Parader Wins the Feature: Defeats John Finn Narrowly in a Well Contested Finish, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-16


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F 4R4DER WINS THE FEATURE!. — « — — j Dcfcals John Finn Narrowly in a Wei! Contested Finish. » . Naughty Nisba Is Undeservedly Beaten — Latonia Sport Proves Pleasing to a Big Crowd. ♦ l BY J. L. DEMPSET. LATONIA. Ky.. June IS. — Pander, which has been racing consistently here, carried the ;1 T. J. Peadergast colors to victory in the j feature .ace, a mile dash, this afternoon, but j had to give his best to defeat John Finn, j I which landed a scant neck back of the I] Victor. Keddam headed the other three start-era that took part in the race, it was a j fast run race throughout, with Advocate In j v the roll of pacemaker, having taken com-! mand immediately after the start. Keddam and John Finn were closest in J I pursuit. Pander following, but saving dif- : ficulty because of having been ridden wide j . on the first two turns. He moved up steadily * after going * lialf mile, but uncertainty on ! the part of his rider which course to take j , caused him to be still a follower until reach- i ing the stretch, where the rider made up J his mind to come through next to the inner j ■ rail ar.d it was a good thing he did. a3 he i could not have beaten John Finn had he had I to come wide and around the latter. I, John Finn took up the pacemaking where j Advocate left off and an eighth out appeared the probable winner, but Pander outgamed him through the. last seventy yards. Patrons of Eatonia were treated to a fairly good feeing offering today and good sport;! was on tap. featured by close finishes. Pleas- ant weather prevailed and the track showed ] more solidity, making for good time in the various dashes. |j The succession of victories for Desha i Breckinridge was broken this afternoon by j , the failure of Naughty Klstta in the initial1,! race. She finished In third place, beaten : by Barracuda and Ararat. Her failure was in the main due to the inexperience of C. ! Kails, who had the mount. In addition to his inability to Vie of any help to the filly he got her cut off repeatedly at critical points , and the combination was more than she j could overcome. THREE FOB BRASS TACKS. Brass Tacks made it three straight victories for her when she accounted for the j i purse In the third race, for which she ruled . the choice. - he led throughout and was j easing up at the finish, Boju! landing in sec- j ond place and Florida Blossom coming third. ! Pindar Peel, on which P. Kennedy was] ! substituted after J. Zoeller sustained an in- j jury when he Cell in the opening race, on Build ie Kean, scored the easiest of any winner during the afternoon. His victory came in the fourth race, for which Honor Man was made the favorite. He landed third, Ben Bolt beating him for second place after a hard drive. Tokihime. a winner in his previous race, won the sixth race from nine other two-year-olds. He had a lengths margin over Kent L., with Fearie in third place. Kent H. was away last and appeared to have scant chance in the first eighth, but he moved up with fine speed in the last Quarter, although coming wide and finished with a rush. Dearie, hard ridden, finished in third place. Jouett again figured in a winning race and this time he beat a good band masquerading as platers. Sands of Pleasure finished second and Tulalip third. The winner showed fine speed, but he had to be ridden hard near the end to outstay Sands of Pleasure. ANOTHER PROMISING MISS. J. C. Milam uncovered in the second race a promising miss in his Dust Flower, a near victim of the disastrous fire at Lexington which wiped out the Milam racing string, excepting Anna M. Humphrey and Dust Flower. The latter is not as good as Anna M. Humphrey, but is a useful filly which will win from second raters. In her initial race she made a good performance, taking the lead at once and showing the way to her rivals throughout. Alice Blue Gown, another first time starter, carrying the colors of J. O. and G. II- Keene, also raced well to land in second place, after having been far back in the early running. Jockey B. Allen was suspended for five days by the starter for disobedience at