Billy Barton Victorious: Easily Defeats Dr. Clark and Atta Boy II. in Havanas Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-16


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BILLY BARTON VICTORIOUS v . » , / Easily Defeats Dr. Clark and Attaj Boy II. in Havanas Feature. i . — a R. L. Bakers Stable Scores a ■ Double — Penman Suspended i for Rough Riding. ■ HAVANA. Cuba. January IS.— The Cuban Derby , Winner Billy l.iilloli. 1 ■ i • ■ i i 1 :i . »-.! in the !■!«■ of I Ike CnMapnlt Stable, scored a steal vinery in lo 1 t:iys feature ill Oriei.ial l:iik when be beat Dr. i Clark bj ;i leagtk iii iiiH American Clab Handicap, i Ban arete only three starters, Atta Bar II. being eaaaalei with Dr. Clark ;i- tke GoldhUtt eatry. Hie . trio raced heads apart tot Ike first mile, after | which Hilly Bartaa shook off tke GaWkiatl pair i nmi won going away. Tke winner raced outside of I lie liolublatt horse- for the eniiro race aad COV- eind aart mole ground than either Dr. Clark er i Atta Hoy li. Tke Make had a arose value r .*;;.o."0 , miU anna worth 82,738 net to tke winner. Crocaarell , ■was aritkdrawa from tke race. Despite cloudy and ratker coal weather tke usual ; large Sunday crowd was again ill attendance. 1 The three-year-olds ]Mm Tkraak colt, Roa Man ] tiei L,, bted by Bcaor Diaz and carrying toe colors . of li. B. Rice, won tke initial Bask of the afternoon. | He led all tke WPJ by a wide margin anil, although ] tiring Bear ti n i. had eaoagh sjieed in reserve . 10 outlast the others. Maiy Erh was second. ■ aose • ahead of White Crowa R. I.. Rakers Lustre furnished iiitite a larpriae ; ; bv easilv accounting for Ike secoad race, Cot Wtak- j j. Moae GoldblatCi Reliability was the betting choice I 1 i Lustre Was 15 to 1 in lie- In... Us and paid S.47.«0 for I in the BMitaela. After raeiag Whispering, the early BOM maker into defeat, the l.ik. MeLuke roll easily at rm away lata s safe h-ad and held jt to The end. Soids. after a slow beginning, fin ished a fast going secoad, two length- in advaace of Reliability, tke favorite. Flycaat, tke secoad choice, ran l llj as if until t.. race. Another aaeeaaidered and loag-priced winner earned brackets in the third race when Winds of I Chaace held command from start t.. fiaiak, lead- , ing all the way by a sal.- margin. Wrecklcss was! second and GaUOa-Beny third. Old Beretr James j I . hied dariat tke maniac of this race. Separated by inches otiiy Kildaf Boy, Ha ran j and Mnlinoro crossed Ike winning line in the fifih ! race in the order named, the first mentioned the | winner and pulling ii[i lame. It was a tight fin j i-h Mid aroased the crowd to eathaaiastic ebeeriag for the winner as he Uatped to tin- judges stand. The R. I.. Baker stable scored a double arbea Maysvil • w,n the sixth race at a mile and fiftj yard-. Penman hustled her to the froat and. after rouadias she far nun. she was aadei sllgl n ktraiui for th.- reasalader of the race Jockey Peaaaaa was saspeaded for fire days tor rough tiding oa Reliability in the second race. Jo key Fletcher was saspeaded lor I a days by starter Miltoa Poi disohedleace at the post ia Ike I 1 fourth. lira. 1». Moatoar, wife or ■ local burneanaa, is roafined ia the Havaaa hospital with a sever.- at tach • ■! ttlaess. V. I. Ki.elic!kamo. proprietMi of i he Loaisville baseball club and owaer i»f a preteatktus stable :. Oriental Park, which is beiag trained bv W. B. Ftaaegaa. arriTed toda and will be a visitor for an ladeflalte period. Vii]i:,iii fiBBialrn. minister of Pera. wi as heea 1 i clubhouse ratal for sereral weeks, depart* Moa- day for Lima to resume his duties. Kin;,- Worth, Raateafl and Dixie Flyer are the I latest adatttiea* t.. starter Milton- ■ekoalbn list. BF. Hai i issi j straiaed the tigaaaeata of his right r arm while rMtag Parol on Friday last and in con BDBBCBrc will l e out of the saddle fag a few days. I red Gardaer, who sustained n broken leg while i1 leading a horse to the paddock about a month II Bga, was able to leave the hospital today.

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