Cromwell the Conqueror: Wins the New Year Handicap at Havana Impressively, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-02


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CROMWELL THE C0NQUER0R| «. Wins the New Year Handicap at Havana Impressively. ♦- Last One Runs Fast to Beat Some Good Sprinters in Secondary Attraction. e — HAVANA. Data, laaaan i CiaarweH. the ris- year-old BOB of ll:iinlit. I .icing in the colors Of W. .1 Daly, ircwwtfJ tar the Sea Teara Handicap when he came treat behind in the stretch aad heal ■aaaaat s by ■ half length. There were sii ■tart-era inn] ilif dtataace eae aad Ihi eiiteeatta miles. General J. M. Gaaaea ua asked ta caaeede lumps af weight to lii- opponents ; n l. while tie failed 1d finish among I lit- 1 i i : three, he showed a splendid aeitaiaau1 Moriiseej kepi al t lie , colt rich! from 1 lie atart, aerer gave aha a breathing spell aai hustled him lata ■ three length lead rounding the tara lata the hack stretch. The colt tired under the ec teetica in the stretch Bad was beaten by ■ aaae and a head tar secaad asaaey. Sea Prince waa third and the Goldblatt pair, Matlaee Idol and Atta Hoy II.. brought up ilie rear The net value to the winner was S2, 891. a crowd that huh.- all previeae record* tinned eat This afternoon at Oriental Park. The —f1 ment furnished a splendid program and the majority at the races furnished stlrrlag finishes. The fourth race, s teak al flic elihlha. brooghl together the heat hand af aprlatera thai have aaae to the post taring the meeting. The oo.dbiatt stahlc furnished the favorite in Gnvnor and Ararat, Which raa as SB entry, hut neither aae of the pair finished aaioag the placed bsrare. The winner turned up in l,asi One. which made nil lh- pees and wen in easy faahtea, ay s leagth and a half from Aiken. The pare eras ias: frees the start, tie fractleaal time beiag 23%, 4«i-.-. and :•.*-.-. The track recard is 5ti. B. A. .lone-, who eaase here frees Miaaeeri with a bead at scaillaga bjr Beth, faraiahed the ariaaer al ibe first two-year-old race when Lereaa Mai i -cilia carried his cetera to victory la the opening dash. Laraaa HarceUia, ridden by outran tie- ethers nil the stay and won with aaaaethiag la reserv s couple of lengths ahead of Paadiae. The tinu araa 26% and is ge I ta this track. Carioa Knrhiae. winch was coupled with the winner, finished third. Was a bit slow to get going, bill ClOOCd in resolute fn-hion on the outside The QeMMatl entry. BellabUity, with 1eiiman up was the aatataadiag choice la the Hecead race. L.ut the coinbina t ion was forced to bow to the saaetlar rlaaiaaj speed ••!" Pfcacastle. ably ridden by B. Keeaedy. After raciag Paul Weather lata defeat Reliability rashed awaj Into i good lead and apparently bad the race al bis atcrcy. Be tired, however. CBtCI lag the stretch and proved no match for the ultimate winner. GOOD HOPE WINS AGAIN. ReKer luck was esperieaced bj the talent la the foliewiag race. Goad Hop« the favorite, eaaiij triaasphiag over Bnatros and Toss tlaaae. his ciiiy aerieas coateaders alter Rinaata unit. The start in thiv race eras pour, both Clark M aad Poca telle beiag left at the post The fellesriag is the renal af the aactiaa beM in the paddack tatarta] eight: Par Bast, v. : llcCafferty. ITSO; regotal, W J Daly, SIM; I.iszt. . II. Seal. sIihi: Hear Me. i; i. Majar, M »: Betsys Ier. . Uiddletoa. C3M; Anita springer. MiddMaa, B3N; l uk. .,; Rheihgr, .1 Beatle, 0; Naomi K.. J. Beetle, KIM; Truant. .1. Beetle, M; Helea Majar. 1. .. Laaper, S100: flajr, A. T Aikea, slit:.: PBaea, A. l.pez. MS; Night Thoaght, -bee Caasacha, |M; Vim. II. a. Cettoa, -" : I • -n Manuel 1... It. B. Rice. .00: Bpeedjr Lady, P. I. Daffy, K233. The f aited Htates coagre as toaa I delegation which has beea riaitlag Peaaau and the eaaal zone reached Havana this moiniig from Tolona and rietted Oriental Park this sfteraaaa, where they were guests for luncheon in the clubhouse of the .Icckey Club. Matiy member- were accompanied by their families, included in the distinguished party arere Beaatec Waller of Maryland and the following representatives: Taylor. New Jersey; Haydcn. CalifarahU; Appleby. New .lei-ey: Inderliill. Massachusetts OConnor, IsnrHiaea; Kern. t hio: Calm. New York: .lotteries, Nebraska; Breaks, Illinois; Davis, Weal Virginia: Newton. Missouri: Norton. Ohio: Hull. lewa; Kaaa, Illinois; kUchaelaaa, Illinois: Ko en-blooni. West Virginia: Brennan, Michigan: Denni-fcon, Teaaeeaee; Hudspeth. Texas, and Brown, Ten-ai aaae. Mo*e Goldblatts handicap horse Dr. Clark is scheduler] ta awke his fhnri bow ta Cuban racegoers teaaorrew when be carries the GeMMatt totat" in the RcMilution Handicap lor a aarat of . 000 a! I dlstaace af one mile. The Carriheaa Stakes of .." tt0. at a distance of a mile and one sixteenth, is the next important turf cecal to be raa aa the local track and baa lwon set for next Sunday. There are sixty-three eligible, among Which are some of the best horses in training bete Foster Kmhrey was claimed by .1. W. Plunkett for ,100 and Melvin by M I. Suggs for kl.Mt. Both raced in Ihe -olors of W. H. Hall today.

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