Belle of Elizabethtown: Defeats Fast Sprinters in Main Contest at Oriental Park, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-04


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BELLE OF ELIZABETHTOWN Defeats Fast Sprinters in Main Contest at Oriental Park. « Mary D., Lee Enfield and Money Among the Winners — Steinhart Youngsters to Race Today. n.N.. ui. a. laaaarj a Belle f BUaahech- lowa her. id a goad performance this attciaaan when sin- picked up 117 pounds, easac fraaa behind in the stretch and got up in the final strides to beat i.uvnor by a head in the main attraction al Oriental Park The race wa- a dash of five and a half fin longs and a fast pace was maintained throughout. The Bay, rushing to the front, showed the way ur.lil well around the fir turn, where iiivnor joined him. The latter drew away while making tie- turn uito the homestretch and at the eighth post looked a certain winner. His early efforts, however, began to tell and the finish found him tiring fast. Mumbo Jumbo, after being ■aeaaed about, pulled up and was taken wide, but dosed fa-l. The wa: the horse finished Would seem to indicate that with a h-ar aay and a gasd ride he would hare won. The Boy real wale entering the homestretch and dropped out of coateatiaa iu the ia-i eighth. Mary I, made a runaway affair uf tiie opening dash, for which Maoreaqae was the well backed favorite. The former was hustled to the front in the racing daara the baehatretrh and while raaadiag lie- far turn drew away. At the end Chalmers had lor ander restraint aid beat Maoreaqae by a length. Last Girl was a fa-t clo-ing third on the outside. Dotaiaick saved Lee Eafield iron: the faat paea in the Reread and waited until well inside the final eighth before n»a*rPn an effort. When called •ui the hoi -e responded with a rash and drew away into a tWO-leaa; tb cad in he 1 i-t sixteenth. Cy Merrick, the pacemaker, was driving hard to last lorn. enon-.h to beat Coaase] bj a head for ---coiid money. The latter was aiakiag his first appearance the public in two years, hut was the favored one Tne third roe wis won m handsome fa-hion by Many, which le.l the oilers all the way and at no tiaae dariag the raaaiag was the result in doubf. Kimont. which finished aecoad, beaten by a leagth. was pearly ridden, beiag taken wide turning the corners and was ueakh -iicportei! by the rider when it . ati.e to H..- finish. The colors of track Rtciabart. one of Havanas wealthiest and distinguished citixeas, will be ceea f ,r the firat tint ■ any track when his Baraaa ;..•■.,.:,• and Frani. .. the t W. year old- which ha bred ia Cuba, make their raciag debut and clash with fire Anon, in-bred yoeagsters of tie- same age hi the baby two-year-old race carded a- tiie in- IlKtory di-ii on the program lor tomorrow aftii- r the youngsters, both colts are by Solomon. tie- sire of i aba Kncaato and Virginli Cheek. Both ate well broken an. I. baring coaspleted their raciag educatioe. are readj ■• -low m-t what they can do The CAD Stable has seat the mire Comfort t., the • ainsito ranch, where she will be bred to aae of the Cainaitoi choicest stallions. Batriea for tin Patarity Stakes "t 1824 lo-."1 yesterday Victer Bchaaaabarg, who is hen- as tin representative of the Westchester Baciag --. •ion. reports that he is in receipt. of a mini I entries from breediag farxas Harry II. StereBS, the well known race track caterer from .New York is rawing to Havana for Ike winter. He i- expected t.. arrive within the aexl rartaight The l.oldaptle Stable ha- sold to the C. and D interests lore the three-year-aid tJlttaa for a pri rate coaaideratioa. B. I.. Baker baa parrhanrd Lastre from Ke.-iie Brothers. The fallawlai baraea hare beea added to the school lag list of starter Milton: Boher-Xa-Breeaa, Clark M. ami Wl] ppeot w ill. The Maryland Stable has purchased from W. C. Westmoreland the three-year-old Loveliest.

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