Coltilettis Good Day: His Riding of Three Winners Feature of Yesterdays Racing.; Haltermen Active and Several Horses Change Hands--Lads Love Easy Winner., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-09


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COLTILETTIS GOOD DAY His Riding of Three Winners Fea ¬ ture of Yesterdays Racing Haltermen Active and Several SeveralHorses Horses Change Hands Lads LadsLove Love Easy Winner HOWIE Mil April 8 Weather conditions were far from ideal for todays racing but the attend ¬ ance kept up Light showers fell from about noon until post time for the opening dash The course remained good The outstanding incidents of the afternoon were the riding of F Coltiletti and the activity of the hnltermen hnltermenColtiletti Coltiletti rode three winners Misdeal in the first General Agramonte in the second and Mary Erb in the sixth Misdeal and Mary Erb were outsiders in the betting bettingThe The haltermen got busy early S Louis claiming On Cadorna from the Willow Stable for 1801 Louis in turn lost General Agramonte S A Clop ton outdrawing the three other claimants who had entered the same bid 1810 The victory of Saga ¬ more proved costly for Jim Arthur as W II Howe claimed the winner for 3100 C N Freeman se ¬ cured Nohant on his claim of 1575 1575The The main attraction of the card the licnning Purse proved easy for Lads Love ridden by Ensor This combination found no serious opposition and lield command from start to finish finishThe The presence of jockey Ensor astride The Ciga ¬ rette in the opening dash sent the Pelican Stables representative tortile post h hot favorite This however did not frighten the others in faci Mis ¬ deal took the lead at the start and held it winning by three lengths with Little Ammie and Baby Vamp finishing second and third respectively The favorite was far back and never prominent at any stage of the race raceThe The second race brought together a dozen maidens of the older division and Gen Cadorna which on several occasions last year was the medium of heavy backing on the strength of some morning work only to fail when put to the real test finally managed to win racing Nohant into defeat in the final eighth and drawing away into a safe lead leadThat That Jim Arthur has Sagamore in grand condition was readily seen today when the unsexed son of Uncle captured the fourth race After being saved close up to the leader Sagamore answered his riders call with an irresistible rush that carried him past Arrah Go On and drew clear at the end It wus Sagamores second victory of the meeting meetingThe The closest finish of the afternoon came in the seventh race in which Oaklawn Belle after leading all the way just lasted to get the decision by a nose with Toss Up gaining with every stride strideGeneral General Agramonte the threeyearold son of Hessian Astarita won his second victory of the meeting when he galloped home two lengths in advance of Chevalier in the third race He was well ridden by Coltiletti who kept him under restraint to the stretch before permitting him to tackle the leader When let down the Louis colt found nc trouble passing the tiring Chevalier ChevalierWilliam William Shea who holds the papers on jockey Jose Rodriguez announces that the Spanish rider Jias been released from his contract to hold himself in readiness to ride T W OBriens Plurilius in the Kentucky Derby Mr OBrien first engaged Rod ¬ riguez and then retained L Ensor through the sug ¬ gestion of his trainer Tom Shannon who is in ¬ strumental in bringing out the Baltimore saddle artist Mr OPrien offered to pay Rodriguez hi retainer if he wished to keep the contract as a reserve rider but Rodriguez chose a release with tin increased probability of picking up another mount in the Derby DerbyGeorge George P Sherman and Arthur Brant are arrivals from Cuba and Tijuana respectively respectivelyCondition Condition books for the first week of the Havre de Grace meeting are being distributed Stakes for the meeting close Saturday Joseph McLennan is taking entries here hereF F St John one of the directors of the Business Mens Racing Association of New Orleans stopped off to take in the racing today on his way from New York back to the Crescent city cityTomorrows Tomorrows card is the smallest of the meeting but it contains sufficient quality to provide a good lays racing and indications are that the weather conditions will be more favorable favorableGeneral General Sister Emblem and Grace E have been added to the list of horses which will be given outside post positions positionsAddition Addition of Lina Miles S and Kate Brnmmel to the schooling list again draws attention to the back ¬ ward education of many twoyearolds

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