Double for C. B. Irwin: Myrtle A. and Woodie Montgomery Win for Wyoming Turfman-Halter Men Busy, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-19


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■ i 1 j 1 [ I I 1 *| ! I 1 1 J j I » j I j I 1 ! : ■ | j j j : ■ I " i j •* - I • i I ■ " • ; • " Ml 0 J •_ ■ •J • 1 J DOUBLE FOR C. B. IRWIN Myrtle A. and Woodie Montgomery Win forj j Wyoming Turfman — Halter Men Busy. SAN DIBGO, al.. February 18.— By winning the j sixth race- at five- and eein-half furlongs with his I good mare Myrtle A. and continuing his success in I the sevenlh with his re-cently acepiired ptatei Woodie- Meentgoniory, . Ii. Itwin. the Wyoming In |si man. score-el a eloiible- victory yesterday at Tijuana. The success of Mwtle- A was accomplished in hollow fashion, she taking the- lead seeon after the-I start and. maintaining it throughout, won in a I Mcaater. The defeat of Hilly Lane, the- odds-on choice in the- race, proved a stunning blow to tin-, talent, who had backed him into strong favoritism. However, hi- raced disappoiatiaxljr aad joe-key Mai -ine-lli bad] him driving before tin- horses had raced a entailer to keep him in a forward peesition. Freakish Wearhcr prevailed in the afternoon. Just as the- horses were going to tin- post in the- first j, race the rain fell beavitj, but by the time the bugle called "Boeta anil Saelelb s in the- second .■the- skies Intel eleancl and tin- mm was again shining. .lo.key rabio Martin./, carried off tin- laddie . homus eef the clay by piloting both Myrtle A. anil. Woodie Montgomery to victory. I Zamleeih. the- e titan sou of flcaccal Roberta,! •I Bccoaated for tin- aecead race of the day at three- e|uarl.-rs mile, aayhag better than tweniy-five- to, 1 1 one- in thi mac iiini-s. Hi- ihowed that deepite . his years of winter and summer racing he i still i able- to win. The two petitions relative- to whether the beroe-; men de-sired the- maiiagemi-nt to cut up and dec pea 1 ; I the track were retaraed to areekteat laaaea W. j lOoffrotb yestc-rday. The- one advocating tin- cut- ting up of the track was iu the minority, with : [.but few signatures, and the course- will be left as " jit is. It was found that the oniy OWatia thai wanted the present condition of the- track chaaged were bavaeaaea who owned aotarioaa rripplea. Jockey K. Josiah. the promising appriiitie-e- rider I iiiiebi- coutraet to ciarenie- Haxtea. who arrived here? ycaterdajr. losi m, rhae in gettiag late actianl ! and RlieptlaC his first mouiit. There was much activity among the claim ni; ■ brigade yesterday, tour horses chaagiag hands., c. Whjte nhtaiaed his coailatejal mad runner Mann ; i-hi-ii back by taking him out ef the third race far shoo, lb n Payee, the winner of the initial dash, went to ,V- Deny for ssoo ami . B. . Irwin lost Da by Ion -an for *90O. W. Mikel taking * ; him for the last nani.-il eniisidi-ratiieii. In the . 1 leesing race el the- afteraeea w. L. Btaafleld 1 laimecl i.eiieral D.vng for Sl.loO. Ka. ing leeretary Leea Wing is arranging a hurdle j . race- at one mil,- and a half. Which will be held ! j I in tin- mar fatare. from tin- preaml aatleok at: bast eight horses will participate iu it. Another feature- which Wing is working e n is a 1 nioing pie-ture stars- race. In this i-veut Ih 1 thoieeiighbrc-ds will !«• rieldeii by artists ..f the I Mileat come.ty ami drama and already Wing ba*4 the pramiee .if neveral well-kaowa ampM atara to 1 ride iu It. The track management will preaeat the winning rider with a gold cup. « .

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