Results Again Formful: First and Second Choices Make Clean Sweep of Latonia Card, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-31


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RESULTS AGAIN FOfiMFUL FIRST AND SECOND CHOICES MAKE CLEAN SWEEP OF LATONIA CARD. Bringhurst Carries 118 Pounds to an Impressive Victory in Sprinting Handicap Bello of Bryn Mawr a Repeater. Cincinnati, 0., October 30. In contrast to yesterday, wlien outsiders won most of tlie purses, fav t-iti-s and second choices monopolized todays list of winners at Latonia. The finishes were extremely close, and line weather prevailing, the his crowd in attendance enjoyed the sport greatly. Big tields were again the rule, except in the six-furlong handicap and the mile allowance race. Both of these races engaged some good performers aud resulted in keen contests. The handicap was won lr- Senator J. X. Camdens Bringhurst in decisive la ihiou over Lecehares and Casuariua, the latter a stable companion of Bringhurst. The winner carried 118 pounds, handled his impost with ease, dominated the running from the start, easily withstood Leochares bid in the stretch and ran the six furlongs in 1:11, the fastest time of the present meeting. Mrs. J. Shillings Hello of Bryn Mawr, which had scored in her previous start, again made good when she tock the mile allowance race from a good band that included Cliristophiue aud Luther among the starters. Luther was the choice for the race, with the Shilling iilly next in demand. Gross kept the latter in close pursuit of Luther until straightened out for the stretch drive, when she passed into the lead, and thereafter held Christophine safe. The latter would probably have wen but for sharp interference encountered when moving up near the three-furlong post. The mishap forced her back to last place and she had to go around the others. After the finish she was worked out an additional three furlongs in preparation for the Latonia Cup. She was limed separately the mile and three furlongs In 2:20. The talent began in line style when Flossie Crocket, favorite in the oener, galloped home in advance of eleven other maiden fillies that eon-tested the race with her. Thesiorcs, which suffered extensive interference in a former start, came right back with a good showing and got up to beat Oak--,Lin.i in .tkftjnst stride of the second race. -Cardigan showed himself a better colt than credited when he won the third in easy style after coming from far back in the last quarter. Theresa Bethel showed I r.-gh speed in tills race and might have lasted but J for getting tho better of the diminutive Smyth while on her way to the post and galloping a stiff quarter. She ran today in the intcrst of O. B. Anderson. The closing race, in which thirteen started, was run in semi-darkness and was marked by a thrilling finish, Bonnie Eloise getting up in tho last stride to beat Billows, with Charley McFerran third. Secretary Magiun has provided for tomorrow an excellent card of seven races, with the Autumn Selling Stakes as the feature. On account of the seven races, post time for the opening dash will lie 1:30 p. m. sharp, thirty minutes earlier than formerly. Hossie Crocket and Thesieres. the successful two-horse combination, yielded 20.35 for . Brins-hurst. Belle of Bryn Mawr and Bonnie Eloise, the three-horse, paid its backers S3S.G5. Jockey Andress was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by starter Morrissey for disobedience at the iKst in the fourth race while astride Water-bass. Charles Lansdale, one of the directors of thq Havana track, was an arrival today from Laurel. He reports that eastern interest in the Havana meeting is keen and that many owners will ship to Charleston to engage in tin? racing there during December and biter transfer their operations to the Cuban capital. II. I. Brown, general manager of the Havana track, will arrive here November 3. Cnited Slates Congressman Arthur B. Bouse, formerly secretary of the Kentucky State Bacing Commission, was among todays visitors and took a keen interest in the racing. W. J. Young has decided not to race any horses this winter and will ship his consignment to Lexington at the close of racing here. Mr. Young has live yearlings, of winch he thinks highly, and for which he has received llatterlug offers. He will devote his time this winter to their early lessons in racing. A. L. Kirby has purchased for his own account the yearling lillies by Dick Welles Ladv Martha and Dick Welles Winter, which he will take with the Respess consignment to Juarez to race. Francis J. Tons stated today that Judge Wright is again showing indications of training on and that he will be sent here to James S. Evermau, who will take him to Charleston. It is the only horse that Mr. Tons will race this winter, he having leased Font, Grazelle and Armor to John Paul some time ago. William Northey will depart tomorrow night for Iimlico. where he will remain several days to note the operations of the inntuels at that track. Ceorge It. Semi. J. C. Hanson, Capt. J. T. "Williams. W. I. Beed and J. M. Goode made applications today for stall room at the Charleston track and also reservations on the special train which will leave Iatonia for Charleston Nov. 10. The following were among the work:outs thi-morning at Latonia: Bolala Three-eighths in ;;. Col. Tom Creen Five-eighths in 1:0S. Erin Mile in 1:42-. Foxy Grilf Five-eighths in Furlong Three-eighths in 40?-.. Goldcrest Girl Mile In 1:43,. Hocnlr Half mile in 492-,. Hodgt Three-quarters in 1:14. Impression Mile in 1:455. Mockery -Mile in 1:4.V4C Xastasia Three-quarters in 1:19. Othello Five-eighths in 1:0."- Presumption Five-eighths in 1:02. Sandstone Mile in l:4::fc. Sehago Three-quarters in 1:10. Spindle Five-eighths in 1 :and. Stout Heart Half mile in 52. Svrian Three-"iiarters In 1:17 TUHes Nightmare Three-quarters in 1:17. Wllhite Half mile in 4S.

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