Superstition Makes it Three Straight: Eight-Year-Old Son of Aldine Wins Again at Laurel-Ei Oros Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1913-10-18

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; I SUPERSTITION MAKES IT THREE STRAIGHT. Eight-Year-Old Son of Aldine Wins Again at Laurel El Oros Handicap. Baltimore, Md., October 17. Two of the six races at Laurel this aftcnioon were handicaps, one being a dash of five and a half furlongs for two-year-olds, and the other for all ages at one mile and a sixteenth. Both races furnished good contests. The Carman stable furnished the winner in the juvenile race in Surprising, which beat Gainer a scant length. Gainer carried 125 pounds and was conceding weight to everything in the race. Outpaced in the early stages, he closed gamely and forced Rightmire to go to the whip on Surprising in the last sixteenth. El Oro came from behind in the mile and a sixteenth handicap to win going away by a length and a half. Tlie contest for second aud third places was spectacular, noses separating the three horses oehind the winner. Superstition scored his third straight victory of the meeting when he easily won .he second race. There were nineteen carded aud thirteen of them were withdrawn. Superstition dashed to the front when the start came and was lever headed. Flammarion broke down in the .ace aud Nathan dismounted, while the favorite. Little Jupiter, came back to the judges stand decidedly lame. Corey, who had the mount on Sepulveda in tlie fourth race, was suspended for the rest of the meeting for rough riding. On the lirst turn Corey took Sepulveda to the inside aud knocked Working Lad and John Keardon against the fence. lu the uiixup Working Lad all hut fell. Rcdpath was the only winner bid up during the afternoon. He was run up 00 over his entered price of 00 by It. F. Carman aud was retained by Ills owner, 1. Ford. Lord Wells came out of his last race lame and it may be some time before he is again seen under tolors. James Butler returned from Kentucky today aud was at the track. He will probably remain until the close of the meeting. J. Simon Healy has gone to New York with Captain E. B. Cassatts lilly Flying Fairy to start her in the Piping Uock Oaks tomorrow. She will be ridden by Tommy Davies, the regular stable jockey. Tommy Wright, the skilful Baltimore amateur rider, left for New York tonight. He will ride Uock Abbey aud llcrculoid at Piping Rock tomorrow. Recent work-outs, over the-.Laurel track were as follows: Adauis Express Five-eighths in 1:01.. All Gold Half mile in 4!. Americus Three-eighths in 41. Aviator Half mile in 50. Billy Vanderveer Three-quarters in 1:17. Bob B. Seven-eighths in l::U. Camellia Three-quarters in 1:1C. ChemuliK Seven-eighths in 1:30. Chester Kruin Mile in 1:547. Chief Magistrate Three-quarters hi 1:1S. Cliff Stream Half mile in 51. Dombra Five-eighths in 1:03. Duke Hal Half mile in 51. Flamma Mile and a quarter in 2:18. Flask Five-eighths in 1:02. Frederick L. Five-eighths in 1:0.!. Fred Mulholland Five-eighths In 1:07. Gainer Three-quarters in 1:15. Gallop Three-quarters in 1:17. Greenbrae Half mile in 52. Gregg Three-quarters in 1:15. Guy Fisher Mile in 1:10. Hedge Mile in 1:40. Hill Stream Half mile in 54. Holiday Half mile in 57-. llomecrest Three-quarters in 1:22. Ivabel Half mile In 52. Juaquiu Five-eighths in 1:00. Leunie D. Five-eighths in 1:01. Lochiel Three-quarters in 1:17. Mary Warren Five-eighths in 1:03 and. Melville Five-eighths in 1:05. Michael Angelo Three-quarters in 1:21. Napier Mile in 1:44. Pardner Three-quarters in 1:21. Patty Began Half mile in 50. Perth Uock Five-eighths in 1:03. Pomette Bleu Five-eighths in 1:04. Princess Industry Three-quarters in 1:17. Itingling Three-quarters in 1:10. Boamer Three-quarters in 1:10. Boyal Meteor Three-quarters in 1:21. Ituhy Ilyams Three-quarters in 1:24. Sir John Johnson Three-quarters in 1:19. Spearhead Three-eighths in 39. Spring Board Five-eighths in 1:07. Star Gift Seven-eighths in 1:29. Strenuous Five-eighths in 1:03. Tactics Three-quarters in 1:18. Thelnia J. Five-eighths in l:Oh The Spirit Half mile in 49. Tow ton Field Mile in 1:45. Under Cover Three-quarters in 1:22. Unfurl Five-eighths in 1:04. Volthorpe Mile in 1:50. Water Lady Five-eighths in 1:03. Yellow Eyes Mile In 1:47. " i .

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