Washington Form Chart, Daily Racing Form, 1908-10-15

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j L ! , ; : i , 1 i : WASHINGTON FORM CHART. Benning. Washingfon. J. C. October 14. Weather clear; track fast. Third .day. Washington Horse Show and Racing Association. Fall meeting of G days. ,r,V.resIdiliK Jndge. F. J. Bryan. Starter. James Jliltou. Secretary. J. F. Latham. Racing starts at 3:15 p m. Chicago time. 2:15 n. ni.. Figures In parentheses following the distance of each race indicate index number, truck record, age of horse and weight carried. 77659 First Race 5 1-2 Furlongs Columbia Course. Track record: 302S7 1:07R 2 112. Purse 5T0. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net value to wlmier S175. Ind. Horses. Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockeys. Op. I. ife JL9le?k. I" 1 15 l WRWW 24 :: 7il32Takahira. 311 1 2 2 McCube 1-3 3 1 My Agnes 91 Lift. JSchaller 20 2J lioek, place, out; show. out. Takahira. place, out; show, out. My Agnes, place. 3; show. out. Time. 23. 40. 1:10. Winner J. S. Tyrees eh. f. by Hawkswick Dimple trained by W. II. Brooks, Went to post at 3:30. At post 2 minutes. Start poor. Won cantering. Cheek outbroke the others and carried Takahira along at a killing pace for the first quarter and drew away Into an easy lead in the stretch. Takahira quit suddenly on the far turn and probably was short. My Agnes was pulled up when the barrier was sprung aud was left at the post. Scratched Racing Bell. 94; 70070navre. 117. 77660 Second Race 1 1-10 Miles. Track record: 302131:4713117. Purse 250. 3-ycar-olds and upward. Allowances. Net value to winner !lli. Ind. Horses. Wrt.St.Str.Fin. Jockevs. Op. CI. 7GltSGiles 10S 2 1 1 WRWkcr 7-5 7-3 iCll-AIauda 102 4 3 2" A Lee :: y 7714 Euripides 115 0 21?. 3 Bnissel 12 10 77C15WIIdRefrain 102 3 5 4 McCabo 9-5 S-5 T62StAl II. Woods 117 1 1 5 J J Walsh 7 fi 7747S Sun Fire 110 5 G G J Ber;en 0 G Giles, place. 3-5; show. out. Alauda. place. 1; show. 1-2. Euripides, place. 4; show. 2. Time. 245. 49. 3:15.?. 1:42?. 1:50. d inner A. D. Parrs blk. g. 3. by Fatherless Niola trained by C. O. Hall. Went to post at 3:58. At post 5 minntes. Start ,good. Won cantering; second and third driving. Giles, caught in a jam at the start, was forced to overcome early interference, but moved up steadily and dashed into an easy lead in the stretch. Alauda, sharply cut off at the start and forced to pull up. closed a big gap and finished witli a rush. Euripides showed early speed, but tired badly in the last quarter. Wild Refrain had n rough trip. Scratched 77014 Minot. 117: 7702S Wabash Queou. Overweights Giles. 1 pound. 77661 Third Race 1 Mile and 40 Yards Columbia Course. Track record: 302911:4213102. Purse 50. 3-year-olds. Allowances. Net value to winner 175. Ind. Horses. Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockeys. Op. CI. 7477 Glaucus 110 4 5 3t J Bergen ;: :: 77G15Xew Garter 102 5 I LU A Lee S-5 S-5 771 1 Countermand 305 3 o 3 JFOBrien 20 20 77G15Gowanga 102 114 Delabv S S 77221 Laugh gEyes 107 2 2 5 WRWker 0-5 1 Glaucus. place. 1: show. 1-2. New Garter, place. i-lO; show. out. Couutermand. place. 0: show. 3. Laughing Eyes, place. 2-5: show, out. Time. 25. 50. 1:10. 1:44. 1:48. inner .1. McLaughlins b. c. by Iugoldsby Irmena trained by J. McLaughlin. Jr.. Went to post at 4:20. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won driving: second and third tli? same. Glaucus had a rough, trip and mot with repeated interference, but finished gamely in the final drive and outstayed New Garter. The latter dropped back on the backstrctch. but finished fast through the last half. Countermand swerved over against Glaucus at the eighth post, but came again when straightened out. Laughiug Eyes and Gowanga both tired in the stretch and Delaby was casing the latter up at the end. Scratched 77C15 Forest nawk, 102. 77662 Fourth Race About 2 Miles. Hunters Steeplechase. Track record: 20507 1:025100. Purse 300. -1-year-olds and upward. Allowances. Net value to winner 200. Ind. Horses. AVt.St.Str.Fln. Jockeys. Op. CI. ySr7!l Southwest 139 2 3 10 llu Mr GdwinlG 35 77Hli;3Warrenton liG 3 23 23 Trntuiko 4-5 4-5 G2S; BrotherFrank 14G 1 3 3 WHwkins S-5 1 7GS27 Warrior 146 4 4 4 A Willms n 3 77015 lierthaBarkcr llti 5 5 5 .ISulIivan 10 10 Southwest, place. 5: show. out. AVarrcnloii, place, out: show. out. Brother Frank, place. 2-5: show, out. Time. 4:19.J. AVimier C. C. Sailors br. g. 0. by Key West-dam unknown trained by G. C. Brcnton. Went to post at 4:54. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won cantering; secoud and third the same. Southwest, a tine fencer, followed the early pacemaker under stout restraint until in the last turn of the field, then went to the front and drew away in a canter. Warrenton jumped well, hut tired badly in the last half. Brother Frank faltered after ging one turn of the field aud pulled up lame. Bertha Barker bolted out of the course at the turn out of the infield on the far turn. Warrior fell at the first iunip. but was remounted and finished. Warrior and Bertha Barker finished as named.

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