Exterminator Sprints Fast: Runs the Best Three-Quarters Shown at Oaklawn Meeting.; Zone dArmee Wins in Good Style--Two Horses Fall Without Injury--Track Talk., Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-01


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EXTERMINATOR SPRINTS FAST Runs the Best ThreeQuarters Shown at Oaklawn Meeting Zone dArmee Wins in Good Style Two Horses Fall Without WithoutInjury Injury Track Talk HOT SPRIXGS Ark March 31 Willis Sharpc Kilmers Kxterminator again demonstrated that he is destined to be a powerful factor in the decision of the stellar fixtures that will he contested for by fouryearolds and over by his decisive victory this afternoon in the threequarters handicap in which he carried 123 pounds conceding weight to all the others and won with evident ease Tltima Thtile landing in second place with A X Akin third Kxterminator clearly showed that he could have led throughout the race but Haynes elected to restrain him in the early running allowing Ultima Thule anil Top o th Morning to show the way until straightened out fully for the sprint through the stretch where Ilaynes gave Exterminator frei rein and he raced into the lead with no apparent effort and won comfortably The time 112 was creditably and the fastest to date during this meeting meetingThe The first fall of the present racing came with the running of the fifth race in which a big field started and for a while it threatened to be at ¬ tended by serious consequences but luckily the riders and horses involved escaped with a shaking up upThe The fall came when the field was maneuvering for P7sitions while going to the first turn and in tb general mixnp that followed Aldebaran with Coimeiry ifiTffieSaiTllefrTenf611owedbySuair with Connelly up The latter pair were both badly shaken but Connelly and Aldebaran were none the worse for their tumble tumbleHarry Harry Payne Whitneys crack Zone dArmee was graduated from the maiden ranks in the open ¬ ing race when he scored an easy victory over Cancion and Lady Pataud The race likewise brought about the farewell saddle display of jockey Kirschbaum at least for the remainder of the meeting here The direct cause for the judges orders not allowing him to ride further was be ¬ cause of Cancions improvement this afternoon and also several other unsatisfactory rides notahlv one on Dick Williams On Cancion in a former start he roughed several of the contenders contendersPUNISHMENT PUNISHMENT FOR ROUGH RIDING RIDINGOther Other riders notably Harrett arid Garner are due for a hearing with the judges tomorrow because of the rough riding they indulged in during the running of the closing race Harrett being at fault ill subjecting tin diminutive Selnvartz on O O1l 1l Spring to much interference while Garner paid marked attention to roughing Grumpy in Hie iuc according GrumpvIlinnma to Haynes who had the mount on Grumpv Ilinnma scored a lucky victory for Knebelkamp Howerton tJie second race Cobalt being best but the interference he met and the inexperience of his rider Coltiletti caused his undoing Court undoingCourt Gallant with a move vigorous ride than he received in his last race overhauled Discussion right at the end to win the third race Bagpipe landing placeThe in third place The colors of J T Maher made famous by Hourke Coekran Hallarat and others were present this afternoon for the first time in over twentyfive ears ami were carried by I in a Frank which formerly raced in the Heverwyck silks All the horses in the Heverwyck Stable have been leased for MaherThe this year by J J Maher The transfer of the contract on jockey Cassity to C X Garrison made his engagements for today void and the rider will only be allowed to accept mounts on the express permission of his new con ¬ tract employer Hathilde has been bought at private sale by C CrippenUed I Crippen Ued Red Rose the crack twoyearold filly owned by the Greentree Stable will not be raced again until she reaches Kentucky She has numer ¬ ous stake engagements there and will be rested for them themTrainer Trainer Charles Hawk will ship the IT Field stable consisting of fourteen horses to Kentucky the first part of next week Part of the outfit will be sent to Lexington and the remainder to Louisville LouisvilleJockey Jockey Lee Mink is confined in a local hospital and is said to be suffering from pneumonia Only pneumoniaOnly a few Kentucky Derby candidates were out for work today American Ace ran fiveeighths in 101 the first half mile in 4877 Under Fire worked threequarters in 120

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