Swannanoa Speedy Mare: Daughter Of Watercress And Sankara Runs Three-Quarters In 1:112/5.; Equals Track Record for Distance at Douglas Park in Winning Allowance Race--Patronage of Sport Continues Good., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-06


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SWAfflANOA SPEEDY MARE DAUGHTER OF WATERCRESS AND SANKARA RUNS THREEQUARTERS IN 111 Equals Track Record for Distance at Douglas Park Parkin in Winning Allowance Race Patronage Patronageof of Sport Continues Good Louisville Ky Juno 5 K C Cowdins Swauna noa was again in the limelight it Douglas Park today this time through u sensationally game per liirmancc in taking the sixfurlongs allowance race in which some of the best sprinters at the course wire engaged after her ehantes appeared forlorn From a time standpoint it was the best performance ef the meeting and the 111 in which she covered Hit six furlongs equaled the track record made by lim Bascy last fall The siieeily Casey Jones with nothing to bother him went out at the start into a good lead anil forced a still pace with Hound the Uorld and Sehago his closest attendants He car ¬ ried his speed well until the stretch turn where lie began to weaken and it enabled Round the World to take momentary command Swannanoa which had steadily been gaining during the middle furlong loomed up just before rounding the last turn and when straightened away lit the stretch she fairly lieu and passed the leaders in the last seventy yards to win by three parts of a length Hound the World placeThe outstayed Casey Jones for second place The pleasant weather and prospects for witnessing got sport were again extensive contributing factors towards a big attendance The patronage at Doug Jt Iark has bveii generous throughout and on a pur Avilh that of Churchill Downs in spite of the addi ¬ tional distance of this course from the city The volume of betting so far has exceeded expectations and today it went above ordinary week day figures The prices ruling against the different winners were liberal liberalMembers Members of the Kentucky State Hacing Commis si in figured prominently in todays racing represen ¬ tatives from their stables accounting for half the card of six races George J Long who is also the steward for the commission at this course scored double with Eustace and Celesta Both were forcid territic drives J X Canidens Casuarina accredited the best lilly of her age in these parts aad an easy time of it in the third race in which tilie met a good bund of juveniles The disappoint ¬ ment of this race was Hobinetta which ran an un ¬ accountably dull race and never ligurcd prominently at any time timeE E T Colton who has been conspicuous In run ¬ ups was again a factor after John Heardpn won the closing dash He bid him up from 000 to 1200 but the horse was retained John W Schorr in addition to landing a purse witli John Heardou also furnished the winner of the second race when Afterglow beat the heavily backed Ihillis Antoinette AntoinetteThe The A L Aste connections attempted a betting conn with Phyllis Antoinette but the bad luck they have experienced since their arrival in Ken ¬ tucky is still with them and her failure was primar ¬ ily due to Gemnil in carrying her at a fast clip lor the lirst half mile mileJockey Jockey W French was suspended for live days bv the judges for rough riding on Casey Jones The MiNpcnslon came as u result of a complaint by Iatrol Judge Ireland who reported that French hail persistently Imthercd Hound the World WorldJockey Jockey Insgrave will have the mount on Foun ¬ dation tomorrow if he does not leave l eforc weigh ¬ ing In time for the race Trainer Taylor thinks ho will IK furnished with a car so that he will be able to depart tomorrow tomorrowJ J N Camdeii Charles F Grainger and George T Long members of the Kentucky State Racing Commission were present this afternoon afternoonllykl llykl and Cosis were sold todav to Jeff Livingston of Cincinnati by C W Canoil acting for A 1 Sprcckels The colts were turned over to Mose lioldblatt who will train them themChurchill Churchill Downs will tomorrow be used for field day trials by Louisville public school children Twenty thousand children and their parents arc expected to be present presentAfter After betting had been in progress for tame tin n the second race Dr Jackson wan estiiMMl fiim starting on account of foot trouble AH n mr wagered on him was returned returnedAdvices Advices received today announce that Alpliic Fon tlcu onetime bookmaker has been elected mayor of New Iberia Ia Mr Fontilcu figured n iiieiilly is a price maker during the halcyon dins of New Mrlraiis racing aud amassed a fortune at the busi ¬ ness nessJ J O Keene expects to make an extensive ship ¬ ment to Saratoga after the close of Latonia racing and in addition to Helios and other cracks will take along the good colt Impcrator with which he Impts to win the Futurity Imperator is going along satisfactorily in training and will be a seri ¬ ous factor in the Spring Trial Slakes to be run here next Saturday All the best youngsters in these Paris including Old Hosebnd and Little Nephew are eligible to start in it There will be a special train from Louisville next Monday for those desiring to witness the oiKnlng days racing at Lalonia Tlir train will stop at the track and return to Louis ¬ ville shortly after the last race raceW W O Joplin has decided to rest for a brief space during the Latonia meeting and will keep his horses at Douglas Iark The string will be shipped to Lalonia meetingThere for the last part of the meeting There was genuine regret among the horsemen over the death of Charles Kohler The deceased was a stockholder in the Jaiirez and Saratoga tracks in addition to owning extensive breeding and racing establishments in France England and America I ncle which is at the head of his breeding estab ¬ lishment in France will likely be returned to Ken ¬ tucky as all of his get have shown promisingly and ome of the more prominent breeders will make an effort to secure his return to America AmericaThe The twohorse combination consisting of After ¬ glow and Casuariiia paid 3010 for 2 Swan n Hums success in the fourth race gave the three horse combination to the Held players who secured JfS75 for their 2 investment investmentJockey Jockey Huston was in good form during the after ¬ noon piloting three winners Jockey Hyde who was astride Eustace landed hi first winner when that lilly scored today The youngster is under contract to the G J Ixjng es ¬ tablishment tablishmentThi Thi following were some of the workouts of tills morning at Douglas Iark IarkAdelaide Adelaide T Fiveeighths in 103 103Any Any Port Fiveeighths In 102 Bay thorn Throequarters in 11S 11SI I luckhorn Fiveeighths in 105 Famitleroy Fiveeighths in 10 10George George Oxnard Fiveeighths in 103 103Hedge Hedge Fiveeighths in 102 102Hibnob Hibnob Fiveeighths in 102 102Hjiisoinalil Hjiisoinalil Half mile in 51 51Iiuiiresslon Iiuiiresslon Half mile iu 41V Iady Lightning Fiveeighths In 105 105Oc Oc en Threeeighths in US USSiltrlx Siltrlx Mile in 145 145Sir Sir Denrah Threequarters inllSvs inllSvsSuperl Superl Half mile in 51 51Tay Tay Pay Mile in 148 148Tecuuiseli Tecuuiseli Ualf wile lu 49

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