Donau Regains His Form: Latonia Derby Favorite Carries 122 Pounds to Easy Victory., Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-27


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DONAU REGAINS HIS FORM LATONIA DERBY FAVORITE CARRIES 122 POUNDS TO EASY VICTORY. i Oracle Beats Incision in the Juvenile Stakes, Chief Feature of Churchill Downs Program — Poor Start Mars Sprinting Handicap. Louisville. Ky.. May 26.— Small fields, fine weather ami improved "track conditions served to make the lacing this afternoon al Churchill Downs compare Willi the Ix-st Ihal lias keea offered in these parts lliis season. Tin- Juvi uile Stakes, al live -eighths. was the carded feature, lull the mile handicap, iu which srere engaged some of the West three year ■Mi in the west, including the Kentucky Derhy winner and mssmI Laloiiia Derhy favorite. Doiyiu. ii. The Jerst candidate raced to ltis good lorm and regained some of his recently lost prestige by the impressive manner in which he ilis|.o cd oi his opposition. Because- m his frac- ■ loii-uess at the |»r t in his last start he was tried with 1. linkers today, and the change of equipment ■WIN advantageous! v. for lie hroke well and. after indulging Belle Clem with the lead for a half mile. ic assumed command and drew out in the stretch to win M hi* rider phased. Gallant Pirate, after suffering much inti rferciicc on the first turn, due to collision with Claudia, came strong in the last quarter. Cliutlias p« i tMMM was inrjiressivo. lor the reason that slie stood a hard last -quarter drive to get up lot third place. After the finish Gallant Pirate and Claudia were Urth announced as sure starters in the l.atonia Derby. Douaus weight of 122 today was only live pounds less- tlsan he will have to carry iu the l.atonia event. T. I. Ha es Oracle, under skillful handliug. won the stake race after a sharp drive to dispose of Incision, flu- latter, with his instoiiiar.. niinhleness. dashed into a good lead from a fast start and ap-|M-ared the winner until the final furlotig. when Oracle ranged alongside. Incision was never seriously in danger of losing second place after turning into the stretch. The poor start iu the seven-eighths handicap, in which Dr Waldo Briggs was practically left at the pm4 wis res|«.nsilil lor his defeat by Ocean Queen :n I Merrick. The closing dash also brought a bad Marl. Klizi-Udliaii and Alma Boy bebig the chief sufferers. Edward .as|wr. who is assisting I.yman H. Davis in the mi li 111 J ■ office, has been appointed to serve :u the Oklahoma City meeting of seventeen days iMfCltltlillg June l.i. Iat opimnell. former employee of Barney Schrelber. died last night iu a local hospital. The following gentlemen will have mounts in the gentlemens cup race, which is scheduled to lie run at the Downs Saturday: Bert K. Collyer. Chicago: .1. II. Bear. St. I.onis: M. J. Karris. Danville. Ky.: A S. White. li nsacola. and It. V. Kecne. Gits Boeder. K. V. Iearce. A. Dinkelspiel and B. Mobbs. Louisville. Mounts will be drawn for Friday morning. W. H. Fizers crack tlirti -yesir-old. Boca Grande, was ic|sirted to have Broken this morning. The apprentice allowance of jockey Ganz expired today. Secretary I.yman H. Davis today announced the entries for tlce Memorial Day Handicap at one mile and twenty yards, to lie run next Monday at Churchill Downs. The horses which are expected 1o furnish the contention, tliejr weights to be announced later, are: Dr. Holzlierg. Eyebrighl. Green Seal. Meadow. Macias, Tom II ay ward. Boca Grande. Early Tide. Doaaa, Hanbridrc Kings Daughter. Pinkola. Dr. Waldo Briggs. I. M. Green. All Red. .1. II. Beed. Joe Morris. Two fini-v of M each were assessed by Judge Tracy against the l.atonia Jockey Club in the Circuit Curt at Covington. Ky.. Wednesday. The indictments in each case charged the Latonia association with ojierating without a license from the Kentuckv State Racing Commission. Throe other indictments of a similar character were dismissed.

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