Another Day Of Upsets: Not A Favorite Succeeded In Scoring At Douglas Park.; Cream Is Returned Winner of Handicap for Which Milton B. Rules Strong First Choice--Hodge Shows High Speed in Juvenile Race., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-29


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ANODDHEE DAY OF UPSETS NOT A FAVORITE SUCCEEDED IN SCORING AT DOUGLAS PARK Cream Is Returned Winner of Handicap for Which WhichMilton Milton B Rules Strong First Choice Hodge HodgeShows Shows High Speed in Juvenile Race Louisville Ky May 28 C C Van Meiers Ken ¬ tucky Oaks winner Cream came right back with a victory in the mile and an eighth handicap yliieh served as a feature at Douglas 1ark today She scored in game fashion over Cousin Puss ami Milton B the only other starters In the race Milton 15 ruled a strong first choice The Van Meier lilly was forced to assume the lead after the start on account of restraining tactics being adopted by the others but the diminutive McCahe was equal to the emergency and handled her with good judg ¬ ment for lie permitted her to go about her task in her own way until the others began to threaten seriously lie then gave her what help he could and she lasted to win by a scant half length in advance of Cousin Puss The latter was best hutwas unlucky to be steered into a pocket during the first quarter and kept there until the stretch turn was reached Hero Kcderis took her around the others and in the final drive she responded cou ¬ rageously and got ui In the last stride for second place Milton 15 had 110 excuses and was not good enough enoughFavorites Favorites wore howled over in all the races during the afternoon but most of the winners were well supported In two of the races the failure of the favorites came as a result of interference from which they suffered immediately after the release of the barrier The first of the mishaps came in the opening dash when Miss Declare was caught in a jam and knocked back to last place hopelessly out of contention In the closing dash lionnie Kloiso also was a sufferer at the start to an extent that probably cost her the purse purseIdeal Ideal weather prevailed this afternoon and con trilmlod to generous patronage The hotting was surprisingly large from the outset and increased with every race raceV V W Harden uncovered a speedy twoyearold fu tin second race in the gelding Hodge by Ivan the Terrible Nannie Hodge He was hustled into a good lead soon after the harrier went up and finished first four lengths in advance of John fJuud There was much letting activity about K H Brad leys Bob Black in this race but that youngster dis ¬ played unmistakable greenness and will show to hotter advantage when he gets a few more racing lessons lessonsL L K Camdens Christophine took eleven other fillies into camp in the opening dash after a struggle to dispose of Shelby Belle an outsider outsiderJ J H Hatvkius won his first purse of the season when Hilly Holder at a long price scored in the third race over Guide Post and Strong with Al Bloeh failing to get any jtortion of the purse The last named two were the outstanding betting choices in tin race and Strong might have liecii the win ¬ ner with a bit better racing luck Silver Hill showed a sudden return of his high siieed and took the fifth race from Itcnanct and Samuel H Meyer The winner set a tremendous fast pace in the first half mile and held on fairly well to the finish though swerving in the last sixteenth sixteenthThe The closing dash went to Wander after a drive to Heat Bonnie Kloie Jabot had the best of the break in this race but tired badly after going threeiiuarlers There were a number of had actors at the post causing a bad start startJolnv Jolnv W Schorrs Kdda came Hit of her race of yesterday In bad shape according to report reportJockey Jockey Goos s injury resulting from his fall of yesterday in the second race was of graver nature than at first supiwsed and he will probably he out of the saddle for some time timeThe The twohorse combination consisting of Billy Holder am Hodge paid its lucky backers 2430 The combination of Cream Silver Hill and Wander paid 20220 for 2 2Hie Hie Ixitotiii stake lx ok was distributed to owners here this morning Nine stakes are listed headed bv the Latonia Derby DerbyJohn John T Ireland who served as patrol judge at Iexngton and Churchill Downs and who is filling a similar imsition at D mglas Park will act in the same capacity at Latonia LatoniaJ J K Wainwright today sold High Star and Ioveland the only remaining racers he had in his stable anil their sale terminates his tnrf ca ¬ reer as he intends to go on an extended hunt to Alaska and other northern countries before return ¬ ing to his newly purchased ranch near Oresno Cal J S Hawkins tmiight the colts named Al Luznder who has been in charge of the Wainwright stable sinve the death of Fred Luzader was pre ¬ sented with the horse All Red by Mr Wainwright WainwrightSecretary Secretary Magin announced this afternoon the weights for the Memorial Handicap six furlongs to be run on Friday next The stake has 20 K added and the starters will come from the following Caiigli Hill 120 Helen Harhee 121 Hawthorn 118 High Private 11 Sebago 110 Jim Hasey 110 Grovor Hughes 114 Little Father 114 Round the World 114 Irish Gentleman 110 lloyal Tea 107 Azyiade 107 Presumption 107 Marjorie A 107 Samuel It Moyer 107 Great Hritain 105 Morris town 105 Cusev Jones 104 Coy Lad 102 Gowell 100 Pan Zarcta 100 Floral Park 97 and Mc Corkle 14

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