Second Day At Lexington: Some Exciting Purse Racing Pleases the Spectators.; Brotherly Love Wins the Feature in Fast Time--Lady Madcap Shows Great Speed., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-02


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SECOND DAY AT LEXINGTON Some Exciting Purse Racing Pleases the Spectators Brotherly Love Wins the Feature in Fast Time Lady Mad ¬ cap Shows Great Speed LEXINGTON Ky May 1 John McPher sons Brotherly Love gave a splendid exhibi ¬ tion iQ the mile feature here which he won by a small margin in the fast time of 1 38 from some highly regarded ones after he had seemingly appeared a forlorn hope as a result of his sluggish running during the earlier period of the race which caused him to be far back He settled fully in his stride during the last quarter and charging on the leaders with a great rush gained on them rapidly and taking the lead drew away de ¬ cisively in the last sixteenth Sir Thomas Kean was the early pacemaker and finished gamely although closely pressed by Yosh imi but won the place money by the margin of a nose The showing of Yoshimi was highly encouraging to his connections and he now looms up as a real Derby candidate for he raced impressively and covered the course in close to 1 39 39Another Another Derby candidate made an en ¬ couraging threeyearold debrt when Kohn Theisens Megan won the third race un extended in the good time of 140 Evelyn White which ran such a sparkling race on the opening day was made an overwhelm ¬ ing favorite here but her performance this afternoon was far below expectations Al verida an outsider was in second place and Stonewall headed the other starters startersMINTO MINTO II RETURNS TO RACING RACINGDesha Desha Breckinridges useful Lady Mad ¬ cap making her initial start for the season annexed what was regarded as the secondary feature after a stubborn battle to dispose of the onetime crack Minto II which today was making his reentry into racing after an absence of nearly two years Minto II showed fine speed and made a pace that kept him well in front of Jim Daisy and Lady Madcap but in the last sixteenth he began tiring and he should improve on the showing today todayMontfort Montfort Jones representatives started oft their Kentucky season auspiciously by scor ¬ ing a double winning both of the dashes for twoyearolds Their first victory was achieved with Shamrock a sturdy looking youngster by Rock View Tuscan Red that Earl Pool piloted There was an element of luck in this colts victory for Mojave the overwhelming favorite unseated Garner right at the start when the colt took fright and bumped into several of the other starters Shamrock was lucky not to be in the jam and raced into the Ipad at once and gamely shook off Patricia and First Ward his early challengers The second Jones victory came in me sixth race when Old Top wnich had received his early racing lessons at New Orleans won after a mild drive with Poppye and Ailsie Vernor VernorUncle Uncle Velo was the only favorite thatgot home in the Aan of any field and his vic ¬ tory coming in the last race was small consolation to the throng who had previously pinned their faith to favorites Uncle Velos victory was achieved in easy style with Wal ¬ nut Hall and Marse John the contenders contendersDR DR CARMEN DISAPPOINTMENT DISAPPOINTMENTDr Dr Carmen the local favorite was the first of three choices to offend when he finished far back in the initial race Grayson was the victor here although his success was somewhat of the flukey Kind as Archie Alexander ran as if best and would have won with a bit farther to go after making up much ground groundGingers Gingers absence from the sixth race this afternoon was due to an injury sustained in his race of Saturday which will probably keep him out of racing for the remainder of the spring and summer summerTrack Track conditions were perfect for the sport and the ideal weather was a contributing factor toward the immense patronage this afternoon The racing was whoiesome and the jockeys on their strictest good behavior showing fully that any Infraction of racing rules would mean a lengthy suspension if not a revocation of their licenses licensesW W Harris succeeds William Snyder as as ¬ sistant to starter A B Dado DadoH H J Knapp accompanied by William Street George H Bull and others arrived here today and will remain in these parts until after the running of the Kentucky Derby DerbyJohn John H Morris owner of Bosque Bonita Farm and Stud was among the visitors visitorsFrederick Frederick Johnson of New York was on Continued on eighth page SECOND DAY AT LEXINGTON Continued from first pnffe hand as was also Col Andrew Vennie who came from New Tork after a severe illness from which he has recovered recoveredThe The annual meeting of members of the Thoroughbred Horse Association will be held in the ballroom of the Phoenix Hotel next Wednesday evening at 8 ocloclc ocloclcActing Acting for his own account and that of Harry Payne Whitney Mose Goldblatt this morning sold Reliability and Straight Shooter to H Neusteter who will ship them to race at Maple Heights Ohio OhioE E R Bradley has decided on sending By Gosh to race in the Preakness Stakes He will be in charge of trainer William Hurley Busy American and Bet Mosie will be the Bradley representatives in the Kentucky Derby DerbyThe The presence of W Jarrcll astride Fur ¬ below marked his first return to saddle work since his fall at Wheeling W Va last April where he sustained injuries that left him badly lamed lamedAl Al Austin was advised today of the death of Garden City owned by Charles Irby The horse at the recent Tijuana meeting had won eight of his ten starts He died at Maple Heights HeightsUpon Upon the recommendation of starter Bade the stewards have declared that no entries of the horses Our Dear and Columbia Tenn will be received Both horses are barred because of incorrigibility at the post United Verde has been placed on the schooling list to correct his post habits habitsJockey Jockey Garner was lucky in escaping with a shaking up when he was unseated from Mojave soon after the start in the second race

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