Noses Apart at the Finish: Guvnor Ararat and Last One Give Sparkling Exhibition in Havanas Feature., Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-16


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NOSES APART AT THE FINISH . . i Guvnor Ararat and Last One Give Sparklinq -Exhibition in Havanas Feature. HAVANA. Caha, March IS.— The Harbor Handi ea|i. the feature »t traction at Oriental Bark this . afternoon. furuKhod a stirring finish, when three of the seven starters passed the winning marlc noses apart. M. Coldblatt saddled the winner— - Cuvnor — which beat his stable mate Ararat, with List One third. The Boy started out like I wine nor by taking the bad in the first tew -triibs an.] f setting his opponent-, a dazzling pace. Belle of Kiizabothtow n followed in closest pursuit of the J pacemaker to the tap of the homestretch, whe:-.- she tired. Then The Boy bolted and went wide and Uararr aahaaai through next to the inside rail with iavaaa*. The latter was driving at the end and I just lasted long enough to aatllHj his stable com paniou Ararat, which got away -lowly from tic outside and ran wide until rounding the far turn, where he came again and finished wearing the win aev down. At the end l»ast One e/aa gaining on the leaders, but ju-r failed to -el up. The fra - i tional time was 8%, IK:V.. IM%. A two-y ear-old race, which opened the after- I aaaa*a eatertateaaeat, faratehc4 a stirring contest. The favorite. Balladium. and Hie Harry Bayne Whitney colt Straight Shooter fought it out all through the home stretch and Balladium was the winner by a short head. The Manageress. ;i first-.time starter at this meeting, made all the pace in the second and won going awny at the end. after withstanding a strong challenge by Ostelle at the eighth post. Buddies, the favorite in the third, had to be much the best to win. He got away from the extreme outside ami was carried wide in the early stages, hut when Bennian got h:m straightened out in the lomcstretch he moved up with a rush and won going away at the end by a length from Oallou-B.erry. The latter made all the pace, hat tired when the winner challenged. Approval made all Hie pace in the fifth and beat Tony Beau by a length, while Benman was forced to put up a rousing finish to get Beliability to last long enough to outstay Bnndel by a head .n the sixth. Todays victory was the fourth straight for Beliability. W. K. Knebelk;mi claimed Stonewall for SLMaV Col. J. B. Carroll, chief attorney of the B. and O. Bailroad. neoompnnied by Mrs. Carroll and her daughter, arri.ed from Baltimore and were entertained in the clubhouse. ••mmander II. B. Cilpin. owner of the Kentmere Kami in Virginia, and a well known breeder ind o.iior of that state, who h.-is been visiting Havana for about six weeks, leaves tomorrow for New York Voik. Jockeys Brydges and Simmons lost their ap pientice allowance la-t Sunday and an now full-Hedged riders. The mare Scylla foaled a fine looking hay filly by Sir Kdgar at the Oriental Bark stock farm this morning. Several owners will leave some of their horses in Cuba for the siuuno-r. Among the number an- c. A. stonobam, a. Allegra. J. Do ■atraaapaa, J. D. Milton. H. K. Swan. A. C. Niehaus, W. B. Kinni an. O. ti. Foster. H. 6. Wilkins. B. Mock, U. B Kennedy. W. Daly. J W Bangle. W. Feuchter. B. I.yilockor. J. H. Balterson. Bete William*. Harry Woods, c. v. Ko.-s. a. Teaapaat, C. afeGaaaa, M. Keifert, J. Murphy and II. B. I»avis. jockey J Oaaaaara haves today for Bantfaaan, v here he will rest up until the opeuing of the Bowie , i »o i. o; meeting. i»o ■ lop. •

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