Rain Makes Tampa Track Faster., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-04


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RAIN MAKES TAMPA TRACK FASTER Tampa Fla iMardi 3 Fast and spirited contests marked todays racing Ideal weather following heavy rains last night brought about an improvement in the deep sandy track The track record for five eighths was reduced when Captain Glore ran the dis ¬ tance in 10J in winning the fifth race Victories by four favorites contributed to the enjoyment of the spectators The only first choices beaten during the afternoon were Sir Ashton and Lord Welles both of the II F Carman stable The last named a young ¬ ster of supposedly fair ability ran greenly and was taken into camp by Goldfish and D II Carpenter Waterbury CarpenterWaterbury also Carmanowned made amends for his stable companions failure by landing the purse In the third race Considerable interest attached to the running of the second race on account of the debut of Yankee Pooh iv threeyearold by Nanki ppph Ella Pcnzanco Yankee Pooh had shown ex ¬ ceptionally fast preliminary trials and his connec ¬ tions were overly confident of his success and backed liiin freely all over the country He threatened to make short shift of liis opposition in the first quarter but running greenly cost him much ground on the stretch turn and again when he swerved dur ¬ ing the last furlong Judge Henderson overhauled him in the last few striding Captain Glore the longestpriced winner of the afternoon gave the layers a respite by taking Sir Ashton and Lucullus into camp Captain Glores victory was somewhat of a form somersault Tom Dolan also showed an improved performance over recent essays when he won the closing dash dashThe The Havana consignment thirty strong departed lonight for the Culwn capital Kings Guinea one of those purchased by the Cubans was not i ermittcd to go as former jockey Chevalier had Jio authority to dispose of the horse Chevalier has departed for iiikhourn parts and the purchaser is out t25 Jock ¬ eys T IMeyurs J Johnson Farrow Meany and Collins went with the outfit F Smith F Goodwin and F I Carrier will do the training Tho Cubans will return here before the close of the local racing and try to secure another consignment consignmentW W S Williams left tonight for his home at Spritig Station Ky to begin the training of five colts wintering there Temper has been left in charge JoplinMettle of Wayne Joplin Mettle Beroaud has been put in active training again and will be fitted for the stakes in which nil LouisvilleII is engaged at Louisville II F Carman is negotiating for the release of trainer Shields contract on the services of the apprentice rider Steinhardt

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