J. S. Cosden Too Generous: Loans Lang to J. E. Madden to Ride Muriel Von Der.; And Lang Pilots Madden Filly to Victory as Cosdens Duster Finishes Last., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-18


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JSCOSBEN TOO GENEROUS Loans Lang to J E Madden to Ride Muriel Von Der And Lang Pilots Madden Filly to toVictory Victory as Cosdens Duster DusterFinishes Finishes Last NEW YORK N Y May 17 J S Cosden bought Duster from Albert Simons in an ef ¬ fort to win the Rosedale Stakes at Jamaica today Then the recently engaged contract jockey little Chick Lang was loaned to John E Madden to ride his filly Muriel Von Der in the same race Just for that Lang piloted the Madden filly to victory after having forced Duster along so fast through the early running that she finally pulled up in last place The race demonstrated one thing conclusively and that was that no mis ¬ take was made in the purchase of the Lang contract He never rode a better race than he did against the filly that was carrying the silks of his new employer The Rosedale is a fiveeighths dash for twoyearold fillies and only five went to the post Solisa from the Greentree Stable raced to second place while third was the portion of Harry Payne Whitneys Cresta with Sam H Harris True Flier winner of the Suffolk Stakes on the opening day fourth I ILittle Little time was lost at the barrier and Duster had a shade on the others at the start Lang shot Muriel Von Der right after her and before the turn out of the back stretch was reached the Madden filly was well lapped on the Cosden purchase Around the turn they raced closely lapped and Lang kept right at Muriel Von Der until finally it was Duster that cracked and dropped back slightly slightlyIn In the meantime Solisa on the outside moved up and True Flier began to tire under her burden of 125 pounds Cresta was also going well as the field swung for home but Muriel Von Der held to her lead and saving ground on the turn was still racing fast Right at the end her early effort began to tell on her but Lang kept her going and came home a winner by a neck Solisa was running away from the other behind her at the end and in a few more strides would probably have reversed the result Lang has already become a rare favorite with the rac ¬ ing crowd and the victory was a tremendous ly popular one judging from the ovation that was his when he returned to the scales scalesCOLD COLD A D DISAGREEABLE VTEATIIEH VTEATIIEHIt It was a real Bowie day at Jamaica and all afternoon the skies were overcast and there was a cold wind blowing that made the sport anything but comfortable for the big crowd that was out The track was in good con ¬ dition but the temperature and the high wind was not conducive to fast time in any of the races racesIt It was a good field that went to the post in the mile and a sixteenth of the Flight Handicap and Harry Payne Whitneys Dam ask under a welljudged ride by Morris was the winner from Mrs Louise Viaus Audacious with Joseph E Wideners Pilgrim third The other starter was Recount RecountMorris Morris waited patiently with Damask while E Kummer who had the mount on Audacious went out to set the pace as was to be expected In the backstretch the son of Star Shoot and Bold Girl had a lead of a couple of lengths while Recount and Pil ¬ grim chased closest after him himNot Not until the turn out of the backstretch was reached did Morris move There he called on Damask and quickly passing the other two drew alongside of Audacious Once there Morris was content to save his mount again and he was able to keep step with Au ¬ dacious daciousAudacious Audacious was showing the way when ho made the turn for home but Damask was go Ing so well that Morris waited until in the last eighth before he drew up and then when he had the leader headed he kept him beaten to the end to win by three parts of a length Four lengths back of Audacious was Pilgrim PilgrimIIEIHAISTOS IIEIHAISTOS MAKES AMENDS AMENDSFrank Frank Browns Hephaistos in a small meas ¬ ure atoned for his failure in the Preakness when he easily took the measure of a smart band of threeyearold sprinters in the three quarters dash that was the second race Morton L Schwartz Toil raced to second place and third was the portion of Valter J Salmons Superlative From a good start Toil was the one to cut out the pace while Hephaistos was a bit slow in finding his legs Sands raced him along on the inside and holding that position was able to find his way through before the stretch was reached Once straightened out for home tho result was never afterward in doubt and at the end Continued uil second page J S COSDEN TOO GENEBGUS Continued from first page he was two lengths to the good Toil readily saved second place by a like distance and Superlative had no trouble outOnishing Ex ¬ cuse Me for the short end of the purse purseA A S Woodcliffes Episode furnished a real surprise in the mile and a sixteenth of the third race when by a rush through the last eighth he was up to win going away while O Terrells Runquoi took second place and Frederick Johnsons Carnarvon third thirdThe The surprise of it all was that at the head of the stretch It looked for all the world like a twohorse race between J B McDaniels Sea Mint and H M Howards Sea Cove and both failed to finish inside the money moneySea Sea Mint as was to be expected was the one to set the pace In the early running Carnarvon went after him but at the half mile ground Sea Cove was In second place and galloping so fast that he gave every promise of being a real contender contenderSea Sea Mint saved ground on tho inside all the way and he was still holding Sea Cove safe as he headed for the finish At the eighth post it was still a twohorse race then in a flash it all changed Meriraee rushed Episode through between the two leaders while Runquoi rushed up on the outside and Carnarvon began to come again Sea Mint and Sea Cove were all through and quit badly right at the end Ten Buttons the only other starter was always outrun outrunTen Ten ordinary selling platers and the once mighty Old Rosebud made up the field for the opening threequarters dash and the winner turned up in Walter Houses Victor S Second fell to J H Louchheims Ogarite and W C Clancys TingaLing was third thirdIt It was anybodys race swinging into the stretch but through the last eighth Victor S drew away but at the end he was tiring and had to be ridden out outOld Old Rosebud ran prominently to the stretch turn but was forced to race on the outside of horses all the way and he tired at the end TingaLing saved ground in the stretch and for an instant loomed up as a possible winner but he tired when tho final pinch came Beckna was unfortunate in the run ¬ ning when while a contender he was pinched off on the inside and crowded back badly He ran an excellent race to finish fourth after this misfortune Another unfortunate was War Note which was squeezed out right at the start and had no chance chanceMiller Miller Henderson has arrived at Belmont Park from Pimlico with six horses horsesJ J S Cosden added another good twoyear old to his string when he purchased Duster from the Orleans Stable Duster performed under the Cosden silks In the running of the Rosedale Stakes StakesSamuel Samuel Ross has shipped his sprinter Pride of India here from Pimlico and he will be campaigned over the New York tracks for the BurchSam Washington sportsman by Selby Burch Sam Louis has a onehorse string to race in New York This one is Leochares II and he is being trained at Aqueduct by M J Murphy MurphyFormer Former jockey Edward Walsh now an em ¬ ploye of the CubaAmerican Jockey Club was an arrival from Havana HavanaC C J Casey has arrived at Aqueduct from Pimlico with the horses of the Pelican Stable George StableGeorge Odom took up a subscription at Jamaica Wednesday to defray the funeral expenses of W Lang the jockey who was killed at Stroudsburg Pa Sunday while mo ¬ toring from Baltimore to Montreal

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