Bulse Is Still Unbeaten: Takes The Harold Stakes In A Canter While Conceding Much Weight.; Ladies Day and Fine Weather Bring a Big Crowd to Latonia--More Bidding Up of Selling Race Winners., Daily Racing Form, 1915-06-24


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BULSE IS STILL UNBEATEN TAKES THE HAROU STAKES IN A CANTER WHILE CONCEDING MUCH WEIGHT Ladies Day and Fine Weather Bring a Big Crowd Crowdto to Latonia More Bidding Up of Selling SellingRace Race Winners Cinciiiiinti Juno 23 J W Parrishs truck twoyearold Itulse continued liis perfect score today at Latoiiia when lie accounted for the Harold Stakes worth 2730 net to the winner over a crack band of juveniles Jack ODowd taking second place and Cane Him third ly finishing fourth Big Smoke saved his stake The winner was much the best and showed the way from the rise of the harrier increas ¬ ing his advantage in the stretch to win as his rider pleased lie was coupled with Dr Moore be ¬ cause of both being trained hy W J Young and the j air ruled an overwhelming favorite Dr Moore was a conlender in the early part of the race hut retired suddenly when straightened out for the stretch racing racingLadies Ladies day and ideal weather coupled with the good card down for decision caused an immense crowd to he on hand the fair sex being particularly well represented The small fields that started in most of tile races accounted for wholesome and close contests The bettors fared well most of their scoringAll selections scoring All the members of the Kentucky State Racing Commission are expected to be on hand tomorrow when the iipiK intnicnt of a handicapper to succeed the late Edward Maginn will be made Other business that probably will occupy the attention of the commission includes the Butwoll case the ap ¬ peal of W limes through an attorney for a review of his case at a later date and several other racing matters W II Shelley who was re ¬ garded as certain to receive the appointment of handieapper is not desirous of taking the position His wishes will likely be respected and he will remain as clerk of the scales scales1rlor 1rlor to the racing this afternoon the horses or T J Brown were disposed of by auction in the paddock Coppcrtown went to R J Powers for 575 Altamaha to II 0 ColTey for i00 and Un ¬ daunted was sold to W C Lawrence for 1550 Jockey 1550Jockey Kederis retpiested a hearing from the stewards this afternoon with a view to securing i modification of the suspension of ten davs im IMJsed on him by the stewards for his alleged in ¬ terference with Hodge in yesterdays third race Channelise raceChannelise winner of the sixtli race was bid up to S05 an advance of 105 over her entered price J Simpson former owner of Gold Color did the bidding biddingJoseph Joseph Yeager former plunger and owner was a visitor this afternoon having stopped oft enroute to California where lie will pay a visit to the ex ¬ position FranciscoTh at San Francisco Th report that jockey Garner will go with the McDowell establishment to Saratoga is erroneous He will do most of the riding for Senator J N Camden while at tlie Spa SpaJockeys Jockeys Ott and Stearns who were iniured In a fall yesterday arc doing as well as could be ex ¬ pected under the conditions Both sustained painful bruises but not of a serious nature The natureThe program for the Fort Kric meeting was dis ¬ tributed to horsemen tills afternoon afternoonThe The program book of the Latonia meeting for the closing eight days of racing was also issued to the turfmen this afternoon afternoonWeights Weights for the quickstep Stakes to be rim next Saturday were announced by Secretary Jasper who is also serving as handiciippcr for the present Luke Me Luke and Iron Mask are given the top im ¬ post of l2 pounds There are sixtyone eligibles and the tield will probably come from the following Leocliares 123 Hodge 122 Luke Ill Waterblos w m 112 Robert Bradley 112 Chalmers 110 Haw ¬ thorn 110 Roscoe Goose 102 Huntress 15 Edith W 95 95Acis Acis winner of tin closing dash today was bid up from 0 to 1205 and bought in U I Williams and G C Baker did the bidding In retaliation for the runup of Acis C J Brockmlllci claimed Old lien for 050

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