Another Win For Herder: Phrone Ward, with Marinellis Aid, Runs Fast Race--Cal Curns Game Performance., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-09


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ANOTHER WIN FOR HERDER Phrone Ward vith Marinellis Aid Runs Fast Race Cal Curns Gan e Performance SAN DIEGO Cal April S Running one of the fastest five and a half furlong races of the meet ¬ ing Phrono Ward carrying the scarlet colors of C I Irwin the Wyoming horseman won the sixth race nt Tijuana yesterday and ran the distance in 1MJ winning in a canter from fie Land and Judge Ellsworth The presence in the saddle of jockey Marinclli worked wonders with the mare which in her previous races had performed disap ¬ pointingly However with the star rider to guide her she raced to the front early and won easily all the way wayThe The consistent sprinter Herder won his fourth victory when he was first to catch the eye of the judges in the final dash The finish vine a thrilling one with Herder Shifty and Lonely fin ¬ ishing almost abreast The race was marred by the bad racing luck of Corncutter which met with re ¬ peated interference and could not fiiid a clear course until too late The days sport opened with a mile and seventy yard race for nonwinning owners As is usual in races of this kind a poor hand faced the barrier which resulted in a win for Prophecy with Miss Dnnbar and Ruth Harrigan finishing second and third in the order named namedThe The diminutive sprinter Cal Curn which in size looks more like a polo pony than a racing thorough ¬ bred provided the best finish of the day when he scored by the scantest of margins over La Pete Noire and Pittsburg The winner was energetically ridden by jockey Majestic and although La Bete Noire wrested the lead from him midway in the stretch he gamely fought it out with his larger opponent and came again to get the verdict in the last stride strideSea Sea Peach made it two straight victories in as many days when he triumphed over a large band of sprinters in the third race lie took the lead soon after the rise of the barrier and although menaced throughout by several challengers he managed to stay long enough to win byu length over I are and Stars The latter made up a world of ground and the finish saw him rapidly overhauling the winner Woodrose was third thirdJockey Jockey Majestic scored his second win of the afternoon when astride of the threeyearold Ike Harvey which led throughout by a wide margin with Yukon and Miss Manage his closest competi ¬ tors The winner paid better than 27 to 1 and was entirely overlooked by the talent talentWilliam William Lee agent for William Red Walker is negotiating for a special train of sixteen box cars which is expected to leave here for Toronto Canada around May 1 A Pullman and a diner are to complete the train which will carry the horses of William Mikel A B Jones E E Major William Weant II Tullet William Walker and others othersSeveral Several of the candidates of the 20000 Coffroth Handicap at a mile and a quarter which is to be decided next Sunday were worked yesterday after ¬ noon Wynnewood and Veteran the Dahnkeu pair were sent a mile and a quarter in 210 lie Frank went over a like distance in 212 Although he was under restraint for the first mile trainer Harry Unna motioned for his rider to let him down but the big horse failed to respond with the speed that was expected and horsemen who were on hand to watch his trial were anything but impressed The confirmed snlker Edwina was sent over the full course but refused to extend himself much to the disgust of her owner and trainer However she is a filly that seldom shows her speed except in races and her actions can be overlooked overlookedEddie Eddie Kaufman departed today for Maryland liefore leaving he disposed of his threeyearold Rungeorge at private sale to Gregtry Mitchell of San Diego who turned hini over to Kentucky John 5iven to train

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