Gotelus is a Good One: Oklahoma-Bred Two-Year-Old Runs Impressive Race at Laurel, Daily Racing Form, 1913-10-15

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GOTELUS IS A GOOD ONE OKLAHOMA-BRED TWO-YEAR-OLD RUNS IMPRESSIVE RACE AX LAUREL. Makes Weight Concessions to Flittergold and Surprising and Wins in Convincing Fashion Old Donald Macdonald Again a Winner. Baltimore M1., October 14. At Laurel this afternoon, J. 15. Grays Oklahoma-lired Gotelus took the measure of August Belmonts Flittergold, brotlicr to that good horse, Fair IMay. Gotelus is not much of a horse to look at, but lie lias a stout heart and that counted in his victory this afternoon, Flittergold was the public choice and ran the lirst half in ;47. The pace he had sot made its effects felt when the crucial test came and Gotelus. wr.ic.i nad .iec following the pacemaker closely, went on to win going away by a comfortable margin. Tlie victory :f Gotelus was an impressive one, for he carried his scale weight and was running on at the end, which indicates that this son of Bonnie Joe may he a stayer. lionald .Macdonald started again this afternoon in a m lllng race and naturally there was little betting on the result, for everybody expected him to win. lie did. and In a canter. It was expected when C. C. Smithsoiis Rolling Stone finished second, that Donald .Macdonald would be bid u;i. Smithsoii carried the winner fiom .!.00 uii to ,50O and the owner of l:onald .Macdonald theii bid the customary to retain his horse. J. L. Holland won another lace during the day witli Trifier. At the request of the horsemen the steeplechase course lias been changed so that in future the jumpers will not have to climb the hill. Hereafter the horses will keep in the inliehl. John It. .McLean of Washington, was an interest, d spectator at the races this afternoon. It was .Mr. .McLeans first visit to the track. Other liotahus present were United States Senators James and Hughes. Johu W. Burttfchell has sold Astrologer to T. J. El ward. Thomas I.ird arrived this afternoon from Toronto . .wjth, Jda hordes, iiiclndlnii Martian, f tthlle being unloaded from the Benning special .mils afternoon. Horace 17. fell from the platform "flfiiU injured a leg slightly. A. L. Aste said today that his stallion Eyebrow had been mated with twenty mares in Keutucky. This fellow is the second Star Shoot stallion to be fctnt to the stud, the other being Uncle, whose phenomenal success as a progenitor or winning two-year-olds lias already beeu established. William .Midgeley was at the track again todav, signing up jockeys to ride at Piping Rock Saturdav. Most of the boys who made the trip last week will go over again. Compliment, winner of the sixth race, was bid up from 00 to ,205 by S. Louis and .1. W. Hedrick, and was retained. Recent workouts of horses In training at Laurel were as follows: Afterglow .Mile in 1:47. All Hold Mile In 1:40. Altamaha Three-quarters in 1 :U0-. Azyiade- Mile in 1:45. Behest Half mile In 51. Itelulre Five-eighths in 1:04. Ronnie Lloise Mile in 1:40. Brando Half mile in 49. Briar Iath Three-quarters in 1:10. Rrynlimah Mile iu 1:47. Cam peon Three-quarters in 1:10. Carlton G. Mile in 1:30. ; Iliarlestoniau Half mile in 49. Chemulpo Three-quarters in 1:17. Chester Krum Mile in 1:44. Chilton Queen Half mile In" 51. Cogs Mile iu 1:50. Compliment Mile in 1:55. Dangerous Mareli Three-eighths in 30 Early Light Three-quarters in 1:18. Fiaiumarion Seven-eighths in 1:38. Flatbush Three-quarters in 1:17. Tool oFortune Five-eighths in 1:04. Ford Mai Three-quarters in 1:25. Frederick L. Three-eighths in 35. Gainer Three-quarters in 1:2S. Garl Three-quarters in 1:17. Grenida Three-quarters in 1:21. .1. II. Houghton Mile in 1:44. Kayderoseros Seven-eighths in 1:31. Lace Three-quarters in 1:10. Lady Grant Five-eighths in 1:02. I nibs Tail Three-quarters in 1:20. Lancewood Five-eighths in 1:05. Liuu Shark Mile in 1:40. Lord Ladas Half mile in 49. lird Wells Three-quarters in 1:20. Mary Warren Three-quarters in 1:18. Monmouth Five-eighths in 1:05. Nello Three-eighths in 37. Ortyx Half mile in 50. Outlan Half mile in 50. Penniless Three-eighths in 37. i Progressive Three-quarters In 1:17. Punch Bowl Three-quarters in 1:17. Recession Half mile in 54. Roamer ive-eighths in 1:02. Runway Five-eighths in 1:05. Scallywag Seven-eigljths In 1:31. Servicebce Three-quarters in 1:20. Sherwood Half mile in 51. Sir Caledore Five-eighths In 1:04. Slim Princess Three-quarters in 1:1S. Sprit Five-eight lis in 1:03. Star Gift Three-quarters in 1:17. Stellata Half mile in 51. Spring Maid Three-quarters in 1:28. Superintendent Five-eighths In 1:08. Tartar Mile in 1:41. s Ten Point Mile iu 1:49. Towton Field Three-quarters in 1:20. Turkey in the Straw Three-quarters in 1:1S. Uncle Jiminie Gray Five and one-half furlongs in 1:12. Under Cover Five-eighths in 1:0S. Warbler Three-quarters in 1:23. Woodrow Three-quarters iu 1:20. yeiiglieo Three-quarters in 1:17.

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