Riverside Finally Beaten: After Eight Consecutive Victories He Meets First Reverse at Havana Yesterday, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-02


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j ; ■ RIVERSIDE FINALLY BEATEN I After Eight Consecutive Victories He Meets j • First Reverse at Havana Yesterday. HAVANA. Cuba. Pehraary I. The li mania Stable"- consistent racer Uiv.r-iie met his first • defeal this nfternaaa after a strteg of eight 1 roaaceaHve victories when be was beaten a length 1 by The Bftac Duke in the sixth race. The coiiilition-of this called for a three quarters dash and had a • purse ..f si. 000. Biverside forced a fast pace fraaa the start and had ■ -trenuous time in racing with .of the speedy Assumption. He eras in the lead ii. 1 the la-i eighth, where The P.hie Duke wore him 1 down to win In a driving finish by a scant leagtfe The three-quarters were run in 1:11%, the firel quarter in 22-.-.. the half In 48. Poaa r re at and Furbelow were iH.th fraclious at the posl in the third and fourth races, respectively. : no when the -tart- came Pouierene refu-ed to start 1 and had to be whipped from the barrier. Pal be low, • which led when the barrier was sprang, bolted to the end of the chute. This mare has done the -line thing before. The i.e-t finish of the afternoon caaae with the running of tiic fifth race in which Punctual. Whi;.-poarwfl] and Wilfreda pnssed the wlaahtg mark k heads and necks apart. Heavy cloud- ovefhaag the track after the raaaahag of the first three race- and iudi.atiin-pelat to rain daring the night. K. P. Baxter claimed the winner of the sixth h race for sl.siMI. The Kosedale Stables five year old gehUng Loyalist, bj The Milliliter Ancient, will In out of train- iiiir fir several week- a- a result of of his |cga s • havlag filled up. It i- most mi fortunate for the e owner, as the horse was in winning form and wonhl il probably have added several more victories to his B I ■ credit before the end of the eeaaoa. Bfll Voadaa s paid 28 for him at an auction sale at Latonia a last fall when the gelding appeared hop.le-sly y broken down. 1 For tin- se.oiid time this Week .jockey Crump araa - forced to cancel his riding engagements on account t I . f illness due to excessive redueillK. The Al mania Stable -old the horse Btock Prince .• to K. J. Crawford on private term-. I.lazeaway. winner of six straight races here, • ; , has been retired and sen! to the Arinonias Stables I j lamailo Kandi. I Jack OaMalwwWIgh. after a -holt vi-it. departed II today for New Yc rk. where he will look after the horses bekaagiag to Charles A. Stonehani. president • 1 Of toe Cuba-Amei ican Jockey and Auto Club. Join Harrigaa, a well known hanlntaa man of Havana and a frequent vi-itor at Oriental Park I , left today for New York. Jockey Mall was taken -i. k this niornins and : r. moved to a meal hospital.

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