Parader Victorious: Has a Close Call from American Boy, but Stands It.; Aunt Jane First in the Race for Two-Year-Olds--Huonec Wins Again., Daily Racing Form, 1923-01-16


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PARADER VICTORIOUS Has a Close Call from American Boy but Stands It Aunt Jane First in the Bace for forTwoYearOlds TwoYearOlds Huonec HuonecWins Wins Again NEW ORLEANS La January 15 Pa rader which had figured in two previous los ¬ ing performances was installed an over ¬ whelming favorite in todays feature race a mile and a sixteenth handicap in which he was asked to concede weight to all the other starters but ho was equal to it although giving his supporters considerable alarm during the last sixteenth where he was driving hard to outstay American Boy which had begun a menacing challenge when an eighth out and was pressing Parader in threatening style Pool only succeeding in keeping the Pendergast representative in the lead by a margin of a neck The lightly weighted Colando set the pace in the early running with Parader in close pursuit The leader gave way when reaching the stretch but held on long enough to land in third place placeBracing Bracing weather was the rule this after ¬ noon making for more comfort than on previous days in the last ten when summer heat was the ordar A surprisingly large Monday attendance witnessed the racing and had considerably the best of their speculative tilt with the fiftythree layers that quoted odds during the afternoon afternoonThe The racing was again spirited several of the finishes eliciting considerable excitement excitementFlilXCK FlilXCK Til Til FAILS FAILSThe The defeat of Prince Til Tii a wellbacked favorite was the outstanding disappointment of the afternoon The colt was best but sluggish racing during the early running proved fatal and he was unable to overcome the lead that Roseate II stole on him in the stretch under a careful ride by Pool The latter with Smalhvood carried off riding honors during the day each with a pair of victories victoriesW W Daniels Aunt Jane broke out of the maiden ranks with a victory over some well thought of twoyearolds that made the contest in the threeeighths scramble opening the days proceedings Idle Thoughts was the favored one here showed the most speed and appeared the winner when a sixteenth out but Aunt Jane finishing fast and gamely overhauled the B J Brannon filly right at the end Lee Adrin an out ¬ sider finished in third place placeYouneed Youneed which figured in a runaway and a collision last Saturday was taken liberties with by the layers in the second race but he proved he was much the vest and led the twelve other ordinary ones home in easy style with Fast Trial second and Ora leggo third thirdCamouflage Camouflage supposed to be at a disad ¬ vantage on a fast track surprised by leading for the entire distance in the third race and beating Royal Charlie home by a close mar ¬ gin in the third race May Bodine finished in third place placeSUPERBDM SUPERBDM IS LAST STRIDE STRIDESuperbum Superbum seemingly hopelessly out of any chance during the early running came with a rush through the stretch in the sixth race and snatched the purse from Beach Beauty when that racer seemed to have the race won wonThe The concluding race fell to Huonec which again raced in impressive style and out ¬ stayed the fast coming Hickory with Ber mont in third place placeJoseph Joseph A Murphy assumed his place in the stewards stand this afternoon having re ¬ turned from Henderson Ky this morning morningJoseph Joseph M Murphy the wellknown east ¬ ern operator departed tonight for Palm Beach where he will make an indefinite stay stayDue Due to a slump in attendance and a pros ¬ pect of the Fair Grounds financial returns not coming up to expectations and a desire to refrain from throwing the association into more debt two of the four 5000 handicaps announced for this meeting will be declared off This is with the consent of the repre ¬ sentatives of the Thoroughbred Horse Asso ¬ ciation ciationJ J W Bean was an arrival from Washing ¬ ton to make an indefinite stay here David Gideon was also among the newcomers newcomersW W A Shea was given a rehearing this morning and the stewards still have the mat ¬ ter under advisement advisementMuch Much interest is being manifested in the announced revival of the Louisiana Derby and horsemen here with promising thrce yearolds in their stables arc planning to point them for that valuable race There are a sufficient number of good horss of that ago quartered at tho Fair Grounds to aasurc success

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