Cheers Greet Long-Priced Winner: Success of Enos, Paying 86.50 for , Pleasing to Bowie Spectators--Kewessa Disappoints Again., Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-10


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CHEERS GREET LONGPRICED WINNER Success of Enos Paying 518650 for 2 Pleasing to Bpwie Spectators Kewessa Disappoints Again POWIE Md April 9 A midweek crowd over record proportions witnessed the running of the Xaval Academy Purse and other contests which brought many surprises Bright skies and hot sunshine made fast racing iiossible The Ms sur ¬ prise came in the second race which was won by Euos ridden by J Con way little known to Maryland racegoers The Ilubbard gelding was practically ueglecf d in the i petnilittion bnt rib wortir of straight tickets Iwing sold on him There was one twenty dollar ticket and eighteen five dollar tickets The pay 18050 was a record for this season Hats flew in the air and wild creers greeted the posting of the prices pricesGeorge George Pappas a Greek restaurateur of Wilming ¬ ton Del was the fortunate holder of the only 20 straight ticket sold on Enos That with the place and show tickets he purchased brought him 2903 2903The The feature the Xaval Academy Purse went to Mahony which improves with each succeeding race Guided by a more fashionable rider he settled to his work at the barriers rise and held his oppo nests easily safe at the end endHanky Hanky Pankys performance was a distinct dis ¬ appointment After being led to the post he was unruly at the barrier It was necessary for an assistant to hold him when the start came and he was tardily released and jumped up in the air After settling into his stride he made up some ground but ran out when entering the stretch Troxler realized the race was lost and seemed in ¬ disposed to punish him himKewessa Kewessa disappointed again the old campaigner showed some improvement over his last race but was unable to withstand Refugees challenge in the stretch stretchT T Francis has made application to have the twoyearold Airnats name changed to Eurico Caruso CarusoAlbert Albert Simons predicts that the Kentucky Derby will prove a twohorse race between Blue Laddie and Billy Kelly with a sentimental leaning to ¬ ward the former strengthened by the report of his work at the Whitney farm Tommy McTagsart is exercising the horses for the Simons division of the Whitney string stringFiring Firing Line was excused from the fifth race because of evident soreness sorenessSammy Sammy Sneidman has ridden his allotted quota of winners under the apprentice rule ruleBeautiful Beautiful floral offerings bearing the names of T W Brahany and Michael J Keane of the White House staff accompanied Frank Robinsons remains west Willie Robinson returned today from Cleve ¬ land where he attended his brothers funeral

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