Frank Fogarty a Failure: Proves Big Disappointment in Tijuana Main Race-Al Porter a Good Thing, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-05


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I j I i FRANK FOGARTY A FAILURE ] Proves Big Disappointment in Tijuana Man Race — AI Porter a Good Thing. -— ■ — - i TIJIANA. Mexico February 4. -The Mexican t:a-k was good yesterday. It had dried in a hurry and by Sunday is will he fast unless more rain -hoilld fall. The sixth race was the feature of yes- t i lays .aid li was at .me and eae-sixteeath Stiles and there was a world ..f money for Irank logarty. the Wi.i.k I.jsh Wit gelding from the G: Alexandra string. Franklin and Po.x lor were . onpled in the hoping as the entry of Smart Polk sad S. Price and was s.micwhai neglected, as was Itah Baker, a horse which has shown a glial Improvement in the hands of C. B. Irwin Frank Iogarty is -. berse of inciis. His was not a nailing mood yesterday. He was away last in a field ■ l" nine and jockey J. Huntanier was required to go io ihe whip early to make him run. At intervals of the race lluntamcr need the whip freely. Off in the lead was Hob Baker and he held this until , the turn for home. Franklin had been saved rinsed up to this point. where Jar key K Fatsr railed on him. Franklin wore down Bah Baker in the stretch and ultimately won by two lengths. As for Frank Iogarty. he was gaining fast in the stretch, but hat rush .nine ISO late and the best he could do was to nose out of third place. Boh Baker holding on la second place. In the fifth ra e of three-qua n.-rs of a mil. S,s I j ter Susie, from the .1. A. Parson stable, was backed lo the exclusion of all others, the talent Insisting that any price on her was a good one. Jockej Noble took her right to the front and ihe pink and blue colors of Parson were so prominent all t!i" way that the issue was never in question. In the stretch, however. Noble wa - required lo do a hi: of hard riding, but Sister Susie had ewaagit stamina left to answer the call and beat Sedan by three quarters of a length. Sedan was given a faultless ride by jockey Pablo Martinez and, although a tired racer near the end. Matin./ kept the Irwin nr~i going and he took second place from Rapid Stride by a nose. It was in the fourth race at one mile and seventy yards that the others odds an choice of the afternoon collected. litis was Bonneville, an. .her from IBS Parson stable. He ran right back to his recent Itrilliaal performances and. menllng the lead from thick Barkley just as ihey turned for home, he ; drew out to win by two and a half lengths. Chick 1 Berkley ran a good race waa mack the better of ! I." Others, for lie was five lengths ahead of Sio-nan .!•. i it at the end.

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