Startling Wins Arizona Handicap: Ima Frank Real Heroine of the Race--Winner Breaks Track Record to Beat Her., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-17


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STARTLING WINS ARIZONA HANDICAP Ima Frank Real Heroine of the Race Winner Breaks Track Record to Beat Her HerNEW NEW YOKK N Y May 10 Another big crowd witnessed the running of Jamaicas second days racing of which the Arizona Handicap was the feature It attracted a number of highclass sprinters and finally fell to I I Startling by a short margin from Ima Frank which proved the real heroine of the race As the field left the paddock he Malier candidate decided to run and her rider Frach found himself unable to restrain her Cir ¬ cling the track under Frnchs stout pnll she finally was brought to a halt in the old unused twoyear old cluite Returning to starter Tribe she got away with her company outpaced her opponents he greater part of the race and only surrendered to Startling in the final sixteentli in a new track record time for the distance Bully Boy showed a smart performance by finishing third Jack Hare Irs connections were confident of his success hut dismallyThe lie failed dismally The Schwartz stable continued its success by sending a likely threeyearold maiden to the post in Audacious He won u tired horse which surely will improve with racing After following Rapid Days fast pacemaking during the early stages ic collided with the latter while being driven past the final sixteenth post and both were knocked off their stride Audacious quickly recovered and drew badlyW away while Itapid Day tired badly W II Toe furnished the winner of the opening dash in a beautiful looking daughter of Celt named Cinderella She displayed speed in abundance and was only cantering at the end four lengths in ad ¬ vance of Betty J JThe The heavily backed TingaLing was beaten by the smallest of margins in the second race Elected II getting a nose decision after a thrilling htretch drive that evoked the greatest enthusiasm on the part publicJ of the public J W McClelland lost his good colt Leonardo last night due to quick pneumonia He caught cold four days ago while being unloaded after a trip from Kentucky Leonardo was a halfbrother to PaceJohn Alfred Noble by Sweep Ethel Pace John Loftus who rode Motor Cop in the Paumonok Handicap said the horse never had free going at any time in the race For an eighth my foot was over the fence said Loftus Jand every horse in niy neighborhood seemed to give jne a hnmb It was one of those scramble affairs with a lot of bad acting horses I suppose the weight told on him U bit too tooThe The colt Patches which was purchased from I W Scott recently by A B Gordon for 10000 was bought for Frank C Bain and will be trained by A B Gordon After filling his Kentucky engagements he will be shipped to New York

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