United Verdes Capital Race: Defeats Bunga Buck, Tippity Witchet and Slippery Elm, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-10


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UNITEDVERDESCAPITALRACE i « . Defeats Bunga Buck, Tippity Witchet and Slippery Elm. » Hughie Victorious in the Race for Two Garner -Year-Olds — Jockey Stars with Three Wins. » Raw OKI.KANs A . January :». Today* card wm ;i ipteadid one considering advene racial weather and the heavy track. Si.uk- f the star racers In these parts ceatested la some of the race*, rrtnrtttag in highly pleasing elaehea. The mill and seventy yards handicap for :i purse of :!I.."00 had six starters aad resulted in :i victory for Baited Void" in the C. w. Clark rotors. Bangs Buck ana kin eiaaeat follower at Ike finish, aritk Tippity Wltchet laadiag third. tJaited Verde showed superb fen in. Par he raced lata the lead al oacc. hat * « i — supporters had misgivings as In ill- it Oil it ■ to ; the route. as mi- of the aasiataal starters whin was eatwiaed in the colts sail, imt he succeeded in getting clear of !i after traversing three-enmrtem and drew awaj in the atretck to win easily. Patted Verdes aaeccat marked the third of the meeting for Clark icpiescata three. In the superb form that li • berets in this establishment arc-. they should he formidable mi any I ompoaj I hey race with here. The ooii-istont Blarney Stone again Ogaicd aecceesfally, this thaw bjr snatching victory in the last Htride after scemiaglj keiag iiea ten by Sea Cave. Lack of ajertaeaa aa the part of I,. .Monis eonti ibuted to Blarney Stones success, for, had the rider kepi Sa Cove severely ta his task, instead of taking it ea-y wlien he had disposed of Klernity. Sea Cove would have wou. Oaiaei, aa Warner St.ue. was given an ova-lion after the finish far his good ride. Anotiier thriller raaae aritk the raaaiag of the third race when the lightly regarded Tickliek won in the last stride, from Bagaiaore. The latiei was heat, but a slow beginning, eaapled aritk keiag la close quarters through the atretck as a result of Tlckliah and I.ady Luxury being en each side of him. eattsed him to be unable to stride freely. Hughie. ■ two-year-old by Paadk Igllft— Caller On. carrying the -iiks of William DaaicI, broke out of the maiden rank- arkea he oe.it the poorly managed Better Lack boaae. The ariaaer led from the start, but had ;• be riddca hard momentarily ■ear the ead. The Maleskinner fiaished third. I • . i • ■ . favorite, won the aecoad race in comfortable style after hading all the way. PICKWICK SULKS BUT WINS. Gaanaaad ran to hia beat foraa in the sixth race and had no difficult; in arianing from Scotch Verdict and llbm rontaine. Tfce final race fell la the aaccrtaia Pickwick, wkicb giv.- Uia Kapportera aa-eaaiaeae whea he begaa snlkiag sooa after tk -tan. but w lien lie did make up hi- mind In- nimr away to tin easy victory. neyatear He--, trainer •• the Mark- and DDowd horses, was warned by the steward- today in regard to making frivolous statements concerning the Fair Greaada raciag. He--, it is alleged, waa auikiag a apeeck as to what be tboaght of certain racea and tarfaaen i;: one of t!i" dowateam hotel lobbies, when one of the hor-emen who was keiag "penned" chaaeed hy and heard his name mentioned. He reported the matter to tin stewards and after ktter-viewiag Hess they told aha that any accaaetiean lie makes against anybody in Hie future will have to be aabatantiatcd by him. or iiis tratoera license will be withdrawn. lackey Mack Garner jumped into high favor today by piloting a trio of winner-, Hughie. Blarney Sone ami United Verde. Garner is the uiicoad rider tu scare a triple niece the Pair Groaada meeting opi tied. "Cbhrk" Lang Performed a -imilar feat last Tuesday. Dee Dreaeea, a veteran in racing circles, waa an arrival today from Cincinnati win-re he -pent Ike interim since the Kentucky raciag season etoaed. He will remain for the real of the winter. cpurmand. which was elafaaed by I. ■. Hays upon the ocasion of his fcrnt start, left Ins stable in the same manner today. J. Caaiffe acquiring him for -Sl.stwt He cost Hays tl *W, and in addition to the K3M profit on this end of the deal In took a pur-c worth S~U0 to the winner letie al-o went into a new -table by tlie daim-iig . process today. V. L . Bernhardt took her for It.m from A. L. Kirby. KULTUR DESTROYED AFTER BREAKING LEG. Kultur. at one time one "f the must highly regarded horses In tie- Barrj Payae Whitney stable, but which proved of little v - ! m huaaae of nassaad uess. krake a leg while icing galloped Read ay morning and was destroyed. He as owned by .1. 15ordes. a total turfman. lame- I", fopa* J. widely known Lexington. Ky.. baraeaaaa, waa an arrival today tor hi- annual winter vacation He plans to remain for three weeks. Col. W. K Applegale departed for Cincinnati, where he will spend his time until the Kentucky bpriug lacing aanaaaj o| ens. John S. Keardon fell lame in his race Saturday • and trainer K. Speuce was forced to withdraw him i from the fourth race today on this account. He will not have to be thrown out of tiaiuing. according to present indications. A. L. Kirby will train the seven two year-olds , ewaed by the WaMeefe Stable from now on. Allen , Bteeh . who brought them here from Kentucky, will return to his duties at C. Brace Heads Waldeck i 111 in just outside of Iyillisville. K Skooter was sold by A L. Kirby to A. H. Vivell. He ema kamndialrlj shipped to Mexico City. Charles W. Primrose came from Tijuana in quest t of horses to race at the Lower California meeting. He offeied alluring inducements to some of the • owners at the Fair Grounds and will in all probability get a few to ship there. C. T. Worthington came in from Lexiagtea, Ky.. . with sixteen horses, ten of which are iwoyear olds. The older members of his stable are Aunt"" » May. John Hoshor. Betsmda. Icon. Kvelyn White and Lottie Lorain.-. With Warthlanrtea came jockeys Harold Joueu aud Clarence PisUiuou. Jones is s , , t • . » s a lightweight pilot scaling in the vicinity of 100 pounds. He had forty mounts in Canada last Mim-i mer and won eight races. The Worthington horse-I have been resting since the Kentucky racing season etoaed .1. B, Nash is on the sick list. During his abaters Frank H"rold is caring for hi- baraea and saddled Master Jack for the fourth race ttKlay. The following nominations were made to the Bdkme Highweight Handicap. .J.OOu. three eaar- ten of a mile, for three year-olds and over, to ■ he run Saturday. January 14: High Cost. Courtship. War Zone. Servitor, Arrowhead. Sweepy. Monastery, Mabel Curtis. Marvin May. Manoevre, Frigate. Sea Cove. Klmer K.. Lucky B., Brilliant Hay. Black Betty. Irish Dream. Neddam. White Star. Tom Hare ■ Jr.. liny. Centimeter. Buugu Buck. Montalvo, Irish i Kiss,

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