Bally Easily Defeats over There: Lawrence Realization Winner Runs Worst Race in His Career-Seems to Have Trained Off, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-18


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BALLY EASILY DEFEATS OVER THERE Lawrence Realization Winner Runs Worst Race in His Career Seems to Have Trained Off. NEW YORK, N. Y October 17. Improved weather conditions attracted a good throng to the Yonkers track today. The program offered was of moderate caliber, the Eclipse Handicap at one and a sixteentli miles, promising a duel between W. R. Coes Over There and James Butlers Bally, overshadowing the other races. The race proved a distinct surprise, Bally winning eased up from his lone opponent, thus signalizing the first win of the meeting for his owner. However, the luster of the win was in a measure divided by the poor performance of Over There, which was held in pronounced favoritism. The Coe colt, after racing head and head with the winner for three-quarters of a mile, where the son of Ballot drew away and from thereon cantered to the winning line. Over There appeared to have sulked and has evidently trained off. lu the fifth race, next in interest to the handicap, four facM the starter. Blairgowrie being the lone absentee. M. Sheas Drummond on the strength of fast work was installed favorite and confirmed the judgment displayed by winning com-fortnbly from Pastoral Swain and Poultney. Pastoral Swain had good early speed, but when challenged was found wanting. The others were never serious contenders at any stage of the race. Adele. the favorite, was returned the winner of the third over a top-heavy field after a drive witli Ninety Simplex, getting the decision by the narrowest of margins. Helen Atkin, which pursued the pacemaker all the way, lasted to get third money from LInfirmier, which made the pace until well down the stretch. Thunderbird finally graduated from the maiden ranks by winning the opening dash after a hard drive, just outlasting Bridge Player by a short bead. Bridge Player came with a rush and looked a winner a sixteenth out. but hung in the final strides. Larghetto set a hot pace, but tired badly finally. F. Johnson sent a good thing to the post In the second in Cousin o Mine, which went to the front nt the start and made every post a winning one. Le Balafre was closest in pursuit throughout, followed by Parable, which drew the small end of the purse. G. Peterson purchased at private terms Youneed from T. Calcina and Koh-i-Noor and Eagazza of E. Arlington. T. J. Henley was in receipt of a letter from jockey L. Elisor that he would arrive here Monday In ample time to accept mounts. ,T. E. Madden stated today with the sale of Northern Belle Wednesday he had disposed of all the horses bred at Hamburg Place. Of the sixty-one head shipped east from Kentucky fifty-eight had been sold. May Alley, the only other ready to race, will be returned to Hamburg Place with Star Class at the end of this meeting. O. A. Applejrate claimed Bridge Player for ,200.

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