Buckhorn Again a Winner: R. J. Mackenzies Good Sprinter Scores in Handicap at Latonia, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-24


view raw text

BUCKHOM AGAIN A WINNER R. J. MACKENZIES GOOD SPRINTER SCORES IN HANDICAP AT LATONIA. V Glcncairn, Good English Racer, Starting: in This Country for First Time, Shows Speed, but Fails to Stay Pcarce and Baker Score Double. Cincinnati. 0.. October 23. It. J. Mackenzies sturdy Buckhorn, eajialily Handled by J. Loftus, won the 700 six-furlong handicap, in which he was conceding weight to some speedy sprinters this afternoon. Gipsv Love was second and Casuarina third. The latter was probably best at the weight assignments, but sustained a bad kick at the lost and suffered considerably from interference timing the running. Buckhorn, on the other hand, was free from bothersome happenings and benefited vastlv when the others were forced wide ou the strtecli turn as a result oi Orover Hughes attempting to run out. This enabled Buckhorn to nave much grouud and gave him the lead, which lie retained handily during the stretch drive. The early running was dominated by G rover Hughes, closely attended by Glencairu, a recent comer from Lngland and making his Initial start on an American course. Boti. retired in the stretch. The English representative was probably a bit short. He Is a striking looking horse, by the American-owned Epsom Derby winner Orliy. and probably will show to better advantage in future starts. Itoyal Tea was in an all-aged held, the llrst of these races" run this season ou tins track and lie scored handily over Luria and Salon, with the favorite, toy Boy, finishing in the ruck, .loe Deibold had as opKsitlou some useful platers, including Reno and Bculah S., both of which ran in decidedly poor form and brought up distantly at the finish. Houise rani gave Joe Deibold a strong argument and, with a stouter rider, would have reversed, the outcome. Two claims for Louise Iaul were lodged after the finish and V. Walker became her owner for ,020. learce and Raker filed the other claim. 1. M. Civills Mockery, favorite for the fifth race, just managed to get up in the last stride to take the purse from Robert Kay. The opening dash went to Cardigan, grouped in the field, but stoutly backed. In contrast to Ruckhorns good performance, was that of his stablemate. Sea Shell, in the preceding race, which engaged some fairly useful juveniles at Jive and a hajf furlongs. Sea Shell Hashed in front momentarily at the start, but in a twinkling she A-as relegated to last place and trailed hopelessly io the finish. She appeared decidedly sore while jJrgniuK to the post, and ran in keeping with her con-. m illtion. The bettiug indicated that the new comer, Ormulu. was a "good thing." but in the running she did not figure extensively until right at the end. when she outgamed Amazon for third money. Filigree had all her speed with her this afternoon, and going Into the lead at the beginning, showed the war for the entire trip. The learce Raker establishmnt scored another double when Royal Tea and Joe Deibold won their respective races. Roth were subjected to a 00 runup over an entered price of 00 ami 00 respectively. The bidder in each instance was a representative of the W. L. Lewis establishment, who retaliated for the runups of Expectation and First Degree. Todays visitors included Capt. James H. Rees, former well-known racing otlicial. Recently he received from II. D. Brown a courteous invitation to serve as the presiding oilicial for the Havana meeting this winter. Captain Rees extensive business requires his constant attention and for that reason he reluctantly declined the proffer. "I should very well have liked to spend the winter in Havana and I predict that the meeting there will be a great success, but my business requires my constant attention and I was forced to decline Mr. Browns oiler. I greatly appreciate Mr. Browns compliment of inviting me to servo as the chief official of his meeting and I have written and thanked him for it in addition to expressing my regret over my inability to serve." James S. Kverman has decided to campaign a string of horses during the winter and will ship his consignment to Charleston at the close of Latonia racin . "il. Chenault and R. L. Raker arrived from Lexington today to remain until the close of the yearling snles next week. The remains of Frank 15. Rcspess, why died yesterday in Ruffalo, arrived this morning ami were conveved to the home of ?l R. Respess. The deceased will be buried tomorrow from the Elks Temple in Covington and interment will be in the fanily lnirial plot at Independence, Ky. The program Iook for the first six days of the Juarez meeting was distributed to owners here this afternoon. , . . , , Eugene Elrod. who is m charge of the special iraln that will convey the horsemen and their stables to Juarez, has received numerous applications for saee on the train. J. V. Fuller, whose horses have been campaigning on the Kentucky circuit this fall, was among todays visitors and will remain until the close. Cardigan and I.oyal Tea, winners of the two-horse combination, yielded 23.80, while Buck-horn. Mockery and Joe Deibold paid 42.7u m the three-horse. W. G. Vanke is so far undecided as to where he will race during the winter, but will likely decide to ship his string to Charleston for the meeting which logins there Dec. 2. Frank J. Bruen has had numerous requests tor stall room at the South Carolina track and the indications are that a goodly number of others will ship there from Latonia. The following were among the work-outs this morning over the fast track at Latonia: Almeda Lawrence Five-eighths in 1:037.-,. Any Iort Half mile in 51. Rack Ray Five and one-half furlongs in 1:09. Rraektown Belle Mile in 1:40. Disparitv Five-eighths in 1:05. Dorothv Dean Three-quarters in 1:10. P. a-. Woigle Three-quarters in 1:1S. Cilny Three-quarters in 1:18. Harbard Five and one-half furlongs in 1:00. Helen Barbee Five-eighths in 1:00. Hennuda Three-eighths in 37. .Tack Carey Mile in 1:44. Kilday Mile in 1:45. . La Mode Three-quarters m 1:1Sand. IIf Jr. Three-eighths in ."9"-... Prince Hennls Three-eighths in 40. Ouartermaster Three-eighths in 30. Rov Three-quarters in 1:22. Sollv Half mile in 47. Sosius Five-eighths In 1:02S4. Star McGee Throe-quarters in 1:17. Theresa Bethel Three-quarters in 1:10. Yenguet Three-quarters in 1:10.

Persistent Link: https://drf.uky.edu/catalog/1910s/drf1914102401/drf1914102401_1_2
Local Identifier: drf1914102401_1_2
Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800