Another New Record Made: Owner McDowells Distinction Eclipses Miss Jemimas Mark.; War God Defeats Rancher and Other Fast Sprinters--Tacola Stumbles, but Wins Race., Daily Racing Form, 1919-06-11


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ANOTHER NEW RECORD MADE Owner McDowells Distinction Eclipses Miss Jemimas Mark War God Defeats Rancher and andOther Other Fast Sprinters Tacola TacolaStumbles Stumbles but Wins Race LATONIA Ky June 10 T C McDowells two yearold filly Distinction by The Manager Ala narka and firsttime starter furnished the out ¬ standing racing incident of the afternoon at Latonia when she won with consummate ease in the fifth Rice and established a new American record when she covered the four and a half furlongs in 52 clipping onefiftli of a second from the mark made by Miss Jemima in her recent race here Distinc ¬ tions prowess was unknown and she paid her back ers handsomely Marjorie Hyncs was the favored one and Furbelow the one held most likely to take licr measure Marjorie Hynes showed an excellent performance but it was not good enough to disposp of the McDowell representative Furbelow was away poorly and could not make much headway in the stretch frequentlyThe on account of her swerving frequently The threequarters handicap for a purse of 2000 was the best offering from the point of class of Imrses as well as monetary consideration and it brought in its wake the downfall of Rancher arid Leocharcs the two stanchcst backed ones in the race War God being the victor with Rancher just managing to get up in time to overhaul Skilcs Knob Leochares outrun from the start failed to show his customary rush in the stretch racing and he was far back at the finish finishIntense Intense heat was the rule here this afternoon hut jit did not seem to have much effect oir the crowd for an unusually large attendance witnessed the sport Finishes were again close Jind the sport on the whole was interesting but disastrous to those who pin their faith on choices The backers of the short priced ones began auspiciously when Lady Ivan won for them and Tacolas success in the third race also helped Rut the many failures they scored afterward was discouraging discouragingTACOLAS TACOLAS SENSATIONAL VICTORY VICTORYTacolas Tacolas success was achieved in sensational style for lie stumbled at the start and had to close an immense gap in the stretch to win winMint Mint Cats victory in the second race was the first that he has ever been credited with It is a tribute to John Schorrs training ability to have him graduate from the maiden ranks as a pair of the countrys most prominent veterinarians after ex ¬ amining the colt predicted that he would nqver bo able to reach the post because of his apparent uu soundness soundnessThe The victory of Distinction is the first that Mr McDowell meetingTalisman has scored since the Lexington meeting Talisman had to be excused from starting this afternoon on account of an injury sustained this morning morningThere There were seventyfour throwouts to the seven races for tomorrow and a total of one hundred and sixtyseven entered enteredThe The meeting of the Kentucky Racing Commission is likely to be deferred for a week in anticipation of chairman J N Canidcns attendance At present Mr Caindcn is in the east eastJockey Jockey Ridcnour has sufficiently recovered from his fall at Louisville to be about and was an arrival at Latonia today todayJockey Jockey S Boyle accepted mounts today having been absent from the saddle on account of illness illnessActing Acting for M Qiiinn who had Mayor Calvin in the sixth race 1at Dunne claimed McVex for 1700 Claimants were also busy in the last race and Thinker went to J W 1inkhams stable for tho transfer price of 2400 Pinkham was represented by Votary which finished beaten off offTom Tom 15rown is soliciting horsemen to ship to Bluefield W Va for the four days meeting to be held there shortly n Thomas C McDowell has arranged to sell all his yearlings at Saratoga on August 8 His con ¬ signment will include most of the youngsters sired by The Manager

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