Sam Brucemi completed the Daily Double by being five lengths the best of J A Ru bertos Driving Easy and apprentice John Neville in the second race The time for this 6 furlongs a shade more impressive than the first race was 112 D and V Turner Jrs Heart Leaf the strong favor ¬ ite was fourth The winner returned 1040 while completing the 37380 Daily Double the largest at the current meeting meetingW W Cordesco and R Spicers Isdelovely made her second start of the meeting a winning one under jockey Guillermo Silvas steady handling At the end of the 6 fur ¬ longs the fiveyearold Brookfield mare was a length and onehalf in front of S A Calders Step Fast and jockey J D Walk ¬ er C Day Jr and M Derondes Jo Mah the favorite third in the race another two and onehalf lengths back with jockey Phil E Borgemenke in the saddle The winner returned 920

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