High Noon is a Victor: Takes the Columbus Handicap and Defeats a Choice Band of Sprinters, Daily Racing Form, 1915-10-13


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j , , HIGII NOON IS A VICTOR TAKES THE COLUMBUS HANDICAP AND DEFEATS A CHOICE BAND OF SPRINTERS. Laurel Track Improving Into Good Condition and Attendance Is Large — Halter Men Busy and Racers Change Ownerships. Laurel. Md.. October 12.— High Noon, an added starter running in the colors of James Butler, won the Columbus Handicap, the feature race here this afternoon. He v.as ridden by jockey J. Butwell. was a forward contender from the start and. after disposing of the pacemaker Hans n on the s;retih turn, outstayed Dodge in the final drive. Then-were eleven starters ami several were crowded Lack in the early running. Water Ijidy. after beginning slowly, was closing up resolutely in the homestretch, when she was cut off at the sixteenth post and. whatever chance she had of winning, was ruined. Kewe.-sa became involved in a jam in the tirst eighth and ran under stout restraint until in the last half. The racing conditions were ideal, the weather being warm and the track in good condition. The attendance was larger than on any day aside from the two Saturdays and spot illation was oris:.. lolite changid hands after he was beaten in the second race. Sain Louis claiming him from R. B. Stella for ,100. II. ;. Bedwell has purchased from Capf. . K. Roekwcl the plater Mr. Sniggs. The haltermi n were again haai this afternoon. Daddys Choice was advanced Soil." over his entered price of MM by A. C. Iarretlo ami was bought ill. After Fagle won the fifth race he was bid from MM to ,400 and bought by Emil Herz. The two choices in th" sixth race yesterday that failed to finish in the money changed owners after they were beaten. Republican was claimed by C. C. Smiths.n. while J. B. Goodman took Borgo from II. T. Wilson. Each horse eost his new owner ,400. There are many horses quartered at the Benning course this fall and several of the stables will remain at that track to go into winter quarters. Among the owners who have decided to remain there until next spring are W. T. Anderson. Richard F. Carman. W. P. Burch. M. Daly. J. S. Tyree and Samuel Ross. It is no sure thing that the San ford iiorses will he wintered at Benning. It is just m ssible that the stable will be shipped from Man-land back to the farm at the conclusion of the Iimlico meeting. Joseph Edwards, who has been at Gravesend trying out the Waterson yearlings, returned this morning. He is well pleased with them and hopes as develop a couple of high class racers from the band. Dorados, a two-year-old in the Marione Stable that was highly thought of, died as a result of fever contracted while en route from Toronto to Maryland. Irohihition. which fell during the running of the Blue Point Selling Stakes, came out of the mishap with a sore shoulder. James Arthur, Lis owner and trainer, hopes to get the coit in condition for racing at Iimlico. Herman Flippeu made a hurried trip from Virginia to Benning yesterday and shipped the steeplechase r Lizzie Flat to Richmond. Lizzie Flat will be a starter ill the races to be run in connection with the Richmond fair.

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