Lord Brightons Arizona: Carries the Rancocas Colors to Victory in Jamaica Feature.; Avispa, Translate and Title in Battle Royal--Rockets Impressive and Fast Race., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-13


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iLORD BRIGHTONS ARIZONA Carries the Rancocas Colors to Victory in Jamaica Feature Avispa Translate and Title in Battle Soyal Eockets Im ¬ pressive and Fast Eace NEW YORK N T May 12 Those who were fooled into the belief that summer was here to stay had a bitter disappointment at Jamaica today A cold wind swept in from the bay and the only reason for a straw hat vas the date of the month Not a few left top coats at home and the sunny spots were llic only comfortable ones But it was a big crowd and the sport was excellent for the feature offering was the Arizona Handicap a five and a half furlong affair and it went to the Rancocas Stables Lord Brighton under an excellent ride by Sande Bud Fishers Muskallonge was a close contender and the third the Marrone Stables Whisk weakly ridden by H Moore The Arizona Handicap was under selling conditions with 5000 as the selling price and Lord Brighton escaped without a bid bidFrom From a good start Muskallonge lest little time in finding his way to the front and Pen ¬ man cut out a sizzling pace with him Lord Brighton had left from an outside position and Sande soon had him right after the Fisher colt and galloping strongly He kept the old sprinter under restraint reserving him for a run through the stretch The Boy was showing the way to the others wliile Whisk after starting slowly brought up a distant last with Moore giving a sad exhibi ¬ tion of his efforts to ride rideNot Not until well into the stretch did Lord Brighton catch Muskallonge and then it was a drive to the finish to have him winner by half a length Muskallonge was doing his best to save second place and in spite of the riding Whisk had his nose at the saddle skirts of the Fisher colt at the end oore had raced Whisk along on the inside until the stretch and when he appeared to have room for that course he swung him to the outside of the leaders and he finished in a fashion that made it appear he would have been winner under a more intelligent ride rideThere There was a good contest in the mile and seventy yards of the fifth race when Avispa Translate and Title fought it out in the last eighth to finish in the order named and closely lapped lappedTitle Title went out to make the pace and when Thomas sent Round Robin after him the pair of them opened up a good lead in the back stretch Both Clarence Kummer on Title and Thomas on Round Robin kept right at their mounts until finally Round Robin tired and dropped back beaten Avispa was racing in third place while Sande was rating Translate back of the filly fillyTITLE TITLE SETS TIIE PACE PACETitle Title was still showing the way as he swung for home but in the meantime Sande had moved up on Translate and he had found his way into second place An eighth from the end he was well lapped on Title and the fight was on Then at the final sixteenth along came Avispa again on the outside The younger Kummer was hard at work on her and stride by stride she wore the other two down and at the end came on to win by a half length while Translate beat Title a head The other two Round Robin and Dan ¬ iel A were beaten off offH H P Whitneys Rocket gave an excellent exhibition of speed when he ran the three quarters of the second race in 1 12 to easily win from the Rancocas Stables Billy Watts the old mare Elected II Mavourneen LEclair and Ragamuffin RagamuffinThe The result was never in doubt from the first eighth when Penman went into a good lead with the son of Broomstick and he jtrst rated him along at a fast pace to hold him company perfectly safe Elected H hung on to second place until inside the final eighth There she tired and Billy Watts coming with a rush on the outside landed in second place placeRagamuffin Ragamuffin was virtually left at the post when he would not start with his company and he was only galloping behind the field being pulled up in the stretch stretchTIJTJA TIJTJA A UriSS SUCCESSFUL SUCCESSFULMrs Mrs M S Allans Lady Myra the daugh ¬ ter of Atheling II and Minnow was success ¬ ful in the opening fiveeighths dash It was a Tijuana score for Lady Myra raced there and she was ridden by R Carter who rode with a full measure of success at the far western track trackThere There was little to the race The Mule skinner raced away fast but Lady Myni soon caught and passed him to open up a safe lead Carter hustled her most of the way and she was always clear to win with a couple of lengths to spare spareJ J S Cosdens Osage raced forwardly from the start and saved second place by a length and a half Bessie Leighton the one to fin ¬ ish third lost some ground in the stretch and finished resolutely under a drive The Mule skinner after his tlash of early speed quit badly badlyLew Lew Williams has come in from Pimlico with three horses and is stabling at Jamaica After The Mulcskinner came out of the first race a trifle lame D R McDaniel decided that he would alter him and turn him out until late in the fall season seasonW W H Karrick showed a good sort of a threeyearold filly in the third race when he sent W R Coes Many Smiles to the post It was a race for maiden fillies and Many Smiles made a show of her opposition to win by eight lengths and under restraint The Rancocas Stables Nightmare raced into second place while Mount Hope from tha George D Widener stable was a distajit third Many Smiles is a wellmade chestnut daughter of Harmonicon and Laughaway Kimball Patterson acting for James W Bean the Washington sportsman for whom he is training has sold Charlton to B Hard ¬ ing An exercise boy named Cooper had a nar row escape from serious injury at Aqueduct this morning when the fiveyearold maiden Cordolier in the John Sanford string threw him and ran away Fortunately he escaped with nothing more than a bad shaking up For the first time there will be a con ¬ signment of yearlings from Harry Payne Whitneys Brookdale Farm offered at auc tion during the Saratoga meeting

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