W. R. Coe Entry Beaten: Cleopatra and Cinderella Disappoint Backers in Main Race, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-08


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W. R. COE ENTRY BEATEN Cleopatra and Cinderella Disappoint Backers in Main Race. L Head Over Heels the Winner After Spirited Finish with Added Starter Betty J. NEW YORK. X. Y., October 7. The Hiawatha Handicap for two-year-olds, with ,500 added, was the stellar attraction of a fair program at Jamaica today and brought out u fair-sized crowd. The withdrawal of Sugarmlnt and the addition of Betty J. by W. J. Salmon, sent a field of five to the post and presaged a nice of more than ordinary interest. The Cue entry. Cleopatra and Cinderella, was backed into overwhelming favoritism, but proved a severe disappointment to its many admirers. Head Over Heels, next in favor, shot to the front at the barriers rise and set a hot pace, hut was hard ridden at the end to withstand the powerful rush of Hetty J., which closed in courageous fashion. Cleopatra, which was popularly conceded to be the better of tiie Coe pair, found her crushing impost too much for her, but ran a creditable race, although she could never get near the leaders at any part of it. The third race, a handicap for all ages, suffered from the withdrawal of Nutcracker, leaving but Recount and Lady Gertrude to face the starter. The latter was considered best and closed favorite. She fully justified expectations by drawing away from Recount at the half and won with her rider looking backward. Nutcracker was excused by the stewards from the third race, the colt having pulled up lame after being worked this morning. After Paddy won the second race in a driving finish with Tommywaac. the winner was boosted to ?1,500 bv F. 31. Brown and sold. The stablef M-LchwartzvilUbe. shipped here, from refiirel aria campaigned" until the termination of the New York fall season, then be sent to limlico. W. Young claimed Stepson out of the sixth race Monday for-,,200 and M. J. Murphy took Chief for ,otiO. The latter was sold today to M. F. MarUus, but will be trained by Mr. Murphy. K. M. Brown sold Capt. Abe to M. J . Murphy at private terms, while C. Ruxton acquired Iudiseret at private sale. 1 T. China sent L. Waterburys three-year-old Chasseur to Latonia to Miller Henderson, who will saddle the colt in the Latonia Championship Stakes. T. .T. Carroll sold Cadillac to T. Kallmann, which was shipped to Latonia to his new owner with Chasseur. W. Shea has taken a contract on the apprentice ;oekey T. Rowan for the remainder of the fall season. Bnllybcll was claimed by W. J. Ridel for ,210 yesterday. Fair" Wand has been shipped to Laurel to fill her stake engagements there and le prepared for the Howie Stakes, to be run at limlico. F. Hyer, acting for I. S. P. Randolph, secured Heavy Weapon after the hitters victory yesterday, boosting him from his entered price of 00 to ,000.

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