Billy Barton in Triumph: Easily Accounts for the Valuable President Zayas Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-30


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BILLY BARTON IN TRIUMPH i a Easily Accounts for the Valuable President Zayas Handicap. a Attendance of Record -Breaking Proportions — Good Racing Despite Heavy Track. HAVANA, t aba, January 38.— The Ooldapple Stable** Billy Barton gathered ia one of the rii 11 plums of the winter meeting al Or:eni:.l Park ah* a he won the President Za.v.-is H.uilic.ip thi- afternoon Ihe stake had a ralae of 85.888 and a handsome silver and gold trophy. The C. ,V !». Stables ien eral Meaocal wa- seioad, with s a Prhm third. An immense aoaf Mhlail . bj tar the large-t of the meeting, tinned .tut to witne-- the running of the race. Il was the first time that the old rivals. Billy Barton and Geaeral Menocal. have met since 1 lie raaaiag af the Derby here ban aariag, when Billy Barton beat Geaeral Menocal by a head. In todays race Billy I.arlon led all the way and won in rather easy fashion. Ceneral Menocal was Ihe runner-up for the entire race. The big grandstand was filled to iis capacity, included in tne vast throat were members of all the aaaaaaaya, including aaebaaaadoi Goaaalea. Society was al-o out en ma — e. All bOXC* were filled with members of Havanas mo-t exelaarre social set. Preahteel Sayas and family occupied the state box and witnessed the running of the stake from the stewards stand. He also preseated tin- cup to the stable** representative. I rank Bray after Billy Bat ton won. The conditions of the stake did not call for a club cap and there being no pio,oiis int un.t ti-.n of Ihe president- g.-nerou- action in doiiaiing tiie trophy lor the race. The cap. Which was a affair of solid raid, was selected and pari baaed bj Presideal Zayas hiawelf. Despite the facl thai the race* were run on a heavy track, keen contests w ere in order: some fin lake* took the official placiag to dcthst tin- winner. partieelaiiy as with the fourth race when Oeeeae. •ianies lasted just long enough to heal Jobaaj OVonnell. King Worth Made a runaway affair of the first, Hutchison duplicated this perfarasaace in the second and Ohf Sinner scored his filth victor] at ihi-meeting when he galloped hone .11 Iront of the others in the third. BiaaOS nun Ihe -ixlh race t. twenty length- after leading from -tart to fini-h The nomination- for the Mam Castle Handicap, to be 1 mi next Saturday, have been announced. The -take is 01 of the odest at Orienial Park. I he distance is three -oeartera of a mile. The asee. coition adds 83,388 to the stake. 11 aaoaai rascal of tne eeights i- tine oa Wedaeoday. W C. Weaot. who has been enjoying a visit here during tin- past three week-, will depart tomorrow for Laahrrille, where he will take charge of tweatr live bene* ariatertasg at Daagbis Park lv. D. tiilpia, a Virginia brcedci of 1 hoi oughbreds. will leave for home on Monday. Mi. and Mrs. C. Archer of Baltimore arrived from New Orleans tor an extended Visit. They were Mark surprised al the beaatj aad exteal of the Orieatal Park track. Mrs Burns, mother of jockey Tommy Burns, is a recent arrival from New and nil! remain „ BSOath before returning North.

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