Ultimo in Record Time: C. and D. Stables Recent Purchase Scores Impressively in Havanas Main Race, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-16


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; i j . i : : ; J j , , I , , I ] ULTIMO IN RECORD TIME C. and D. Stables Recent Purchase Scores Impressively in Havanas Mam Race. IIAV.WA Cuba. February 15. The «. and D. stable- iiir,-.- i ar obi Iltimo. which they recently acquired from the Goldapple stable, ahowed ■ U«id peifonnaiice in today*! feature at Oriental Dark when he won the Maine Memorial Handicap, which wnn a dash of fi.- and a half tarlonga, and incidentally equaled the track record, l:i."... for that distance. Cltlaao met a band of last sprinters in this race, which I..- won in runaway fashion, makinir all the puce and winning bj a couple of lend lis from Iist One. The fractional ti was 22%, 4I.1;.. 1 :0.V,.. Williams Brothers furnish. il the winner of the two-year-old race in Palladium, which won with ease. Palladinas had the Inside post position and left tin- barrier like a scared wolf, drew away in the first eighth, ami thei Teased his advantage all the way until he led b] seven lenjltii- a the fini-li. The iiinlitioiis of the second and third raCCS called for horaea which were tin- propertj of owners who hail not won a race at this Meeting This brought on! onlj ordinnry fields. Acclamation won the sec 1 with .1 Kindle in the saddle. It was the 1. ids first winning mount at this Meeting, The third furnished a stirring finish, in which Morro Castle boat Molinero by a neck. Inu-uai Interest is being taken in the forth earning Cuban Inrenlie Stakes, for which |2,000 will be added. The race will be over a distance of a half mile. A- tin- liar indicates, 11 is for "babv" racers This is the first -take of the year especially for iliis cbiss of horse-. The slake will be run Saturday as the feature of an excellent card of aerea races. Indications at present point to a fiohl of at least eight of the best youugstera at the truck competing. The unbeaten Missouri bred Iill [.i.n-ii:i Manella. which is in the stable of Ben leSMM, will probably be the favorite. She has had a e,M»l rest, which her owner believe* will be of "nit liomtit li. 1. Whitneys True Fli.-i is also attracting many adherents. Her winning pel -forniances 111 date have made her a most formidable rival of the Jones filly for first haSMM lackey PriWe, the latest riding sensation here. was born in larkersburg, W. Ya.. eighteen years ago. He entered ui his riding carer at Tijuana last winter but rode with indifferent success, not having a u inning mount until he piloted Stanley II. to victory toward the close of that meeting. April . After leaving Tijuana he rode at a number of Canadian tracks and al-o a I Brie, Ia. He is under contract to E. K Major, the Missouri owner, who discovered Stan and expects to take the lail to Bowie to rid.- there after the rijose of the meeting. F. .1. Morrow, a new racing recruit, acquired the filly Betty .1. at auction last Saturday for 12,505 He turned her oarer t. r. 1, Lrydeeker to be trained Mr Morrow Intends securing some mare horses f..r .1 campaign on the Canadian tracks this spring. Johnnj Dnggnn, a bookmakers cashier, i- cm fined to his hotel with a mild iilnes-

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