Great Britain Good One: Disposition At Louisville To Regard Him As Best Three-Year-Old Of Season.; G. M. Hendries Colt Grows in Public Esteem as Result of Beating Foundation and Others in Handicap at Douglas Park., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-07


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GREAT BRITAIN GOOD ONE DISPOSITION AT LOUISVILLE TO REGARD HIM AS BEST THREE YEAROLD OF SEASON G M Heiidries Colt Gntws in Public Esteem as asResult Result of Beating Foundation and Others in inHandicap Handicap at Douglas Park Louisville ICy June C Todays promising ciiYI f seven races was responsible for the presence it Douglas IirU this afternoon of the largest mid ¬ week attendance of tlie meeting Tlic racing was of a high standard and interest keen with the betting again of generous volume and in excess of expectations expectationsGeorge George M Heudries threeyearold Great Dritain clinched his claim to greatness this afternoon by the impressive fasliion in which lie accounted for the handicap at one mile and a sixteenth beating among others Foundation and Any Port His show ¬ ing was a revelation more so taking into considera ¬ tion that mi to the present he has had an easy preparation and had not liocii called on to go any conisderable distance Loftus handled him fault ¬ lessly lie took him into an easy lead at once with Foundation his closest pursuer Several times dur ¬ ing the first threequarters Foundation made efforts to displace the Heiidrie colt from the lead lint each time Loftus was prepared and drew gradu ¬ ally away until the stretch turn was reached where Foundation gave It up as hopeless ami near the end was forced out to save second place from the fast finishing Any 1ort Cream ran a consistent race and was close up most of the way though failing to get any portion of the purse The purseThe mile track record of 1 S made during this meeting by Coy Lad went to the discard in the closing race when Morristown running in his liest form covered the distance in 138 and finished a handy winner over the heavily hacked McCorkle The latter Haltered his hackers by going into a good lead at the start but he was done for after going thieoquarlcrs thieoquarlcrsThe The removal of the blinkers from Vandergrifts rqiiipiiiint in the fifth race worked an Improvement in his running for he showed keen speed for the entire trip and beat Hodge by a half length He vuMhnvf made the margin greater had his rider not allowed him to loaf in the last sixteenth Hodge acted badly before the start and ran a sixteenth at top speed the reverse way of the course courseThe The Schorr stable should have made It a double during the afternoon with a more energetic ride for Gelrani in the third race Martin handled him list ¬ lessly and lost a good deal of unnecessary ground Into the stretch while lien Iasca saving ground by remaining close to the inner rail secured a slight lead wliieh he retained to the end In this race Gallev Slave was intended as the medium for a betting coup but the horse was a bit short and tired near the end Dave Nicol had the mount on him and this once good rider was applauded while on his wav to the post postJefferson Jefferson Livingston the Cincinnati sportsman who is tring to break into racing on an extensive scale and who is desirous of obtaining good material won a purse with his recent acquisition Sosius when that youngster finished first in the opener with Harry L in second place Sosius showed him ¬ self to be n smart racer for after getting away slowly and in last place he moved up in resolute titvleand disposed of Harry L in the last furlong Mr Livingston paid 2000 for Sosins SosinsThe The second and the sixth races were contested by horses of the dog variety hut furnished in ¬ teresting contests Detour and Donnic Kloisc were the winners The latter was the only pronounced favorite to score during tile afternoon afternoonHorsemen Horsemen will be given opportunity tomorrow to make entries at Douglas larc for the Latonia races for Monday The entries mav also be made at latonia Those received at Latouia will be transmit ted here by longdistance telephone and the complete list furniwhcd to owners and racing patrons with little delay beyond the usual time timeJockeys Jockeys loltus and Dorel each piloted two winners this afternoon afternoonAfter After Great Britains grand showing many astute Iiorcncn expressetl the belief that he is the best of the many crack threeyearolds seen in Kentucky till year and that virtually means the best in the country George M Heiidrie his owner is desirous of winning the Latonia Derby with the colt and will have a number of guests at Latonia on Derby day to ee the running of the race H Dradiey received word from his Idle Hour 1arin of the death of the filly Drig which was truck liv lightning and killed instantly Drig was valued at rlMiO She had been retired to the stud and mated with Sain SainStamps Stamps came out of the third race with a per ¬ ceptible limp and her jockey dismounted before returning to the scales scalesJames James Evcrman will transfer part of Ids big string to Latonia tonight The J D Kcsiioss consignment was sent this morning W T Spiers will ship his lot to Latonia tomorrow G J I ngs racers will go on Sunday K II Dradiey sent fourteen this morning and the remaining six will be trans ¬ ferred to Latonia on Sunday SundayTin1 Tin1 management desirous of cleaning up their business with as little delay as possible will install two additional cashiers tomorroy for the re ¬ demption of outstanding tickets These pastclwards must be presented for redemption tomorrow tomorrowDetour Detour and Den Lasea comprising the twohorse combination paid their backers for 2 Great Dritain Vandergrift and Donnie Kloise the three hoi e play yielded 2310 for 2 2The The following were among this mornings work ¬ outs at Douglas Park ParkCarpathla Carpathla Half mile in 50 Coy Lad Mile in llj Ida Lavinia Fiveeighths in 101 Jell Dernstfin Threequarters in 117 Jim Dasey Half mile in IJ La Valletta Half mil in 1J Lnckland Mile in 115 Luke McGlukt Threeeighths in 3 lid Rosebud Onequarter in 1 Silver Dill Threequarters in 117V Star of Danube Threeeighths in 87 Weights fur the Inaugural Handicap to IK run on the opening day at Intonia were announced today liv Secretary Maginn The race is at one mile and a sixteenth 2000 added Fiftyseven were nominated but the field of starters will come from the following Kmlolfo 121 Froglegs 122 Duckhorn 115 Ten Ioint 113 Hawthorn 112 Helen Darhee 110 Hound the World 10S Little lather 107 Irish Gentleman lKi Dell Horse 1 10 1 Princess Callawny 101 Dobbv Dover 102 Coy I nil 100 Sonada 100 Presumption 100 Anv Port KM Flora Finn loo Milton D 100 Gowell loo Mss ThoriK S Cream 05 Floral Park Sir Prince Ilermis McCorklo ° Flying Tom Winners of 1000 after puldicaiion of weights will required to carry live pounds extra extraTrainer Trainer Frank W Taylor will have an even dozon horses to take east from Douglas Park for IK C Hallenback They are Adams Express Frederick L Hobnob Sir Denrah Holling Stone Hedge Azy iade Housemaid Dine Thistle Daythoru Fauutle roy and Lady Lightning

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