Racing Interest Is Keen: Patronage Of Sport At Churchill Downs Is Exceeding Expectations., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-15


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RACING INTEREST IS KEEN PATRONAGE OF SPORT AT CHURCHILL DOWNS IS EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS Termer Jockey Tommy Burns Scores His First Suc ¬ cess as OwnerTrainer When Glucose Wins Handicap Colston Proves Disappointment Lonlsvillc Ky October 14 Contrary to expecta ¬ tions todays attendance which it was tlmnght would show a mnteriiil decrease because of the featureless rani hold up extra well and compared favorably with tIg days furnishing a fine tribute to the sport and management here Except for the handicap at a mile and a sixteenth which brought together some fairly useful racers and the fifth race which en ¬ gaged the crack youngster Round the World the rani wan given over to horses of mediocre class From classFrom a betting view results were disappointing favorites being bowled over In most instances AlKMit the biggest upset came with the running of UK opening race when Colston a supposed crack iml looked iiH n as a likely prospect for next years Kentucky Derby wa beaten off without offering the semblance of contention Dottle B took the purse in a cantor with Rompie second and Rampant third Colston showed symptoms of soreness on the way to ilie post and may have been unfit unfitGlucose Glucose won the handicap for Tommy Burns It was the former crack riders first triumph as an owner and trainer The colts victory was impres ¬ sively achieved and easily stood out as the feature of the afternoon He led his opponents throughout and was easing at the end Jacquelina took second place from the erratic Glorio Royal Report and Milton U were contenders that encountered inter ¬ ference ferenceW W G Yanke decided to run Round the World in blinkers and the change in equipment seemed to work improvement in her running She displayed lizzling speed all the way and was never An danger dangerThe The smart set received si setback in the closing race when Descomnets failed to gel a place among the lirt tliixr Tin winner turned up in Otilo inly supportedW lukewarmly supported W T Anderson took a luckilywon purse when Spohn flnlshod slightly in advance of Abrasion The hitter was blocked sharply at a critical period by The Fad during the stretch drive and but for the mishap would have reversed the outcome outcomeJockev Jockev F Jackson was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by starter Cassidy for disobedience at the uost uostThe The Churchill Downs management is making prep ¬ arations to entertain a banner attendance tomorrow The card as arranged by Secretary Lymaii Davis liears the earmarks of a metropolitan midsummer offering and brings into contest every good racer in local training The Falls City Handicap field probably is made up of the l est material ever brought together In one race in this section of the country countryJ J U Strode has made arrangements for the trans ¬ portation of horses to Pcnsacola at the cheap rate if 8 per head in carloads of fifteen This applies from Latonia where a train for shipping will be it the horsemens disposal to leave Sunday Novem Itfr 20 The rate from here is even less Several horsemen will ship at the clow of this meeting to iensacola and rest their charges until the opening on Thanksgiving Day DayJohn John Haclimeister received word today from W I Fraser secretary of the Ontario Jockey Clnb and Canadian Racing Associations that he will arrive liere on Tnesdar next to study local racing condi ¬ tions and observe the workings of the parimutuel and auction pool system of betting He will gather hta to submit to the governing body of Canadian tticln and it is more than likely that the local vstem of letting will be introduced next season at Woodbine Blue Bonnets and other tracks tracksLoveNot LoveNot E R Bradleys crack twoyearold which will engage in the Matron Stakes at Pimlieo tomorrow will ba shipped back here next Monday mil may be seen in action during the closing days iirre Secretary Davis is anxious to bring Round the World Governor Gray and LoveNot together in a avindinetto vindinetto and Wander formerly trained by A Wilson have Iteen turned over to James Blute who will handle them in future Jockey Dave Niool had his first mount today since sinceJ J JohnelPowers who has scored frequent successes with Jack Atkin and Sager this season will have In hl charce for winter racing Top Note Wilfred Wilfredordes ordes Anna Casse Maltbie and other horses Jack Atkin and Sager which he brought here from iort Frle stood the trip well The former Is a aure ure starter in the Falls City Handicap to be run runStoSnT StoSnT W Gerst and G FT Holle arrived today Irom Nashville to confer with trainer George Ham lemtlnff to racing plans for this winter As a result resultf Ham will to Nashville f the conference trainer go u Sunday next and look over the racing material materialt t the Gcrst farm and ship those be selects to La Lamila mila for training Donau this years Kentucky KentuckyDerby Derby winner will be among those taken along alonganbrldLe anbrldLe will be given a chance tomorrow in the theiSte iSte and if he fails to run to expectations il Trill be thrown out of training and fired and andL L H Hm m anilre de La Arena a wealthy turf Oscar Holder wi tr Latonia lookout fo County track

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