Blind Baggages Triumph: Carries High Weight And Defeats J. J. Murdock And Bringhurst Easily.; Clare in Trouble but Wins--Gipsy Queen Gives Her Backers Some Uneasiness--Old Rosebud and Stablemates Shipped to New York., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-20


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BLIND BAGGAGES TRIUMPH CARRIES HIGH WEIGHT AND DEFEATS J. J. MULD0CK AND BRINGHURST EASILY. Clare in Trouble but Wins — Gipsy Queen Gives Her Backers Some Uneasiness — Old Rosebud and Stablemates Shipped to New York. Latoaia, Ky.. June 19. — The longest priced winner .ii seme time cropped up with the running of the opening race, when Bolster, an BagUsh cl;. owner by Cool: t, i.ts. won easily from Chiirvovant and Benefactor. John w. Schorr* Nib was the favored one and staunchly supported by the public, hut Murphy . ri.ltni; »f the bone was Inefficient and it rin | -ly beside*. Arihur Middhtoii in the second race, gave a s nsatioiial perform nice in coming from far back in the stretch and overhauling King Belle. The Litter had threatened to make a runawav of it for the first half mile, but qui. badly near the end. Clare was iiiiii th. best in the third race and had to b. to win. for she s u in a jam immediately after tin- start and had to be taken back to last place. Gipsy was one of the shortest priced Victors ol th. season and her backers did not experience ,m too pleasant fe.-lin.s when Azalea pressed bet in close fashion until within seventv yatd* of the finish, where Gipsy managed to secure a clear lead. The B. K. Bradley repteseatatlve, Blind Baggage, thoroughly demonstrated by his raaalaa in the •hr inarters handicap, that be is entitled to rank with the best sprinters in the country, for he won with consummate ease under the sf allying impost of 138 pounds ami covered the distance in 1:12. I. J. Murdoek. which had furnished the principal contention from the start, landed in second place ami Bringharst just maaaged to outstay the fast coming faux Col. The latter w.-.s making his first appearance under colors since his retirement last year and indicated by his running that he has fully recovered from his leg ailment that caused aim t.. I,.- shelved. Severe Storm Threatens Before Races. Prior to the racing this afternoon a severe storm was in prospect, but It subsided after a brief downpour that had no effect in changing truck condition*. The weather for the most part of the afternoon was threatening, though the sun shone frequently. I. 1. Weir shipped his horses, including Old Ibis. bud. Jack Hare Jr. ami Milbrev. to New York, where they will be raced for the remainder of the season, returning to Kentucky next fall. There were additional arrivals this morning from Devoashire, including the horses trained by A. l.uzad. r. Jockey T. Heary was also an arrival. Clare, wtaaet of th- third race, was claimed by .1. M. Heary Jr. for :.;1.1iio. Jockey I.apaille was suspemle.l for three davs by the starter for hi* dteobedieaee at the post ta the second race. Trail. .a- Henry McDani.l. who has charge of the extensive band owned by W. S. Kilmer, was a brief visitor today, having Mapped off en route to Lexington, where he goes to inspect some year-lines. Work outs over the Latonia track this morning included the following: Arch lMotler. half mile. B2; Walter Brady, five-eighths, 1:01; Day Dream, mile. 1:4." : Sqtieeler, thr.-e quarters. 1:M%; Saffron Gill, five eighths, 1:01: star, three -eighths, 37--. : BaaewaasJ, live eighths. 1 :IL-.. : Old Miss, three-quarters, l:i:; Tom Jr.. five-eighths, 1:04-.: Alert, mile. 1:47; Daddy seven eighths. 1:31-.: Qreea Jones, five-eighths, 1:04; Baraka. half mile. ." --,; Adeline L.. three quarters. 1:1!»; Waterford, three-quarters. 1:38; Viva Aineriea. five-eighths, 1:01..-,; Saaflash, thr quarters. 1:17%; Marie l-:ilis. three- eignths. 37: rieetabelle. three quarters. 1:15%; Jessie C. three-quarters. 1:1»%; l.adv Botha, thru- eighths. 38; Bob Dun. Ion. three-quarters, 1:11: Manager Watte, three. quarters. 1:14%; Please Welles, five-eighths. I:!.": American Eagle, three-eighths. 38; Safety Firsi. three eighths, 37; Dr. Carmen, three quarters, 1:18%.

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