Double for Baker Stable: Judge Budrow and J. C. Stone Wins for Kentucky Turfman, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-23


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I DOUBLE FOR BAKER STABLE ♦ 1 Judge Budrow and J. C. Stone Wins for Kentucky Turfman. ♦ Derby Candidates on Exhibition Today — Thos. Monohan Buys Billy Barton and Rebuke. a ■ HAVANA. Cuba. Match 22- The program st Oriental Park today was made up of a series of claiming race- and the conditions of four of the six were arranged to suit hor-es which f nicied going farther than the usual short sprinting distances. There was a decided iuinrovement iu the truck, it being in fairly good condition and gradual improvement was noted as the afternoon progrcs-ed. The R. L. P.aker stable scored a double with Judge Budrow aad J. C. Stone. The latters victory was an extremely lucky one. ns Win or Quit ran as if best, but lost through a bungling ride. Jessica K. furnished a surprise in the first when she came from behind in the stretch and. finishing fast, won going away at the end from Bacchanalian. Fields had tin easier time winning with the filly than with Judge Budrow in the next nice when he was forced to put up a rousing fiui-h to gain the verdict by a short head from Discus-ion. Judge Budrow fell lame during the running of the race and was swerving over toward the inside at the end. Another stride past the winning mark and Di-cus-ion had him beaten. Sea Pirate, making his first appearance of the meeting, proved an aaap winner in the third. He wis ridden by jockey Tryon and outran the others from the start. Sea Pirate drew away into a long lend 011 the bickslretch and won under restraint at the finish from Little Dear. Unman came from behind in the Stretch, wearing down the tiring Hazel V. and Baal her a length Pi a driving finish in the fourth race. The favorite. Walter Turnbow, closed yu immense gap after follow ing the others for three-tiuarters and win gaining on the leaders al ew-ry stride at the end. MILE TRIAL FOR DERBY HORSES. Three Cuban Derby candidates will receive their final public trials prior to Sundays big race when they start in tin- ,000 purse race at a mile, which will he the headline!- on tomorrows pro-gritn. The Derby eligibles will be put to an acid test, as they will clash with older horses, several of which are of stake caliber. The three-year-olds are Rebuke, which will be coupled with Billy Barton, last years winner of the Derby: W. Daniels Costigan and Willie Dugans reliable filly Leghorn. One of the most imporlant turf deals of the local meeting was consummated this morning when the Qeldappte Stable sold their four-year-old Billy Barton and three-year-old colt Rebuke to Thomas Monahan. president of Hie Cuba-American Jockey Club. Both horses carry their new owners colors in tomorrows fourth race. The purchase price was not mad" luiblie. Rebuke is a candidate for the Cuban Derby and Mr. Monahans main object iu securing the colt was to have represent a tion in the closing days valuable stake. Both horses will continue to be trained by Frank Bray, who ha-li.ul iniile satisfactory results with the horses of the Coldapple Stable at this meeting. In preparttsa for the Derby engagement Lady Astor, the brown filly by Sweep Martha Lee lhat will carry the colors of W. F. Knebelkamp in tin-big race, was given a trial at Hie full Derby route of a mile and an eighth between the seeead and third races today. The filly worked to the s.itl-faction of her trainer. Rill Kin:iigan. mid pulled up iu fine condition. She is a sure starter in Sundays stake. Several hor-es. tsmnd for American tracks, departed this morning for Key West. Among the number were Lackawanna and the crack two-yoa --dd True Flier, the winner of the Cuban Juvenile Stakes in the colors of Sam Harris. Both horses were sent to Havre de Qraea, where True Flier will be taraed over to Jerry Carroll, who has been engaged as Harris trainer. Other departures included three belonging to G. M. Lidgo. two to J. II. Spragtte and three the property of Harry Hcnb-11. They are hound for Jacksonville for the coming race meeting a! that city.

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