Havanas Track Sensation: Conflagration Wins His Fifth Consecutive Race in Easy Fashion, Daily Racing Form, 1916-01-03


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HAVANAS TRACK SENSATION CONFLAGRATION WINS HIS FIFTH C0NSECU-TIVE RACE IN EASY FASHION. Nathan R. Wins Again and Provokes the First Bidding Up of the Meeting — Owners Carter and Weant Score Doubles, Havana. Cuba. January 2. — Conflagration, W. C. Weaata seven-year-old gelding, by Star Ruby — -Ashes, is making a reputation for hini-elf here. After naving scored four victories, in as many starts since the opening of the Oriental Park meeting, ho essayed a greater task in todays handicap at aae mile and a sixteenth and was again returned a winner. Brave Cunarder, from the Kedwell stable, was an odds-011 favorite for the race and failed to run to a plac as a result of being cut otf when entering the homestretch. II. G. Bedv.ell saddled the winner of the opening race in Indifferent, which led from start to finish. Sir Dyke was thought to have the second race at his mercy, but his measure was taken by Sordollo, one of the outsiders. flic greatly improved Nathan R., in accounting for the third race over much battel Opposition than he had MthCttO been meeting, called Io: *ii the til -I. runup of the meeting and changed hands, goiir; to ;. A. Alexandra, whoso Water l.il.v tinishe.l -e.ond, for 280, which represented an advene,. ,,[• sJimi. Water l.ily was not at her iMSt this afternoon, for she showed softness while going to the post. W. A. Carter and W. C. Weant each so red a double, the former with Nathan R. anil Kavenal and the latter with Contlagrat ion and Zoroaster.

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