Fine Racing at Havana: Mondays Program Replete with Thrills and Close Finishes, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-15


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i , ; i - 1 1 i i | 1 FINE RACING AT HAVANA Mondays Program Replete with Thrills and Close Finishes. — ♦ — Riding- of Kelsay and Penman Outstanding Incidents — Several Horses Sold at Auction. — ♦ — Havana. ..:a. Pebmarj it. There was a re- markabty goml attendance present today at Oriental Lark ami with racing conditions almost perfect a fine after. ;o ns sport was had. The riding of W. Kelsay was the outstanding incident of the after* He rode the first three winneva and it was through his energetic work in tin smlillo that his n-oiints wen- victorious, each Winning by a small margin. L Pensnaa shared with Kelsay the ipotlight of pui in- approval, as he rude twv winners .--nd finished second with another: Coseorr.ei bent a band of maiden tw o -year -olds in the opener, bill had lo stand a long hard stretch drive to score over Hyeres by three parts of a length. Experiment, in ■ desperate drive, just lasted long enough to win the scoiul by a nose from Kayman. and in the third Doctor O. had only a In ad ad-rantage over Twenty Seven. Ilia Wood won I he fourth. After she had as sumed a big lead entering the stretch she tired suddenly and was driving hard to hold Superior -ale al the end. Ed Garrison and Duke Raff were easy winners in the final races of the afternoon. Jockey Fames miraculously escaped serious injury when he was thrown from Emma W. lust after the start in l he first race. Tim hay fell violent l. to lie- mound and was rendered unconscious. When revived it was found that he had sustained nothing more serious than a few bruises. The Armenia Stable, which attained the lead in the lis- of winning owners at Oriental lark early :n the year, continues to occupy that enviable position. lis parse earnings, including Sundays racing, rcaehea a grand total of 5,975. Rose lloldhlatl lies displaced B. Alvarez for second place witli winnings of which is a couple .if hundred mere than the earnings of the Alvarez stable. The victory of Sweep Chan Sunday in the i. m;ii I National Handicap places her owner, the tioldapple Stable, in fifth position, with a credit i 0,760 Thirty-four owners nuve won ,000 or over to date. The following is a list • f those who have won aver 0,000: Am ia Stable. 5,075: M. Goidblatt. xi9.L". i: F. Alvares. 0,315; T. Doiyg, 1,890; Tha Gold- apple stable 0,700. Despite the absence from riding during the pas week f F. Wilson la- still iutn ins his had in lie lis! ..f winn lag riders at Oriental Dark, bavin-, ridden forty-three winners to date against thirty-six credited to Bert Kennedy, his nearest rival for first honors. Koundol. the winner of five races this meeting. brought the toil price of ,0*6 al an auction Bale of horses held in the paddock after the races Sunday, which is considered a low figure .1. .1 Me Caffertv was the buyer. The following are tie-other smiles: .lust Fancy, to Williams Bros., SLOtHL Axurita, Williams Bros.. ,000; Bhyaaer, J. .1. McCifferiy. 1921.sh00; Chefa, o. Bice. 00: Bavens**. i Price, 50; Maricnaa, M. Oliver, s:jr.; Bugles II. H. A. Cotton, 05; Babniyat, H. B. Davis. SlIK. Jockey -L Francis was taken sick and forced to i-ancel ids engagements !•• ride Joe Manciui, Doctor D. Director James. Pokey -lane and Duke Luff Jockey B. Fall, who has l.een confined to a local hospiial for several weeks, is rapidly improving ami will return to tin- saddle early next week. The Armonia Stable reports the bind mare Primity slipped a foal by Bbaaeuwaj at the Caimito Banrh on Sunday. .lockevs Barnes ami Fletcher have been suspemled indefnibeiy for rough riding in the Grand National Handicap on Sunday. I., c Woodrig. the well-known sportsman and race patron of Cincinnati, arrived todaj for a tw., . ;• three weeks visit. He was accompanied bj bis nieces, the Misses Gertrude ami Felice Enneklng, also of Cincinnati. Intil such tile as H. Shields has tarnished proof to tin- stewards thai be or ownei Bangs baa made satisfactory payment or settlement for the horse Bhymer entries from Ins »taMe will be refuse.. B. J. Williams will let he permitted to enter or atari any horses owned or trained by him for one week, because he creaied a disturbunce in the paddock after the last race on Sunday and struck 1 owner H. shields. ♦

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