Runs in Improved Form: Donald Macdonald is Returned Winner of the Spartanburg Selling Stakes, Daily Racing Form, 1913-02-20


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RUNS IN IMPROVED FORM 1 DONALD MACDONALD lb RETURNED WINNER Or THE SPARTANBURG SLLL1NG STAKES. Aided by Butwrlls ImMU ■•lnji, Holland ataem . Sioies Ecsv Victoiv Over John Fmlons and Busy i — Controversy Over Poolroom Service. i -1« — -1 • M. S. C. February 19. -The m M I ■■111! ! Silling Slakes, value 91,000, one mile and seventy j yards, today, engaged throe of tin- best racers here in Donald Maedouald. .iolni Furlong ami Busy. Bach of . t Ik- I i i hail :i large following, with the Teamesse . Stable representative having the Moat call. Hon aid Mai ihmalil |in veil his superior at ail stages, j however, ami won by two lengths. John Furlong Just as hundilj beat Buajr. Butwdl gave Donald . daedouald ■ gilt-edged ride today ami this was an extensh •• factor in the horses success. Threat euiug weather l i ■ 1 not affect the pa luaif* in-any , noticeable extent, tot ■ fairly large crowd again win.. - il the spurt. I mm .1 speculative standpoint, the public suffered. The victories of Donald Mac douald, Km- burg, Viliv ami Spindle were attended uiih pioiii in the laj • re. •I W. May uncovered his beat youngster in Prauces M.. which mot a hand of .juveniles in t-n-opener. Si. conadeut were her connect looa that the hily would score thai they practically fell rarer each other in their eagerness to place their money, nrkkli resulted in the ally ii ■ -i n to the post favorite, after baviug opened ai I In I She was no the "good ihipg" supopsed. for she had to lie driven out :•• the last ounce to heal Ada, which was coupled with Dainty Mini aw tin c;. Y. .1. Dispell entry. Premier, which former Jockey Tuinmy Burns ,-cently disponed of. was the beaten favorite of the lifth race lie failed to get any portion of the purse. Vile.i wiuuiag as bis rider pleased from Mi-s In. ill ami Mama Johnson, ior sonic reason Spindle was no! bached in the closing dash, though he up lieared to held his opposition sale on form. He maiic good after disposing of Claque. Because of ■ misunderstanding existing between tin track Management and Mont Teunas, who is said in be manager of 1 Chicago concern that fur Disbes 1 troonss with racing information, a rigid censorship on all wire mailer ha* been established 1 n- -ifteriioeii press mat. r is subjected to a delaj I of fifteen minutes, ll is said that the present trouble grew out of Mr. Tenses Insistence thai Manager Boos prevent a» far a* possible newspaper correepoadents front Bending oat results daring rac ing hoars, This Manager Bona emphatically refused in do. It is also said thai the track and Mr. Tenties i,a l an agreement under which the lattet vns in pay a stipulated sum for the service during a certain period and that this amoont was to be increased later. When Mr. Pons demanded the increase, according to report. Mr. Tennis refosed to allow i;. also contending that the track people bad Violated the original agreement l y failure to prevent news reports from being sent to the various newspapers. Manager Poos is determined to prevent the Chicago news bureau «froiu getting any of the leporra of I he raping or such other advance inter niatioii as may serve the poolrooms In their business until the stipulated pi ice *ct by Manager Pons is paid. Several New York parties have opened negotiations with Manager Bow fur the service. After betting on the tilth race had been going uu for some time ii was discovered thai Miss Brlmity was not in the paddock, she was ordered scratched by the oActahi anil all amuey w aisled on her was refunded .1. O. has secured tir-t call on Jockey Skir in for the remainder of the meeting. Frank Morrow, one ol starter Miltons aaukftauts, re, 1 i oil word from Lexington this morning of tin death of his mother whose demise occurred last night. He hit for In borne tonight to attend the ! uncial. Jockeys Taplia and ml 1 received notttcatloa limn Ni vi i"ik tin- morning that the Jockey Club had granted them licenses ami both will he- seen in 1 1n addle shot tly. George W. 1 ingdoa lpft hurriedly for New York tin morning. He received a telegram from .Tame Fitzsimmons to tin en it that the three-year-old tBj Briar Path was dangerooaly ill at Graveeod. Mi Laugdon probabh will return south to arrangi for the hiiuiKiit to Norfolk of the two-year-old-he i"i! 1 hast •! her in Palmetto P rl track was in good condition rhii morning when the following work-outs took placi . Anna I ! tin — Hair mile In 53. Has shown nothing of account. Aio— Three-eighths in 39. Has been sick and K training slowly. Bat Masterson— Five-eighths in 1:86, cantering. 1- ■■-■ tt a got l iusf now . Bounder Hall mile in ."._. First move here: looks ■ tra ci il bemuipo — Half mile in 51. cantering. Is at ber 1 -t now. 1 nel A hmi id — Mile m 1 4:i. centering. 1 a B01 Thi quarters In 1:22. Is training -luwlv. Bddie Graney— Three-eighths 111 :j!». Has hen sit v. and ■ ti lining slow Ij Etbelburg M rhret quarters in lflO la fit and I I O ■ « ■ J] 1 a eei Hall mlh In 36. -nlk- in his week. Fatherola -Hall mile In 51. is reedy and has pleutj ol peed Font— Hall silk in 36 breeatng. Gardenia I In . . eighths 111 4". Mas been --ick. Gold Mini MM mile in 32 Shows soreness. Hood Im uu, |n 1 ,.; | at. Three-quarter* in I 18. Had Bulwell up in I 1 I » ni wlien propel ly placed. lot sieiii Mil.- in 1 hj Training imolv and is tit 1 chiel Mil- in I l-i. Taplia up; al his beat. Lonl Blam Hv eighths In 1 m;. cantering, lias illlploveil. Luxurious Half mile in 55. 1- greew. Mi - Charcot rhree eighths in :;s. Has speed ami i- a 1 1 Oily. M ■ Kive-eighths in I :m;. |*ind hniks 1 ligh in Besh mill lias hecu going Rore. Kepublican Mile iu 1:17. bard le 1.1. Never was better. Rigbteasy Half mile in SO. Shows ber oMVtim s| ,1 slid is read Bock liar I In ■!••• Pi.i • -i - in 1 Is. His speed hut is ., quitter. Samuel R. Ileyei -Threes-eighths in : breesing IHs UlS speed. , 11 ilale Thre eightlw m in. Is being trained - rwly. .. si.nks -Three-quarters in 1 24. Sulks - I - trump Three quarters in l :lu is m ;11„i i Id rati w. II. S..11111 Boy Half mile in 57. A sulket ami wont work. Star lies,. .Three-qnartera in l:l». Is || and slieillil race well. SniMWlsor Mile iu I . IT. Will be hard to heal hi bis 1 lass. T. l Iti iti Three eighths in 5s. In.-, /n, 11 , bis ■,.... I. i-is..i, .ru, ii,,, ., .pi.Hi.r- in 1:17. Will raci •Ill .11 ii.m utart. IoWton Ii. I.I Half mile in •- Sh.ail.l r.,,,- u..|| TUrkey in the Straw Three-eighths iu 3B, Hi l»e|i sj, k and i iraiuilij; slo« l .

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