Sundays Good Racing at Tijuana, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-15


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SUNDAYS GOOD RACING AT TIJUANA i SAN D1BUO, Cat, Pehraarj 11 favored byl v light weight. They shall Not Paaa. a filly which ! C. T. Wortbiagton, the Kentucky horseman, recently acquired in i claiming race curried off first t Itoaars in the ,300 Tijuana Business Mens Ban-dlcap here Sunday. The IuuroMi old daughter of r Payette was far back in tie- early rnnuing. but t muted hi with a terrific rush after entering tie i- stretch aid. taking I •• lead in lie- final sixteenth gagtelj withstood tie- belated challenge of Paddy i Whack. Tie- latter carried lie eolora • f 1 he Pacific ,. coysr turfman II. Y. Hong and finished a credit able second leu rhree-qaartera of a length behind I the winner after a fast anil menacing final I eighth challenge Wynacwoed was third after net ting praeticaUy all of the pace, which told an ii I ! him at the end. lerfect weather and a splendid card was instrumental in bringing imi an extraordinarily urge crowd of racing ratbusiaxta who witnessed an after-noon of racing which wat replete arith rhme fin isius In six of the eight races tin- ainaers ga aed I tin- dan labia by less than a length and the specta-tors were worked up to a high pitch of eathneiaam. Tkras horses rliaugerl iiatuls during the day via the p Im nn niii finite. In the fourth race the Uiininuthe fillj Anna Jarjgaaa was clairaed bv M. laadera for ,: SHROtl. while .1. aVkert added ta his stable in the e seventh rice by taking Sweet Apple for si.100. Io.| » the same race .1. A. Parson acquired Boh Baker rj for a like smwwnl II. I». Brown, the well known racing praaaoter. , Want an arrival lure yesterday, and was n Luest t I of the presiding stewards durinj; the running of the i- feature race. I •

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