Tarts is Stake Winner: Talbott Filly Makes Auspicious Debut at Charleston after Long Rest, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-14


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TARTS IS STAKE WINNER TALBOTT FILLY MAKES AUSPICIOUS DEBUT AT CHARLESTON AFTER LONG REST. Has Best of Racing: Luck in Jasper Handicap and Beats Good Opposition Big Crowd Visits Palmetto Park. Charleston. S. C, December 1.!. J. O. Talbotts T:irls, a despised outsider in the betting, gave :i sparkling exhibition of speed and courage this after-noon when she won the Jasper Handicap at six furlongs from a good band of two and three-year-old sprinters. The locally-owned Charlestonian was the runner-up. with Brave Cunanler third. The trio of placed con tenders furnished a thrilling contest from Harrier vise to linish and racing luck was a decided factor h Tarts success. Both the second and third horses probably would have beaten her but for swinging wide on the last tuns. Tarts, on the other hand, ran close to tin? inner rail and the ground she thereby saved, enabled her to win. It was the lirst start by Tarts in a long time and the rate should improve her. CharlcsUmiun was conceding scab; weight to all the others and his performance stamped him as a high-class racer. Spirited racing was the order throughout.the afternoon and it proved immensely pleasing to the large and critical crowd in attendance. The handicap at one mile and seventy yards which followed the feature race resulted in a furious tin.sh. the entire tield of six being in cavalry alignment a furlong Irom the end. In the closing drive Star Actress managed to forge slightly in advance of the otlieis, with L. II. Adair second and John Furlong third. Another thrilling finish marked the closing dash when Mar-slum. IClwah and Colonel Ashmeade terminated the mile journey in the order named noses apart. Favorite followers experienced a disastrous day, as only one lirst choice. Coy, managed to score. She was at iirohibitive odds and justified it by winning as her rider pleased. After her victory .1. Cuddy bid her up X over her entered price and the stable retained her for . It developed after Golden Chimes bad showing in yesterdays lirst raee that the Carman colt was iu a bad way during the running and on his return to the stable showed a temperature of 104. He is suffering witli an intermittent fever that is going the rounds here. Ching Hare, manager of the Dufferin Park track i t Toronto. Out., departed tonight for his home to Kend the holidays. He will return later. Jockey Clarence Turner, who supiwsedly canto here to ride for M. C. Moore, contracted today to ride for Archie .iinnier. Continuous improvement in the matter of patronage is the daily rule here and this afternoons attendance was easily the best of the present season. Thirteen layers were in Hue and reportedlbusiness brisk. Al Muller and .lames Clarkson were visitors today from Jacksonville. Fla. Some creditable trials were noted this morning over the Palmetto Park track. Among the best wen?: Buzz Around Three-eighths iu iSHi. Czar Michael Half mile in 5O73. Karly Light Three-quarters In .1:20 If,. Ella Bryson Three-quarters iu 1:22. Kl Mahdi Five-eighths in 1:0.!. ;. M. Miller Three-quarters in 1:20. Joe Doilwld Three-quarters in 1:21. Joe SteinHalf mile in Til. John P. Nixon Half mile in 40. Jiuiqiiiu Three-quarters In 1:20. Kallnka Three-quarters in 1:1Jand. l.aee Three-quarters in 1:1!. Laura Five-eight lis in 1:04. Luria Three-quarters in 1 :20. NolIo-Fivo-cighths in 1:03. Palann.uin--Threc-cighths in 157. Prince Ilermis Five-eighths in 1:05. Qneed Three-quarters in 1:19. Uoyal Tea Three-quarters in 1:19. Rnby Hymns Five-eighths in 1:05. Sliackleton Three-quarters In 1:18. Yenghee Three-quarters iu 1 :21.

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