the post. Faster Morn, which finished second in her only race to Anna M. Humphrey, will in future run as Regent Queen, thi3 being the name under which she is registered. Through some error £ he was entered and run as Easter Morn. Trainer Kay Spence has arranged to sell twenty of the Montfort Jones horses at auc- Continued on twelfth page. ■ ; i i . [ | f I | j I , ■ , , , j j j j j ] i i 14 ! i j I , ! i . I I - PARADSR WINS THE FEATURE V Continued from first peg*.! tion on July 5. He will ship a car of racera, including Fair Phantom, Miss Joy and Rock-minister to Saratoga next week to be tested and kept in light training until the opening of the Saratoga meeting. Todays arrivals included T. J. Pendergast, owner of Parader and others. He will be ° here for the remainder of the local racing. by Ed Trotter is planning to ship the Flor- r isant Stable and the horses he owns to Windsor at the close of the Latonia meeting; to campaign on the Canadian circuit during; n the summer. I Jockey A. Wilsons contract has again been - sold for a big price. This time to B, It. ! • ! v Bradley, and the youngster will begin riding, for the master of Idle Hour Farm as soon,0 | as his suspension for rough riding expires. I I l Barry Shannon, superintendent of Idle [d " Hour Farm, who has been on an extended visit to New York, was a visitor this after-! ■ t noon. He stated that the New York racing P was well patronized. He gave it as his opinion that Martingale was the best two- 0 year-old shown so far on the eastern tracks. I Entry blanks to the Kentucky Jockey Club 1 Stakes* to be run in 1923 for foals of 1021. f having an estimated value of 5.009 ; the 8 8 Batonia Championship Stakes for 1124 foals. 8 8 of 1921, having an estimated value of |5#.-| 000. and the Breeders Futurity of 1921 foals . of 1922 were distributed to owners this morning. I I The Kentucky Jockey Club Stokes is at I one mile and is run at Churchill Downs. The | Latonia Championship Stakes is at one mile . and three-quarters and is run at Latonia, The Breeders Futurity is run over the Lexington track futurity course and has its i decision in the fall. Entiies to these fixtures. J close July 1 In the consignment of Montfort Jones from i o Louisville this morning came Fair Phantom, ,1 1 Miss Joy and Hockminister. The horses willM ; be rested for some time before being put . back into training. Woi d was received today by general man- ■. ager Matt J. Winn from Thomas Healey, trainer of the P.. T. Wilson horses, that Pi-, •i J lory would be shipped here next Monday to fill his engagement in the Kentucky Special : ;: June 21. Morvich and Snob II. are ex-1 pected to arrive about the same time and j will receive heir final polish for the race ! i over the I. atonia track. j I Kentucky owners are not a bit awed by I i j the coming of the formidable trio. As a 1 t matter of fact they welcome their presence in the race, for they believe It will afford f them an opportunity to wipe out the defeat t administered by Morvich in tiie Kentucky I t Derby. One of the most sanguine that he i will finish in front of the unbeaten chain-J j k pion is llobert Shannon, part owner of Dead-i lock. He has this colt in superb form just now. as Indicated by a sensational trial the! J colt had yesterday when he turned in 1 :i-:, • I for a mile and an eighth and was eased up! through the last eighth, then finished out a] l| miie and a quarter in 2 :o8. . I | j "There is no gainsaying that the East i holds a strong hand in the array of cracks. they are sending here to pull down the 0.-j 900 and gold cup." said Mr. Shannon today, I i "but 1 am confident that Deadlock will not| succumb without giving a good account of J himself and I expect him to finish in ad-l vance of Pillory and Snob II. Morvich, in j ; my estimation, is a great colt, the best in the, country. But if it should so happen that he ai is not in his top form, or lias any bad rac-j . ; ing luck during the running, it wiii be J Deadlocks golden opportunity for a triumph. "Deadlock was a contender in the Derby] running until he developed a quarter crack, •i ■ which caused him to retire. The ailment kept him out of racing for a while but M doesnt seem to bother him now." j

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