My Adas Narrow Victory: Wins Principal Offering at Havana in Sensational Finish, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-27


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MY ADAS NARROW VICTORY ■ ♦ ; Wins Principal Offering at Havana in Sensational Finish. » Currency and El Coronel Disappointing Favorites — Fine Card for Sundays Racing. HAVANA Cuba, lehruai.. 28. -The mill- :inil an eighth race, run as tin- sixih. araa the m. st pretentious offering Of lnda •«. PNKIMI of seven luiis that attracted * goad ri» rmwd al Orieatal Park this afternoon, ii resetted ia -lining finish, the Keataaere Farm Btabie* My Ada heiag retained rhe winner ever Rhymer b the maaUeai of margine. .t until the judges decision was aaaoanced were the spectatora ahle to determine whether My Ada nr Rhymer had won. Wilson rode a strong Asian • ni the a lane i iad aided materially in her victory. The Baqairrr eaaae back today with aaether fiae nerfarnaaace to neore in the foarth race, lie- raced i n the cnitsiiic of the trader* .ill the way. hal was M|iial t the task ahea railed oa la the stretch, reap ndiag gamelj aad diaaing away lata a safe lead at the tad, uiiii the tiring pacemaker, Perhapa, a haagth aad ■ half behiad him. II. I. hitinys filly Noontime funnel the la-rreaaed dfattaoce "f ■ half mile mere to her liking aad wnn the bah race that began the afternoons •port. Kiiiin iy brought her araaad the leaders n the stretch turn ami. raciest Toal de Suite late de feat, held Athgarvea aafe in the final eighth. Ni|w ran ■ sparkling race to ■core la the itiraad. II.- showed the way throughout and after Fail Aceaesadl and lna Wood bad been eliminated forfght • •ut an lutereatlag stretch duel with bade May. withstanding the latter* challenge ia gaaie fasbioa. fin i em ■ defeat in the third was i bard Maa ta the paMic. a* be n- aa aatataadiag choice. Mi- led i.. the last sixteenth, ahere he tired aad gave way to Peasant, the latter getting the verdict by a aeck. Kl in iiel was another disappointment, finJabing unplaced in the fifth rare, in wliii h be was the wftrm favorite. Priace Bone re was retaraed Ihe winner, balding sway from sunt ta finish. TODAYS BIG STAKE FEATURE. The uba -Ainei ican Jockey and Anlo Club lias pro tided » aoteaorthy program of seven races so entertain its patroas twaaaa. The chief event will lie th. 83,888 Rotary iluh Handicap, named in honor of a popular local organization by that nanii . The race h one af the new stakes inaagu-rated this year and promia*-* to aaaaair importance :i one of the valuable Hlf IiMures here. The til hi ii racing members of th.- dab will tnra out in full force to witness the big race ami prior to the taie- will sit limn to an elaborate break fast in the clahboaae. The riders in the Rotary liili Handicap, to he inn tomorrow, will he as follow*: Amerieaa Aee, Kelaay; Maaabo Jumbo, Hotel: Osgood. Ii man: Different Eyes, Wilson; Biropen, llckena: llclle of Eliaabethtowa, Hoffler; out the Way, Keanedy; Tacola, Fran-is: Kcdland. Burns. Jerkej Kennedy will, in the feature, not he en titled i«j ihe apprentice allowance of five pounds, a* it aa* a year ago bad Thursday at Jefferson Phrh thai be rede hi-- first winner. Peggy c. A. c. Robertson bia aix-year-otd geldlag Attorney Mnir to k. Baadersoa on private term*. Edward « riaran. m i II I aaa a snertaanaa of Troy, N. Y.. departs Monday for home. B. 1-. Pltagerald sent taa ariaaer to the aosl this aftem i vlnn he saddled Kepe and Feasant. both of hieh race under the colors of ll. Coaaa. Jockey Mi I iei mo! i aaa saapeaded for fifteen days I for catting acroe* in front of the otheis while J astride Kind Uoasal directly after the -tart in the sereatfa race

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