Torsida Shows Great Form, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-06


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TOESIDA SHOWS GREAT TORM. Totllda looms up as having more thau ordinary ability. Many close observers say sh" is the best three year-old here. Her victory yesterday K i her other laurels to add to the several she taken in her division during the meeting. It was ik the sixth race at throe quarters of a mile Torsida. carrying the colors of J. C. Holmes. showed good early speed. She found the most contention in Nan McKinney and the latter passed Hie pacemaker rounding the last turn. Jockey Studer went to the whip on Torsida and the filiy gamely responded. She caught Nan McKinney and. gassest at the end. stuck her nose ahead of her rivals. Thriller, the favorite, ran third. Although he did not get any part of the money, the name of Master Franklin was on many tongues after the second race. It was remarked that a horse Which turned in such a good effort as Master Franklin certainly was entitled to more consideration ia the wagering. This aged campaigner was away tenth in a field of eleven, but in a game finish worked up to fifth place at the end. Had he won he would have paid 4 5.90 to . Another who is making his first visit to the track this winter is Thomas J. Mulvey of San Francisco. He is accompanied by Mrs. Mulvey. Mr. Mulvey is a well-known sportsman of the northern city and is secretary of the superior court in San Francisco. Two victories in as many days Brassages n bum-p. r season of lacing for the Toddington gelding Don Dodge. Friday he won at five and one-half furlongs. Saturday he was victorious at three-qnartan of a mile. J. A. Parson claimed him out of the race yesterday for ,100. ■y t v" re has „ ks and „l m ,! ,.j e, , J ; J I, | [1 a a n n B f it

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