Colins Daughter Victress: Wins the Debutante Stakes from Fifteen in Fast Time.; Freecutter Runs Away from Old Hodge--Big Crowd Despite Threatening Weather., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-13


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COLINS DAUGHTER VICTRESS Wins the Debutante Stakes from Fifteen in Fast Time Freecutter Buns Away from Old OldHodge Hodge Big Crowd Despite DespiteThreatening Threatening Weather LOUISVILLE Ky May 12 The Debutante Stakes which had its first running over the Church ¬ ill Downs track in 1895 and has been run annually since featured todays good card and was accounted for by C A Klrbys Talisman a daughter of Edward B McLens unbeaten Colin Pocketpieci with Ruby landing in second place and Busy Signal third The race brought a net sum to the winner of 5000 There Avere sixteen of the l est fillies in the juvenile division as starters and the trio of placed ones enjoyed the racing luck of the band and practically dominated from the start Talis ¬ man from a fast beginning managed to wrest the lead from Busy Signal before reaching the first turn but the effort entailed interference To Busy Signal and forced the Bradley representative back Talisman thereafter remained in the van and easily disposed of Ruby in the last sixteenth Busy Sig ¬ nal ran a good race to land in third place The winner and Ruby were so lightly held that they were among those grouped in the field Miss Jemima which made a successful racing debut at New Orleans on her first appearance was consid ¬ ered best of tiie youngsters with H P Whitneys Furbelow winner of tlie Hinata Stakes also coming in for vast attention but her backers were a sorely disappointed aggregation whejvshe v vf f ailed to leavi1 the barrier with the others and remained standing at the Mst Miss Jemima because of her outer post position was also a sufferer as the rflde sweep she was forced to make around the turns cost her con ¬ siderable ground and though showing a splendid performance she was not good enough to overhaul the leaders Considerable interest centered in the performance of the highly rated Middleton Jones owned Lady in Black a striking black filly by Boots and Saddle Yankee Tree but her prowws failed to be revealed as she bolted on the first turn and her jockey confined his efforts to palling her up upThreatening Threatening and cold weather had iio marked effect on the attendance of more than 10000 present this afternoon and they took a keen interest in tin sport and almost caused a rcyetition of the Derby action in the ring by their desire to wager The wagerThe full battery of miitucl machines were again in operation and at times seemed inadequate to handle facilityThe the betting with any degree of facility The racing was interesting all the dashes over diversified distances marked by close finishes In most instances the backers had a fairly accurate line on the starters and were successful in most instances in landing on the winners winnersOutside Outside of the stake feature the mile dasli in which Hodge and Freecutter a pair of local favor ¬ ites were among the starters absorbed most interest It resulted in a victory for Freecutter in convicing fashion that racer scoring as his rider pleased with Hodge leading Spearlene It marked Hodges first reappearance at Churchill Downs ij nearly two years yearsHIGH HIGH LOW CHANGES OWNERS OWNERSThe The running of the last race brought with it the first claim of the meeting High Low favorite and runiierni to Lively changing hands and going to Solomon Jarmons stable for the transfer price of 2400 Lively was supported in confident fash ¬ ion by his owners and won from High Low by virtue of Pools alertness in stealing a long lead in tin first half mile mileWilliams Williams Bros Linden triumphed over a good band that started in the threequarters snrint but he had to be much the best to score as his rider became badly rattled when the colt suffered frcim interference and for a time it appeared as if he would be beaten beatenBad Bad riding accounted for the defeat of what might be a real good colt when Wilson the Great a brother to Viva America failed to finish Inttcr than BnrgoyneThe third to Spicebnsh and Bnrgoyne The promising S Boyle rode Brimful skillfully in the sixth race and it contributed to thatfillys vic ¬ tory over Sans Pcur II with Leap Frog in third place placeJockey Jockey J Grnth was suspended for five days by the stewards for his rough riding in the Debutante Stakes when he interfered with Busy Signal Jockey O Mahoueys application for a riding license has been tabled by the license committee committeeW W C Weant was advised this afternoon that his mare Bachelors Blend had foaled a black colt by Moss Fox at his Illinois farm farmThe The good filly Violet Bonnie owned by A L Klrby died yesterday of pneumonia She was taken seriously ill Friday and slight hopes for her recov ¬ ery was entertained Zone dArmee which has been ailing and de ¬ ferred C E Pattersons shipment here from Hot Springs is rounding to rapidly and began taking his gallops this morning morningRegains Regains injury sustained in the Derby running will probably keep her out of training for several days She was cut about the hind right leg Tin injury might have contributed to her poor showin in the race 1 B Lester owner of the Ogden Stable is now negotiating MurrayThe for the contract oil jockey T Murray The career of the promising rider Cassity seem ¬ ingly is being wrecked probably through ill ad ¬ vice He contracted with C M Garrison at Hot Springs but later a misunderstanding arose and the question of the new contracts validity cairn up Judge Francis M Nelson ruled that the riders services belonged to C M Garrison Cassity has failed to report to his new contract employer jir adjust his differences up to date This afternoon the stewards posted a notice warning owners not to employ or harbor the rider Cassity also Jis been directed to adjust his differences with his contract employer Jockey Frank Murphy was the first to draw the first dose of discipline by the stewards for in ¬ solent and rebelious conduct toward the starter For this offense he was suspended for ten days the starter previously having suspended him for three days will make his vacation a thirteen days period

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