Good Racing at Havana Saturday, Daily Racing Form, 1919-12-01


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GOOD RACING AT HAVANA SATURDAY HAVANA. Cuba, November 29 Delayed in transmission. Racing conditions at Oriental lark this afternoon could not have lieen improved upon. The afternoon was perfect for outdoor sports and a large gathering witnessed the racing. E. 1. OMeara ami M. Kohu fuinislnsl four winners. Spectacular dill finished with a rush in her race, getting up in the last twenty yards. Zoie outganied Magnet Land and 1Iantarede. Fiiar made a runaway affair of the fourth, while Circulate was shaken up to beat out llarlock by a scant length. Avion looked like the winner until rounding the far turn, where he quit. Crystal Day passed Avion with a rush. A number -of wealthy Cubans are contemplating entering racing as owners and they have leon inspecting Ham- Payne Whitneys yearlings, which are in the care of J. W. Pangle. There is a probability that a iiuiuImt of the youngsters will change ownership shortly. Mr. Whitney is reported arranging a viit to Cuba next February. John J. Me raw has been commissioned to rent a bouse near Havana for Edward lieale McU-an, the Washington-Cincinnati newspaper proprietor, who will arrive shortly. - Helen Atkin and Siinningdale, the horses purchased by D. Hammond from Frank Weir at lini-lico, together with Smart Money, Hush and Clark M.. have arrived. Zole and Inar ran under the colors of M. Kohn. sporting goods denier of Havana, who purchased them with Shiro from Kay Siience prior to the opening of the meeting. Spence continues as trainer. Irwin Kirkwood, proprietor of the Kansas City Star, accompanied by his wife, were visitors to Oriental Park this afternoon. An indication of Increased attendance over previous years was apparent from the fact that more programs were sold this afternoon than on any Saturday since racing was inaugurated in Cuba.

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