Alan Winners Well Supported., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-16


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ALAN WINNERS WELL SUPPORTED Spokane Wash May 15 Horses quoted at liberal prices and well backed by tin public accounted for the majority of the races at Alan today The track was a trille slow Thistle Helle which has not faced the starter since the closing of last falls meeting at Lagoon was made the favorite In the fourth race a five and onehalf furlongs sprint on the strength of fast morning workouts She dis ¬ played some early speed but tired badly In tin llnal part of the race n twoyearold from the stable of Henrv McDaiilel was made an oddson choice in the third race She was the victim of bad racing luck in the early part of the race but finished with a tre ¬ mendous rush to be beaten only a head T A McCIIntock who represents four tracks In Alberta at Calgary Edmonton Prince Albert anil Keglna came in today with a party from that local ¬ ity to view the racing He states that there will be fortyeight days of racing at the different points named this summer summerThe The stewards this afternoon raised the suspensions standing against all riders here to the extent of permitting them to ride In all stakes for their con ¬ tract employers They reduced the indefinite sus froin suspendedC the time he was suspended C W Kennon was claimed by O W Roblson the owner of Special Delivery out of the second race for 275 275Al Al Grou a prominent business man and racing enthusiast of Butte Mont is a late arrival He Intends to remain a few weeks x

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