Cho Cho Triumphs Again: Fast Jack Atkin Filly a Rival for the Swiftest.; Sway Has a Tough Time in Winning from Mile. Dazie--Another Favorites Day., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-21


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CHO CHO TRIUMPHS AGAIN Fast Jack Atkin Filly a Rival for the Swiftest Sway Has a Tough Time in Win ¬ ning from Mile Dazie An ¬ other Favorites Day LATONIA Ky June 20 F E Coursons three yearold filly Clio Clio continues in her winning way and this afternoon again demonstrated her superior speed by a brilliant display that made her victress in the principal race of the afternoon a threequarters dasJi for a purse of 2000 She showed a high order of speed throughout and though easing up in the last eighth covered the loute in 113 over a course that was far from good The Morris Walden owned filly Fallacy was in closest pursuit for tho entire race held on well under hard riding and finished gamely Bal ¬ ance Wheel which had been far back in the early running came witli a rush through the stretch and accounted for third place mainly through Hie su ¬ perior ride he received from Garner for had Lilley rhowed the same energy in his riding of Advocate that colt would have earned the shorter portion of the purse purseIn In the mile and a sixteenth purse tame the best finish of the afternoon with Sway an 1 Mile Dazic the central figures and Mint Cat adding an addi ¬ tional thrill by his menacing challenge right at the end Mile Dazic going better than she has been doing of late raced into the lead soon after the start but Sway held doggedly to her until the stretch was reached both coming wide Sway not willingly having been forced out by Mile Dazie and then began a strenuous duel Lykcs superior ride prevailing Jn the last few strides The wide swing that the leaders made gave Mint Cat an opportunity for saving much ground and in the last sixteenth it looked as if lie might head the pair but lie tired just a trifle with the result that he wn beaten out by a scant half length lengthThe The heavy downpour of yesterday dulled the track considerably but did not detract from the racing the fields in each dash being well matched matchedThe The weather was again intensely hot but it did not cause a decrease in attendance on the con ¬ trary a surprisingly large Monday assemblage was at the course courseBackers Backers of favorites had a field day choices trooping down in front witli regularity Their suc ¬ cesses began with the opener when the veteran Dr Carmen having conditions exactly to his liking ran away witli the purse Green Grass and Lancelot being his closest followers followersSunta Sunta Clara another pronounced choice had no difficulty in leading in the second race from the Btart under tamers energetic riding Plianton Blue one of the Xalapa Farms highpriced fillies land ¬ ing in second place with Bill and Coo just manag ¬ ing to outstay Lady Mother for third place placeVICTORY VICTORY FOR GEOEGE J LONG LONGGeorge George J Longs Petrarch triumphed over Miss Fontaine in the third race The latter was favored but Petrarch was not lacking supporters his recent mile trial in 13S forcing consideration for him He overhauled Miss Fontaine in the last eighth and won witli all ease easeCho Cho Clio and Sway contributed to the general success of the favorites and Article X in the sixth race gave his backers only momentary sus ¬ pense which came soon after the stiut when he failed to settle fully in his stride but once in full motion lie flashed by the others with a rusn and won cantering from Dorius Doriusearners earners skillful ride brought about Elpis victory in the concluding race over Cut Up The latter appeared a certain winner in the last eighth but Fields inability to ride a strong finish caused tlic winner to beat her by inches inchesGarner Garner signalized his return to the saddle after five days suspension by piloting a pair of winners Fields shared the honors of the afternoon with him with the same number of victories victoriesTliu Tliu stable that Kay Spence will take north to cumpiilgu in Canada after the close of racing here will embrace five hroses owned by Mont fort Jones and seven that W E Applegate and himself are interested in Jockey E Scobie will go with the stable stableWillis Willis Shaipe Kilmers Exterminator is expected here tomorrow according to advices from trainer Will McDaiiicls who announced the intention of shipping him from New York today todayMose Mose Goldhlatt has sold Docod to John Masterson MastersonThe The program book embracing the period of June 24 to June 30 was distributed to owners this morn ¬ ing ingAccording According to unofficial advices there will be a rearrangement of the racing order here this fall Latonia beginning first and Churchill Downs being the second racing point with Lexington winding up the season seasonIt It is expected Hint the Kentucky State Racing Commission will meet soon to allot the fall dates datesJockey Jockey Pool was taken ill after the first race and upon the advice of tin track physicians can ¬ celed all of his remaining mounts The illness was the result of too much reducing

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