Preston Lynn May be Good One: Archie Zimmer Wins Stake Race at Palmetto Park with Son of Dick Welles, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-29


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/ ! : I I i a . s l . i i PRESTON LYNN MAY BE GOOD ONE. Archie Zimmcr Wins Stake Race at Palmetto Park with Son of Dick Welles. Charleston. S. C. March -tl. Belayed in Trans mission, i Archie Ziinnier today uncovered a likely .juvenile In Ircstcu 1. vim. a slashing chestnut colt by Kick Welles— Animosity, with which he won the Pirn- loic-1 Inn Stakes, the last "I the -lake ran- ol the Palmetto Park meelinj;. With tin- exception i : the Palmetto Perby. to he decided mi Saturday, the closing day. It was Preston Lynns rirst essay under colors ami although he showed greenness during the running, he acnuitttd himself in a mauner which won for liini man.v ailniini-. The other starters in the race wi re Itorttou, Miss Waters and S.m Jtm. which finished behind him in the order nam d. Cordon was strong favorite, hut Preston Lynn was sintportcd by ime of the smart set o.i the strength of satisfactory trial- in private. The Zimmcr youngster raced out I i front load sntl bead wltn San Jon in the early run aing and went on io an Impretsire victory when Ssu Jon piit. A storm • i In- variety -wept oret Palmetto Park iln- uiorning, bul did m particular damage. A- a result of the d-w u.ioiir. the track was -lowed up a Lit. but was in good c lidf! nm for this afternoons racing. The mile handicap Meld was reduced by scratches to three starters I. .1. Pons recent acquisition. Ar Mr, which ha- been running in greatly Improved form of late, wa- r-iurned the victor h.v a narrow margin ovm Voltborpe. which In imn led Karl. Light bj i nose totthorfe. tan rivsesi to the rail. where the going was poorest, bul for which he might havi vvn. A killing of mild proiMtrtioJM was made on Premier winner of the opening race. He wa- backed into fa vuritism from an oi;caiug iiuotatioa of I to I. Pro gee salve was another winner thai -h iwed aaarked im iii-ovenient loim-hlent with staunch support. Fool had an ea-.v time winning tin- closing dash, for which In- wa- an udds-ou rhnirr The In.:*. ,i I! G. Dedwell. T. I-. Sbeedy iml J. L. Ilolia.m will he shipped al the clo-e of Ih meeting here to Havre de Grace, where they wj:l he rested uuiil the ••petting of racing there. W. It. BsgstrtHH. who has bee.i suionralnx at II ■ Springs. Ark . during the greater nan of iln- win icr. has auicii.i ed in- intention of laying im|i|- -h Km fork. The Belmont ctmslgnmeni of two-year-olds to be campaig 1 at the Norfolk track reached there in good -In The lir big -hipni-iit for the Jamestowu Jo. k-v Clubs track al Norfolk leaves here tomorrow morn in:; ami will consist of the following stables: ti. M. Johnson. .1. W. Iledrick. Frank K. Brown. S;:.u Louis. George J. Day and Chris Coodharto. !. M. Johnson will not accompany his horses io Norfolk. He will go from here t" Nashville to surttd. a few days at the home of his mother before golint io the Virginia track. Several of! the Derby eiigBdet were then their final trial- for tin- hit race on Saturday. John IS. Madden- Bemadotte showed up better than any ol the others. He worked a mile and a uliarter in -:1o.-,. doing the first mile in lilo1.-, in hand fashion. ____________

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