Three-Year-Old Rebuke: Impressively Wins St. Pattricks Day Purse at Oriental Park, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-18


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THREE YEAR OLD REBUKE: ♦-— Impressively Wins St. Patricks Day Purse at Oriental Park. Constantine Furnishes Surprise in Defeating Meadoworth — f Derby Tryout Today. -* . HAVANA. ni :i. ii 17 The st. Patrick*! Dav Im ••••■. ;il HK mil-. was tin- stellar attraction 1 offered ai oriental Paifc today. The Gehtopplr Stable furnished tin- winner f it in Ike three -jm eM Behafce. The sea -r Dick Finr.oii was iidilii by Mclaughlin, who and excellent judgment iii restraining his mount during the early running. Not until reaching the stretch turn Mi McLaughlin re|. :lse his hold on Bobuke. I.ul one.- free of restraint the Mack nioed ap with giant strides and soon overtaking the leaders drew clear in tin-last eighth and won bf I safe margin. Petrarch finished second after suffering considerable interference and all the bad luck of the race. He was away last Bad met interference on the backstretch. bat overcoming this was gaining rapidly ai the end. The Leopard was third, tired out from forcing aad setting the pace. He had a clear lead in the stretch, bal gao way when the final test came. Btmal race was B big disapi ointment to his many backers, who figured him best. He did nothing to ■warrant such bciicf, being outrun throughout, though finishing fast when too late. I»octor D. made a runaway affair of the first race. Kelsay had him under restraint all the way and the result was never in doubt. The winner aad a two lengths lead over Humpy at the end. Hcngalcso set the pace in the second, but at th. cop of tin- homestretch Haywood mover up and took eaauaaad. The Panglo racer drew away in •HlP Inst eighth anil was three length-, ahead of Hie others passing the winning mark. Good Hope finished next to the outside fence and N. Swart had till lie could do at the end to keep his mount straight. Article X. came from behind in the stretch iu the third, getting ap in the final strides, beating rulmito by a neck. The Utter showed plenty of parly ■peed, hail a three lengths margin at the eighth ! ost- • "* " t1" finyl rbjhtk tired badly. Hie ie-ult of the fourth furnished a surprise when Constantino heal the odds on eheiee Mead-oworth by a length. The winner came through net to the inside rail entering the home stretch Where the leader bore oe.t. JOCKEY HUNT MEETS MISHAP. Jockey Hunt suffered a bruised foot while riding 0 a Ilea Hrrrj when in- was crowded against the inside rail and was forced to cancel his other engagements during the afternoon. McLaugblia was substituted on Salesman and Tool on l ouut Boris. Seven likely starters iu the Si.".. 000 Cuban llerby will receive a tryout ever a good distance ground to demonstrate just how fit tbej are for the great three-year-old race of the Cuban turf when they clash ill the Trial Handicap, at a mile and fifty yards, which will serve as an exceptionally good feature of Saturdays program. 1". S. Stevenson, first vice-president of the Ctiba-Ainerican Telephone and Telegraph company, who i arried here recently at Havana from New York, was among todays ekabhean gnate, W. I". Knebi Ikaiup. the and baseball magli.ile. returned ta Havaaa li -iu l. uisib toda for the purpose of witnessing the Iuiun Derby, iu which he will start either Lady Aataf or Buck-in -litj in. S. 1. liarnard. a bookkeeper of the Jockey Club. is forced to absent himself from duties because of illness. The Mlowiag kernn were shipped today to Guay-ab.-l Stock Fatal to be turned out until BCXt fall: Marry Stover, Wedgwood. Sally. Tooth. Brother McU-au and the yearling filly Harriett, by Sir Edgar. J. M. Ritchie of Fickle Fancy and Miss 1 1 rauland to II. J. Sheldon. The first-named mare ran under the colors of the new owner in the second race. P. Uiapky claimed Hutchison from It. L. liaker out of the third race for Si. 100. a «

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