Only One Favorite Wins: All but Allah Suffer Defeat at Havana Yesterday.; Arrangements Made for Departure Next Week of Stables to Kentucky and Maryland., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-22


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ONLY ONE FAVORITE WINS All but Allah Suffer Defeat at Havana Yesterday Arrangements Made for Depar ¬ ture Next Week of Stables to Kentucky and Maryland HAVANA Cuba March til Mondays program it Oriental Park linil no outstanding feature the sixth and last race of the day furnishing the best contest It was a dash of a mile and fifty yards and the finish found HarlocU Candle Light and Darnley engaged in a desperate struggle the first mentioned gamely holding on to tho lead which he enjoyed from the start Darnley threatened seri ¬ ously at the head of the stretch and then dandle Light loomed ni menacingly in the final quarter hut the Moody representative gamely and success ¬ fully withstood lx th attacks attacksFavorites Favorites had a touch time of it Allah in the first being the only one to win Nepe was a big disappointment in the fourth tiring badly leading for a half mile Osgood was another that failed to race up to expectations his defeat coming in tho fifth won by Jacobean after a sharp brush with Flying Frog FrogThe The McOee gelding Allah at oddsou won the first race of the afternoon He was much best and ran aecordinply showing the way from barrier rise to the finish without encountering any serious opposition Dixie Flyer was second tiring at the end after a vain endeavor to overtake the flyiiifj Render Tljird money went to Oiega wliiclhekjwed fast and just failed to wrest second place from Dixie Flyer FlyerTwo Two outsiders in Tuauorea and Kathleen K led home the fayorite George AY in the second race the first mentioned scoring easily with a three lengths winning margin over Kathleen K KItaeing Itaeing into a big lead soon after the start of the third race Talent held sway throughout and his early advantage was such that it enabled him to last long enough to get the decision although he was tiring badly at the end endJockey Jockey F Porretto who had the mount on Jaco ¬ bean in he fourth race is a native of New Orleans He is the nephew of 0 Lorretto The former riding his first mount rode as cool as an old timer when he was challenged by Flying Frog in the final eighth eighthJockey Jockey F Hunt was suspended for the remainder of the meeting for rough riding on Talent the winner of the third race raceTAMES TAMES MCLAUGHLIN RETURNS TO NEW YORK YORKJames James Mclaughlin who acted as official timer at Oriental Park left for the States this morning accompanied by his son Austin McLaughlin who was confined in a local sanitarium the past few weeks as a result of injuries sustained when he fell off Tuauorea TuauoreaSidney Sidney Bender who is in charge of transporta ¬ tion has completed arrangements for three special horse trains to leave for the North after the close of the meeting The first of these which is des ¬ tined for Kentucky points will leave Monday March 28 and consist of six threedoor seventy foot steel express cars and one Pullman and will be run from Key West The second section is due in Louisville March 30 and will carry the following stables M Ooldblatt K Cebrian AVilliams Bros K 15 Allen AV II Hall AV F Knebelkamp Muckeiifuss AV German U J link M Shields AV Feuchter AV II Schwartz T Hoffler K L Fitz ¬ gerald and J H Moody The last named stable is destined for Latonia LatoniaA A second special Ixuind for Havre de Grace on Tuesday March 20 and consisting of ten seventy foot threedoor steel express cars one Pullman and a day coach The train is due to reach Havre de Grace the following Thursday These stables will be aboard H B Rice D Hammond A F Dayton T K Edwards T Hodge N L Snelson G Middleton AV Cedar G Graham F A Herold II Kennedy O Aran Winkle II Shields 17 J Crawford J Bauer J S Whatley 1 S Fountain O Fountain H I Springer 1 Carter F Del barrio T Buckley A Tempest J J McCafferty J I Millin AA Daly G P Sherman A Niehaus F AVrispen G Leydecker H McCann AA J Oliver The following stables bound fot Belmont will also be alward K K Karrick T Monahan and A L Denny DennyOn On Wednesday March 30 four cars made up of the following stables will leave for Montreal J S Whatley IS K Groves D Montour A K AVatts O Tuggle AV Hope M Seifert and J Armstrong ArmstrongThe The following stables will be shipped to AVheellug W Va AV II Davis II Herdel O L Foster M E Thompson O Tuggle L Crist S Burnside H AV Plant W Cedar H G AVoods II A Cotton G AVarwick L Daly It Mock L Brown and 0 Kice KiceM M Goldblatts sfcible continues to maintain su ¬ premacy as tho leading money winner at Oriental Park at this meeting

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