Leochares Again Winner: Schorr Three-Year-Old Continues to Show Superb Form in Kentucky, Daily Racing Form, 1913-10-14


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LEOCHARES AGAIN WINNER SCHORR THREE-YEAR-OLD CONTINUES TO SHOW SUPERB FORM IN KENTUCKY. Samuel R. Meyer, Only Other Winning Favorite at Churchill Downs, Accounts for Mile and an Eighth Handicap in Fast Time. Louisville, Ky., October 13. Adair and Bakers Samuel It. Meyer accounted for the handicap at one mile aud an eighth at Churchill Downs today and ran the distance in time that was within one fifth of a second of the track record. The race was intended as the feature, but was contested by only a trio of ordinary starters in addition to the winner. Just Red taking second money and Ymir third. The latter suffered keen interference from Just Med at a critical time while Hearing the finish and it cost lihn second place, but the claim of foul lodged by Gross was dismissed by the stewards. Just Red was ridden by the diminutive F. Murphy, who allowed his mount to run all over the course. With able handling he might have given the winner a stout argument. John W. Schorrs Leocliares won another purse when he finished practically unattended in the mile allowance race, after having led by a big margin for nearly the entire trip. Kleburue just managed to beat Prince llermis- for second money. Kleburue was a distant trailer In the early stages, for which Peak, his rider, blamed Martin, who forced Kleburue wide on the first turn. Samuel It. Meyer and Leocliares were the ouly winning favorites. The public began badly in the opener when their choice, San Vega, was beaten by First Degree, largely because jockey Small took San Vega back Immediately after the start. He showed a good Might of speed and appeared the probable winner on the stretch turn, but the extra exertion required to get up told near the end and First Degree drew out in the last sixteenth. The favorite of the second race, Wlntergreen, was the victim of a mishap which contributed to his defeat. II; was figthing it out stoutly with Mother Katcham In the last sixteenth, with every prospect of disposing of the Newman representative when Counterpart came with a rush aud bore over on him, forcing-. Gross, to-take him back. . Charmeuse was returned winner of tlie fifth race and Cracker Mox repeated a former victory in the closing dash. The stewards suspended jockey C. Van Dusen for the rest of tlie meeting for rough riding in the second race when he Interfered with Wlntergreen. Rankled by the action of E. Martin in forcing Kleburue wide ou the first turn, jockey Peak used his whip freely on the offender and received a live-days suspension therefor from the stewards. Jockey Small was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by starter Cassidy for his action in taking San Vega back at the start of the opening race. Jockey Kirschbaum, who rode llocnlr in the same race, also came under the ban of the starter and was given a five-days suspension. Small and Kirschbaum are the only two riders suspended by starter Cassidy this fall. J. C. Milam had Morristown excused from starting in " the fourth race on account of the death of his father-in-law. Floral Park was excused from starting in the third race on account of a three-mile runaway in which she indulged yesterday. Amos. Turney sold Pop Gun at private terms today to C. Masey. W. G. Yanke bought the horse Brave from Henderson and Hogan today. Tlie sale of Mrave marks the end of the once powerful stable campaigned by Henderson and Hogan and their retirement from the turf. T. C. McDowell sold the filly Star Actress to Weber and Ward today. Jockey C. Turner Is at present on a trip to Canada In an effort to straighten out his troubles with the Canadian Racing Associations. If lie succeeds ho will be permitted to accept mounts besides those of his contract employer, Amos Turney, to whose stable his riding is at present restricted. Trainer Jack" Adkins contemplates taking a rest tills winter and will turn out the horses he has in his care owned by It. J. Mackenzie. The string, which Includes Muckhorn, Helen Barbee, Melton Street and others, will be shipped to Lexington at the close of the Churchill Downs meeting. Todays weather was again ideal and contributed its share in bringing out a good attendance. The betting was in excess of the corresponding day last fall. The track swarmed this morning with horses at work. Among the work-outs were the following: Mac Five-eighths in 1:0-1. Maron do Kail Three-quarters In 1:17. Melle of Normandy Three-eighths in 3fj. Melloc Three-quarters in 1:20. Meulah S. Half mile in 52. Billy Stuart Half mile in 52. Mlack Toney Five-eighths in 1:04. Mrigs Mrother Five-eighths in 1:02. Mrlnghurst Five-eighths in 1:03. Caro Nome Five-eighths In 1:0!. Constant Five-eighths in 1:04. Cosgrove Five-eighths in 1:00. Cousin Puss Mile in 1:45. Elizalieth Cockrell Five-eighths in 1:00. Flex Five-eighths in 1:03 Glint Five-eighths in 1:04. Gold of Opliir Three-quarters in 1:17. Horron Three-quarters in 1:1S. Iridescence! Mile in 1 :47. Isabelle Valle Five-eighths in 1:00. Jalmt Five-eighths In 1:08. Lost Fortune Three-eighths in 30. " Meshach Half mile in 50. Miss Edith Seven-eighths in 1:31. Mrs. Moore Three-eighths in 3S. O Tis True Three-eighths In 30. Pilain Three-quarters in 1:17. Presumption Three-quarters in 1:19. Robert Kay Five-eighths in 1:03. Swish Five-eighths in 1:04. Syringa Five-eighths in 1:03. Topland Three-eighths .in 3S. Toynbec Mile in 1:50. Trans Miller Three-eighths in 3S. Waterbass Five-eighths In 1:05. Watermelon Five-eighths in 1:04. Willis Five-eighths in 1:03. Woof Mile in 1:47. "Worlds Wonder Half mile in 51. Wryneck Three-quarters iu 1:20.

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