More Rain Visits Jefferson Park: Knebelkamp and Howerton Horses Win Two Races, with Jockey Ensor Riding Both., Daily Racing Form, 1918-11-27


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MORE RAIN VISITS JEFFERSON PARK Knebelkamp Howerton Horses Win Two Races with Jockey Ensor Riding Both BothNew New Orleans Ii November 2i Another severe rain storm visited the Jefferson Park track last night resulting in it being but slightly improved over the preceding days It caused a day of ordi ¬ nary sport provided by 1111 ordinary grade of horses The scarcity of racing material is keenly felt and it is preventing the meeting from becoming firmly settled in its stride The early opening coflicting as it does with the racjng at Latonia and Bowie is clearly shown to be a mistake for tjere is little prosiwct of the local racing being firmly es ¬ tablished 011 a successful basis until next week weekThe The difficult track has also been a strong factor in retarding the progress of the meeting for the best horses have been kept in their respective stables stablesKuel Kuel elkamp Howertons horses furnished the outstanding incidents of this afternoons sport their Lucile P and Audrey K both ridden by Ensor accounted for their respective jmrses while Breezy another from the stable landed in second place and with a better judged ride on the part of Dursch would have won Lucile P wan an outstanding favorite and had no difficulty cantering home in front and Ensors good ride on Audrey K was the chief factor in her success successKing King activity was again plentiful and the public fared in good style for favorites and wellbacked ones triumphed in each instance instanceThe The J O Talbott stable cdded another purse to its list when Sylvano scored easily in the opener Key Mar was the first in the AV C AAcant stiible to laud a purse and Sandy Lad in the following race scored in runaway style stylePaul Paul Connolly after many efforts over various tracks finally earned a purse when he beat Breezy Lucile P and Audrey K took the closing dashes dashesDifficulty Difficulty was again experienced in filling the races and it was nearly 4 p in before tomorrows card was announced Todays attendance showed an increase oyer former days and included many new ¬ comers from Kentucky and the east eastJockey Jockey J Mooney who resides in New Orleans will arrive tomorrow from Latonia and will be an addition to the riding brigade Perkins horses reached the Fair Grounds this morning ThursdayA and some of them will be started Thursday A N MacFarlan formerly a wellknown racing official KentuckyIkft was among the arrivals from Kentucky Ikft JlaVkleljurg a wellknown Tilsteru operator got in this morning and Ked McGrath also came in from the east eastWhitey Whitey Becks staff were newcomers and they report that Beck is now en route having left New York last night nightOther Other easterners expected in the next few days include Ed Kyan E Callahan Tiffany Wolf ¬ gang and others othersTom Tom Shaw will not be here until about December 10 Clarence Herbert came from Latoniu last night and B J Brannon is due tonight

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