Triumphs Bashford Manor: Easy Victory in Louisvilles Big Race for Colts and Geldings.; Lady Madcap Distinguishes Herself in Making a New Track Record--Lantados Fails., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-25


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TRIUMPHS BASUFQRB MANOR MANORi i I Easy Victory in Louisvilles Big BigRace Race for Colts and Geldings Lady Madcap Distinguishes Her ¬ self in Making a New Track Kecorcl Lantados Fails BY J L DEMPSEY DEMPSEYLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE Ky May 21 Desha Breck inridges good filly Lady Madcap showed the best performance of her career in the Pen dennis Club Handicap at a mile and a six ¬ teenth fjr a purse of 2000 serving as the secondary feature In it she was forced to cover the distance in 1 1 1 to achieve sue cess Tho time lowered the former track record by twofifths of n second held joint ¬ ly by Starbottle and Mary Davis carrying respectively 112 and 105 and made in Septem ¬ ber 191 1 Celesta holds the American rec ¬ ord having covered the distance in 1 tiS over the Syracuse trotting track during the experimental race meeting held there in 1911 Lady Madcap carried 113 pounds this after ¬ noon and was ridden by M Garner He kept her in close pursuit of Marjorie Hynes and Blanche Mac for threequarters but when ha began moving up on the lower turn Blanche Mac cut the Breckinridge filly off forcing Garner to ease her back and come around Blanche Mac He ranged Lady Madcap alongside of Marjorie Hynes just before en ¬ tering the stretch and soon after took com ¬ mand but at this juncture Minto II came with a threatening challenge and from the last eighth home the pair were under the strongest kind of pressure Lady Madcap however held to her task in game style and led Minto II to the finish by a half length Marjorie Hynes though tiring badly held on long enough to outstay the fast coming Brotherly Love for third place Lady Mad ¬ cap was saddled by J C Milam who took over the Breckinridge horses this morning morningFAVOIIITES FAVOIIITES TO TIIE FOUE FOUEFavorites Favorites had their innings and form was steadily maintained during the entire after noon In some instances it took the winners best to get home and its margin of victory was of the narrowest possible kind Deadlock which finished fourth in the Ken ¬ tucky Derby made his reappearance to rac ing in the initial dash at threequarters lie was slightly favored over the others and made good in handsome style with Dolores in second place and Colonel Baker third The race also held interest in the debut of Lan ¬ tados a supposed crack with a Tijuana made reputation The exaggerated estimate of him was made all too patent in the first half mile when he retired from contention He is a fast colt but in the judgment of some of the close observers of the nonstaying va ¬ riety Deadlock was in close proximity to him from the start and passed him in the last turn to ultimately win as his rider pleased Dolores ran a fine race and showed gameness in overhauling Colonel Baker right at the end endMontfort Montfort Jones Out Oui starting against a band of first timers made a show of them in the second race and won in a canter H P Whitneys Punta Gorda in a sharp drive beating Monardella for second money 1ETIE HAS CLOSE CALL CALLPetie Petie was a pronounced favorite in the third race and had a close call from defeat due to the weakness of Bruening who was unable to keep her from swerving out in the last sixteenth Dorius racing straight and gamely just missed the victory by a nose and would have been the winner a stride beyond the finish Billy Starr landed in third place It was Peties fifth consecu ¬ tive victory victoryGallaher Gallaher Brotners colt Triumph a flashy son of Theo Cook March and ridden by A Johnson accounted for the Bashford Manor Stakes worth net 0980 in impressive style from Dan E OSullivan and Jack Bauer Twelve started in the race including the best that could be mustered in this section The winner showed a fine performance and was well in control from the start Johnson al ¬ lowing him to follow the early pacemaker closely and when Easter Bells retired from the lead Triumph took up the running and had the race safe through the last sixteenth Dan E OSullivan also ran a good race one that marks him as likely to reverse the decision with the winner at a longer dis ¬ tance for he finished like a shot after mak ¬ ing a slow beginning and saved much ground when many of the others in the field moved out from the inner rail Jack Bauer was a contender during the entire race but just succeeded in outstaying Shamrock a stable companion to Dan E OSullivan for third place Prince 1C which has been