Different Eyes Winner at Havana, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-29

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DIFFERENT EYES WINNER AT HAVANA HAVANA. Cuba. January 28. V wall arranged card furnished good apart at Oriental Dark Ihis afternoon. The majorit.v of the races were sprints, the eoiidiiioiis of three of l hem being framed for the po.ier class of platers. In the opener Finis wmi in easy fashion, earning front behind in the stretch after disponing of the tiring pacemaker Vim. Fait Accompli, after leading by six iraglhs. ¬ępuit ill the homestretch and was passed by both Aigrette and IM Harrison in the laal sixteenth. Loyalist was hard ridden to overtake Bread Line in the last eighth aad won by a neck. Different Byes made a runaway affair of t lie fourth. lie and Kuunyven were eipial favorites. The latter roald not keep up in Hie early running, but finished in resolute fashion to beat Discussion by a hall lengih for second place. Frank V. heal the favorite. The Pirate, by a half length in the mile elaimiug handicap. This Was the first victory this horse has scored at Ihis meeting. Ifradaworth polled up lame after beiag galloped this morning and was excused from starting in the sixth race. John .1. Uahaaya wife. Behert Padgetts wife and his daughter. Bath, arrived for a v;sjt of I en days. Both are prominent rJtfawaa of Balthauce and ale inliniate liiends of the assistant manager and starter, Janus f. Milton. N. L. Snelson assumed charge of Hie hoists belonging to the Florida Slable. Trainer Snelson has .1. Ioiu e under his employ, who is the younger In-other of C. loiice. who is liding in excellent form at New Orleans. The young, i Pome is ambitions in become a jockey ..ml will enter on lii- tiding coarse in a few days.


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