Western Owners in Glory: Blackwell and Crippen and J. A. Parson Score Double Victories at Tijuana Course, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-12


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| • I a [ a , , t 1 I a [ • -v 1 I of of - B a , I WESTERN OWNERS IN GLORY . Biackv.eil and Crippen and J. A. Parson Score ■ Doiible Victories at Tijuana Course. b TIJUANA. Mexico. January 11.— Fortune smiled s ■1 on the s.iu of Ho- Weal yeaterdaj at Tljaaaa. J. A. Paraaa aad Blarkwell A Crippea each seariag with « braee of wiaaera. There ara* ■ retara sf the weather which draws visitors rrosa is. my diaaes. The ua beat down right aaarril eaereaata were nhaearded as excess baggage, the track gave eri- ,i daace of drying our and la all i wis a pretty pi - i tare. Milady waa yaxMaiaeat in the b.g crowd, it ,• as ladies- say aad the fair devoteea of tboroagh- bred apart were to be foaad ia great aaaaber* in seariag ids dual victory J. A. Paraaa won with Our Maid ia the fourth race at one and one-six- s teeath mii". and uirii Huron II. in the next rue, ■ daah of fire-eighl is of ■ atile. The latter «.,s the featare daah of the afteraeen. Ia this race a field Of six a/eat to the SSSl and there were no * fractioas actors to delay the start. Huron II. set the pace, going io n..- froat with the riae of the -barrier aad waa never srrioaalj saeaaced. Bedaa, in accotid place through the coateat, at the flail ■ was beaten by the arlaaer by the saargia of * lengths. Olympiaa "ok third hoaera, oae-balf -length ba. k of ■ daa. Lewis B., la the opeaiag dash at three-qaartera of a saiie. and Laraga ia the third at five-eightha I _ of a saiie, scored for Blackwell ft Crippea. it -was a proad day for George tVaahiagtoa Crippea, -i who saddled both irinaers, aa bis saceeaa to dat« baa beea soaaewhat limited. ie : i rictorles were ■ rxti •iiii popuidi for Lewis P. and Lavaga were -J first choices ia their respective sashes. Favorites •] bad all ihe beat of it ia the seven racea i i i-s ; •" choice* accona ed for five; in the other p.o secoad aad third choices were the rictors. -J * Among the several eveats of the day al the clubhouse wa* i loaclieaa al which Col. ;. H. -j Morse, Chicago manufacturer, presided as host. Cal. • Morse bad as ids guests omaaander and Mrs. Chas reth of Coraaado; Mrs J. Baell of I ulsa, Okla.; ■ org* Haaailtoa ol Chicago; Praak xi-Pauley of Dent i and president James V. Coffroth the Tijuana .!• key Club. A well kaowa viaitor of the day waa s.,;n Berger • San Francisco, best known spsrtsaeea - I j J manager of Jamt * -I Jefl i - : D. TJ i -_ i r - nl Presx tt, t:i at a u:: among yes terdayn arrivals He has heea iatei -sled ia rt -ing for a i-ti- period aad waed tome --"1 bo - The claiming arai which i:.i- been rampiint for the a last three weeks "■ Is on .: trucelike aupearano I ■ ...v not a single Claim being registered. 1 !.•• ; e ■ a A* lutve frowaed on promiacaous claiming • ! borsea aad i.;iw aaatoaai-ed thai • ■ ■ ■ tltej an -" satisfied that bor ea are entered in n race purely -aa claim! B tool* the entry of aach horses -. il be MM i a Jeckej B. Fator aad -l Hantaaaer each rode two -a -t iaaers y. sterday.

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