Kennedys Superior Riding: Mainly Responsible for Furbelows Victory in Marianao Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-24


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j I I , j I j i : , ! I I I . , KENNEDYS SUPERIOR RIDING 0 _J Mainly Responsible for Furbelows Victory in Marianao Handicap. * 1 -1 Secondary Feature to Walnut Hall — New Clubhouse Is Formally Opened. • a ■ r 1 HAVANA. Cuba. January 23.--Mose Coldblntt furnished the winn. r of the Marianao Handicap, the stake feature of a well -arranged Sunday program at Oriental Hark, in the foitr-y ear-old Fur-brtear. The victory of the daughter of Peter Ian xVas achieved mainly beeaaoe she was beat ridden at tl nil. Kennedy clearly eitlriding Hoffman • ii Belle of Klizabothtown. With rider* re vetoed the latter would have won. as she ran a capital rail- and appeared a likely winner after assuming Hie lead enlering the utretck, only to have it lossod away at the last few strides The secondary attraction of the afternoon, the Havana Host Handicap, tell p. the Armenia Stable* Walnut Hall, which led Bihar lei and Bally all the way and gamely outstayed them in a spirited finis],. The Deikl filly Bread Line was the choice in the opener and. although leading all the xvay. was fortunate to win. Sayona just failing to overtake her in a last closing rush. There was another dose finish i„ t|1. following race. Ciatian holding a slender xvinning margin over Booeate after a grueling stretch drive. Jockey U. Manuaii attempted to Krore .1 innaway victory with J. OOKtellen Merry Keast in the third race. He did succeed in stealing a inarch on the others and. opening up a wide gap. appeared to have the race xxon entering the stretch. Hoxvever. the mare was not equal to the task and with victory in her grasp, tired from excessive exertion and gave away to Uiinnx veu in n,,. last fifty yards. The beautiful new clubhouse of the Cuba -American Jockey Club at Oriental Hark. Marianao. Cuba. was formally dedicated Saturday evening xvith a wonderful dinner and dance. The great rccep-. tiou rooms and the splendid foyer were thronged with aristocracy and spoil loving Americans and their Cuban associates. ,t the appelated hour of 8:33 the guests were seated to dinner upon .the "I." shaped rent, with the dancing room cleared. The floral decora 1 ions in the dinner gal-den atop the clubhouse were simply wonderful. The guests, especially the women, had been eh, r using their surprise and delight at the decorative scheme below in the clubhouse, bat broke forth with new praises as so-n as they caught a glimpse of Iho hallr 11 and dfaiag arrangements. of course, it was a wonderful dinner Reaeral man ager Hrueii was personally in charge and Bade* his skillful direction every guest was ooncenially placed and looked after by the well-trained inein- hers of the eluh"s staff. The menu was excellent and the service unsurpassed. The spirit of the evening xvas "a good time." Dancing nuitinueil until an early hour this morning ami the ibdici lion of the new clubhouse xvas proclaimed a huge success. Fifty-one entries have been received for the Hrcsident Memcal Handicap, for a mile and a quar tor. for which 83.888 has been added. This stake will have its renewal Sunday. January 30. W. Cedar boaght Beaacaire from Mrs. William Daly. Judge Clark of Hloomingt 11. HI., was among todays arrivals. Jockey Baffler was suspended five days for rough riding in the Maiianao Handicap, in which he rode Belle of Kli/.abethtoxxn. Heninaii was also gixeii five days for cutting across in fnoat of the other* directly after the start with Lady Heater in the sixth race.

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