racing in excellent fashion since his arrival from New Orleans failed badly here He had an outer Continued ou twelfth page TRIUMPHS BASEFOED MANOR Continued from first page h post position and was forced to race wide 1 for the entire nice which took much away j awayj 1 from his chances It was Triumphs second J start having been beaten by a scant margin on the occasion of his debut He cost his 1 present owners 2500 as a yearling Tom j Piatt disposing of him John II Morris bred him John Callaher who is the stables I trainer was sick and unable to witness the colts run today Allen Gallaher superintend ¬ ing the youngsters training and saddling Intensely warm weather was a contributing factor to fast time being made in the various dashes The attendance was again large but showed an absence of out of town vis ¬ itors itorsThe The sixth race brought to the post a band of ordinary ones with May Bodine turning up as an easy winner from Archie Alexander and Pemvell There was considerable activi ¬ ty about Red Iegs and Trooper but both raced disappointingly The latter ran out on the stretch turn when in a contending po ¬ sition and lied Legs was away slowly and could not make much headway headwayJockey Jockey Garner was in the limelight during the afternoon by piloting three winners his successful mounts being on Oui Oui Lady Madcap and the outsider Black Thong The latter won the closing race in runaway style and enriched a number who had seen his rac ¬ ing at Havana during the last winter T H Griffin will ship the J B Smith stable to Belmont Park next Friday to inaugurate an eastern campaign So far beginning with the New Orleans Fair Grounds racing the Smith establishment has failed to score scorea a single bracket Jockey J D Mooney who is under contract to the stable will stay over Saturday to ride Firebrand in the Ken ¬ tucky Handicap and depart that night for Belmont Park ParkMajor Major T C Bradley resident manager of the Lexington track was a visitor this aft ¬ ernoon and interested in the performance of his twoyearold Larchmont in the Bashford Manor Stakes StakesJ J C Milam who became inactive as a re sult of the disastrous fire that destroyed the CamdenMilam racers at Lexington lias taken over the horses owned by the well known Kentucky publisher Desha Breckin Breckinridge ridge which include the fast filly Lady Mad ¬ cap Naughty Nisba Braedalbane and Gen ¬ tleman Jouett He began his duties today and saddled Lady Madcap in the Pendennis Club Handicap That the East will not be allowed to carry off the 50000 prize In the special arranged by Col Matt J Wlnn while in New York Bradleyu was made clear today when E H Bradley announced that he would have at least three entries in the race and would positively send one representative to the post in all likeli ¬ hood Bet Mosie which finished second to Morvich in the Kentucky Derby DerbyR R H Shannon too is not at all satisfied that Morvich is a better colt than Deadlock which finished fourth in the Kentucky Derby and has signified intention of starting this colt in the special specialThe The race is already taking on considerable interest and promises to rival the Kentucky Derby in every respect It is certain thai the race will be viewed by the largest crowd that ever visited the beautiful Latonia track trackThe The program book for the final six days of the Churchill Downs meeting wore distri j I buted among the horsemen by racing secre ¬ tary William H Shelley today They show a 2500 handicap for threeyearolds and over at threequarters for Decoration Day nexi Tuesday Entries to this race close on Sat unlay unlayFair Fair Phantom one of the Montfort Jones representatives in the Kentucky Handicap showed a good workout in galloping a mile wass and an eighth in 1 54 this morning She was going fast all the way running the quarter in 24 half mile in 4Sy5 threequarters in 113 and the mile in l10Vs This filly has startec only once this spring to date and upon tha occasion she won by running a mile in 137 137Trainer Trainer Gene Wayland of the Willis Sharpo Kilmer stable returned from his employers farm at Binghamton N Y where he spen several days on a business mission He los no time in getting Exterminator winner of the Clark Handicap and candidate for the j Kentucky Handicap Saturday into action the veteran cup horse working a mile and a quarter in 2 07 this morning Jockey A Johnson was on him and he never hurriec him 251shalf He was timed the first quarter in 251s half mile in 51 threequarters in 1 1G mile in 110 and mile and an eighth in 15J RJ Tommy Taylor has sold Bonero Blue to R A Forsha and she ran in her nev owners interest today

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