Another Disagreeable Day in South: Charleston Race-Goers Face Combination of Rain, Snow, Slect and Hail-Brynlimahs Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-22


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ANOTHER DISAGREEABLE DAY IN SOUTH. Charleston Race-Goers Face Combination of Rain, Snow, Sleet and Hail Brynlimahs Handicap. Charleston. S. C March 21. A combination of weather that included snow, sleet, hail and rain prevailed here todav, and put a damper on the sport iit Palmetto Park. Only the most hardened of the regulars visited the track, but betting remained of good volume. As a result of the copious drenchiii:; it received, the course just suited the mud runners. The talent fared better this afternoon than on any former day this week, for they succeeded in selecting four winners. The mile and a sixteenth handicap that served as the feature brought out a fairly good field ami resulted in victory for Brynlimah by a short margin over Sleeth, with Good Day leading the others for third place. J. AA. lledrick, Jr. and I. M. Hedrlek were represented in the race by Czar Michael and Carlton G., respectively, but their horses ran couple! as an entrv. Formerly starters in these interests when running in the same races were backed individually, but the victory of the most lightly regarded "contender, which occurred repeatedly, was unsatisfactory to the public as well as the layers and as they are all under the care of the same trainer, the western rule of coupling the starters was put into effect this afternoon. . The outstanding upset developed in the opening dash when Page AVhite. one of the lirst of Sam s get in Kentucky, romped home an easy winner over Jesse Jr., with the intended "good thing, Tetan in third place. Barney Schreiber, who bred the winner, witnessed the race and had a modest wager on the colt at long odds. . After the finish B. C. Evans, represented in the race by Peacock, claimed Gaty Fallen.

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