One More for R. L. Baker: Judge Pryor Wins Another Race at Oriental Park for Kentucky Turfman, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-25


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I , I I 1 i I 1 ONE MORE FOR R. L BAKER | Judge Pryor Wins Another Race at Oriental Park for Kentucky Turfman. i HAVANA. Caha, Jaaaary im B. 1.. Baker, whose homes have been particularly fortaaata at Oriental Bark this winter, added the ,000 Mid-wiatet Haadieap to the lial of races ..n at his meeting, when Judge Pryor defeated sweep lean by three lengths. The handicap, which was run as the fourth, was a dash of oae mile. Judge Pryor. ridden by PeaBMB, made all the pace and won under restraiat. The wianer ran the aaile in l::i:--and if be hail bten forced to extead himself, would unquestionably have broken the track record for the distance. Coscorroa eaaie from a long way back to beat Mm favorite, Lost Girl. U ■ head in the opening dash The winner got up ia the final stride* Last Cirl tired at the end after racing Charlotta Smith and Biasing Fire into defeat iu thi first half. old sinner abowed the way in the second, but •v:s tiring st the finish and had to be ridden oal •o v. it, -laud Beliabilitys i-hallenge. The Bald Matt racer waa aloe to get going, but dosed faat--t af all iii the l-i-i eighth; too late, however, to eatcfa the winner, liratian and Ed Garriaoa, both tired when the imal it -t i ame. A -tilling finish came with the running of the third, when four of the eight sti rters flaal ed past the .judge-, nose apart. Sbootaway, i;. wiener, c.ime froaa behind on the outside and Just aaaaaged t- get ii] iii the final stride. BihMer, with young Aastin McLaughlin up. psased an easy winner in the fifth. He was outrun to tlt. stretch tarn, where, slipping through ori the inside, be easily passed the others in the last eighth and won going awaj by a couple af lengths from Fair and incr. Bygone sttesapted to make a runaway affair of the sixth race, but had to be ridden aat ta bold Pet-ran h safe a I the end. The latter began -lowly aad wis- i.iken wide cute ring the stretch, bu was gaining with every stride at the end. Aaaoag todays rtadMhaaae guests were Tir. Join I . Qaayle, the celebrated surgeon, and K. I. Alleyne. a basiaesn man froaa Cleveland. Oiiio. These gentle-mea aaade the trip from Ciacinaati to New Orleans by b. a;, sailiag down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. From New Orlesna to Havana the Joamey wsa completed on a private yaebl The Mariaaao Stable cold to J. 3. McCafferty the five-year-old Superman mare Mildred for a private i onsidera ti a. i:. B. Major tlaimed Petrarch after the sixth for ,500. Jockey Boyle was suspended ten day* for pulling up Mnaabo Jumbo at the finish of the fourth. «.

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