Ladies Day At Marlboro., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-05


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LADIES DAY AT MARLBORO AVashington 1 C April 4 The first ladies day of the meeting was observed at the Marlboro track this afternoon and although the weather was cloudy and threatening at the time the trip to the track was made the fair sex turned out in large num ¬ bers The usual six races were set for decision and they nijt only furnished interesting SK rt hut favor ¬ ites and second choices were returned winners in live of them so that it was an enjoyable afternoon for those who made the trip to the course There was no particular feature In the fourth race a selling affair for threeyearolds and over at six and a half furlongs Semiquaver a strong second choice proved best He outbroke the others and with clear sailing all the way was never headed winning easily by two lengths from Halde man The latter ran a good race and was in close quarters for live furlongs Lord Wells the favorite did not have a chance to show his real sitecd as he Was carried wide for the lirst half mile bo that he had to go much further than any of the others in the nice He made up considerable ground towards the end endPickcns Pickcns who had the mount on Galinda in the closing dash was lined 25 for rough riding at the start when he crossed over in order to get the rail iKsition and in so doing caused Prince FOIIHO and Wild weed to be knocked out of the run ¬ ning Wildweed was badly cut down as a result and had to be pulled up after a furlong liad IHJCU run The silver loving cup that will be presented to tho winner of the military race wason exhibition today and was much admired This event which is known as the ollicers army service Hat race to be ridden by ollicers of the United States Army will be the star attraction of tomorrows card and the race re ¬ ceived nine entries It is expected that Major General Wood and his stair will visit the track to witness the race raceThe The differences Iwtwcen the National Steeple ¬ chase and Hunt Association and the Maryland State Fair and Racing Association have been set fled sind it is expected that there will l e some good racing through the field next wcek The owners of irossfouiitry jierforniers have heretofore been rather timid about starting

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