Caugh Hill Finds 132 Pounds Too Much: Runs Good Race, but is Beaten by the Improved Sir Blaise at Palmetto Park, Daily Racing Form, 1913-02-28


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CAUGH HILL FINDS 13S POUNDS TOO MUCH. Earn •".•■•d Rim-, but Is Beaten by the Improved Sir Blai-e at Palmetto Talk. Chariest on, s. c., Februarj 27 - Tfarea teniae wei h- i ■ nlmiiia leii in the breakiua of a severe storm |u : before the liitli race at Palmetto Park today, ■ ail the beav downtiour caused considerable discoai-toi i to He patrons of racing. Palmetto Park was well nigh flooded. Prior t the rain the coarse was in excellent condition and some i«"l snort was wit i i I bj a fairlj large atteadanee. The layers ■gain bad a profitable exiierience a- ■ result of the 1 •■ 1 1 iii ■ - oi the best backed horses. The swart sel I"! the layet rxtensiveli in the closing lash on II ■ BedwelPs Michael Augclo. which Ihe.i backed li-tn sii openint; of ." to 2 to evens. Condi Uou i were ex* tlj to bis liking and ke amde ■ show of his oppoi M The Bedwell stable was deiidedlj in the limellghi ihroaglKMii Hi" ifteruoon. three members of that es t il ilii huiiii nnisliing Urst and another third. Me Betlwell suc«fsse« began in the initial dash, when l"lkele ii|i-il rail illation- bj driving home a neck iii rront "t tin- favorite. Veneta strum-. P,ill V« rveer, owned bj A. M. O.-nen of Toronto, and trained bj Mr. Bedwell. woo the tiitli race la ■ sharp drive. Mini sill was an Intended "goad thing" that had bis chances completely destroyed by the mud. His owaers tried to induce I be .iinlK- to consent to his withdrawal from the ran-, but was uaable to obtain tin- desired permission. The hainlieaii at m. furlongs engaged four of the best sprinters hen- and was barked bv the defeni ol Caugh Hill by the vastly improved Sir Blais.. Iangh Hill eairied ihe tretueudotM Impost of 132 iHiuinl- ami Ill ail pasj ricliai to Sir Blaise whin tie- crnclal test came. Samuel it. Mover, which Adair ft Baker reeeotlj aeujnired for a fam-v li-ui". essayed Ihe earlj pacemaking. but conld never ---t far away Horn Sir Blaine, which moved mi., in-M uad "ii the stretch turn and had Ihe race arell ia ■ I I I t I • As a result oi In- attempt at rough ridinc la the ~ thud race while astride Rom Queen, Deronda was -u I. ml* d lv the steward- for three da] ». Jockey htoadoa wai taken suddenlj ill durins the mnnlng ot the second race, in which be had demount on Naughty Pad. and «as farced to cancel the remainder of his engagements. Jockey Urand signa lined his return to the saddle offer his suspension for belligerency by riding three winners, all from the Bedwell stable. Adair i Baker derided, ihi afteri that they would again lake lent in Kentneky raciax this aea -mi and m-,d" liu-i.-il engagements for 1 1 r « - rarkta* ■t tares otTen-.i al lxioglon. nnaglaa Pari.. Chnr-Chill Downs an I Latoaia. Van aaalruoni ttervk-e tronhit wa? adjusted -an? factorih today by the award of the privilege to a Philadelphia concern which will hereafter dussemln ad- tin- Information lo the various commission houses. As a result of tin adjustment, entries with weights wen- given out to the newspaper nn-u for tneir respective publications and the restrictions in vogue ■luring tin past week "ii press matter were also lifted. .1. W. Johnson today Anally consummated the ileal for Aniorel and Ba Morel la with C. l . Bay and is i:ow iii possession of those bones. J. Bn ui. who loruieilv trained tin- Raj bones, retains Emily I/Maud Cu Boa. s. N. Holnian. who is nroaaotlag a new race track at Montreal, was a visitor here today. He was ae 1 vm panied by N. P. Duquette, of Montreal. C. J. I.vneh. of Columbia, was also ■ visitor al Palmetto Park. Tin- Palmetto Park track was in prime conditio i lids morning, when the following work-outs took place: Abiiious -Five-eighths in 1:00. Has shown nothing of account. Armor — Three-eighths in 34, breedag. Had New- II. -Mile in 1 50. Has shown nothing. Bat Mnaterson — five-eighths in 1 :iKi. la right good. Beach Band live-eight ha ia 1 ■ » ■ Has shown Utile. Carroll Half mile in 50. lias plenty of speed. ton Iurran — Mile in 1:45 All out. Shows apeed, but quits. ConUnental Mile in l:4». May race heller foe r. T. Patterson. Donald Macdoaald Half mile In ■ ■ . hreeniag. Baton Mile in l :."••_•. breezing. r.dna Leska Tar ighttw in :;s. Shows no speed Pasces Mile in 1 :52, breeaittg. Pont .Mile in 1:40. Showing Improvement. In.; Mile in 1 111 Never better. Hilda- Sister -Half mile in 52. Ha- K"U- bai k. Jewel of Asia -Kive-elghtbs iu 1 :«ii. latproving. Kinmnndy Three-eighths in :;i Has been sick. 1 eanienc" Mil" iu I:4I». Good work for him. Lord i.iam Pi vi eighths iu 1:04. In greatly bn proved form. .Merry Pad Mil" in 1:51, caateriag. Al his best. Montagnie Mile in 1:17. Is "iu; back Nonpareil Three-eighths in -il hreeaing. Uii"-ti"ti Hark I hree i|ii.-n li is iu 1 :•_•:-;. Is showing sure aess Republican Mile in I : 15. Al Ins beat. Saltan — Three-quarters iu 1 :J". All out. of lit tie aii onnl . Semi-quaver Three-quarters in 1:19. Is good. Sherwood Three-quarters in 1:18. I- lit. low ton i- i, |.| Three-quarters in 1:20, cantering. 1- tit. I r-o Weight Mali mil- in ■"•! Trainiag well. Vllej Three-qnartert in I 18 ilood work f-o- him Wander Threi quarters in 1:18 m Aa good a- • v er. Villi- Half mile in .".1 Is ready; need- cheaa "I -jtioll w ..»i"ii Shoes Tbree-eightha iu TO promisiuK colt.

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