American Ace Victorious: Easily Accounts for Mile Handicap at Havana-Jockey Wilson in Limelight, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-06


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AMERICAN ACE VICTORIOUS Easily Accounts for Mile Handicap at Havana — Jockey Wilson in Limelight. HAVANA. Cuba. January ... Edward Obriana American Ace won Die mile handicap, the principal attraction at oriental Mark today, lie assumed the lead on the backstn tch and easily held command the remainder of the way. Bally was aeeoad and Buford third, the latter tiring after faiag three-quarter-. Jockey F. Wil-on liuiir.-.l proininently in the afternoons reaatta, riding two winners in succession and linishing second with two of hi- other mounts. Wilson w i- astride Hcarpia II. and Mare-hona. the leaaectire winner- of the second and third race-. The finish - I the day came in the fifth race w in-n Just Fancy, The Pirate and Mather crooned He- winning line in the order named with the smallest of margin- separating them The oohus ,,f Geo. M. Hcndrie, the wealthy Canadian spertaman, will be seen in public for the first time at Oriental Maik at this meeting tomor row ah*1 a the speedy colt Rxhorter will start in the fifth race. O. B. Van Winkle claimed Little F*l in the sixth race Tuesday tor ."|il. K» from W. If. Hall, who had acquired the In rae in a s. lling race last Friday for si 100. J. F. Harney ha- been engaged to train the stable belonging to Mrs. A. M. ail. M. B. Kittleman known as the "Cyclone Kid." pride of the cow Ihiv- and who a di cade back was i lie of the greatest fool runners in the Halted State-, arrived today from New York lor an extended i-it. He was accompanied hy D Higgins of New-York. Jockey Manga a lost his apprentice allowance when he rode lie to victoiy on Tuesday. II. Rahlaaiia. the rider of Fait Accompli in the first race today, was snapeaded or five day- by the starter for disobedience at the poet.

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