Sailors Return to Form: Gives Him Easy Victory in Tijuana Main Race-be Frank Slightly Lame, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-12


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• n , it is I t, • u " ; I all " - *■ of "- the " of • II s- "■ t r 1 ta " 11 ?• ; are j" . 1,1 " r*i the " **, f-N_ i ■ IT. e a ul , ead m a ■ ei *■ I 11 11 in " r« s list " j I and ll! . [ ■ a | ■■ • "* "f ■! in- n" j ] gel •" SAILORS RETURN TO FORM Gives Him Easy Victory in Tijuana Main Race— Be Frank Slightly 3 J Lame. SAN DIBCfO. CaL. K.l.iu.iry 11. Sailor, shawiac a return t-i his ajaad eastern form, accounted for the Kl Sol Handicap acre yesterday, which was the fifth race ■■■ a unell arraaved card. The race was at a mile ami sixteenth, with the i p.. Irwin entry. Begreno and Lady in Black the public choice and top heavy favorites in the matael nuichine*. How ever, the entry was forced to acknowledge defeat before the fast closing rush of Sailor, which, after being badly outpaced early, came around his opponents and won, with Jockey W. Taylor -itiin -still. Ladj in Black, flntehlng gamely, wa* aecond. a length in fraul of her stable mate. Begreao. The latter loomed up menacingly an . ihth out, but ouil when seemiuglj Ihe winner. D.nn.iy. which had s,-t the pace t:ntil turning for home, tired and finished .iust aatside the money. Close finisiies were Ihe order af the day, par ticalarly in the flrat three races, which resulted in pi • k or ileciataan. Aft, i- Kiposta had "Ml tie- last ia. -... i: wa* found thai she had In i n claimed by t. B. Irwin, the latti-i taking her for 91,000. Irwla is her original owmi and since losin-r the goad sariater ahe ha* . been claiaaed by several different horsemen, aal to find her wa] I. ark to the Wyoming turfmans , barn. lie Frank. Ihe winner of the SlO.iMM Hail Call foinia Handicap, and Thunderstorm are both declared out of the Tijuana Business Mens Handicap. which will be run next Sunday. Be Iniiik has a i slight aweUing of ihe ankle an. I trainer Harry Im. a ha* decided not to take any chances with , him. Thunderstorm i* oiiiH sore an I it i* n , ported that be will be pointed for the |20.000 I 1 COffroth Handicap, which is to be run on April :t. . I j The pa**port regulations, which have never been! , I sci-iou*. an- beiag adjusted. One day paaap an* are . I issued to tin- visitor on the train*, or he or ahe • j ran procure a tin-day paaamnrl or a yearly .-aril if | they so desire. These .-ire honored at the line Tii,. trowds an- handled fast ami there i* no delay in passing over the border. The good mare Ihedoden was find thi* morning for a -plint in the off fore keg. Trainer Dick ; Bipley will have her on the shelf for some lime . gala -p. -rial three days of racial has bees I provided for Saturday. Sunday and Monday. "n i the first named day the Lincoln Birthday Handicap i will be inn. While the Tijuana Business Mens . Handicap i* down for Baaaday. 0a Monday, ihe ! u*ual Off-day, there will tie racinc. with the Val eiitines Day Ilandiiap the feature of tin afternoon A large crowd of racing devotees ale expected from I.os Aagelea and San I"rancl*co to witnes* i tin iiinninjr of these attractions. The colt Apricot, bred and owned by George Wiagfleid, the mast r of the eada Stock I-aiii which make* ii* debut tomorrow m tin- Juvenile race, i* tin- first foal of the one t inn fast sprinP-i 1 Scarlet oak*. He i* by Athellag II.. Wiagfields [ Bnglhdt stallion and is reported lo l» a l 1 I jrouagster with a high turn of ap ed. _ * _

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