Double Stake Race Card: Latonia Offers Fine Entertainment to a Great Crowd.; Anna M. Humphreys Takes the Clipsetta Stakes and Deadlock the Ten Broeck Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-11


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DOUBLE STAKE R4CE CARD Latonia Offers Fine Entertain ¬ ment to a Great Crowd Anna M Humphreys Takes the theClipsetta Clipsetta Stakes and Deadlock Deadlockthe the Ten Broeck Handicap LATONIA Ky June 10 The twin fea ¬ ture bill comprising the Clipsetta Stakes one of the longestablished fixtures here and the newer stake race the Ten Broeck Handi ¬ cap each having a prise of 5000 added was a magnet that attracted an immense attendance to the Latonia track this after ¬ noon The Clipsetta is for twoyearold fillies and annually brings to the barrier the best in this division This year was no ex ¬ ception for the cream in the filly brigade tried conclusions The Ten Broeck had only five starters including John Finn and Dea lock both threeyearolds holding rank among the topnotchers and having figured extensively in the Kentucky Derby John Finn having finished third and Deadlock fourth fourthThe The Clipsetta showed J C Milams Anna M Humphrey as being by far the one outstand ¬ ing filly which has shown up this year and her success was accomplished in runaway fashion She began well and cet a swift pace until the stretch was reached where Garner gave her free rein for an eighth of a mile and she sprinted away with the easiest stride imaginable Garner then took her under re ¬ straint again and she passed the finish six lengths before Avisack which had been prom ¬ inent for most of the way Sweetheart fin ¬ ished well and landed in third place with Punta Gorda following The net value to the winner amounted to 6840 Anna M Humphrey was a pronounced favorite and paid almost as much for the place as she did straight straightAnother Another dangerous factor loomed up for the special 50000 race to be run here June 24 in Deadlock which captured the Ten Broeck Handicap with 5680 net as his portion and scored in easy style from four other three yearolds which he met in it He had up 117 pounds of equal weight with John Finn and they were conceding weight to the others Tomahoi took up the task of pacemaker with John Finn and Deadlock alternating in sec ¬ ond place both under restraint John Finn made a challenge for the lead after going threequarters but he was unsuccessful and he shortly afterward effaced himself com ¬ pletely Deadlock on the other hand when he began moving up came fast and when straightened for the stretch drive easily dis ¬ posed of Tomahoi and held Precious Lula safe when she came with a final rush Cherry Tree which had been a laggard for the first mile became active shortly after rounding into the stretch and also coming fast near the end passed the others for third place John Finn when he did begin to fail dropped completely out of the picture and brought up as whipperin whipperinINTEREST INTEREST IN CHEROKEE CHEROKEEGallaher Gallaher Brothers sent their crack colt Cherokee to the post in the second race and considerable interest centered in his advent He is held to be the best colt that has been uncovered in Kentucky this year but his de ¬ but was attended by a costly mishap to his owners as well as a large following ac ¬ quainted with his prowess Not along did the mishap bring a big monetary loss but it like ¬ wise failed to establish a line on the colts capacity He was ridden by J Howard and that rider was unseated just as the start came It appeared that Cherokee had been slightly bumped by Grass maid and Howard being off guard was brushed out of the sad ¬ dle The rider was sufficiently hurt to force cancellation of the remainder of his mounts Cherokees elimination enabled Lavinia to win after a rush through the last eighth with Al Stebler Actuary landing in third place placeParis Paris Maid was the winner of the claiming race that brought to the post some gooc platers She had to be ridden out hard to overhaul Marine Corps which at one stage of the proceedings threatened a runaway race of it Legal here expected to be dangerous broke down before a quarter of the distance had been traversed but the inexpcriencec C Rails unaware of the horses accident rode him hard for the entire race raceOvershadowing Overshadowing the feature races as a con ¬ test was the threequarters handicap in which some craclcs met and it developed a grueling battle between Bracdalbane and Continued ou twelfth pace DOUBLE STAKE EACE CAED Continued from first page Distinction the pair finishing necks apart Braedalbane wag given the severest test of his career in the race and he acquitted him ¬ self gallantly albeit ho was lucky to triumph over the McDowell filly Howards injury was responsible for B Martin being in the saddle on Distinction and he took her bade soon after the start and rodo her wide whereas Braedalbane beginning well raced into the lead with a rush and successfully withstood Distinctions challenge in the last eighth Had Distinction been away well and successful in holding her inner rail position she would have beaten Braedalbane Ad ¬ vocate finished in advance of the other good ones that started Braedalbanes success marked a double victory for Desha Breckin ridge for the afternoon Naughty Nisba hav ¬ ing accounted for her purse previously It also continues an unbroken record for the Kentucky publisher at the meeting J C Milam was also much in the limelight as a result of the Breckinridga successes for it enabled him to saddle three of the afternoons vinners his own Anna M Humphrey having accounted for the Clipsetta Stakes StakesJockey Jockey Pools second win was astride ot Jouett in the closing dash having previously ridden Paris Maid to victory Jouett beat a band of highgrade platers that included last years Latonia Derby winner Brother Batch Sands of Pleasure finished in second place and Brotherly Love third thirdTrainer Trainer T L Pierce in charge of the Jef ¬ ferson Livingston horses here slated today that the 15000 colt Newmarket would be shipped here to fill several twoyearold stake engagements engagementsJockey Jockey W Pool has contracted second call to Judge A W Young whose Jouett he rode this afternoon

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