Glorifier Wins Easily.: First Time Out This Winter for the Son of Hastings., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-15


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GLORIFIER WINS EASILY. FIRST TIME OUT THIS WINTER FOR THE SON OF HASTINGS. Garner Returns to the Saddle — Close Finish in Jumpinq Race — Rebel Queen Sets New Track Record. New Oilcans. I.:t., January 14.— -Glorifier stamped himself as probably the best horse litre by the impressive manner ill which he won the mile ainl a sixteenth race that featured the card at City IarK today. The M :0m mick horse was making his winter debut and was accorded contidcut support iu the betting. Jockey Garner, who rode this afternoon for tlie first time since Monet ■■ggM— * into the fence with him at the Fair Grounds New Years Pay. had the leg np on Glorifier and made no mistakes. The usual interest was manifested in the steeplechase and it furnished a rattling good, contest. Dawson, neglected in the betting, won by ■ nose nfter the fiercest kind of a drive with Subador. A steady plunge on Arabo sent him to the post favor ite and his backers were jubilant when he eSBM to the last obstacle in a contending position and appeared a cert. ;iu winner, but in a twitter they were down in 1lie mouth. Instead of taking the jump Arabo ran out id the course. T. K. Marnix and his following cleaned tip hand soniely over the victory of Jerry . in the first rac. "Frisco-- Gardner has finally "broken the ice." Rol el Queen finished in front of twelve other maiden two year-olds in the third race. The tilly closed a slight favorite and put up a good performance, setting a new track record for three eighths o; a saHe— SSf. The chief surprise of the afternoon came in the fifth race in which a good field of sprinters started. Then was little to choose be tween John L. Inglis. St. Valentine and Meadow-breeze in the matter of favoritism, but Tudor ga e thasa lacks a d..i.,l c. b.atlng .iud Won well in hand. A cripple quintette lined to the barrier in Unclosing race. Realise Lampadrome showed good "speed in the paddock." he invited a plunge that pent his price down to :u to 1 from S to 1. Dr. MCluer was the opening Choice, but his apparent lameness erased his price to recede to :t to 2. lie made a show of the others, winning as his rider pleased fr"in F.vie Irectie. l.atnpadroiuo would have been a sharp factor, but Hagans effort on him was a joke and he failed to finish in the money. The report that Lucky barm had been destroyed was erroneous. S. Louis, his owner, had Instructed lib stableman to destroy him. but later changing his mind, gave the horse to Henry Simons. There is little liklihood that Lucky harm will ever face the starter again. Simons will try to save him for bi-eeding purposes. J. H. Shouldice. acting for a local man. has purchased ladre at private terms from J. Marklein. Monet has been transferred from his temporary stable at the Fair Grounds to Mccormicks stable at City Park. Tho horse is on the rode to recovery. Charlatan is reported in a bad way and will not Ik1 raced for BOBM time. Shawana is resetted improving and Marklein has hopes cf saving her. Jockeys Seder ami Englander were each suspended for three days by the starter for disobedience at the I ost

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