Hester Prynne in Front: Fleet Filly Wins R. T. Wilson His First Race at New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1916-01-11


view raw text

HESTER PKYNNE IN FROMT FLEET FILLY WINS E. T. WILSON HIS FIRST RACE AT NEW ORLEANS. Dr. Larrick Runs a Fast Race and Wins in a Canter — Gabrio Furnishes a Surprise — Deliver Shows Great Speed. New Orleans. La.. January 10. — Another surprisingly large crowd visited I lie Fair Grounds this after boob and enjoyed some excellent raring. Weather and track conditions were again ideal. Rain, which fell heavily in the downtown district, failed entirely to reach 1 lie track. I Infields were larger than heretofore and 1 he even caliber of the starters bought about lively apacute-tion in the Palin Garden. R. T. Wilsons colors were carried to victory for the first time at the meeting, when Hester 1rynne won in a sharp drive with tiloaming. Ahara. which was reckoned dangerous before the start, ran poorly. I r. Larrick showed a fine performance in the mile selling handicap which he won in easy fashion over Ambrose and Manassch. lie was eased up to a canter in the last eighth and had he been urged he might have reduced the track record of 1 :38%. Oabrio. quoted at surprisingly long odds, won from Presumption and Sir L. Joe had no difficulty in leading home the band that ran in the opening dash. The increase in parse* which goes into effect next .Monday will only be applicable to condition races and handicaps for the present. Later it is expected there will be an increase in all purses. Edward Trotter arrived yesterday from Charleston, S. C, with Joe Finn. Mr. Trotter said that the horses of S. A. Clopton. V. I.. Jennings and Phil Chinn are wintering in splendid condition at Palmetto Park and thai the thinn youngsters are u promising band. Nearly all are F.nglisli-bred. George Reif was an arrival today from New York. He is in quest of some horses to race in the east next summer. O. A. Bimiehi Daggie Smith was an arrival today from California en route to Kentucky. He was 1 immensely pleased with racing conditions here. Only 100 stakeholders were employed this afternoon. Trainer I". II. Sevin was severely injured yesterday and is in a local hospital in a serious condition as a result of attempting t stop Col. Fred in a nmawaj on the track yesterday. R. F. Carman stated today that he would keep 1 Meridian. The Turk. Surprising and the broodmares 1 he owns at the Benning track until he can secure • a satiable location for a stock farm. He will 1 try. while here, to purchase several additional mares for breeding purposes. Deliver scored her second victory of the meeting : and furnished a saurian by equalling the track ■ record in the fifth race. Starter Hade rescinded his suspension of jockey T. Rice and that rider will be allowed to accept mounts. The fii-t run up of the meeting followed Delivers | victory in the tilth race when "Bed" Walker bid 1 her up from .iM to 1916.sh00. She was retained with 1 an advance of . A race meeting of thirty days is in contemplation 1 at San Antonio, Texas. In-ginning February 20. The 8 promoters requested judge Murphy to recommend a 1 starter and he suggested Arthur McKnight. who 1 is here. Work nits this m .ruing over a fast track were: Ask Ha— Half mile in 53. Al Pierc. — Five-eighths in 1:00. Aneou — Three-quarters in 1:21%. P.rian IP ru — Three-quarters in 1:22. Blase Away -Three quarters in 1 :1SJ Belamour -Three-quarters in 1:22. Blond. — Mil ■ in 1 : 47 ■•-.. Between Is — Five-eighths in 1:04%. Business Agent — Mile in 1:40. lt:is Blanc: Five-eighths in 1:04%. Bob Redtield -Three-quarters in 1:21. Cliff Stream — Half mile in BS%. apt. Irodricks -Three-eighths in 38. Counterpart— Half mile in ."1. .apt. Hen— Three-quarters in 1:21. Carbide -Half mile in S3. Clubs— Half mile in 51. . .olinet -Mile in 1 :4C. Dr. Mack— Five eighths in 1:05%. Glower— Seven-. ■igblhs in 1:39. O. M. Miller- Half mil. in 50%. Huntress — Three-eighths in 37. Injury — Mile in 1:51. Ingot — Half mile in 51. lima Frank — Three-quarters in 1:2!-.-.. Indolence — Mile anil sn eighth in 1:68% J. J. I.illis — rive-eighths in 1 :"•" . Korfhagl — Three quarters in 1:17%. La Mode— Half mile in 53%. Lodv Powers- live-eighths in 1 : 5. Martin Caeca Seven-eighths in 1:38%. Miss Francis --Three-quarters in 1:10-.. Marion Goosbj Three-quarters in LIS. Miss Waters Thre. -quarters in 1:18, Mars Cassidy— Three quarters in 1:17. Owags — Quarter mile in 24... Preston Lynn Thr quarters la l:l7rj Paymaster live eighths in 1 : I5. Rev Hindoo Fiv. -eighths in 1:05. Rev Oak wood Mile in 1:47. Rose Marian — five eighths in 1:04. Rose Juliette— Five eighths ill 1:08%. Sir Oliver — Quarter mile iu 2r r-.. Star Shooter — Mile in l:4s:lf.. Serf Savin Three-quarters in 1:21. Shrapnel — Thic. -eighths in 37%. Svrian — Half mile in 4*:S. Servicence — Three quarters in 130%. Tit.. — Half mile in .".2. Tokav— Three-quarters in 1:22. Vachel Worth Hall mile In 51%. Watch Your Step Seven eighths in 1:30%. Wall Street— Quarter mile hj 25. W. W Clark— Mile in 1:44-.-..

Persistent Link: https://drf.uky.edu/catalog/1910s/drf1916011101/drf1916011101_1_2
Local Identifier: drf1916011101_1_2
Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800