Miamis Juvenile Stakes.: Wins In A Rousing Finish With Anne MGee And Mrs. Sewall.; Ironbound Scores at His First Attempt--The Minks Defeats Kercheval--Jason Prevails in the Steeplechase., Daily Racing Form, 1908-05-28


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MIAMIS JUVENILE STAKES WINS IN A ROUSING FINISH WITH ANNE MGEE AND MRS SEWALL Ironbound Scores at His First Attempt The Minks Defeats Kercheval Jason Prevails in inthe the Steeplechase Louisville Ky May 27 Todays race program compared favorably with any offered bv the asso ¬ ciation in this section of tin country and resulted in some of the best sport of the meeting The prin ¬ cipal features were the Juvenile Stakes a free handicap for a purse of 7 at a mile and a six ¬ teenth and a steeplechase handicap over the short eonrsK All proved interesting contests and afforded the speculators mediums lor big investments investmentsMiami Miami furnished a surprise in the Invenile Stake by winning after a sharp and well sustained stretch drive with Anne Mcee the early pacemaker The latter just lasted long enough to save second place from tin fastcoming Mrs Sewell The Milton Young pair French Cook and Woolwinder had a rough trip and were never serious factors in the running Elizabeth Ilarwood Anne McGecs stable mate might have been a dangerous factor but for the fact that Anno MeGeo forced her extremely wide on the streteli turn turnThe The tabled history of the Juvenile Stakes since 10CO Is as follows followsYear Year Winner Wt Jockey Val Time 100 Farmer Bennett 101 T Iurns SOr 102 1001 Uight and True 07 Lindsey 10 10 1002 Jordan 0712 Cochran Sid 104 100 Stumpy IMS Ronner 14201011 l03fr100T 1001 The Tet 10 C Kelly 1fi4Ti l03fr 100T Hoi Polio 101 Mclaughlin lSOr 102 1005 Wing Ting 104 1 Austin 170 101 1007 Honest 110T Lee 1000 100 100100S 100S 1002To Miami 07 J Butler 1U73 1002 To many it appeared as if Kerclieval favorite In the handicap was best and should have won but an illjudged ride on the part of iowers combined with a poor sendoff enabled The Minks to beat him in record time by a small margin marginJason Jason which had been schooled to hounds last winter showed himself a fairly useful steeplechaser by winning in good style over King Esta and Doll reath reathIronbound Ironbound a new beginner and owned by 7 T Ireland showed dazzling speed In the second race and gained a handy victory over Anderson with Tennessee Boy in third place The latter was away too poorly to be much of a factor in the early run ¬ ning ami showed a good performance in landing in third place placeIn In the closing race Quagga was raced into ex ¬ haustion in an effort to keep pace with Hostile Hyphen HyphenMeadowbreezo Meadowbreezo proved best in the opening race and achieved an easy victory over Lady Arion ArionTlie Tlie following are file probable starters and the weights In the Latonia Derby to lie run next Tues ¬ day Ordono 114 Keep Moving ICKV Sir Cleges 122 Balling 114 Galileo 114 W T Overtoil 110 Iinkola 114 Honest 117 117Jockey Jockey Garie who had the mount on Belford in the steeplechase sustained severe Injuries by his fall hospitalT He was conveyed to a local hospital T C McDowells Kentucky Oaks candidate EllenaDale was given her final tryout this niori Ing and worked a mile and a furlong in lrT 4 Mr McDowell considers the filly one of the best he has ever owned and refused 10000 for lier as 1 yearling He considers her a much better racer than AlianaDale His filly Lady Anne was shipped to his farm yesterday to be turned out until late nest fall fallK K Martin again came under the displeasure oC the starter postIt and was lined for disoliodienee at the post It is reported that Arthur B House secretary of the Kentucky State Racing Commission would bo apiKiinted general manager of tlie Latonia track before the beginning of the coming meeting Mr House was here today iiv attendance on the Racing Commissions meeting but departed for Ills home in Lexington before confirmation of his appointment could Ito secured securedJ J Blutc will reship to New York some of tlie Gerst horses he lias hero and will campaign Jhe remainder of tlie season on the metropolitan tracks tracksL L Marion trainer for II Clark will ship tlie string he has in his care to Seattle and Denverat the meetingTomorrow clorie of the present meeting Tomorrow C E Patterson will ship Kerclieval and other horses he lias in his string to Latonia where they will be raced racedT T P Hayes intends to make a campaign on the Canadian tracks and will send Ills string to Mon ¬ treal meetingThere aft r this meeting There Is to be a meeting of the LatonJa directors tomorrow wheni a decision will be readied as to whether the minimum wager In the ring there will be lixed at T or 2 In the event that 2 machines will le used it is thought that tlie tickets troiu these machines will lie pooled with the total of the larger machines and winners paid pro rata

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