Double for J. A. Parson: Sister Susie and Neg Win for Western Turfman-Jockey Williams Rides Well, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-10


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DOUBLE FOR J. A. PARSON Sister Susie and Neg Win for Western Turfman—Jockey Williams Rides Well. TIJUANA. Mexico. April 9. — Sonic of the money, tb inks to .1. a. Parma, watch the Tijuana lackey Plata distributed Saturday, will remain in the West. This came ahi in wiien the Ph-miii Stable scored twice daring the afternoon, and if ever there was a Western horseman Parson is the PO 44-loo par teat of it. The Parana winners for the afternoon were Biater Basle and Sea;, a ad as there was i little price associated With these and it is reported that the st-ible connections wagered liberally, the day probably bordered on a state of perfection Im Parses. Both winners were ridden by jockey G. Williams. That elongated youth, whs refuses te take "no" for an answer wi:h a tiring thorough-bled. He does i In- stable riding and he did this aalte xeii yesterday. A ligat misty rain began to fall during the i-oiiise of tii - program and after the Re* olid race the track dropped lack from the designation of asl to good. The precipitation was not enough to affect the course to any great extent. Fair weathei is the forecast for Sunday and all are booing for it. far the sprints Handicap, in which aa attempt will be mane to lower the track mark of 1:11-,-, fat the three quarters lias drawn an extra big rnvwd of race I athaslHtS from California points. There was sa arrival of long shots at the finish to cause ilia; ripple of •,ahs" so noticeable when the outsiders minib.-r is displayed at the top of the board, i ho two for the program were Striker, paying 15.M to 1. and Velvet. 17 to 1. The edals-on choice and the only one for the days racing was Tooatbeola, winner of the eeeoad race at one mile. This son of His Majesty so far outclassed the athera in the opinion of the talent that they could give only scaaty consideration to the oilier- The resalt was that Tnambmla paid only 1 to :; in the 111 a i hilles. JOCK"? WILLIAMS HAS BUSY DAY. Jockey Williams beaked in Hie limelight of popularity and he sort of dominated the riding. In addition to scoring with Sister Basis and Neg. this jockey was out of the money only once with his five otiier mounts. He rode Brian Kent. Gs On and Vera Wood to aecsad place and W. C. Dooly to third place. Col. Snider being the only one to fail him. As for the manner in which the races were run and decided the fifth, at five-eighths, was of the mosi impoi iance. It held the place of honor on the card, niui also was the most iaterestlag. This event furnished owner Parson with his first vn loiy of the day. for Sister Susie caught Angela tiring and i arne around her field to win by a nice Biargia. Robert L. Owen was third. There was quite a delaj at the past and whea the horses were finally sent away Angela, a daughter of The Wolf, which was somewhat tardy in leaving the gate, rushed to the front With amazing speed. she slowed the way until well into the stretch. v, le-re Sister Susie offered her a challenge. Aageta readily gae way to the Parson mare and for the latter victovy was then assayed. Roln-i t L. Owen was third and the better of the others. Mayflower, representing the C. B. Irwin stable, in 1 er realty had i rhaarr as the bariler rose. This erratic sasre was away pearly aad was always ■ distant follower. Age was served in the fourth race at one mile Wkea Striker, which I. as been racing Cat alios! iaaaaaerable atasaa, got home first by the scantiest of margins ahead of the favorite Prophecy. Tin-finish of this race Was of the ding dotig variety and not until the last, stride had been completed was the wiaBCT known. Al Wick, a well-played eeeoad Choice, after looming ap BMaatfagly midway of the stretch, aait, but was easily third Im-sL The aged marc Velvet found a track to her notion and showed her heels to a irrtierrt lot in winning Hit; sixth race at three-quarters. Her vn tory was unexpected, hence The liberal price Of 17 to 1 in the machines. Her nearest iial was Limerick, which was pressing her hard at the finish, while the favorite W. C. Dooly flnlthfd lapped on the first two. Short Stop was claimed out of the eighth race by -i. a. Parses for si.ono. HinSTTJUIER BELIEVED OUT OF DANGER. Continued improvement is reported ill the coii-ditioa sf Jockey Hvatsaser. It is said now that the youth is p-actieally out of danger. Judge Lee Rase of San Pie go, ■ SfeU-kaowa Wcstein official, will be the gseslillai steward at the Van ouvor and Victoria race meetings. Be received official notification of his appointment Saturday. .fudge Rose iias been in til" si-inil at autay of the Westers meetings aad is extresaely popular witit borseaaea ami foilowera of the thorough tn id. Cnrsera, a brother to Lautaib.s. by Crasados -Ternaada, i- a three-year-old, and like Laatados, which is considered of great promise, xvas bred by Miss Anila Baldwia al her Arc-adia Rancli. near Lop Angehs. U;-s Baldwin. Whs some lime hack gave a hint that She might become interested in racing, has shipped Craaera to liai Carl, who traiaa Laatados for M. .!. Bsrroas. Miss Baldwin has iastmeted Carl ts gite t!ie colt a short preliminary training here u fore shipping him to Kentucky. li has been reaocted by aitendants at the Baldwin ranch thai tin- colt baa shown DsOre ill his trials than even Laatados and Miss Baldwin expects Cruaern to bring additional glory to the famous Maltese cross colors of red ami black, raced so sneeessfally by the lata E. J. "Larky" Baldwin. A carload of horses ia eharge of Charles Irby will get under ;lj Monday with Cleveland as the destination. In the consignment are Gath. Sansiiur, Kalgeorge, Coffleld, pardes City, Frank Pogarty, General Agraasoate, Caralcadoar II.. an r. trick and Lady lone. They rente see I the boMiaga *■ three owners C. V,all, North and Howe and c. Irby.

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