Muddy Track at Havana: Speedy Filly Lorena Marcellia Wins Fourth Straight Victory, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-29


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| i MUDDY TRACK AT HAVANA Speedy Filly Lorena Marcellia Wins Fourth Straight Victory. • Llewellyn Gains Many Admirers for Derby by Easily Capturing Saturdays Feature Race. ♦ HAVANA. Cuba. .lanoary LV. — Mud runners had ■a opportunity thi* afteraooa at Oriaatal Park. The heavy ralaS which set in last night made the soiag sit ppy in spats ami heavy in other places. The chaage in track coaditioaa was respoanlble for sereral srithdrasrals. Tbe greater aamher of those i "in. iniug arere known as harass favored by such going and the publio had a good line on their mud running abilities, as the rtSSata showed, the uta-Jority id faroritea winning. I.. A. laaes two year eld filly Lorena Marcellia added aasther to her list of rietories scored a: the meeting ahCB she Made a nhSW of her opponents in the first race, a !a-!i of three-eighths, which she •roa with eaae hy three lesgtha from Harry Pay as Whitaeys filly True Filer. Lereaa Marcellia rar-ried top weight of l_l pooads, raced True Filer into defeat in the stretch, then drew away into an easy lead and finished in the worst of I he going, but ths iliil not stop her ami she aras under restraint at the end Todays win was the fourth in as ni.iny stalls for f hubs Marcellia to date and she is easily tbe Deal of the two-year-olds that has been shown here this year. The Opportaaity Handicap, !.e programs feature. Itruufbt out some Derby colts am! lacideatally earned fir Messrs Keeaea Llewellyn assay hdasir-ers and the repatatiea of beia a superior mud riuinir. Uewellya coaeeded lump- of weight to the others, moved no erith a raali catering the home stretch sod drew aaraj into aa easy lead bj the lasi eighth, ami won i:ii something la rw«erYe, two ami a half 1— icths in rneit of the speedy Cuba I.nianto. The pace ronnidrrlar the going w.i- fast, tin- winner running Im- ; iir -i- qnartera mib ia 1 :1V-.-.. Spring Vale showed that he is a good mud iiiu-aer, when be beat Reagaleae, which aras the 1 to 2 favorite in the secsad race. P.eiigali— • showetl in froi;: for ■ sixteenth of a mil", when Spring Yale g-r i:p on almo t evon terms i -j f It h!m in the stretch tii-ii ami drew awaj to aria by a 1-ngth. SiomwaI. ahosc repatatiou as a Bind runner baa beea pretty well heralded siace the ateeting begsa, found the track i" his tiklag aad had no trouble winning the third. Be was off none too well, bul was fortsaate la saving ground the eatire race. Will Hall, who for sosac years has beea aahiag prices for the riag, ha- beea compelled i" abandoa voik owing to a -erioiis affectioa ■ C tin- ear. On i he advice of his physiclaa be has gone home to California. II- was popular with eTeryhody :•••■■■! hi- Basiling coantenaace was sadly slimed today. Frank -l. Rraea acted as host al a lancheoa at in- riib lions.- today. Among iii- gaeata were Prank Bteinbart, Lureaa Oncsadoa, ambassador W. K. Uoasales, Dr. L. C. Laasar. Joan Draper, C. P. Williams. .1. x. Coiiigmn an.; V. Harris Smith, Tin Casino, which is under the management of the Jockey dab, i- vapidly raining pablie faror. Toaight. despite the bad weather, one of the notable "f tii" seasoas dinner parties will In- held. Jockey Frank Wil-on. who ;- tiding here for the c. and D. BtaMe, signed it contract to rule for the Stable if R. U a I. A. Maker during the nuniug ■ I ;n Kent inky. IF. F. Kmbeikamp parchaaed at private sale from M. CoMhlatl the three-year-old MoOTCSqaa and the two-year "hi Maniinoli. A

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