Louisville Handicap to Ben Double: Pons Racer Benefits by Crystal Maids Poor Luck-Wintergreen an Impressive Winner, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-03


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LOUISVILLE HANDICAP TO BEN DOUBLE. Pons Racer Benefits by Crystal Maids Poor Luck— , Wintergreen aji Impressive Winner. Louisville. Kv.. June 2.— The Louisville Handicap, the last hut one of the stakes to he run during the Churchill Howiis meeting, featured todays card and was Nvon hv Beat lioiihle. owned hy P. J. Tons, the Florida horseman, wilh Painty Dame outstaying Crystal Maid for second money, and such speedy rarer* as Coiloqor, Early Tide Merrick. Jeff Hern stein. Friend Harry and Berwick trailing. Crystal Nlaid mav iiave Ik-.-ii hest in the race, hut fre.pien; interference, following a mishap ai the start, con-trihuted to her failure to finish closer tip. Next in |M int of interest to the stake was the mile ra.i- that preceded it. J. B. Kespes*- Wintcrgreen made a show of his opponents and landed the purse after leading for the entire distance. T. M. Proem. making an uiiaNailing effort to overhaul him llirough-oiit. finished sec .ml and Tom Hayward nv.-is third. Ureeii Seal. ■ contender in this race, pulled up ex .eediiiglv lame. Jolden Kggs defeat in Ihe fifth was a stunner to the puhlic. The filly, ranked as among the beat in the west, succuuiIumI in the final strides to Haiic.awav. The latter stood a gruelling drive and shoNved great ganicness. The poor showing made hv Little Oasis in this race may have heen on uc count of her use of hlinkers. The closing dash furnished a spirned duel between H. M.Carrens consistent Camel and John Cnrroll. The forme: won hv Hie shortest kind of ■ margin. F. H. Bradleys recent acquisition. Oricntallcarl. favorite in the open. r. finished unplaced, while Messenger Boy. which was disposed ol virtually for a song at Tiimpa last winter at K. F. Carmans Weedillg-ollt sale. won. James T. Williams hid tip the winners Sigo and Camel M» each over their entered prici s of 88 Their owners retained them with the customary advance hids of *.-.. Henderson iV Hogan have turned over to William Mcllaniel the horses Placate, Henderson. Molesey. Sorrowful and Crex. to 1m- racial at I.atonia. The remainder of the Henderson and Hogan string will lie shipiied to Ncnv Y..rk at the dose of the meeting here. C. I . Chcnattlt left tonight for Lexington to witness Milton B.s filial trial for the Latonhi Dcrhy. If satisfactory the colt will lie started in the La-Ionia fixture next Monday. W. J. Young will ship his horses to I.atonia tomorrow. Captain James Jacobs, who had charge of the police arrangements a; Juarez, and tHinrchtn -T*owrrs. will fill a similar poult ion at Lntonisi. George C. IMlL.n. who served its secretary of the Delorimier Park nu.tiiig which closed last Saturday, is here and reports that the meeting was a financial success. Cloisteress. Ben Howe. Colonel Blue and Hugh Mc-Cowan will he offered for sule hy auction iu the paddock tomorrow before Ihe racing begins. J.m- Morris and Donau were given their final try-outs for the I.atonia Derby this morning. The Jerst colt was sent the full Derby route, but trainer Baker only permitted his charge to go a mile and a tpiarter. Dimau was ridden by an exercise Imiv weighing about lis. pounds iiud went the mile and a half in 2:::7i. rather handily. The work hy fractions follows: 24». 4!t. 1:HI*. 1:4::. 2:K i . 2:.".7i. Joe Morris had Hufnagcl in the saddle anil was sent at top speed throughout. His fractionals and final time for the mile and a quarter were 12. tSj. ••r-473. 1:88|. 1:12*. l:2«f. 1:40. 1:534. 2:0 ;S. He showed little distress :;fter his fast trial and gained mam friends among the onlookers. There will be a special train from here to Cincinnati mi Saturdav for the accommodation of race followers. It will leave at S:l." and arrive in Cincinnati about 11:13. Toison dor. owned hy Callahcr Bros., ran away tliree miles this morning while at exercise and collided with Romp. The latter was thrown a iiui- siderable distance, but Toison dOr contii 1 his runaway after the collision. Both horses will lie in temporary retirement as it consequence. Recent workout* at Churchill Downs: Beach Sand Half mile in 88. Boaale Bard— Mile in 1:44?. Bioathvav Kov .Three-quarters in 1:21. Ratter Ball — Half mile in 88 Countless — Three-uuarteis in 1:16. Davpeep— Half mile in lih. t;reat Firat — Thliw aoaillill in 1:18. Creen Seal — Five eighths in ijhi. Colden Kgg — Quarter mile in 22*. three-eighths in :;:,-. half mile in 4s and five-eighths in 1:02. Jack Deninan Fivc-eightiis in 1:04. John Furlong — Five eighths iu 1 :02. Judge Cabiniss — Five-eighths in 1:03;. I.iltle Oasis — Fivi eighth* in 1:02?. Larky Mooe— MHe in 1 44: first half in 4K. five eighths in 1 :t»2 and three quarters in 1:14. Nannette— Mile in 1 :44. Helluf -Three uiiaileis in ]:10«. Sky..— Mile iu 1 A.:. Slashing Blow lliree quarters in 1:15. Si. Aiilaire Mile in 1:40. Svlvestris —Three quarters in 1:12s- Tom McGrath- Three quarters in 1:18

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