Another Good Card At Marlboro., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-04


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ANOTHER GOOD CARD AT MARLBORO Washington I C April S Beautiful weather helped lo draw another large crowd to the Marllwro track this afternoon the attendance being almost as large as that of the oiieniHg day The racing was marked by several close finishes while the layers were hard hit by the success of two favorites the same numltor of second choices and two horses that had a large following followingRacing Racing Bell was one of the best backed horses of the afternoon for while the field was on the way lo the post there was a plunge on her She led all the way and won in a canter canterChief Chief interest centered in the running of the steeplechase over the short course and it resulted in a rattling contest Bonlala won by a head with the good thing Kyrat backed from S to 1 to 7 1 t 2 a similar margin before Son of the Wind Ilonlala first raced out with Orderly Nat then with Son of the Wind and at the end had enough left to stall off Kyrat The latter met with considerable interference llimation one of tho favorites of the 3ace fell across the eighth jump and was wedged in so that part of the woodwork had to be broken to extricate him but he was taken out unhurt Orderly Nat Iwlted just before this jump was reached and this was the cause of the mishap as he crossed in front of Himatiou HimatiouA A W Foulk carried off the honors during the day by sending two winners to the yost iu Bodkin and Premier both handled by J Hanover HanoverAfter After iKtting had been going on for some time in the opening dash it was discovered that Star Pole one of the carded starters had not been reported in the paddock and trainer M Burns was called l e foiv tho judges and lined 50 The excuse offered was that he thought the horse was to run in the second refundedIt race All money on the horse was refunded It will IN ladles day at the track tomorrow and tiiiMiilters freeJo of the fair sex will lie admitted free Jo key C Turner was at the track today Ho would like to accept mounts hut his employer Amos Turney will not penult him to ride until the Havre de Grace meeting

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