Reduces Latonia Record: G. M. Hendries Great Britain, in Superb Form, Runs Mile in 1:37 1/2, Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-16


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REDUCES LATOMA RECORD . O. M. HENBRIES GREAT BRITAIN, IN SUPERB EORM. BUNS MILE IN 1:37%. i Days Results at Kentucky Track Highly Fcrrr.ful, I RinV. llif da Being Only Favorite That Fails to Score. 1 Cincinnati, O.. .Tune 15. — George M. Heudries good borne, liri.i; Britain, rmn to ins best form lids l ; ufteruoun when in- wua tin- iiiilc handicap .-it l.aionia. well in hand, over Black Tuaej and Duuerail ..: in,- iisi linn- of 1:37%, r«- I mii iji the former I i-.i. U nl 1 ::;s. In Id jointly by Sir Moon, i.i ii.-uii t and Tom Hayward. Great Britain was ; ,,: enting much weight to the other starters, imi • • tu public betd bim to I"- able !• do it am] ae-cordiogl- ;;nr him tbeir support. Mi- was restrained [ ii the Ural ids furlongs ami when called on went readily into the lead and held Black Toney safe throughout the final drive. Black Toney al -i raced I to bis beat form and made an excellent showing, tor be was crowded back al the atari ami stumbled I liortlj afterwards, but reeo-ered quickly ami became an active eotiteuder at once. tin daya result* wen- more fonaful than for « i considerable hum-. Fire lirsi choices aeored and I t:,;i. brigade, favorite for the dosing dash, would I bate made h cieau sweep tail for Incompetent handling that prevented bim from beating Ueurge Stoll and Oval ion. .1. s. llawkin- scored ■ double daring the afternoon, wiili George Stoll and his good colt Ciialm rs. The latter wis making his Iral atari alnce |l! injur] al Churchill Downs and won by as far as liis , rider pleased, lie will be a starter in the Harold i Stakes, in which he will meet the redoubtable Lake. i. if. Evans good-looking Boadmaster hail mat-i ra uiiH-ii hla larn way in the second race and I -..hi aanl held, Cbucooette being the runner ii| . Autdor placed the Brsl purae to William ;i-rsts J . n, i, iii ,-.i this meeting when he led home a hand ■ of platers In the third race. Emerson Cochran , ;| iwcd himself to be better than ordinary when h - romped home Brat in the tilth race, lu which m g od vi uugster* met, Kancber taking second gd_ ;in,| M-n-airi H. third. There was sonic K jiidatiiin on the par: of Baneraon Cochran a - hackers, because of the colt having interfered with Margaret 1.. bat the stewards did not disturb the placing of the original linish. Boadmaster and Ala, lor. comprising the two-horse combination, paid 9.13. while Great Britain, timer* , ii Cochran and George Stoll paid the handsome s nn of 15.05 for . K. I. Carman shipped his racers east yesterday j One earkmd went to Saratoga, to be rested until the pening there, while the others will en-:-. ige iii Aqueduct racing. Phil Hyaaas racers, including Granite, and W. - :. Yankes stable, were shiped tonight to Butte, ■ Mont. Tiny will return to Kentucky after Hi" Anaconda meeting. .1. I.. Bhlnock was among todays visitors, having come fmsa New York. John Good, winner of the l.aionia Derby lasl I Saturday, showed mi ill effects from his race and d was on the track this morning as usual. John Gnnd, !. toustant and the others thai trainer "Jack" Bakei i training are joint l owned by Messrs. K. L. .. Baker, A. Baker and John McLaughlin of Lexington, i. iiul Messrs. .. C. Stone and Labe Phelps of I/mis i- ville. This qnintel of owners witnessed the Herby y i.i Saturday and were highly elated wiili John i : i:nd sin cos. Jockeys Neylon and Waldron, who | i mi I be moants rcspeetrrely on John Gnnd and Constant, i will divide 66 as t.n-ir ridhag fee. judge AUK1 Young, member of ihe Kentucky y State Racing Commission, announced today thai the ■niics Beautiful Bess and Sanannaa aa. which he re-,.,.|it!v ■- purchased from V. E. Phillips, will be •■ whipped to .1. N. Camdens Hartland Slnd in Versailles and there mated with Peter Quince. The cuter broodmares that Judge Young recently acquired wiil also be sent to Hartland Stud and mated d with Mr. Camdens choicest stallions. r K. Bradley suffered recently a loss :,t his Idle c Hour Farm by the death of the yearling sister to o Norma I.. The speculation ran to high figures this afternoon, i, the volume being the second besl of the meeting. The program hook for the next six days • t the e meeting was distributed this after—a. Pbe following were among the best work .in ts - j , Kti i- ! ij morning al l.aionia: Bail Prospect Three-eighths in 36% I.l.r/ Aw.iv — Three-etgliths in 40. Boiy Hill - Mile in !:4t. Charlotte Five-eighths in 1:02%. i beaterton Half mile in BSu llengro Pive i Ighths in 1:05. Dh parii. Three-eighths in 38%. ireal Britain Half mih- la 50. .i«.!ui ;. Weaver Pnree-elghths in ,17. Lorktsnd Mile in 1:45. Loudon Girl- Half mile in 17. Madcap Duchess Five-eighths in 1:0.1. Margaret D. Plve-eighths in 1:01,. l, rldian Klve ■ i-liihs in 1 :04%. Mobile Belle Three-quarters in 1:19. i Rellh Plve eighths in 1 :o::-.. Osapif Three quarters in 1 : is. Shoddy Half mile In 50%. Talebearer Pive-eighttis in 1:03%. V. rena Mile in 1 :51. V.i.lfs Baths- Pive-eightha in 141%, This morning the following work-outs took place: Armor -Half mile in 51. Beau Chilton Three-quarters in 1:18%. Ben Laaca Mile in l:4s. Cam Nome Mile In 1:43. .ip.illiia Plve-eighths in 1 :07. Dr. Carmen Five-eighths in 1:01%. i ,ri Degrei Tbree-eigbths in 3C, in Maiclimoni Mile in 1:44. c.uili Three-elghtha in 35%. Hortense Half mile in 40. Klngllng -Mile In l:t4"f,. I.,,nisi Paul Three-quarters in 1:1524. j nk«- Plve Ighths In 1:02. Manioc Plve-eighths in 1:05%. Martluoe Three eighths In ■: -.. Merrick Three-quarters in 1:18%. Moekler — Three-quartera in I :22%. Nannie McDee Mile in 1:45%. Beno Pive Ightbs In 1 :03. Star IKvan Five-eighths in 1:04. I iicle Ilarl -Half mil.- in 53.

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