Fatal Day For Favorites: Six Go Down in Defeat at Oaklawn Yesterday.; Heavy Going and Poor Riding Accountable--A Nevada-Bred Colt Sold for Big Price., Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-27


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FATAL DAY FOR FAVORITES Six Go Down in Defeat at Oak lawn Yesterday Heavy Going and Poor RidingAc ¬ countable A Nevada Bred Colt Sold for Big Price HOT SPRINGS Ark March 26 Six races having claiming conditions were Oakliiwns offering this afternoon but it did not detract from the usual large patronage and a big crowd was again present Due to a hard overnight rain the track was heavy and responsible for several upsets that developed the principal one coming with the running of the fifth race in which Waterproof was a pronounced favorite and was beaten easily by Ellison It was Ellisons monthsThe first winning performance in months The bad post acting Mountain Uose II again furnished an incident when he failed to leave tlfu barrier with the otlrers causing him to be prac ¬ tically left at the post and then showing an excel ¬ lent performance but failing to get i part of tho purse Mountain Rose II was a favorite and his actions proved costly The rac in which he started was probably the best carded and it resulted in a victory for Oiuoiul recently acquired by M Qulnn The colt showed improved form and was accorded some confident support supportA A bad band of maidens opened the afternoons proceedings and it resulted in a victory for the outsider RayonnantBad Strikebreaker over the favorite Rayonnant Bad riding on the part of Doyle caused the defeat of Poverina the favorite in the second race she being beaten in the last stride by Hindoostaa A poor ride byJ rotli on Lansden was also a contributing factor to that racers defeat in the third race by Harry D Docod with the inexperienced Cruise in the saddle carried Mose Goldblntts colors to victory in the fourth race with Bob Hensley and Paddy following It was Cruises first winning race raceFred Fred Staton was fined 25 by the judges for bo coming involved in an jiltercration with Pat Knebel kamp morningPoveriua in the secretarys office this morning Poveriua was claimed for 1200 by R X Vestal who had Miss Orb in the race raceThe The failure of six favorites curing the afternoon enabled some of the layers to recoup heavy losses sustained during the past few days daysLATONIA LATONIA STAKES ATTRACT ATTENTION ATTENTIONEntries Entries to the rich Latonia stakes are receiving considerable attention from the horsemen here All tiie youngsters in these parts that will carry the Whitney colors have been nominated by trainer Mose Goldblatt to the events to which they are eligible eligibleTrainer Trainer Early Wright acting for George Wing field owner of the Xevada Stock Farm today sold Westwood a twoyearold brown colt by Honey wood Roselawn to Harry Perkins for the re ¬ ported price of 12500 The colt has never started in a race but his trials have been of a sensational nature He even worked better than his former stablemate St Allan which was sold for 8000 Monday and which broke the three and onehalf furlongs track record in the mud yesterday West wood is a splendid type of a thoroughbred arid several large offers were made for Iiini before Perkins got him Perkins also purchased Troilns and 7500There Kuklux from Ed Trotter today for 7500 There were additions today from Xew Orleans including Louis X Lang a director in the Business Mens Racing Association AssociationThe The horses in charge of trainer Andy Blakeley will be shipped to Havre de Grace for the racing there thereJames James McClelland contemplates shipping Eternal The Wanderer and the remainder of his aggrega ¬ tion here to Louisville immediately after the close of racingJohn tiie Oaklawii racing John Lowe returned yesterday from Louisville Ky where lie went last Saturday to take a look at six of his horses which have been turned out at Lexington all winter and which were recently trans ¬ ferred to the Douglas Park track incidentally he got his first look at a new son which was born to his wife several weeks ago

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