Clansman Agian Wins: Continues His Victorious March by Third Straight Success, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-21


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CLANSMAN AGAIN WINS j Continues His Victorious March by Third Straight Success. h he Pilgrim Once More a Disappointment Colando Shows Another Good Performance. d; . n tl LAUREL, Md., October 20. It was an off- sl day card programmed at Laurel Park this afternoon and while a claiming handicap was o of accorded the feature position Clansman, rac- P ing for his new owner, A. Alexander, contin- ued his winning ways and scored his third victory, this time at a mile and an eighth, tJ from C. P. Winfreys Trevelyan, with AV. A. Bucks Lunetta third. The field of five that 5 faced the starter were recruited from the I: ranks of three-year-olds and over at an en- tl tered price of ,000, and Trevelyan was in- ? stalled first choice. The start found the field leaving in good alignment, while Clansman j. began from the extreme outside, but Martin 0 had him away quickly and before the first j J. turn was reached Clansman was in the van, followed by Trevelyan, with Lunetta in third - position and Rubidium and Vitamin farther back. Rounding the bend there was a general closing up and Smallwood went to the inside g S. with Trevelyan, while Lunetta was forced to q circle the others. Clansman was sharply s roused at the stretch turn and drew away s into a slight lead, while Lunetta began to tire. Trevelyan was closing fast next to j, the inner rail, but the winner had sufficient g left to hold him safe through the final six- j teenth. r Pilgrim disappointed again this afternoon j if in the running of the fourth race, which j was at one mile, and Clyde Phillips furnished ,. the winner in Colando, which repeated his c winning race of earlier in the week. Colando j was hustled to the front by Wallace at the j start and dominated the running throughout. Bromelia was in second place, with Jock t Scot third. Pilgrim was on the inside and evidently does not fancy the going at Laurel c and Parke was of but little assistance to him in the race. j IDEAL RACING COXDITIOS. 1 Racing conditions this afternoon were all that could be desired and as a result another j j f large crowd journeyed to the course. Despite j i the absence of an outstanding attraction, the ; i sport was wholesome and was of a spirited j order. j . Mortimer J. Mahoney was a visitor at Laurel Park this afternoon for the first time j during the meeting. , Sam Louis secured another plater when he took Freezy Sneezy from Paul Powers for ?2,585 following her victory. The Westrnont Stables Tryster arrived 7 from New York this morning to start in the Laurel Stakes tomorrow. The horse shipped in good condition. Trainer "W. Irvine reported that Moco ; grabbed herself in her race yesterday and was cut about the legs. j Steeplechase jockey "W". Borgan, who rode I Enrico Caruso yesterday, suffered a broken , collarbone when he was thrown from his mount "VV. S. Kilmer was a visitor yesterday and returned to New York this afternoon, consulting with trainer Eugene AVayland in reference to his stable. The steeplechaser Elysian came out of his race yesterday with a filled leg, due to striking another starter in the race. The Clark horses will be shipped to Pim-lico on Monday and those which may be started at Laurel will be transferred over by van. Three carloads, the property of different owners, leave for New Orleans at the conclusion of this meeting. Among those that have completed arrangements are T. E. Crist, C. H. Morton, O. E. Pons, E. J. Salt and C. N. Freeman. Trainer Matt Brady has three three-year-old jumpers in training for J. E. Davis Reparation, Treviscot and Phoenix. The latter has trained off and has been laid up for the year, while the others are quite promising. DAVIS THREE YEARLINGS. Mr. Davis has three yearlings at Benning, a filly by Vulcain Himation, a half-sister to Prodigious ; another filly by the same sire from Turkey Red II., half-sister to Flannel Shirt, and another filly by Zeus, from Hop Scotch. AA A. Carter was a visitor this afternoon en route from Havana to New York, and brought flattering reports about the forthcoming racing at Oriental Park and the enthusiasm displayed by the people in reference to the meeting. Carter states that there are quite a number of horses at the track now. AV. P. Riggs was a visitor this afternoon and reported that J. "W. McClelland would ship seven of the Nalapa Farm horses from Latonia to Pimlico. Lucky Hour, Southern Cross, Missionary and Poe are among those named. E. R. Bradley will ship ten horses east, while a division of the Montfort Jones stable in charge of Kay Spence, will also be campaigned at Pimlico. J. S. "Wards good two-year-old Donges will be shipped east for the Maryland Futurity and Prince K., should he perforin satisfactorily for his owner, N. F. Dortch, in his Kentucky engagements, will also be a starter in that race. George Odom will bring down a division of the R. L. Gerry stable and those of August Belmont. This fall will mark the first appearance of the Belmont colors in Maryland for some time. "Willis Sharpe Kilmer at private terms purchased from J. R. Skinker the mare Bromelia, by "Whisk Broom II. Savannah, by Yankee, and she will be retired to the stud. In return Kilmer sold the four-year-old Our Flag to J. R. Skinker, which will be shipped south with the Skinker stabie. It was announced this morning that all the races at one mile at Pimlico would start and finish at the sixteenth post.

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