Spring Handicap Winner: G. A. Cochrans Banksia Victress in Jamaicas Stake Feature.; Hallenbeck Stable Scores a Double--Calamity Jane Gifted With Great Speed., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-13


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SPRING HANDICAP WINNER G A Cochrans Banksia Victress in Jamaicas Stake Feature Hallenbeck Stable Scores i iDouble Double Calamity Jane Gifted GiftedWith With Great Speed JAMAICA N Y May 12 Dan OXnill for years one of llio most efficient exorcise boys branched out ns trainer for Gifford A Cocliran this spring when illness kept James Evans from attend in to tilt New YiOrk turfmans horses lie saddled his first winner at Jamaica this afternoon and as it was recorded in the inaugural running of the Spring Handicap his initial victory takes on addi ¬ tional importance importanceRanksia Ranksia a daughter of His Majesty Early Rose which showed good form as a twoyearold carried the Cocliran silks in the feature Although she had not been seen with the colors up previously this spring ONeill had her in superb condition and her victory was clean cut Jockey Kennedy also conies in for consideration for his ride The race was worth 3850 to the winner winnerG G D Widonors Insist Straw went out to set the pace In this race which was at threequarters and the remainder of the starters strung along except M Schwartzs Care Free the Colin gelding refusing to start Frigate followed closely in pursuit of Last Straw to the stretch and then retired As tli field strung out Knobble Mnskallonge Ren nington and Ilanksia moved up heads apart Ken ¬ nedy selecting the inside for his move with the winner She then came on outside of the pace ¬ maker and challenging the Widcner color bearer raced him into defeat and drew clear in the last few strides Muskallonge was third racing wide all the way but finishing fast Knobbles race was a big disappointment to the followers of the Qnlncy Stable who hacked him heavily heavilyThe The firsttime starter Calamity Jane from the stable of II P Whitney won the opening dash in n romp The winner is certainly appropriately named She is a daughter of Mrs Trubbel and succeeded in keeping tlie field at the post twelve minute as a result of her bad manners AVhen the start came Calamity Jane got away with the leaders opened up a long lead and won easily Rudana was just as easy second and Humanitarian third in a strungout finish finishCLERMONT CLERMONT PURSE FINE RACE RACEJ J J Hallcnbecks Lunctta won the Clermont rurse the second race on the card after tin inter ¬ esting struggle with Debadou The latter made the early pace but Lunetta raced him into defeat on the far turn where the pair ran head and head The Luke McLuke filly finally drew away with jockey C II Miller easing her up at the finish Ailliro caught Debadou in the final strides and out Kiinied the early leader for second place Elimi ¬ nator the clumsy brother to Sun Bonnet and Sun Turret tripped himself at the post in this race and dumped jockey Obert on the track The vet ¬ eran rebounded quickly and grabbed the bridle rein of his mount but this was a useless move for Eliminator neither then nor at any time in the course of the race showed any disposition to run although he has startled dockers by his fast morn ¬ ing training gallops gallopsJockey Jockey Miller completed a double score in the third in which he rode Sunnyland another of the J J Hallenbeck racers Sunnyland won all the way but was ridden out to withstand Paddy Whacks challenge Lads Love closed fast for third money moneyDr Dr H J McCulloiigh will leave Saturday for R A Smiths farm at Newark Delaware to fire two of his own horses in addition to W A Sheas Drummond and L T Manors Little Ammie While then he will also look at Mr Sheas Miss Finn which was taken sick at New Orleans and at Louis Lichtenheim which is showing signs of A wid affection affectionGeorge George W Carroll came on from Kentucky with the II C Fisher horses aid will do the riding for the stable on eastein tracks tracksW W II Karrick who is slowly recovering from his long illness paid his first visit of the year to tin Jamaica course today todayJockey Jockey Falrbrother left last night for Pimlico where a division of the Groontreo stable is racin in charge of William Midgely MidgelyJames James Ford an exercise boy has been posted for deserting the employ of A J Joyner

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