Track Record is Equalled: Helen Barbee Runs Mile in 1:37 3/5 over Douglas Park Course, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-01


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TRACK RECORD IS EQUALLED HELEN- BARBEE HUNS MILE IN 1:37 OVER DOUGLAS BARK COURSE. Mackenzie Mare, in Superb Form Just Now, Scores Over Waterbass and Other Good Opposition Ed Crump Regains His Form. Louisville, Ky., September 30. The consistent and speedy Helen Barbee, from R. J. Mackenzies stable, showed the best performance of her career In the mile dash that featured the card of six races at Douglas Park this afternoon when she won in game fashion over Waterbass in the fast time of 1:37",. which equaled the track record made by Leochares. Dorothy Dean, Winning Witch and Lady Moonet, In addition to Helen liarbee and Waterbass, took part In the race and they all came in for much betting consideration. Winning Witch ruled a strong favorite on the srrongth of her good performances since her return from Saratoga. She ran in decidedly disappointing fashion and bad to be whipped out to outstay Lady Moonet for last place. Helen Barbee bad a slight advantage at the start and Gooses alertness enabled her to obtain a long lead before the half mile ground was readied. At this point Oojse gave her a breathing spell and it was well lie did, lor It saved the purse for her, as she just did manage to outstay the fast coming aterbass. Dorothy Dean finished a close up third. The handicap for luvenlles was taken by Ed Crump after a rousing stretch drive to dispose of Pif Jr. and Solly. The Schorr starter bad no mishaps todav and followed Solly closely to the stretch turn, where he passed Into the lead. lif Jr. suffered some interference Immediately after the start and closed a big gap. The disappointment of the race was Sea Shell, which trailed distantly all the way. The judges were not satislied with the ride that Teaban gave the Ally and trainer Jack Adkins likewise expressed his displeasure with the riders handling. Teaban was Interrogated by the officials, but no action was announced. T. C. McDowells good Ally. Waterblossom, mak-iug her initial start since the spring meeting .it Churchill Downs, succumbed in the opener by a narrow mjugin to Vogue and Aunt Josie. There t was a long delay at "thc-start due to Filigrees fraetlousness and thbT affectedthe"McnoweU, fllbv as wiH as Filigree. It is almost certain that Waterblossom will reverse the outcome with the two that led her to the linisli this afternoon. Berinudlan, making his first start since his return from the iutermouutaln circuit, galloped home a handy winner in the second race, for which he was the favorite. The Reach, at good odds, took second place and Sureget was third. Mrs. J. Shilliug won her first purse of the meeting when Well Known beat an ordinary lot In the fifth race. The closing dasli went to Mary Ann K on which Obosehad the mount and it marked the third success for that rider during the afternoon. Vogue and Bermudian, the winners of the two-horse combination, paid 0.25. The field players profited to the extent of each by the failure of any one to name Helen Barbee. Well Known and 31nry Ann K. in the three-horse combination. The Jefferson Livingston consignment of English racers had not reached the Downs up to a late hour this evening, but it is expected they will get here some, time tonight. Jockey Neylon, who has been showing poor riding form of late, will take a rest for the remainder of the meeting. Ho will be succeeded by Metcalf as the Livingston rider for the time being. U. B. Daniels bought today from J. B. Respess the two-year-olds Commissioner and Loftus. W. G. Yanke and J. B. Respess have secured first and second call, respectively, on jockev I-. Murphys services for the remainder of the Kcntuekv season! T. J. Brown left tonight for Richmond, Va., where be will do the starting and assist in the secretarys office during the six-day meeting beginning there October G. G. M. Hendrles erack Great Britain was seen In a fast trial this morning at Churchill Downs, preliminary to Ills engagement in tiie Louisville Cup at Douglas Park Saturday. The following were among this mornings workouts at Douglas Park: Ask Ma Three-quarters in 1:19. Ilainlwo Five-eighths in 1:04. Booker Bill Half mile in fiO. Busy Three-quarters In 1:19. Chilton King Three-quarters In 1:17. Curlicue Five-eighths in 1:04. Geo. Roesch Three-quarters in 1:17. Gipsy Love Three-eighths in 35-t. Hawthorn Half mile in 51. Helen RaylKJiild Half mile in 49. Hennuda Half mile in 50Jf.. Injury Three-quarters in 1:19. Ken Half mile in .12. Lady London Half mile In 52. Mac .Mile in 1:47. Menlo Park Half mile in ."0. Oda May Three-quarters in 1:18. Reno Three-eighths in 37. Roy Mile in 1:51. Sun Queen Three-quarters in 1:17. Toy Boy Three-quarters in 1:17. Yeughee Three-quarters in 1:25.

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