Fair Orient in Tight Finish, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-01


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FAIR ORIENT IN TIGHT FINISH. Fair Orient had to be riddea ill to beat Little Dear by i seaal leasts in the closing dash. Wreck-less wheeled .iust after the barrier was rtleaatd and unseated ins rider. Pastonreau, the -i year-old s,,t; of Flint Keek Priekly Pear, by Persiatasos has been purchased !:,. m f GoMblatt by .1. J. JleCafferty, series t. i Ui.. it-do Gooses. Tin- bitter intends pl.oing the horac ia the stud oa s fana Bear Mariaaae. Keene Brotbem -oil to D. Franklin the fottr-year-ohl l.uke M.-Luke — Carewo colt St. .to OS private terms. Jockey U Peaasaa, the Whitney rider here, was absent from the saddle today on account of I foot ailment. A party of New York aad riaeiaaatl theatrical tin. who are in Havana for the parsaai of k»ok-inH over the ground With a view .«f liuilding an Americas theatre here were entertained at ranch ,.,,,, -,r the dab bowse, prior to the races this afternoon by general 111:111 cr I J Blileii. I o-visitors are former eoagressaMn Joseph L. Rhine ork, K. H Havlin. K. I. Harris. Ken Lam-. B ■• 1 Heidensfeld and Mrs. HeMeaafeM. Other gn. -of Mr. Prion were Ambassador W. K Gowxale*. II. D. Brown and Frank Steinhatt. in .i.iratious for the tibau Derby, Hie Graad Prize of Cuba, the Hand National Handicap and the Cuban Predaee Rtakes 1 first part are due tomorrow. K.biuaiy 1 Those not declared will have to pay .SoO.IKI. Tony Rogers, employed in the entering department at Oriental Park since the first year, departed for New York. W. F. Knebelkamp has arranged to leave for his home in Louisville next Tuesday. Two horses changed hands after the running of the fourth race today. S. McNeil took Shootawav. while O. L. Foster claimed Hoover. The consideration in both cases was kl.lSB e

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