Makes a Good Beginning: Burlingame Returns to Saddle and Pilots His Only Mount to Victory, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-10


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MAKES A GOOD BEGINNING BURLINGAME RETURNS TO SADDLE AND PILOTS HIS ONLY MOUNT TO VICTORY. Beys Skill Proves Deciding Factor in Success of Honocacy in Feature Race at Palmetto Park Ladies Day Sees Big Crowd at Track. Charleston, S. C, .January .. Todays racing was t i" iiost spectacular that race-goers witnessed at Piln.itto Park in some time. All the finishes wore i s ami the contenders were driving hard during 1 .e liaal furlong. The halmy weather brought oui :in Immense throng or ladies, who took advantage f the managements invitation to view the sport. . eluding Lillian Russell, who declared off her maii-i . I rtonnanee to go racing. The handicap at vin furl. ugs. which featured tile card, went to y!,n:c.ic. 1j the shortest of margins with the favorite, Ella Ilr.vsoii, in second place and L. II. dstir bird. Rurlingamc. who was severely injured .. i weeks ago by a fall from Warbler, signai-17. 1 ills return to the saddle by giving Mouocncy s? Mit :";:. l ride and Ills victory v:s in the main !-: to the jockeys skilful horsemanship. Ella It y:on was best, but lier rider, Rightinire, blundered several times and it cost It. F. Carman the puree. Lady Lightning, quoted at long odds, showed sud-Ui a?M n-.iiked iiuproyvmcnt in winning the live ai. I a h;:!r furlongs haudica;... In recent starts, thrs Reihvcll mare had been a distant trailer ia ra iiv ordinary company. Today she stood the 1 drive in game fashion ami finished half a b i,tu in advance of Luna, Use lavorite. Caller Oil. sr i illt i:T: ti "good thins" that failed in a former M.i.t, made good Uiis afternoon by winning quite ii;u:.hy over Stellata. Ir. Jackson, at odds-on. sc red handily over a had lot in the third and a id ti e finish changed ownership. .1. W. Iledrick. w!: , Troy Weight was second, bidding him up -. -i an e.iTered price of 00 to 00. at wliich !?" lie became Ids owner. O . that were bid up during the afternoon were I... v lia-Uing. which was advanced from an en-n.t 1 re ol to!.-., and Moimeacv ad v:i! i .ic. over his entered price of SI.COo. Roth were r tani d by their respective owners-. I "i y Horn was among todays arrivals from bi ag . S. Levy of New York." also got i:: this ik ii rniij,. ;ri;;g Coon has lveon turned over to Kimball 1 tte.s i, who has in training tlie other horses that r. e Uiiiier the nom tie course of Mr. Earl. 11 :gh Penny leaves for Norfolk tomorrow to look ji.u" the ihiee-year-old Ierth Rock and a colt by l r-lts Edward that were left over at Hie Jainos-1 :-.! Jockey Clubs track. The tiring irons were v.- ifd to Perth Rocks ankles at the conclusion of Le cvfnik meeting and he is said to lie going h.:.s s iii;lly again. I- II. Italian, who is connected with the Mary-IjMiit Sttte Fair Association, returneil to Laurel ;-nielli. Mr. Dallam is sanguine at to the racing si ;ul in Maryland and looks for no adverse 1 ;: -d.uiim at Annapolis this spring. Mcliride today purchased the three-vcar-ohl 5?, Tiler.

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