Weight Beats Lucullite: Heavy Impost Tells on Him in Final Strides of Tuckahoe Handicap.; Bally Defeats the Hildreth Crack in Great Race--Stake Feature to War Zone., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-16


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WEIGHT BEATS LUCULL1TE Heavy Impost Tells on Him in Final Strides of Tuckahoe Handicap Bally Defeats the HUdreth Crack in Great Race Stake Fea ¬ ture to War Zone NEW YORK N Y July 15 The Tnckahoe Handicap was the outstanding feature at Empire City tlits afternoon and overslmdowed in point of interest the running of the Tarrytown Selling Stakes The latter was a dash of a mile for three yearolds with 2000 guaranteed and it brought out nn ordinary band of platers Quality was well represented however in the Tuckahoe Handi ¬ cap This race furnished an interesting contest through the homestretch between Lucullite and Bally the latter coming from behind and beating the Hildreth crack by three parts of a length Lucullite was a prohibitive favorite He showed much speed In the early running but after going threequarters of a mile the 130 pounds began to tell on him and in the final drive he naturally tired Ballys victory marked the first scored by James Butler this season seasonIn In the Tarrytown Stakes Youneed led his oppo ¬ nents Tjya dozenslengths nt one stage of the race but In the stretch tired badly and left War Zone to come from behind to win in easy fashion Fator rode an excellent race on the winner He kept him under restraint until entering the stretch where after disposing or Gath War Zone caught the leader tiring and easily passed him at the end Icidentally it was the second victory of the day for young Fator the lad having piloted Who Cares home first in the opening dash dashThe The condensed history of the Tarrytown Stakes is as follows Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 1907 Old Honesty 3 117 J Lee 1620146 1908 Frank Gill 4 120 Notter 2280 147 1909 Hill Top 9tt McCahey 1040140 1910 Schoolmarm 96 A Thomas 1150 I40y3 1914 Pomette Bleu 96 J McCahey 675 140 1915 Roly 102 M Buxton 675138 1916 Sasin Ill E Taplin 1060 143 1917 Ballad Ill L Lyke 1060 143 1918 Green Gold 96 J Wessler 1450143 1919 War Zone 106 L Fator 1450139 1450139Distance Distance 1 110 miles for threeyearolds and andover over in 1907 and 1908 No racing at Empire City in 1911 1912 and 1913 Run at Belrnont Park in 1915 1915DORCAS DORCAS LEFT AT THE POST POST1addy 1addy Whack accounted for the second race The result might have been different had Dorcas not been left at the post She made up ground with a sensational display of speed and forged into the lead in the stretch but her early efforts told when Paddy Whack challenged and she could not resist hix fast closing rush rushWho Who Cares led all the way in the opener and was never in danger dangerFred Fred Iturlew believes that Machesa II would have won her race easily yesterday had Richcreek not resorted to the whip He just whipped the filly into a close finish said Burlew JIarchesa II is u fast filly and with light weight is useful in races around a mile in cheap company Her one good finality is early speed through which she escapes confusion Shoals gameiiess was demonstrated when he beat Romany yesterday The colt had shown an inclina ¬ tion to buck and Rody Patterson his trainer gave his friends no encouragement Yet Shoal won through sheer gameness in the last fifty yards Had the bucking report not been circulated it is possible Shoal would have gone to the post favorite for the race raceThere There will be little rough riding at Empire City as manager Fitz Gerald has given the boys a final warning that the first offender will be shown the gate for the meeting They must pay attention to their own horses and ride them straight from start to finish Should there be room for a horse to come up on the inside of them they must not intimidate or interfere with it There were three instances of this good rule yesterday whet Afternoon Shoal and Mountain Rose II all came through from the rear and won wonAll All arguments that Head Over Heels is a quitter were settled when she quit so badly that Carmandale and Afternoon both beat her yesterday The latter was reported to be in almost the same class as Cobwebs from the same stable but she has pot yet shown it in public publicW W C Daly was responsible for the bidding jon Who Cares winner of the first race Daly was a little bii weak with his boost and the colt being raised but 200 over his entered price priceThe The Beach Stable has purchased LErrant of T P Thome and Fred Kraft has secured the chestnut filly Jyntce of Capt Raymont Belmont BelmontThe The Wldener P A Clark F Ambrose Clark R T Wilson J E Madden and Glen Riddle Farm stables have left for Saratoga Continued oo second page WEIGHT BEATS LUCULLITE Continued from first page Waiter D d who went direct to England from Havana last spring fias written that he has ar rariged to ship a tHng PA horses f rorn Engjijud Jo Cuba to take part in tlie meeting at Oriental Park next winter Dodd has been seen in the saddle of xome of the smaller meetings on the other side tnsvsnmmer tnsvsnmmerCoU CoU y ynnlu nnlu was an arrival today from Kentucky Ho iithnsiastje over the Kentucky sttiiatwn anil believes it Is the keynote to the life of tin1 siwrt and KLding Indiistfy Billy Slyer is now with Sam Ilildrrth and will look after his breeding establishment when it matures ft Mr Myo Meavcs Thursday for Saratoga with Suuflash II Prfnceps Hegal Lodge and Alibi

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