Bread Man Wins Again: Scores Fourth Straight Victory in New Years Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-02


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BREAD MAN WINS AGAIN ♦ I Scores Fourth Straight Victory in New Years Handicap. ♦ Edward Cebrian Furnishes First Two-Year-Old Winner of Year at Oriental Park. • HAVANA, Cuba. January 1. — Before one of the largest crowd- thai has witnessed the racing ;it Oriental Park daring the present meeting Mra. . It. Butts Gotdea Maxim call BtcmI Man won tke Men Years Handicap, the Reeoad stake feature he baa captured here and hi- fourth consecutive victory. He m ridden i y II. Gamer, made- all the pace and held Night Wind Rate in a terrific final drive. The Utter was the surprise of the race, being quoted at 80 to 1 in the netting and never considered to have a eliance. However, he raced in I Invest pursuit of the winner, tun was tiring in the last few strides. romwell found Us burden of 12B pounds too niueli and he finished a distant third. The day am* an ideal one for outdoor sport and the track improved considerably as the afternoon progre — ed The volume of apeenlatton was ex tremoly heavy. There was a mishap during the running of the fiftli rasa, in which Jrntian and Natural fell. Jockey Wilson escaped with a -baking up, while Hunt came out of the mix up with Praised shoulder-. I.dward Cebrian. the California breeder. furnished the winner of the fir-t baby race of the new year in Hold Me. a laughter of Von Tromp Dally. She displayed ,-i high order of -peed .toil vxikU- "Mi *L up In -! tMUSlllM. Opulent, a go id looking -on of Hilarious Rosetinge. from the stable of William- Itros.. ams the public choice, but he ran green and eras always out -distanced. He srill show to better advantage a ith more racing and wirier education. Another of Von Tromp- progeny was victorious when the four-year-old Norfolk Belle led all the way in the Seconal, never seriously menaced Automatic Bed. the extreme outsider in betting calculations. 25 to 1 being laid against hi-chances, was second and Top Rung third. W. Crump and the veteran Baig r I Farmed the winning combination in the third race, in which Count Moris was a pronounced but disappointing favorite. Brers yard of the five ami a half furlong- of the fourth race Found Uold Stone and Fleer fighting out a stubbornly rente uted battle, the result of which remained in doubt until the last few strides, the fir-! mentioned holding on gamely to a slight advantage, which he had scored on the far turn. Frank Sleinhart was host in the Oriental Park clubhouse on New Years Kve to lfifl friend-. the uiie-ts included people prominent in Havanas bu-i-aesa and social life. Ueneral manager of the race Hack Prank Bruen end other officials attended the repast, which was enjoyed by the many guests, who said that they bettered it 1" lie the most sumptuously prepared for any -ituilar onrush n in some I ran, I. .1. Buckleys good fill Helen Atkia has been forced into temporary retirement a- a result of having been kicked on the front kt by Bnford in their race lasl Tuesday. The injured part has -wollen to twice it- natural sine and Dr. F. W. Ank«, who has been attending the filly, believes that -lie will be out of training for at least two or three weeks. I. Keyes sold to H A. Cotton for a private con sideration the four-year-old roll Ilutraek.

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