Sebago Reduces A Record: Runs Three-Quarters Of A Mile In 1:11 2/5 Over The Latonia Track.; Scores Easy Victory in Overnight Handicap in Which Other Contenders Have Ill-Luck--Favorites Make Good Showing., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-17


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SEBAGO REDUCES A RECORD RUNS THREEQUARTERS OF A MILE IN 111 OVER THE LATONIA TRACK Scores Easy Victory in Overnight Handicap in Which WhichOther Other Contenders Have IllLuck Favorites FavoritesMake Make Good Showing Cincinnati June 10 The attendance it La ¬ tonia today was remarkably large for Monday Though no outstanding features wore carded the racing was spirited An SOO handicap at six fur ¬ longs went to Sobago which lowered the track record made recently liy Casey Jones and set the now mark at 111 Sobagos victory was easily achieved lint his task might have been more arduous had the veteran High Private gotten off on even terms with him Tins latter closed a big gap to land fourth Presumption and Buckhorn gave the winner a stout argument for tlio first live furlongs and finished Mcoiid and third respectively Biickhorn came out of Hie race in a had way and probably will not be raced fallThe again until late in the fall The betting today was spirited the total being the third largest of the meeting The speculator fared well four lirst choices Ining numbered among tin1 winners The only longpriced winner of the afternoon was Kiva which running in greatly im ¬ proved form showed the way for the entire trip in the tilth race raceAfter After Manager Maeks victory in the second Kay Spenee owner oC Bobby Cook advanced him from M to 1000 but failed to get him himHarry Harry I liimlly graduated from the maiden class when lie got home in tho opener in advance of eleven other youngsters Ollagan took the third race in handy fashion with Itig Spirit and Kalph next in order Brigs Brother was again accorded stout support but Ixiftus handling of him was weak and contributed to his failure to get any por ¬ tion of tlio purse Kl Palomar was given confident support in the fifth but he had a hard time to land in third place The Grader leil all the way in the closing dash hut Prospect which landed third might have given him a stout argument with a lietter jstart jstartK K H Bmdley received word during the afternoon 1 frp TflS ldle Hour Kami that an explosion had hadclcnmllsijd clcnmllsijd his Village and that two automobiles and andthree buildingThe three carriages had been burned with tlio building The thoroughbred barns escaped the flames flamesF F J Srefer departed today for Butto Mont where ho will race during the coming meeting Be fore departing he purchased at private terms from II LanderJitckev I llcadley the racer Harry Lander Jitckev Peak is linding his opportunities hero limited on account of increasing weight and will depart on Wednesday next for Butto Mont to ride there and later on at Anaconda AnacondaT T C McDowell has prepared for shipment from Aslihind Farm at Lexington tlie racers Star Actress and George Stoll The horses will arrive here to ¬ morrow 1 C Milam today sold at private terms the three yearold Marshon to M A Colton The horse ran in the closing race in the interest of his new owner ownerAn An extra race will IK rim on Wednesday next and will be known as the Advance Fund Selling Purse the 705 runup on Manager Mack today making it ixisslhleStarter ixisslhle Starter Mars Cassidy will leave at the close of the meeting here direct for Saratoga where he has rented u cottage for the summer summerJ J S Wallace who will serve as racing secretary at the Porter Ind track was advised today that the management had decided on postponing tlie open ¬ ing until July bringing the closing day of Hie lirst lifteen days meeting on Saturday July 1 Mr Wallace was also advised that tlio management intend to settle in full all outstanding obligations and that agents will arrive hero next Monday to take care of claims against the association Mr Wallace was instructed to prepare the program book for tlio lirst live days racing and to distribute it to the horsemen here The postponement of the opening was considered by the horsemen here a move in the right direction anil will serve to secure for the Porter track many horses Foundation whose races liave been disappointing in view of numerous fast workouts has changed hands JelVerson Livingston having purchased him from C W McKenna of Lexington for tlie re ported sum of 75OO Mose Goldblatt who will lijilii Foundation for his new owner says that he will pursue different tactics in the handling of the hoie from those employed by Will McDaniol and that he will not permit the colt to work fast in private trials except for short distances lie pur ¬ poses to ship him to Saratoga with tlie idea that the water and climate at that famous resort will be benelieial to him

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