Good Sport at Havana: Fine Weather, Fast Track Contributing to Closely Contested Races-Wenonah Wins for Daly, Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-13


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GOOD SPORT AT HAVANA. Fine Weather. Fast Track Contributing to Closely Contested Races — Wenonah Wins for Daly. Havana. Cub... January 12. — Interesting contests were in order at Oriental Park today. The finishes were claae enough to arouse much enthusiasm an the part of the large crowd present. The track was in excellent condition. Jockey Sobel scored his initial victory when Dourer won the first race, but was lucky to win as Editli Olga had the others beaten at the stretch turn, when she ran out and lost several lengths. M. Daly saddled his first winner for his new employer. Senor Leaaatt, when Wenonah won the sixth race. She led her opponents all the way. but haol to be ridden out to withstand River King. Among the new arrivals was Harry Ackerland, brother-in-law of J. Fleischmann.

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