Races for Non-Winners: Havana Card Given over to That Class of Horses-H. P. Whitney Sells True Flier, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-17


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r | i t t v a | t ,, | | a . [ J I 1 I I t I i • RACES FOR NON-WINNERS I Havana Card Given Over to That Class of Horses— H. P. Whitney Sells True Flier. HAVANA. Caba, February 10.— Secretary Nathans. .11 certainly provided conditions that wore pop 1 alar with the owaoM racing here when he stipulated j that beret ■ eligible for the- tint five races .it Oriental Part this afternoon should be for nc.n- ■ winners of 00 since April 1. The distance for all tin-so races was for three-ipiarters mile. It was to be expected that tiie different races 1 brought together horses of ordinary caliber. That 1 they were well matched, the results showed, the , majority of the- finishes finding the winners first j by small margins. c In only one race during the- afternoon were , horses thai fancied going a longer route given a , ehaaee. This was in the sixth, a dash of a mije and an eighth, for non-winners since November 23. Baea was made the favorite in the opener and , made- good and area winning all the way. She , broke from the inside post position and hugged , the inner rail the entire race At the finish she | led Speedy I.ady by a length. Tatting, with Iriblc in tin- saddle, came from behlad in the stn-tili in the second race and beat 1histleliloom by a scant length in a driving finish. Whippoorwill ami Invincible had a stretch ilucl in tie- third race. At the end Whippoorwill just lasted long enough to win by a head. Invincible : lost much ground by going wide or would undoubtedly bare won. M.ss Kit proved the best in the fourth. Hunt rated him off the pace until straightened out in the final racing, when he took the lead and drew away without effort in the last eighth. Quaker beat Machine Cunner by a head for second place. Samuel I. Hanis and Archie Selwyn. two well-known theatrical men. who are here for a short vacation, acquired by private purchase from H 1. Whitney the promising twoyear-old filly True Flier. In her last start True Flier smashed the track record for three and a half furlongs. The filly is a prominent candidate for the Juvenile Stakes, which wili be run here Saturday. H. K. Davis reimrts that his well bred mare Miss Brush has a foal at his farm near Hagerstown by the Kthelbert stallion Itameau. Norfolk Belle, which fell lame in her last start, will be bred this spring to Cannon Ball of the same stable and has been fired. GOOD FIELD FOR JITVENILE STAKES. A most representative field is expected to face the barrier in the Cuban Juvenile Stakes, the dis tance of which is a half mile. The initial stak" event of the year for baby racers will be decided on Saturday. Present indications pont to a Odd of at least twelve starters. Ou this ba = is the stakes approximate value will be ,880. The following youngsters, which have either won or shown prominence in their racing, will compose the field: Lereaa Marcellia, True Flier. Straight Shooter. Carboiiell, Tank, Tender Seth, Enrico, Col. Pat, Frank S.. ionwithim. Kris and Palladium. The following horses, under supervision of Sidney Bender, will be shipped to Porto Rico on Friday by Senor Louis Rodriguez aboard the steamer Habana for a short race meeting to be- held at San Juan: Don Manuel. Margaret Nash. Prince of Como. Brit-tony. Herine. Cloy. Signal Corps. Arada, Cockle and Ac-ambus. William C. Sproule, governor of Pennsylvania, who is spending a vacation in Cuba, was the guest of the Jockey Club here today. He was most favorably impressed with the beautiful plant. The" Cane Memorial pilgrims, composed of the Cane Lodg- and other pre-Mason lodges from the Patted States who are in Cuba for the purpose of placing a memorial tablet on the house in Havana where Dr. Cane, explorer, died, visited Oriental Park this afternoon and were entertained by general . manager Frank J. Bruen. Included in the delegation were judge Harold Lippincott. Charles Perl-man. J. E. Hardenberg, James Shaw. David J. Meyers. H. F. Fries, T. Moffatt. F. J. Holmberg. ■ Iwrence N. Tyler, J. B. Guthrie. J. T. Birmingham, • .1. A. Whitcomb and Charles M. Echevarria. S. Miodow. the owner of Old Sinner and Lads Love, acquired the contract on apprentice jockey r McAlaney from W. Daly. The following jockeys were set down by the * stewards today for rough riding: Atkinson for ten i days for rough riding in the sixth race, G. Stone I for ten days for rough riding in the fifth race, . W. Pool for ten days for roughing ia the second. .

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