Purchases Billy Barton: C. A. Stoneham Secures Derby Candidate From M. Goldblatt.; Furbelow Defeats Different Eyes in Malecon Handicap--Docod Beaten in Rough Race., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-10


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PURCHASES BILLY BARTON C A Stoneham Secures Derby Candidate From M Goldblatt Furbelow Defeats Different Eyes Eyesin in Malecpn Handicap Docod DocodBeaten Beaten in Rough Race HAVANA Cuba March 9 The biggest Uirf Jen of the winter was consummated this morning when Charles A Stoneham president of the Cuba Ameri ¬ can Jockey CIu purchased from Mose Goldblatt the crack threeyearold Hilly Harton The amount involved in the purchase was not made public It was a big sum however Mr Stonehams main object iu securing Hilly Harton was to give him representation in the 50000 Kentucky Derby aud nlso The X15000 Cuban Derby in both of which Hilly Harton is eligible He has also beeu entered extensively in other rich fixtures to be run over Kentucky and New York tracks For the present Hilly Harton will remain in the care of Mr Gold ¬ blatt who will continue his training for the Derby engagement in Tuba anil afterward take him to Louisville for the Kentucky Derby in which hie race he will surely be a starter provided ho meets with no mishaps mishapsHilly Hilly Harton is one of the best bred colts in training lias started twice hero and wort both races which were stake events These were the Tuba American Handicap in which he ran three quarters of u mile in 111 the fastest time of the meeting at that distance and the Cuba Mile TwoYenrOlkl Clmmpionsliip in whlrhhe ran the mile lit 139 He raeed in Kentucky as a twoyear old running in claiming races and it was jout of these that owner Goldblatt secured him Since i ming to Cuba he has grown and developed and is the most improved horse now hen The colt is at present equal favorite with Aiken for the Cuban Derby He will l e eventually turned over to Jack Goldsborough who is the trainer of Mr Stonehums extensive stable in New York YorkTodays Todays racing was featured by the Malccou Handicap in which Furbelow carried Mose Gold blatts colors to victory ufter a hotly contested struggle With Different Kyes The latter alter ¬ nated with Sirocco in setting the pace with Fur ¬ below close at their heels Sirocco was the first to tire leaving Furbelow and Different Kyes to fight It out They measured strides all through the stretch the former drawing clear right at the cud cudColdblatt Coldblatt was not so fortnnat in the following nice his Docod having a tough time of it and after being cut off a couple of times only lost by a small margin Kxhorter led all the way but was hard pressed at the end endThe The attendance was large and speculntion ex ¬ ceedingly brisk briskInstina Instina R the chestnut filly by Palo Alto Mistlebroom bred at A K Macomhers California stud farm was returned an easy winner of the owning dash in which Athgarven was the prefer cnce in a bettiug way The latter ran poorly while the winner moved to the front entering the Homestretch and raced into a big lead at the end endF F Wilson who rode Justina K to victory in the opener came back in the following nice and landed Al Porter an easy winner Old Arthur Mid dleton threatened to score in this race leading for a half mile and then quitting badly finishing abso ¬ lutely last In the meantime Al Porter had been taking things easy and after the early pacemaker was eliminated leisurely moved to tin front and was in no danger thereafter thereafterA A L Austin turned K C Griffiths two horses Hiirnii and Cubanecanto over to Frank Stevens preparatory to leaving for Kentucky Thursday Cubanecanto is a prominent eligible for the Cuba Produce Stakes and has been working fast fastJockey Jockey F Hurley apprentice under contract to K T Wilson leaves tomorrow for New York where lie will report to T T Healey in charge of the Wilson stable at Helmont Park Jockey I Gordon who was severely injured when he was Thrown from Sayona a week ago is able to be at the track again for the first time since the accident

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