Interest in Morro Castle Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-03


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1 1 i ■ ; ! . j • 1 1 • " i - 1 INTEREST IN M0RR0 CASTLE HANDICAP. Horsemen are looking forward will: kc.-li interest !o he running of the Morro Castle Handicap next Saturday, when tiny b. lieve will be decided the much mooted piestion which hor-e is entitled to he called the champion sprinter of the meeting. The recent tunning of the Marianao Handicap, in whhh Aiken beat Ararat by a head failed to settle the qaestisa. Aiken carried but 10ft. eoni- pared to 13a shoulders by the Goldblatt sprinter. Aiken had all be could do to win and the differ- once of 17 pounds was altogether in his favor. Those horses are carded to meet again in the Morro Castle HaaaVep Aiken will pick up lit pounds and Ararat 12.".. There will be other good ones iu Saturdays race and it is po-sible that one of them may succeed in beating tile above mentioned stat-The starters with weigrhs are: Ararat, 125: Rive: side. IIS; Belle of Elizahethtown. 11«: Aiken, 114; Ihe Bov. 114: Guvnor. 110: Ijist One. 107; Cj - donia. 101: Little Black St p. 106; Rebuke, 81; and Ughoru. 94. Harry M. Stevens, the father of the Jockey Clubs popular caterer, will reach here from New York next Tuesday, for an extended visit. Mrs. II. Banners good five-year old Buuga Buck, now racing at New Orleans, will be shipped to Havana shortly to fill engagements in a number of rich stakes for attach he is eligible. A. Allegra. owner of the white fleet sight seeing automobiles in New York, and the proprietor of a stable lveing raced here in charge of H. J. Kearns. arrived yesterday for a long visit. Mr. Allegra is also interested in racing at New Orleans. Apprentice jockey H. Swait. have- Eriday for Charlottesville. Ya.. to join the stable of his cou- tract employer. William Garth. Joseph Le Blanc u well-known ticket broker of New York, arrived today for a brief visit.

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