Washington Form Chart, Daily Racing Form, 1908-10-16

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WASHINGTON FORM CHART. Benning. Washington. D. C. October 15. Weather clear: track fast. Fourth day. Washington Horse Show and Racing Association. Fall meeting of 0 days. Presiding Judge. W. P. Riggs. Starter. James Milton. Secretary. J. F. Latham. Raciug starts at 3:15 p in. Chicago time. 2:15 P. m.. Figures in parenthesis following the distance of each race Indicate index number, track record, age of horse and weight carried. 77685 First Race 5 1-2 Furlongs Columbia Course. Track record: 3G2S7 l:07g 2 112. Purse 50. 2-year-olds. Selling. Net vnlue to winner S175. Ind. Horses. Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockeys. Op. CI. 77629sHanonia 107 1 25 In Trueman 4 3 77C2DGreatJubilee 109 2 ink 2h j Bergen 2 2 77Gi:iFlat Creek 10G G 5h 8q Haynes 2 2h 7GS2GHawkwing 109 5 G 4J A Leo 2 2 ".7629Oxford Belle 10S 3 41 5 AVRWker S 8 77Gl.-iOgeniah 112 4 3 6 J J Walsh 20 20 Hanonia, place. 1: show. 1-2. Great Jubilee, place, 4-5: show, 2-5. Flat Creek, place. 1: show. 1-2. Time. 24. 50s. 1:02s. 1:092. Winner Montpelicr Stables ch. f, by Mexican Hanoana trained by G. W. Newton. Went to post at 3:2S. At post 5 minutes. Start fair. Won driving: second and third the same. Hanonia began slowly and worked her wny up on the extreme outside and was hindered all of the last quarter by Great Jubilee, which carried her over to the outside fence. Great Jubilee outbroke his opponents and was hard ridden for the entire trip, but tired in the last furlong and was beaten out in the final stride. Flat Creek broke flatfooted and dropped out of the running in the first furlong, then closed a big gap and finished with a rush. The winner was entered for S1.000: no bid. Overweights Oxford Belle. 1 pound. 77686 Second Race 3-4 Mile. Track record: 30229 1:1322107. Purse 50. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. Net value to winner 175. Ind. Horses. Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockeys. Op. CI. 77G14T. of Spades 107 3 1 1 J Bergen 2i 2i 77270-Incognito 110 4 2 2l Trueman 6 G 75521 Royal Lady 112 7 4l 3 JJWalsh 3 3 71251 H. About You 112 1 3i 4J JFOBrien 20 20 7707S Youthful 10S G 61 5" C Riley 21 3 77213 Oxford 115 2 5l Gnk WRWker 2J 21 Acrostic 102 S 7 73J Haynes 10 10 CS5C0 Merry Lassie 112 5 S S G Walker S S Trey of Spades, place. 1: show. 1-2. Incognito, place. 2; show. 1. Royai Lady, place. 1: show. 1-2. Time. 25. 50j, 1:10s. Winner Woods Garths b. g. 3, by Fatherless Vigiietto trained by Woods Garth. Went to post at 3:5S. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won cantering: second and third driving. Trey of Spades followed the early leader closely and was kept under slight restraint to the stretch turn, where he moved up with a rush and, dashing into an easy lead, drew away in the last quarter. Incognito, a rapid beginner, drew away into a big load in the first furlong, but tired after going a half mile. Royal Lady, outrun for the first half and carried very wide when entering the homestretch, closed a big gap and finished with u rush. Scratched 77G14 Minot, 112: 77295 Tillinghast, 107. Overweights Youthful. 1 pouud. 77687 Third Race 1 Mile and 40 Yards. Track-record: 30291 1:42s 3 102. Purse 250. All Ages. Maidens. Special Weights. Net value to winner 75. Ind. Horses. Wt.SLStr.Fin. Jockeys. Op. CI. Miss Perigord 107 3 2l 1 JCalhan 4 25 77502Croydon M7 4 1 21 A Leo 3 2 77015 Nob. Oblige 107 2 3 3" Trueman 2 2 77G15 Racinor 109 G 4 4 Voycc 20 25 77G13 Snow Cliff 95 5 5 D" Haynes 25 25 77193 Alomar 110 1 G10 WRWker 4 31 The Welkin 107 7 7 7 JFOBcn 4 2J Miss Perigord. place, 1: show. 2-5. Croydon, place. 4-5; show. 2-5. Noblesse Oblige, place. 1: show, 1-2. Coupled in betting: no separate place or show betting. Time, 25s. 51. 1:174. 1:452. 1:49. Winner R. Nevilles b. f, 4. by Perigord Cashla trained by J. Hook. Went to post at 4:22. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving: second and third the same. Miss Perigord. carried wide on the first turn, raced along under slight restraint until entering the homestretch, where she moved up. wore Croydon down in the stretch and drew away in the final drive, is a good looker and certain to improve. Croydon was made entirely too much use of and tired badly in the last quarter. Noblesse Oblige, well up throughout, finished gamely under punishment. Overweights Racinor, 2 pounds. 77688 Fourth Race About 2 Miles. Steeplechase. Track record: 29507 1:025100. Purse 00. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 00. Ind. Horses. "Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockeys. Op. CI. 77163 Canvas 138 1 l1 in Bowser 4 4 77G303Bessie Kiser 13S 4 23 210 Tnburke 8-5 2 77219 Benlala 151 2 3 3 Grant land 21 8-5 77G30Impertinence 144 5 L.rlder.Hawkins 6-5 S-5 7761GHelen Shea 138 3 L.rider.GBWson S 8 Canvas, place. G-5; show. out. Bessie Kiser. place. 4-5; show, out. Benlala. place. 3-5; show, out. Time. 4:15, Winner M. C. Rlcketts b. g. 4. by Canopus Andrisa trained by J. Johnson. Went to post at 4:4S. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second and third the same. Canvas showed a fine turn of speed and fenced well but tired in the last half-mile and just managed to last long enough to stall off Bessie Kiser. The latter moved up quickly going to the last jump, where she had Canvas beaten, but lost the race by going to the extreme outside fence when entering the homestretch. Benlala fenced well but lacked speed. Impertinence lost her rider at the tenth jump and Helen Shea hers at the first. The winner pulled up lame. The winner was entered for 00; no -bid. Scratched 774G0Goldfleur. 149.

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