Yashmak and Woodland: Carry Popular Whitney Colors to Double Victory at Bowie, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-11


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y U ■ Y s1 a n *J • " s J * 1 JJ j jj ■ J* r; » ■ r ° * ■ ■ u ■ ■ J * r v s § r J is a l J ■ r j c 1 J . , ] c I : I I . ] hall I : | : 1 l • » I : . 1 1 8 8 I 4 1 YASHMAK AND WOODLArD i a Carry Popular Whitney Colors to Double Victory at Bowie. ♦ — — St. Allan Furnishes Surprise in Mile Handicap — Ultra Gold Scores Impressively. BOWIE, Md., April 10.— IT. P. Whitney** Yashmak, the handsome daughter of Broomstick — Baksheesh, made amends for her d ; -appointing showing a lew da s ag.- by winning the Fairfax Handi.ap. the premier attraction of todays program at Prince GSOTga Park. Her victory was clean eut ami ;--t" ni doubt as to her superiority over the four three-year-olds with which she measured strides. Away slowly and saved naddf restraint until well into the stretch she passed Fly Ball as if he was standing still and field Dick Deadeye safe in the final eighth. Dick Deadeye loomed up dangerously at the lower turn and, though finishing gamely with fine speed, was no match for the ■ inner. Fly Ball ran a good race, dispta] Ing keen speed in pacemaking. but tiring badly when the real test came. Yashmak was the p. ■•Hilar favorite, with Plucky coming la for on siderable backing, but doing nothing hi liio race to warrant it. The Old Virginia Purse brought together a field of five to go a mile and resulted iu a decided upset when H. M. Howards St Lllaa, running in vastly improved form, wau .tti easy winner from Torn McTaggart, ivhtte Gain de Cause was third. Speculation centered about The Lamb and The Archer, with the latter the post-time favorite. The start was a good one and Murphy had St. Allan away quickly, with The Lamb in close pursuit. Rounding the turn Into the baol stretx-h St. Allan drew away and had a safe lead at the end. Tom McTaggart ran htrwardiy throughout and was easily second, while The Lamb tired after reaching the far turn and dropped back. Gain de Cause was closer up than usual and outstayed The Archer, vdiich ran poorly. Todays card served to bring together well-matched fields and spirited racing resulted. The speculators had an exceptionally good line on the different starters and the majority of the winners were accoaded confident support. The track was at its best and good time was recorded. The weather unusual for this time of the yen with midsummer sun hissing down from an unclouded sky. The attendance v. us of good proportions for a Monday, being well up to the marks set for any off day during the past week. WOODLAXD EQUALS TRACK MAKK. Harry Payne Whitneys Woodland, o cheat-nut daughter of Whisk Broom — Sylvan, I Mk the measure of a fleet band of Juveniles la the opening dash of the day and incidentally equaled the track record, which was established by Wishbone last spring. I Inrmetl Pantages was second and Wrangle third. The winner was ridden by I . Stirling and, -tailing from the outside, was quick to gee going and drew away into a safe lad. ai men Pantages raced forwardly throughout, but was doing her best to withstand the faat-closing rush of Wrangle. The latter go: away slowly, but finished fast under punishment and would have been second in a fe-.v mors strides. Ultra Gold, stanchly f.upported, war. returned an easy winner of the third race, ■ dash of three-quarters of a mile, with King John and Apple Jack II. taking the minor portions of the purse. The winner was ridden by L. Morris, who saved the son of Golden Maxim — Ultimus from the early pace. He sent him to the front entering the BtretoH. and Ultra Goid drawing clear was under steady restraint through the final eighth. Redmon and Apple Jack II. set the early pace and the former was the first to Hy distress signals. King John ran a redit.ibk* race under the impost lie was asked to i.rry and. closing faat, outgamed the tiring Apple Jack II. in the final strides. Charles Hawk was an arrival from J BOaa* sonville this afternoon. KINGS CHAMPION CHANCES HVND3. G. W. Foreman purchased privately this morning from L. Magni the hone Kings Champion, which will be shipped to Havre de Grace with the remainder of the Forcn.ia stable. R. F. Carmans three-year-old Zorro baited at the Benning track on Saturday and fell into a ditch. Neither horse nor rider wa.j in-» pared. A bay colt by Meridian — Enterprise arrived at Carmandale Farm yesterday, the property of Mrs. O. Koehler. Theodosia and Restless, the property of Continued u aecoud page. * « YASHMAK AND WOODLAND Continued from first pace. D. A. Cohn of Wilmington, Del., have been taken up at Laurel and shipped to Havre de Grace. Eugene Lutz made his appearance this afternoon following a severe attack of grip, which kept him confined to his room for a week. W. Knapp has taken over the engagement book for jockey C. Kummer for the Havre de Grace meeting. The J. S. Cosden stable was split, the two-year-olds and jumpers being transferred to Havre de Grace this morning. The Derby candidate Good Times was left at Baltimore with several of the older horses to continue his preparation for the big western race. Frank Wilson, agent for the IL C. Fisher stable, reached here today and proceeded to Havre de Grace to complete arrangements for the arrival of the Fisher horses, which are expected tomorrow. D. R. McDaniel and P. J. Lavin returned today from New York, where they spent the week-end. James Arthur announced today that jockey Chick Lang would ride one of the J. C. Fletcher starters in the renewal of the Kings Plate at Toronto this spring. The dates for the opening of Thorncliffe, Toronto, has been announced to be May 29. The stewards excused J. L. Hollands Ballot Mark from the fourth race, due to sore and shelly feet. Trainer W. Shields announced that the stable would be shipped to Havre de Grace tomorrow. Word was received from Mose Goldblatt that he would dispose of his own horses at public auction through the Fasig-Tipton Co. at Louisville or Jamaica and devote his entire time to the training of the H. P. Whitney and Greentree Stable western strings, which number thirty head. Jockey C. Lang, the riding sensation of the present year, has been engaged on the following mounts for tomorrow: The Muleskinner, Feigned Zeal, Quick Run, Attorney Muir and Lucy Kate. G. W. Foreman claimed Fair Mac from J. B. McDaniel for ,106. The horse will be shipped to Havre de Grace. C. P. Winfrey claimed Bribed Voter for ,120 from O. B. Akers in the same race

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