Great Britain Is Beaten: High Private And Princess Callaway Take Measure Of Derby Favorite.; Hendrie Three-Year-Old Suffers First Defeat in Kentucky While Trying to Make Weight Concessions in Handicap--Favorites All Beaten., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-13


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GREAT BRITAIN IS BEATEN HIGH PRIVATE AND PRINCESS CALLAWAY TAKE MEASURE OF DERBY FAVORITE Hcndrio ThreeYearOld Suffers First Defeat in Ken ¬ tucky While Trying to Make Weight Conces ¬ sions in Handicap Favorites All Beaten Cincinnati O Juirc 12 Tlio veteran High Pri ¬ vate dimmed the lustre of another shining star when he look into cami this afternoon G M Ilendries crack tlireeyearold Great Britain heretofore un ¬ beaten on a Kentucky track and an overwhelming favorite for the Latonia Derby to le run on Satur ¬ day next High Private accomplished his task in nii st convincing fashion and left no room for doubt as to his superiority over the Ilendrie colt at the weighty that prevailed today The race also served to show that then is merit in the oldtimers con tdilion that threeyearolds no matter how good they may he can not cope successfully with the better class of matured horses in the spring par ¬ ticularly at u great weight disadvantage Great lirltiiln today tried to give High Private eight pounds by the racing scale scaleThose Those who had witnessed Great Britains Louisvillu triumphs considered him a certainty for todays race and he ruled an overwhelming favorite High Private by no means lacked for supporters tin smart set especially inclining towards him Great Itrjtain started out as usual as if to show the way for the entire mile and a sixteenth journey and tlat UTCI his supporters in the early stages by dispos ¬ ing of the lightly weighted Miss Thorpe On the stretch turn High Private moved up fast and after a slight shaking n drew by the leader and won with lengthsTowards ease by four lengths Towards the end Great Britain was brought to a hard drive and he finally succumbed in the last stride to Princess Callaway for second money real Britains defeat while a stunner was only one of a series of setbacks that the talent ex ¬ perienced tliis afternoon Not a single first choice managed to score and most of the patrons of the Sjiort were a meek lot at the close of proceedings In the oiMuing dash lilack Tonoy followed Itnrbara Lane to the HiiiRh The Weir lillys victory was iHitlcVcilMtKijrelv localise of a cracking gow4 rldo m tlTo part ot diminutive McCabe who sentlit raiount through what appeared to IM an impossible opening In the last seventy yards of the race raceStar Star Oltyau at oddson was the second favorite to lose He brought up in third place Wander add Wilhlte igumg in a spirited struggle for the purse Bushy Head a stable mate to Black Tbney was tln hettiug choice of the third but the dimin ¬ utive McDonald was not strong enough to give him proper handling and he finished second Korfhage taking the purse Tocumsoh a stable mate to Great Britain vas fancied for the lifth race liiit Katrine held him safe for the entire trip and Won coiiiinundiugly coiiiinundiuglyThe The closing dush went to Presumption which raced in his best form and landed a length before Samuel It Meyer the favorite favoriteIdeal Ideal weather again prevailed Small fields of good quality served to attract a bumper crowd The betting was on a par with that of yesterday hut fell far short of the speculation at either of the IxHiisvillo courses coursesOne One individual was lucky enough to name High Private Katrine and Presumption in the three hurse combination and took the entire pool of ititCO Kleven picked the twohorse combination consisting of Wander and Korfhage and it yielded them 77 each for 2 2Carroll Carroll Reid well known as a former owner and tralher was among todays visitors He reports that his stallion Hen Trovato has been mated with forty choice mares this season Mr Held is firmly of the belief thnt lien Trovato will be a great success in the stud studCanada Canada Jack Adkins trainer of the K T Mackenzie string of racers arrived today from Chicago and departed tonight for Louisville lo bring here the ten horses he lias at Douglas Park including lluckhorn Helen ISarbee and Melton Street Garrett D Wilson secretary of the Kentucky As ¬ sociation arrived today from Lexington to witness tlie racing and also tobo in attendance at the con ¬ ference of Kentucky track managers next Saturday when the question of fall dates is to be disposed of Matt T Wiliu and Charles F Grainger will reach here on Saturday morning General Manager John llachmclster of the Latonia and Douglas Park trucks has arranged for a luncheon at the clubhouse for the guests after which the date arrangements will lie discussed discussedThere There was a report that the Kentucky State Rac ing Commission would hold a meeting here on Satur ¬ day hut this was unfounded All the members will lie here to witness the running of the Latonia Derby W G KingDodds arrived today from New York to witness the running of the iJitonia Derby He left his string of racers at Hamilton Out OutA A sensational workout by Foundation this morn ¬ ing was a topic among the horsemen The McKonna racer displayed phenomenal speed and after his trial trainer McDaniel announced that lie would go to the post In the Latonia Derby next Saturday There is now certain to lie at least three starters in the big fixture next Saturday including Gowell Great Itrltain and Foundation Great Britain was looked Uxiii as having the race at his mercy until his performance this afternoon and it alienated the support of many who are now of the opinion that Gowell will be returned the winner T T Weaver owner of the filly was greatly elated over what he regarded as the poor showing of Great Pritain PritainGeorge George M Ilendrie owner of Great Britain ac ¬ companied by Walter O 1armer and Harry T Inll Ing arrived tonight from Detroit to see Great Bri ¬ tain run in the Derby DerbyThere There will be a big delegation from Louisville on Saturday for the Derby They will come by special train trainAdvice Advice from Louisville today were that Ten Point had been shipped to Hamilton where lie will likely DerbyWord trv for the Hamilton Derby Word was received here today that a race meet ¬ ing Is In contemplation at Columbia S C next fall The ratlug at the South Carolina capitol is to cover two weeks in November and will close before the opening at Charleston alioiit December 1 The horses formerly trained bv John Rodegap and comprising part of the estate were dis ¬ posed of at auction in the Latonia paddock l cfore the first race as follows Curlicue 1150 M Shields Holberg 450 II Herdel Holy Hill 400 T Abadie Grace V 225 K C Crockett CrockettSome Some Interest is being manifested in the pro ¬ posed meeting at Porter Ind Many owners would welcome fifteen days of racing near Chicago if they could feel assured that the purses Would be paid promptly

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