Popular Tippity Witchet: Takes the Measure of Lucullite in Fast Run Race.; Equals Three-Quarters of a Mile Track Record in Winning Rainbow Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1919-06-18


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POPULAR UPPITY W1TCHET Takes the Measure of Lucul lite in Fast Run Race Equals Three Quarters of a Mile Track Record in Winning Bain bow Handicap NEW YORK X Y June 17 The cooling breezes of Long Island swept over another large attendance at Jamaica today which witnessed the first running of the Rainbow Handicap and five other races which engaged horses of ordinary caliber The Hainltow was captured by John San fords gallant little gelding Tippity AVitchot after a contest which was somewhat marred by the ill racing luck encountered by the heavily supported favorite Lucnllite at the rise of starter Cassidys barrier The Sanford candidate had the Iwst of the start and sped away to a lead which he never relinquished and finished in time that equaled the track record with jockey Davies easing him slightly at the end with Lucullite after a strong stretch effort following a length and a fraction behind Lion dOr which hail endeavored to supply the early contention trailed them The patrol judge and starter reported that Lucullite stumbled right at thu start startJ J W McClellands Peter Quince filly Phantom Fair showed a clean pair of InsIs to those opposed to her in the opener and won pulling up five lengths to the good goodKing King Herods defeat in the second was a stun ¬ ner to the followers of form He was backed to the exclusion of everything in the race and after flattering his admirers by leading to the stretch suddenly tired and after being passed by Elected II just managed to hold Marmite safe for sec King Herod closely from the start and when he tired raced to the front and drew away in the final eighth eighthAlbert Albert A was another favorite to fail his back ¬ ers third to Benevolent and Our Nephew being the best he could do Our Nephew was the pacemaker but readily fell a victim to the powerful closing rush of Benevolent when the latter challenged after rounding the last turn turnLittle Little AAVsslcrs overconfidence resulted in the de ¬ feat of a heavily supported choice when he eased up AAilfreda in the final threesixteenths where tlio filly was apparently winning easily Bices de ¬ termined finish on the eventual winner Goaler which had suffered much interference aroused much enthusiasm from all but the backers of AVilfreda AVilfredaGwyn Gwyn Tompkins reported the disability of St Charlooto which necessitated the old jumper being retired to the farm at Warrenton Va VaJockey Jockey A Johnson was suspended for five days by starlcr Cassidy on Monday MondayQueen Queen of tin Sea was retained by her owner after her victory on Monday for 1025 1025Tailor Tailor Maid was claimed by G W Atkinson for 1 13 13W W K Vanderbilt has been the recipient tit a ininibr of messages of congratulation from his friends in Now York on the splendid victory of his colt Tchad in the French Derby He is by Negofol sire of Major August Belmonts great horse Hour less Tchad cost 9520 as a yearling yearlingUNCLE UNCLE BRYN TO BREEDING BUREATT BUREATTCommander Commander J K L Boss has presented to the breeding bureau of the Jockey Club the splendid sixyearold horse Uncle Bryn by Bryn Mawr Aunt Belle by Sir Dixon second dam Aunt Anne by Blue Eyes Uncle Bryn is a horse of splendid size IMIIII and substance and should Innefit the common horse product of whatever locality the Jockey Club may send him to No family of horses in the United States surpassed the Bryn Mawrs for soundness and disposition dispositionW W C Clancy claimed Marmite which finished third in the second race for 1225 1225The The stewards catechised Wessler for his over confidence on Wilfreda WilfredaW W It Coes Torentia has proved a keen dis apixiintment to her owner and trainer as well as to a host of admirers who believed that she would turn out the star threeyearold filly of the year She has not shown a semblance of her twoyearold form in races and whether she will return to it remains to be s oon oonJack Jack Stuart is either a letter horse than gen ¬ erally conceded or King Plaudit is better than the average The preponderance of evidence favors Jack Stuart in front for the first time this season when Alphee won yesterday While Preston Purch her trainer expected the filly to run a good race ho was not sanguine she woulil win It will not be surprising to we her do oven better judging by the way she won never leing fully extended in any part of the nice niceXash Xash Turner the oldtime jockey is possessod if considerable logic When asked about giving instructions to a jockey lie said A good rider needs no instructions and a bad rider dont know what you have said to him after you have said it itAsked Asked why he scratched Billy Kelly and Motor Cop from the iiinlM v Handicap trainer Bedwell said he had worked Billy Kelly with another race in view and Motor Cop was withdrawn owing to his showing a slight lameness after being shod intimating that it was not serious trouble troubleJ J W McClelland was not backward in his opinion of Ihantom Maid Ill buy everybody around a straw hat if she does not lead all the vay and wii by two lengths said McClelland She did just what he expected and more moreA A Ixtiiquct of carnations were auctioned for the benefit of Memorial Hospital It brought 150 on the first hid and was knocks down to John Wai tors Ho ordered it resold and Frank Moore bought it for 210 Al Beeves was the auctioneer Several thousand dollars has been donated to the fund from patrons of racing

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