Lawrin Wins!

Start good and slow. Won driving; second and third same. LAWRIN, saving much ground, responded willingly when called upon, came through on the inside when wearing down MENOW, opened up a commanding advantage approaching the final eighth, then bore out through the last sixteenth, but held DAUBER safe. The latter, badly outrun early, began to improve his position when racing wide on the stretch turn, continued near the middle of the track while closing with fine speed and was getting to the winner. CAN'T WAIT, rated under steady reserve for about three-quarters, outfinished MENOW in the last stride. The latter made a good pace under steady rating, swerved out on the stretch turn and tired under pressure thereafter. THE CHIEF ran an even race. FIGHTING FOX did not respond when urged and gave way badly after a mile. CO-SPORT was outrun. BULL LEA, away fast, could not hold a contending position and labored badly in the last half mile. MOUNTAIN RIDGE had early speed and was inclined to swerve when tiring.

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Trainer

Ben A. Jones

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Jockey

Eddie Arcaro

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Breeder

Herbert M. Woolf

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1925-1949

American Turf Association and Churchill Downs reign

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Kentucky Derby 64 Race Recap

Start good and slow. Won driving; second and third same. LAWRIN, saving much ground, responded willingly when called upon, came through on the inside when wearing down MENOW, opened up a commanding advantage approaching the final eighth, then bore out through the last sixteenth, but held DAUBER safe. The latter, badly outrun early, began to improve his position when racing wide on the stretch turn, continued near the middle of the track while closing with fine speed and was getting to the winner. CAN'T WAIT, rated under steady reserve for about three-quarters, outfinished MENOW in the last stride. The latter made a good pace under steady rating, swerved out on the stretch turn and tired under pressure thereafter. THE CHIEF ran an even race. FIGHTING FOX did not respond when urged and gave way badly after a mile. CO-SPORT was outrun. BULL LEA, away fast, could not hold a contending position and labored badly in the last half mile. MOUNTAIN RIDGE had early speed and was inclined to swerve when tiring.