Black Coffee Promising: Wins His Race like a Real Stayer and a Credit to Sain, Daily Racing Form, 1915-11-30


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BLACK COFFEE PROMISING WINS HIS RACE LIKE A REAL STAYER AMD V do A CREDIT TO SAIN. u si Murphy Also Wins Like a Good One — Few Sprints t; at Bowie — Meeting Closes Today and Owners Are Departing. V li i Baltimore. Mil.. November 29. — Frank E. Brown"* s Sain colt Black IlITi-*- showed that be is a stayer n and. conscquentl.t a good prospect for next year, l when he boat a hand .if he liest youngsters racing * nt Bowie this afternoon in lue Brookdale Handicap. a dash of seven-eighths for two-year-olds. ltlack s Coffee was ridden by Johnny McTaggart. came from liebind and. after working his way up on the out- f side, closed up with a rush and was going away at t the finish, l.ehind the winner Were Candle. Splint v and Broom vale. s Only one of the races this afternoon was at a shorter distance than seven-eighths and three of i t beni were at a mile or over. The fields were well J balanced and what ihey lacked in quality was made up in quantity. In spite of cold, raw weather, a 1 large crowd was present and speculation was brisk. hi the Hopeful purse the top weight. Murphy. | made a runaway affair of the race, setting a fast 1 ace and withstanding threatening opposition from Queen of Paradise on the stretch turn. t W. T. Anderson was a visitor here today. lie t • ami- up from Virginia, where he shipped the l est I of bis horses to be wintered at tapi. 1*. M. Walkers l farm at Boyce. He sent seven horses to Juarez . in charge of F. E. Baird. who will race them for i him on the Mexican track. I IC. K. Watkius has purchased Norus from K. Ut- j torback and will campaign him at New Orleans. . The W. B. Mizell horses were scratched today j on account of the death of Mr. Mizells sister. Richard I Carman lias decided to campaign his string at New Orleans. The plater Videt was gelded Saturday. K. J. Albrights fitly Maid of Dundee died re cently. while Favour, in the same stable, lias been sick since her last g"od race. L. A. Cas«.idy is representing the Tia J nana Association in soliciting horsemen to ship t that far-western track. Beloic tin- ta.-es today the following horses wore sold in the paddock. Bain-, to J. F. Sweeney. 0t»; BamlMKi, to William Walker. 50: Anxiety, to J. Iarrell. 5»»: Slat Bird, to E. Itterback. 50; Miss Cavanagh. to L. W. Kiddle. 20: Ada Anne, to James Arthur. 75: and Cogs to G. A. Alex andra. 00. M. U. Jackson, of Media Fa., today purchase! Conquistador from Johu Bowers, and he will b»: hunted this winter. G. Lomas. an apprentice rider under contract to James Arthur, arrived from his home in Canada i iday and will accompany the stable to Havana. I o in as has just recovered from the effects of a J -lokeu leg received in a fall in Canada. . Jockey T. Nolan arrived today anil will go to Havana, where he will ride for J. Cray. Will Allen and Keiin-th Karrick came over from , Laurel to the races today. They have a small 1 string at Laurel, where Allen has the jumpers Sentiment. Derbyshire. Gainsliorough anil two hunters. and Karrick has his two-year-old Handful!. A big majority of llie horses racing here will be . shipped to Cuba, seventeen carloads being booked , for the Havana course. Most of the others will I go to New Orleans. II. D. Browu will l o here tomorrow to superintend the big shipment that is ltookod to leave here for Cilia. I

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