Three Straight For Fanny Cook: Looking Up a Hot Tip and a Winner--Disqualification in the Final Race., Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-29


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THREE STRAIGHT FOR FANNY COOK Looking Up a Hot Tip and a Winner Disqualifi ¬ cation in the Final Race HAVRE DE GRACE Md April 28 The best field that went to the post at Havre de Grace this afternoon was not in the feature the Perryville Selling Purse but in the third race for threeyear olds and over and nomvinners of three races For this race Looking Up owned by the Ogdcu Stable a threeyearold by Star Shoot Lady Hubbard hail worked fiveeighths in better than one minute and he was tho big tip and the winner He ran right back to his work went to the front early and stayed there winning comfortably enough while Yurucari onp that the Quincy Stable pur ¬ chased from John Sanford was second and Hill McCloy third Stickling the Whitney entry which finished fourth appeared sore going to the post but she was not half so sore as her supporters after the finish To be sure sue was away last and worked her way up on the inside but there was no possible chance for her to catch the winner which was always in command and Yurucari was just as easily second secondCapt Capt Ral Parr provided the winner for the Perryville in his consistent little filly Fanny Cook Castor from the David Gideon stable had worked fast enough to Avin the work watchers said but after showing a flash of speed and running up to the leaders he tired and finished fourth Meantime Fanny Cook and Miss Shackleton from the Samuel Koss stable were fighting it out and just at the finish Fanny Cook outgamcd tho Shackleton young ¬ ster to win by a head with Sedgegrass running in the colors of G W Fonnan who claimed him from K T Wilson taking third It was not much of a race but Fanny Cook showed that she Is something better than a useful filly in cheap com ¬ pany Incidentally it was Fanny Cooks third straight victory victoryThe The Glen Kiddle Farms youngster Hounding Bil ¬ lows took the measure of the Whitney filly Guess Again in the opening race Lucie May was third and less than a half length separated the first three horses horsesThe The steeplechase was won in hollow fashion by Ocean Prince from the stable of Miki Daly while Jack Leary easily accounted for the Newark Han ¬ dicap in which a fast band of sprinters took part partThe The running of the final nice of tlie afternoon was marred by a disqualification Jack Mount which finished third being set back for having Interfered with the ifjst of the field when he squeezed through on the first turn Hroom Peddler won the race with Widow Bedotte second and Prunes was awarded third place on the disqualification of Jack Mount MountRice Rice was suspended for the balance of the meet ¬ ing for foul riding in the seventh race raceSome Some of the owners are already pulling out for Pimlico Several stables left for the Baltimore County track today and a special comprising ten carloads will depart tomorrow tomorrowH H E Leigh will race the division of the Mrs L A Livingston string that he campaigned in Cuba at Pimlico Included in the stable are the two good colts Henry G and Starkader StarkaderLoyal Loyal Peter came out of his last race with a bad knee While at the post he was kicked by Favour just below the knee and the injury will lay him up for a couple of weeks weeksKENTUCKY KENTUCKY STABLE GOING TO AQUEDUCT AQUEDUCTAt At the conclusion of the Havre de Grace meeting the Kentucky Stable will ship their liorses to Aque ¬ duct where they will join the other division of the stable that were shipped direct to New York from Lexington LexingtonC C W Starr and Clarence Buxton nave also ar ¬ ranged to send their liorses from Havre de Grace to AqueductThe Aqueduct The Ogden Stable whose horses are handled by that astute young trainer S Miller Henderson goes to Pimlico In previous years this stable confined its racing to the Kentucky tracks but the liorses will remain in the east during the entire racing season seasonC C N Freeman added the imported colt Lloyd George to Ids string He secured the colt by private purchase of P T Chinu ChinuThirtysix Thirtysix riders are posted on the list in the jockey room at Havre de Grace ready to accept mounts and this number will be materially increased at Pimlico PimlicoAt At a meeting of the Thoroughbred horse Associa ¬ tion held at Havre de Grace on Saturday Dr J F Adams and James Arthur were selected to at ¬ tend the annual meeting of the association which will be held in Lexington on Wednesday Three members of the board of directors which comprises nine in number will be elected and the inference is that Messrs Adams and Arthur will bo two of the new directors elected It is possible that a Canadian will also be selected as a director directorJohn John Edwards secretary at the Jamaica track came over from New York to interview the horse ¬ men regarding stall room at his course The stakes to be run at Jamaica have filled particularly well and every indication points to one of the most suc ¬ cessful meetings ever held at that most popular course courseExjockey Exjockey Tommy Meade at present one of the stars of the Parlor Bedroom and Bath Company which is playing ail extended engagement in Phila ¬ delphia was a visitor at Havre de Grace this after ¬ noon noonClaims Claims were lodged for eight different horses on Saturday Salvatelic Ballast Murphy and Indian Chant were claimed by their owners Crnmpsall was claimed by his former owner Henton Gray for 1855 Kate Hright went to Mrs H Hoffman on her claim of i055 Miss Hryn was claimed by Mrs E D Gavett and C K Moore secured Ballad for 1750

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