Robert Bradley Repeats: W. R. Mizells Gelding Makes New Track Record at Havre De Grace, Daily Racing Form, 1914-11-27


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ROBERT BRADLEY REPEATS 5 W. R; MIZELLS GELDING MAKES NEW TRACK RECORD AT HAVRE DE GRACE. i Buns Milo and an Eighth in 1:52 in Winning Stake , Feature, of Thanksgiving: Day Program Chupadero Clinches Steeplechase Championship. Baltimore, Mil., November 20. Robert Bradley, W. It. Mizells McGee gelding, came right back today with one of Ills good races and captured the Havre de Grace Handicap, the feature of the Thanksgiving Day card, from about the best field of handicap horses iu training. .Shrewd liorsemeu did not think Robert Bradley capable of staying a mile and an eighth, but he took the lead at the start and kept it to the end. The fast pace he set made hose in pursuit dizzy and lie had no diiliculty in winning by four lengths in 1:32, which represented a new track record. Iardner and Thoniiiill Were closest in attendance, but neither could get near the louder. Tartar, the favorite, did not race uii to expectations. He was last nearly all tlie way, but at the finish he managed to beat Tlioruhill. Pard-ncr ran In second place throughout, but at the finish G. M. Miller was wearing him down and iu another stride would have been second. The Hagerstown Steeplechase was the secondary feature or the program. Miss Chamblets three-3 oar-old Chupadero, conceding all the way from twenty to thirty-nine pouuds to the other starters, Avon handsomely and clinched his title to the championship of the steeplechase division. It is doubtful if there has been a better jumper developed in this country in a long time. He followed the pace set by Astute and Brother Iolk and went into the load on the second turn of the field. Astute came sigain at the turn into the Hat ami made a bold Iiidj but Chupadero came away in the stretch and was in hand at the end. Astute had no trouble in lieatiug Single Stick for the place. By far the biggest crowd of the meeting turned out. Close to 10,000 persons were iu the stand when the horses went to the post for the first race. The weather was fine for racing, conditions being pleasaKtcr than for a week past. Albert Simons has arranged to winter the dlvU. f sion of the stable he will handle for Harry liiyii Whitney next season at Norfolk. He will have eighteen horses under his care and the string wilt be made up of two and three-year-olds. The older horses that Simons has been handling this fall for Mr. Whitney have been shipped back to Brookdale Farm iu New Jersey. A. G. Weston is another horseman who will winter at Norfolk. The J. O. Talbott string left for Charleston after the races this evening. There were sixteen in the lot.- A. L. Aste will send Phyllis Antoinette. Goldy and Be to Juarez. They will leave for the Mexican track at the conclusion of the meeting in charge of the colored trainer, C. Banks. Jim Basey was bid up 00 over his entered selling price yesterday by Al Koenigsberg. Dr. McCully came from New York to look over some of the horses on the ailing list. Among others he tired Kayderoteros and The Itump for Willie Martin. C. H. Pettingill, who will act as presiding steward at the Palmetto Park meeting, leaves for Charleston tomorrow and Ernest Hall, who will be patrol judge at the same track, left tonight. Captain Alexander purchased the juniper Brush from Edward II. Garrison ami turned the horse over to .Matt Smart. He will be raced at the Hunt Club meetings rext season.

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