Miss Jemima Now In Form: Shows Extreme Speed and Runs Away from High Cost.; Brookholt Wins Mile in Canter--Bet Mosie First and Gaining Esteem as a Good Colt., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-23


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MISS JEMIMA NOW IN FORM Shows Extreme Speed and Runs Away from High Cost Brookholt Wins Mile in Canter Bet Mosie First and Gaining Esteem as a Good Colt LATONIA Ky June 22 Miss Jemima the speedy Black Toney Vnila filly which disputed with Distinction for supremacy as queen of the western fillies two years ago showed her oldtime form this afternoon and turned in a fast run three quarters victory in the principal race a 2000 handicap High Cost was closest to her at the finish but five lengths off and Uncle Velo just got up to outstay Darjeeling for third place High Cost was an outstanding favorite in the race and showed the most early speed but Miss Jemima was always close up Lyke not freeing her from restraint until settled fully for the stretch rush where she shot by High Cost like a flash and won with the utmost ease High Cost tired badly in the last eighth but his early advantage precluded the pos ¬ sibility of being overtaken for second place al ¬ though Uncle Velo came with a great rush in the last eighth He continued on and worked ou a mile and an eighth in preparation for his start next Saturday in the Ten Broeck Handicap HandicapMontfort Montfort Jones Brookholt figured in a winning performance in the fifth race a mile dash that brought to the post five highly regarded ones but not so highly as Brookholt which ruled a sur ¬ prisingly shortpriced favorite He won as the odds indicated he should even in spite of a blundering ride that Garner gave him for the first halfmile Tlie last half of the mile race found Brookholt striding freely and once in command on the stretch turn lie had no difficulty in winning as his rider pleased with Minute Man Just getting up to out ¬ stay the badly tiring Dancing Spray for second place Sands of Pleasure was considered a danger ¬ ous contender but when the start was effected he missed getting off on even terms with the cithers on account of one of the assistant starters failure to release him himE E R Bradlevs slowly rounding to form Bet Mosie is beginning to loom up with the best of the youngsters here and this afternoon raced in a style that made his owner regret his oversight or fail ¬ ure to nominate him to the Cincinnati Trophy Bet Mosie raced with some good ones at five and a half furlongs the first time twoyearolds have been asked to go this far in Kentucky Bet Mosie was held in loss regard than Rekab hut when it came to the running the Bradley starter was in fmnt throughout and won easily from Bernice K and Lucknow The winner indicates that he is fit ¬ ted for the longer distance racing Rekab was done after going a half mile mileFavorite Favorite backers were successful in the first tlircc races They began auspiciously when tliey cen ¬ tered on May Bodine and she won from Black Hackle in a game finish The substitute dash fell to Tululip carriying Ihe T C McDowell silks Commander Colin gave the winner a stern chase all the way wayII II E Coleman was best in the third race but iie was lucky and only Pools desperate chance taking in getting him through next the inner rail brought ubnut his success successThe The concluding race furnished the best contest of the afternoon with Vive the winner by a scant iifik from Wadswjrths Last and Merchants heads apart apartLARRY LARRY BOGENSCHUTZ IS DEAD DEADLarry Larry C Bogenschutz for more than twentyfive years connected with the Latonia track as super ¬ intendent of stabling died suddenly this morning of heart failure He was at the track about 10 a m began feeling badly and left for his home He died when he reached there The dead man was held in high regard by owners and Latonia turf patrons patronsCharles Charles Lansdale extensively identified with the Havana track and one of its racing stewards who has been confined by illness in one of the local hotels is showing steady improvement and will soon be about again againExterminator Exterminator and Our Flag owned by W S Kilmer reached here in good condition in charge of Fred Curtiss assistant to trainer Will McDan iei Our Flag is an intended starter in the Ten Broeck Handicap to be decided next Saturday and Exterminator will have his opportunity to partici ¬ pate In the Independence Handicap with 15000 added to be run July 4 and also the Daniel Boom Handicap with 10000 added which features the closing days racing here July 9 9Excessive Excessive reducing and heat caused Jockey Mur ¬ rays illness after the third race forcing him to cancel the remainder of his engagements for the afternoon afternoonJockey Jockey J Fields narrowly escaped serious injury while on the way to the post with Baby Evelyn Nig which was in front of him let go with Iwtli heels and misled Fields hoad by a matter of inches He did land a glancing blow on the riders leg which momentarily numbed it itJockey Jockey J Connelly left the hospital this morning where he underwent an operation for the removal of several splintered bones from his jaw The rider was Instructed to tak a long rest to enable hts Injury to heal thoroughly It will probably be fall before he again returns to the saddle

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