Double For S. C. Hildreth: Lucullite and Out the Way Carry His Colors to Victory.; Former Breaks Track Record to Beat Old Koenig--Many Arrivals from Maryland., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-20


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DOUBLE FOR S a HILDRETH Lucullite and Out the Way Carry His Colors to Victory Former Breaks Track Record to Beat Old Koenig Many Ar ¬ rivals from Maryland NEW YORK X Y May 19 Racing at Jamaica today was enlivened by fine weather a large attend ¬ ance and brilliant racing some of which was sup ¬ plied by S C Hildreth when he furnished the win ¬ ner of the two features in Lucullite and Out the Way both ridden by Taplin Lucullites victory in the Clarendon Handicap was gained only after a long stretch duel which brought the crowd to its feet Off well the Relmont castoff was outrun by Old Koenig in tlie early stages and forced back when the latter passed him at the half mile post Enter ¬ ing the stretch Taplin came to the outside of Old Kyenig and they fought it out to the finish with the Hildreth colt gaining the judges verdict by the shortest of margins Old Kocnigs effort was a brilliant one especially because he was badly kicked by George Starr at the post and returned to the scales with his leg badly gashed Incidentally Iuculflte broke the track record for five and a half furlongs Out the AVay had matters his own way in the thirteenth running of tlie Newtown Selling Stakes for he rushed into a lead which he continuallj jn reased until the finish where he was eight lengths in front of his nearest oppoitenT oppoitenTAnother Another likely looking twoyearold was shoyn in the last race of the day when Shcuandoab from the Oak JJjdge Stable won a sensational victory uver Marjft Antoinette in the last few strides stridesQujte Qujte ii large number of horsemea and horses ar ¬ rived front Maryland This will bring about an increased mnrther of entries in tlie ereaper races f roiif nowpn W nowpnW R Midgely Is looking around for a horse or two mid may start a public training stable in the near future futureWOUNDED WOUNDED SOLDIEHS AS GUESTS GUESTSAbout About 250 wounded soldiers were guests of the Jamaica association today They were in charge of the KnigluK of Columbus president Reynolds footing all tin bills for luncheon and transposition On Vednesday nearly 1000 will be brought to the track from the various base hospitals in this vicinity vicinityThe The paddock took on an aspect of greater activity with the arrival of many who raced at Pimlico James Fitzsinimons and jockey Ted Rice with the Qiliney arid Davis establishments twentythree in nil and Louis Fenstel with seventeen of the Glen Kiddle Farms racers were among the newcomers newcomersSteeplechase Steeplechase jockey Crawford wearing his injured arm in a sling wns a visitor Within a month he hopes to resume his engagements with the Ral Parr stable stableAlgernon Algernon Daingerfield confirmed William Mirtge lyx appointment as temporary patrol judge to act at the starting post postSalvation Salvation Army lassies invaded the grounds swap ¬ ping freshly made dpugtiiuts for dollars Their efforts were liberally rewarded and their pans quickly emptied by the admiring customers Their vocalists with megaphones and accompanied by lenders band enlivened the crowd throughout the jifternoou A caliope also aoted as a reminder of the iriny and its work workMars Mars Cassidy having completed las Pimlico en ¬ gagement resumed his usual post at the barrier

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