Mud Runners Have a Day: Changed Fair Grounds Going Causes Many Scratches, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-04


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MUD RUNNERS HAVE A DAY . • 3 Changed Fair Grounds Going Causes Many Scratches. Dancing Spray Furnishes Surprise in Principal Race — My Reverie First inJRace for Youngsters. $ i P.Y .1. K. DKMPSKY.t mow okkkans. La., lunrj :;. A big upset developed with the 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 -_r of Ike mill- Bad ;i sixteenth feature nice, having a pnc value f ,560, when thii f. t heavily barked odd--on f a - recite, sat I ■■In il in easy style to Paining spray. Tfce latter was Ugktly regarded, bat raced into a Ions lead front tke Datable and. boWai I good 1 ad mi tke others for tke entire race, won in ■ canter. Chief had to fight bard at tke ead u outstay Hadrian, wkick had offered a stubborn battle from tke start. Imt tired in tke stretch. The steady tains of yesterday changed tke track conditions anil favored those borne* wkick rim well in deep nunl. Because of tke changed going tkerc were numerous withdrawals fioni the different dashes. While in nowise comparing with the throng that witnessed the ■port on the opening day interest in the taring era* hy no means abated and the attendance was surprisingly large and included, a,s on the opening day. many of the eitys most representative people, an evidence that the race meeting has their unqualified indorsement. The sensational finishes of Saturday were lacking, 1 m t some of tke dashes were productive of interesting cotllo-l-. Tin two-year old fillies making their racing debut in the initial race held Interest to the close observers and the throe-eighths dash was aeeounted for by My Reverie, a daughter of lltimu- Keflex, carrying the colon of it. .1. Brown, she showed aptitude for the soft going and. taking the lead at on e after the start, won all the way and finished pulling up from S. A. Claptons .race E., which barely lasted to finish a nose better than Kvelvn White. Day Lilly furnished an up-ot in the second race when she scampered home in advance of tie in tended good tiling Corilla. with Locj Kate following the pair clos, ly. The veteran Back Hay. despite hi- thirteen years, proved mine than a much for his yemnger rivals. albeit they were not outstanding cracks. He sh wed the way from the start and won with speed in reserve from Logs and Hope Prim The best, contest of the afternoon reoalted with the running of the fifth race, in which maidens started. It went to Day of Peace, backed in confident style, which beat The foreigner b] a head. With Walk LTp in thin! place. Kings vig-mils finish Was the main factor in the victory. Jockey T. Koiaa was tie- first to feel starter Dades discipline, and "as suspended for tour daj- for dis obedience at the post while astride Tippitj Witckel in tke fourth race Saturday. The process of taking names of tke layers operating was continued this afternoon, but it occasioned no comiient. The minis were gathered by a captain of police.

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