Manager Waite Winner: McDowell Two-Year-Old Finally Gets Chance to Show His Merit, Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-16


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MANAGER WAITE WINNER Mcdowell two-year-old finally gets chance to show his merit. Wins Race from Good Opposition in Fast Time at Churchill Downs — David Craig. Good Three-Year-Old in Schorrs Stable, Wins Again. Louisville. Ky.. May 15. — Small and well balanced fields were the order this afternoon at Churchill Downs and. conditions being ideal for the sport, accounted tor the presence a| the course o a surprisingly large attendance. Speculation was agaia nl huge proportions. Three of the osTeriags were for i wo year -olds and furnished rattling contests. The feature was an allowance race .it on,, mile. which brought together, among others, .1. W. Schorrs crack David Craig and .1. C. Rodgers Dr. Samuel. David Craig ruled favorite, with Dr. Samuel held only alightl] less iu esteem, hut when it came to the running, David Craig showed him •-1 1 rastlj superior. Neylons perfect handling of rbe •■•iii was in no mean degree a achat in his victory. Hr. Samuel, oa the other nam!, was given a bungling rah and io showing tins afternoon was far below bis previous good efforts. I. C McDowells crack colt. Manager Watte, which sb..weii io poor idvaatage in the Basbford Man r Stakes because of the faulty handling he received from Jockey Martin en that occasion, raced ibis afternoon la brinaal fashion ami connrmed bis supporters contention lhat he is a high-class colt, when In- won in rather handy style in the fast time of 53 equaling Lukes time perform nine iii the Bashford Manor Slakes. He. Canaan, which lauded third in the last-named stake. gave Hie M.-KoWell colt BtabbS-U contention this afternoon and landed in second place. with Superhuman third. Star Shooter ran disappointingly and is probably sot as good as at first proclaimed. A marring incident developed in the second race when O rover Hughes, an overwhelming choice, failed to get any portion of the purse because of having la en virtually left at the post. Starter Morrissey made the mistake of thinking his tield was straight Wh .1 in- called to tlie riders -come on." An iu stant later. Bebago effectively blocked Orover Hughes and prevented him from breaking. Sebago, 1 hough somewhat bothered at the start himself, w.i- eiiuil enough to win the race from Korfhage after a sharp drive, with Miss Thorpe third. Grover Hughes went after his company in game fashion and but for being forced to lose much ground during the running would have headed Miss Thorpe for third place. .lames Butlers Gypsy was the favored one in the opener and she won bandsomel] enough, wilh Lady Mexican leading Sweetheart sue for second place. George I. Long won his lirst purse of the season when Len ore, ridden by the veteran Dave Nieoi, brought up in advance Of the others in the dash for maiden two-year-old tidies. Lady Jane Grey was considered likeliest by the speculators, but after running prominently until the last seventy yards. she was beaten out of placing by Best Bib and Tucker and Gertrude B. W. Ii. Baker also broke into tlie winning ranks when his frequent disappointment, White Wool, beat a good band of platers in Ihe closing dash, lor which Spindle was the favorite. .Im key Nov Ion was again the riding star, with two victories, two secnud and a third. Since his return to the saddle. Ihe Livingston rider has put vim in bis work and horsemen who have observed his riding closely unhesitatingly place him among the in -. 1 rank of present day riders. I. C. Cambell. who has charge of two of the priacip—] I healers in New Orleans and who has been enjoying the racing here since the opening, has forwarded Senator Davis, at Baton Rouge. La., a panoramic view of Derby Day here and numerous other photographs depicting scenes of the racing and attending Incidents. The pictures are Intended to lie circulated among the legislators iu Louisiana to refute statements that racing is a country-wide dead issue and that the patronage of the different tracks is of small proportions. Last Coin, the crack colt in James Rut leis stable. is mi the retired list for the present, due to having developed a so lint. The injury kept the colt out of the Bashford Manor Stakes. Garret D. Wilson, secretary of the Kentucky Association course, was among todays visitors. Seeret.irv l-.dward Maginn of the Douglas Park ami Latonia tracks is reported ill ai his home in SI. Louis, hut is expected to be fitllv recovered in lime to assume his Douglas Park duties. Jockeys Turner, Byrne, Neyloa, McCabe, Marco. Deronde and Wools are among the riders here who will go to Helm. nil Park lor the racing there. One of the best fields in years is expected to make Ihe cont-st in the Clark Handicap, featuring tomorrows card. The owner of Hodge has announced that In- will be a positive starter ill this race. The following were among the work-oat this morning over the Churchill Downs track Borel Four and one half furlongs in 57. loldea Treasure five eighths in 1 : «». Goweil Mile in 1:4_:-.. Guide lost -Five-ei-blhs in 1:03%. Hawthorn Five-eighths in 1:01%. II dge Mile in 1:44. Hortense Mile in 1 : 15. James Dockery Three-quarters in 1:20%. Led] Charcot— Mile in 1 :43%. List Fortune- Seven eighths in 1 ::o . Mac— Tbr tuarters in 1:17. Magnet Three eighths in 38. Martha Lee -Four and one half furlongs in 57. 1 Hd Hen Hall mile iu 50. Pajaroita — Five-eighths in 1:05%. Italph Three-eighths iu 38%. Raoul Mile in 1 :45. 1: Iiv- eighths iu 1 :ir: - ,. Sam Him b Mile in 1:40. Sam MeMeekhJ Three-eighths in 35%. star Jasmine Half mile ill 50 . I . M . Green Three quarters in 117 Trojan Belle Live eighths iu 1 :oi .. WUhite Hull mile in 50. lliiirn Mile in 1:45%. l mil l"ive eighths in 1 £3%.

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