Aiken Is Again Victorious: Displays Fine Speed in Accounting for Carnival Handicap.; Pickens and Kelsay Divide Riding Honors of Day, Each Piloting Two Winners., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-02


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AIKEN IS AGAIN VICTORIOUS Displays Fine Speed in Accounting for Carnival Handicap Pickens and Kelsay Divide Riding Honors of Day Each Pilot ¬ ing Two Winners HAVANA Cuba March 1 The Armenia Stables jtromising threeyearold Aiken beat a band of the best all aged horses racing here when he w 5n the Carnival Handicap at Oriental Park this afteinoon Aiken was ridden by Piekens and gave away weight t every horse in the race made all the pace and won under restraint by a length and a hair from 1aHtoureaii It was Aikens second start of his turf career and his second victory General 1 M Gomez coupled witii Aiken was fourth biing beaten by a head by I tally for third place placeAiken Aiken is a son of Peter Pan Kasy Street by Jchn oGauut and a product of Harry Payne Whitneys famous breeding establishment He was brought to Cuba last year and sold to his present owner but never raced as a twoyearold From the impressive manner in which he has won his only two races tlie Armenia Stable apparently has a formidable candidate for the big threeyearold prizes of the year yearKelsay Kelsay and Pickens divided the riding honors f the day each piloting two winners Kelsay was astride Molinero and Joe WSiipple the victors in the second and third races while Pickcns rodo the winners of the following two races racesAmerican American Soldier accounted for the sixth race qpining from behind in the stretch to overtake the leJjflors in Hie t trefcliaiidWiiiM y a length with OMalley second and the favorite Fireworth in third place placeThe The Union Club Handicap with 3000 added at a mile and a sixteenth was one of the stakes instituted this year and will have its inaugural running on Sunday March 5 There are seventyone eligibles the greater number of which have shown good performances in other stakes This is a larger number than entered In any other stake this year 7 S lialdwin owner of a small stable racing here left today for llagerstown Md to take up liorses which he had wintered there He will later ship them to Chagrin Falls Ohio OhioHarry Harry Abrains an eastern bookmaker arrived this morning from Florida after spending several weeks at Palm Itcach and Miami He was accompanied by his wife Mr and Mrs Abrains will remain here until the middle of March before returning to their home at Freeport Long Island IslandW W It Padgett has been forced to let up on a number of horses due to lameness and other ail ¬ ments Those on the shelf include Itronco liilly Nettle Walcutt Sister Susiu the latter having blistered ankle trouble Mr Padgett is planning to ship tin stable to the Chagrin Falls course in a few weeks weeksAmong Among todays visitors were Mr Owslev Itrown mid wife of Lcuisville Ky Mr and Mrs W L Hoagland of Detroit Mich Ceo M Morgan pro ¬ prietor of the Mansion House at Dover N 1 James Lyons of Morrislown N 1 Itoth of the last mentioned are wellknown racegoers of the metropolitan circuit

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