Winning Witchs Stake: Good Mare in Webber and Wards Stable Wins Douglas Park Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-04

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WINNING WITCHS STAKE C-OOP. WARE IN WEBBER and WARDS STABLE WINS DOUGLAS PARK FEATURE. Attractive Card Serves to Brine? Race-Goers Out in Force at Louisville Track — Sclar Star Also Scores for V/eber and Ward. Louisville. By., .him- .:. Tin- gaud raid, nf seven t.-ni- featured by the Sp. culal ton Stakes, one unhand ;i sixteenth, brought oul the lull strength III Nice goers today ; 1 1 1 • I g.t.c In Douglas 1all. :l ii l l l.l :• li|.t-.i t :i il i . I lie betting SCtlVlty V:ls also mil :imil nearly 111 t.v per rent over preceding da.s in.-- week. l in- racing w.-is Intf renting and tie inn In - muse. i ii.-ii sterling mare, Winning Witch, wan another i ..i.. .i-• : ii when slic gut mini.- in ih.- feature i.Hi hj H mini margin after ■ furious drive. I i. Bulsh in this race was particularly close. Win long 11. Ii. * " r - ..iii anil Samuel B. Mi-ji-1 landtag I. m1 apart, i; .■■ diminutive Diahasow, mi the win uer, rose an exceptionally good raee. Be also t bowed apod skill in landing Cubic winner |. ■ none in tin- closing race over Uoldeu Treasure, .in u In ii I.. Martin bad iln liioiim. s.iniiKi K. Herer was profaabl best in todays race, but Obeft ii I bad Judgment in punishing liim severely and . n. iii aim !•■ ti i ii h. As soon .-is in- allowed biui to tae • un ins own courage, be came with ■ let- lilie nisli .mil i lnseil :i:i iuuiien e gap. The slakes was worth 61,8311 Int til llie winner. 1 In- i in r and Ward establfadiuient Made it n double lor the afternoon bj the victory of Botar Star in tbe mile ami :iu eigth bandieaii loihtwing the stake. The winner .-.11111 right back after bin lih.hI showing iii tin- Kentucky Handicap and hd fox the entile trip, with Doaerail following him ntost 1 . letj thniliglwMir Strong landed in third place :iinl might h.-ive been dangerous mid Martin gtveu i .,n :i more energetic ride. I.. K. Bradley n ttayoerry Candle showed a g".Mi |n 1 formal lee in wiunlug the third raee. but the v.c toxy was a costly one for her owner, of he had tu pay ,003, tin- amount she was bid up over .111 entered price of si. mm, b retain her. .1. I men .11,1 di.l iiie bidding. The Bradley stable also Aim-i a hard race when Bushy Head [oal the sixth ■ 1.11 1 111 the last stride tu Lady Errant. fV Aj a result nl tudayM ,905 runu|i then- are - uim i.-nt funds in tin- advance Belling fund for an extra raee and it will lie eardeil next Saturday. the eloping day. It will be fur three-year -olds and over. .11 one mile and a sixteenth. Jockey J. Henry was suspended for five days b] I in- fur liuili riibiiLV in the lirst race, Howard was suspended lor the remainder of the meeting. Ihe iwiiimise comlnbatlon, coosisting of Bay-berry Candle and AVinirii: Witch, yielded 4..»o for . Botar Star. Lady I-.irant and Juide Insl. the t line -Ikii se combination, paid for . Speaker lark, in J. . Calm- stable, met with a -eiiinis injury thjt ■MWWuag and was destroyed. ■enteral Manager John Hachaat Inter received ad-iies today from track superintendent .T0I111 Kee-gaa thai the many improvements t. the [ilant at l.aiouia had been completed and that everything would be in thiiriniKli readiness for the opening next Moinlflv. II. C. Applegate, part owner at old Boaebwd. has received adviivs from trainer frank Weir that Hie nature of old Kns buds Injuries has not been fully determined and thai it may not he as seii.iis ns at lirst reported. The cult will, however, he ■riven 1 rest wiih a view to bringing him hack hi his form. The program hook for the lirst seven days of the meeting was distributed to horsemen this afternoon. The conditions of the raees are 1- divcm Mb1 d as in afford abundant opportunity for all classes ..: boraeu. There will he .1 paddock sale next .Saturday at which Mary Ann K.. Alkanet, Misty Morn. Defy, lllonde Texas Toiiiuiie. Thomas Callawav. Eiderdown .-mil Elsie Wan- will In- disposed of. Garret l». WU ■ecretary of the Kentucky association, was among todays visitors from Lexington. .1 «. Milam will ship his ctrhkg of racers to I.atonia next Monday. Several other owners will lime in defer Rhipmenl uniil then on aeioiiut of a shairtage of ears. .1. If. Caiuibus inn lime crack. Helios, has gone hopelessly wrong and will be shipped to the Haiti. mil Stiui at Versailles, Kv.. to mum in the iMtcious padikiks there for the rest of his life. Trainer Jack Keeoe -hi ped with Helios the two year-old brown 111] by oddfellow -Trent. The i-e-ni:i imli r nf the Camden hmses. in charge of trainer K-eiie. will be seiil In I.ilniiii net Sunday. Mr. c. milieus crack juvenile, Luke, will be a starter in the rich Great Trial Stakes to be decided mxt Saturday . Trainer Cliff llammon will ship a part of the K. B. Bradley stable to Latonla tomorrow. The rest ..I Hi.- stable will go next Sunday. llie following were among the best work-oats thi- morning over the local track*: At Douglas Park. Barnard Three-qnartera in 1:15%, Ibimie Kelso Half mile in BO%. Charley McFerran Five-eighths la 1 :»*%. C.-iio live eighths ill 1:05. 1 ii in I im • quarters in 1 :1ft. Hawtnorn Three-quarters in 1:15. i n •■ Three quarters in 1 :I7--.. Marion G « sby Three elghtha in ■ " . Meridian Ihree ipiai tils in 1:18%. Cii Jr. Five eighths in 1 :pi - ,. Quartermaster hive-eifrbths in 1:02. Ranger Five-eighth 1 in 1 :ol -... imiIiii I Ive eiuhil.s in 1 :il2. Wnlfs Baths five , i-htl.- in 1 :I2. At Churchill Downs. i Wonnwood Three .iiiiit h- in 3t%. Bad Ir.ispeei Hall mile in t.i --.. Bell II. use Mile 111 1:40%. Helhn Three-quarters in 1:U. r..i iiiinli in Three-eighths in 38%. i:..h Hill -Half mile In 50 . i balinerti Flv ehtlitbs In 1 :**:4:.. |:i"ii. tie Mil.- and an eighth In 2:01 t.iiii in Three ipiarlers in J :lt; Gallej Slave Mill in 1:45%. linle Beaa Three-quarters in 1:17. aflaa Declare Three eighths In 3ft l..bile Belle Three quarters in 1:18% M..IM- Maker Half mile in 53%. O Ha ran fim •■ figliths in :«%, UBeillj Three-eighth* in 39%. Thri • quartet - in 1 :17%. %BiMistei 1 n.ita Half n ■ ili- in IM. The Cinder Tlin ecpiarters in 1 17. Trans Miller — Three-quarten in 1 : 17.

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