Rain Upsets Louisville Calculations.: Princess Callaway Wins Autumn Stakes Easily--Love-Not and Governor Gray Withdrawn., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-05


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BAIN UPSETS LOUISVILLE CALCULATIONS CALCULATIONSPrincess Princess Callaway Wins Autumn Stakes Easily LoveNot and Governor Gray Withdrawn Louisville Ky October 4 Continuous rain be ¬ ginning as the horses were going to the post in the opening race siioiled what otherwise would have proved one of the best days of racing here as the card had among its starters some of the best horses at the course The change iu the going worked havoc witli the program and also accounted for up ¬ sets in form calculations The Autumn Stakes for twoyearolds at threequarters of a mile intended as the feature was completely robbed of interest by the withdrawal of Governor Gray ami LoveNot This pair were expected at the weight assignments to furnish a royal contest but their owners were loath to have they go in the mud After their with ¬ drawal the 1050 winners portion seemed to be a gift for Princess Callaway and such It proved for the Colston filly had matters practically her own way during the running and won by six lengths Labold under sharp urging outlasted County Tax fort second place Explicit and Jack Denman were added to the stake but might as well have remained in their stalls for all th hgure they cut both being distant trailers throughout throughoutA A quartet of cracks made up the field in the mile and twenty yards handicap but the changed going save Emperor William a decided adyaniage Mary Davis Norbitt and Nimbus the other starters beinp supposedly less served by the muddy track Their eastern prestige however brought them a big fol ¬ lowing and the quartet sold nearly at equal prices in the auction pools Emperor William at once wen I into a good lead with Nimbus and Mary Davis his closest followers until the half where Mary Davis drew away from Nimbus The leader however continued to hold sway uninterruptedly until the finish Mary Davis retaining second place from Nor bitt which displaced Nimbns in the last sixteenth for third place The weak handling that Knapp gave the latter when he supposed him out of conten ¬ tion so far as first money was concerned brought him a sharp reprimand from the judges judgesThe The opening race for youngsters had fourteen starters with The Hague favorite They ran the race in a terrific downpour the rain coming down iu a solid sheet which prevented the distinguishing of colors with any degree of accuracy until the field arrived within a furlong of the finish The Hague drew out at this point to win handily with Helenc the seemingly early leader in second place and Dis ¬ content beating Lowceii for third thirdThe The speedy Trance showed a return to her old time dazzling speed when she romped away from the others iu the second race Lawrence P Daiey was thought able to cope with the winner hut he even failed to beat Chapultepee for second place II might have done so but for Howard on Chilpulte pec impeding him sharply in the last furlong when lie tried to get through close to the inner rail railMrs Mrs Sewall furnished the surprise In the fifth race by landing the purse after a sharp tussle with Turncoat another outsider Stolypin the favorite finished third arid might have won with a better beginning beginningHugh Hugh McCarrens Camel found conditions to Ills liking in the closing race ami came away to an easy victory after disposing of Alice Baird Otilo getting third money Twilight Queen and The Peer the choices of the race ran disapiwititingly and dropped out of contention in the last half halfJockey Jockey Goose was suspended for four days by the starter for disobedience at the post postPat Pat Dunne added to his stable today by the pur ¬ chase of Fair Star StarJockey Jockey Kennedy signalized his return to the saddle this afternoon by piloting the first two winners A Thomas also secured a pair of brackets bracketsRound Round the World is again in active training and was given a stiff workout of fiveeighths this morn ¬ ing ingFavorable Favorable comment is heard among the horsemen over the Juarez Jockey Clubs liberal policy of giving away 300ono for its approaching KMidays winter meeting Most of tha best stables here will be shipped1 to Juarez to engage in the racing racingThe The stake and program book of the Latonia Jockey Club for its coming twentyfourdays meeting IKJ ginuing October 24 is now in tho hands of the printer and will be distributcdi to horsemen on Saturday next nextT T W Flynn brought down eight horses from Chicago to race here and at Latonia this fall and had to accept cpiarters at Douglas Park the accommo ¬ dations at Churchill Downs being exhausted Those hcshipiKMl here are Darknight Lotta Creed Waiw nopa Home Rim Rubia Granda Agreement Point Lace and Miss Sly SlyStarter Starter Cassidy has stricken Otilo from his school Ing list which now embraces Ethel D All Red Hanbridge Alice and Elizabethan Mr Cassidys efforts at the harrier in Kentucky are eminently sat ¬ isfactory to racegoers in pleasing contrast with last springs cxfierience cxfierienceF F J Pons is on his way here from Charleston S C where he is interested in a racing proposition propositionThe The racing strings now at Churchill Downs and Douglas Park consist of the stables of W T An ¬ derson T Abadie M M Allen Tommy Burns James Blute H R Brandt G P Brazier M Bur ¬ ton J M Bond G W J Bisscll Jack Baker E R Bradley G R Bryson M J Cromwell D C Cot tie Lee Christy R II Clark J C Cahn J T Combs J Cook W V Casey E Corrigan Wood ford Clay A F Dayton W W Dardcn P Dnnne James Evcrman Martin Foley J C Fcrriss Tex Forman A Finnell J J Flannigan W II Fizer W I L E Fine James Griffin Jamefc Gass R Gilmore Mose Goldblatt A J Gorey J C Gal liher Walter Grater William Gerst Will rater T Hatficld Charles Hughes Walter House W S Hopkins Diliard Hill Hickey Bros D Hammond Max Ilirsch Henderson Hogan O Ilak G H Hollc S K Hughes J T Ireland Wayne O Jop lin P H Jones Lon Johnson Lan Jones A L Kirby L Kelly P Kernel J B Lewman George J Long W L Lewis Gone Lutz James Lally D P Lynch Ed McCIoskey D F Morris R McMillan M P Mattingly G II Marlman Hugh McCarren J C aiilam T C McDowell J W May Mode Nieoll J II Nichols G M Odom F J Pons C CE E Patterson E M Phillips Kimball Patterson J Rodegap J P Ross T B Rcspess J W Rogers C B Reid W Shields W F Schulte B Schreiber R N Smith T B Stevens F Starita A D Steele H L Shaw W II Steele George Kluber Auios Turney Ed Trotter R Varwig D Vititoe C C Van WainwrightF Meter I H Wheatcroft J R Wainwright F D Weir J T Weaver William Wallace J Waters A Wilson Scott Williams Peter Wimmer Weber Ward W J Young M Young and W WG G Yanko

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