Two For J. A. Parson: Huron II. and Carrie Moore Carry His Colors to Victory.; Margaret Ware Furnishes Upset--Misericorde Makes Good After Several Failures., Daily Racing Form, 1923-01-21


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110 FOR J A PARSON Huron II and Carrie Moore Carry CarryHis His Colors to Victory Margaret Ware Furnishes Upset Misericorde Makes Good GoodAfter After Several Failures HAVANA Cuba January 20 J A Par ¬ son who tops the list of winning owners racing at Oriental Park scored a double this afternoon with Huron II and Carrie Moore MooreThe The formers victory came with the run ¬ ning of the first race when he beat Big Son by a nose in a sinewstraining finish It was a bitter struggle from the rise of the barrier to the last stride After Huron II was briefly headed by Pittsburg the son of Sweeper regained the lead again and gamely hung on though his victory was chiefly due to the superior ride of G Wil ¬ liams who outrode P Groos in a thrilling finish Williams jollied Huron II along all through the homestretch and won with a horse that wanted to quit at the eighth post Williams is a rider of no mean merit and would be a valuable acquisition to some big eastern stable stableCarrie Carrie Moore ridden by P Groos led all the way and won with comparative ease from Redmon which made a determined effort at the sixteenth post but the leader held him safe safeIn In the second Ballyncw raced Arrah Go On into defeat in the first threeeighths and in the stretch run shook off all other opponents and drawing away into a com ¬ manding lead beat Memphis by three parts of a length The latter passed the tiring Arrah Go On in the last sixteenth sixteenthTUIIBULEXT TUIIBULEXT QUIT QUITAn An upset came with the running of the third race when Margaret Ware wore down tho tiring pacemaker Turbulent in the stretch and got up in the final strides to win by a head Turbulent set a fast pace and appeared to have the race won when he be ¬ gan to quit Havana Electric got third money moneyMisericorde Misericorde finally won a race She was made favorite on various occasions and has always disappointed but this time she was in with a bad lot She just did manage to get up in time to beat the tiring pacemaker Miss Rankin by a head The latter quit to a walk in the last fifty yards yardsAmong Among todays American visitors at Ori ¬ ental Park were about 100 tourists from New York making a cruise of the West In ¬ dies on the White Star Lines Megantic The vessel arrived in Havana Friday and will dock long enough to permit the passengers to take in the many attractions around the city cityArthur Arthur Rubenstein the famous pianist arrived Friday and will give a series of re ¬ citals Numbered among todays spectators of the racing was Robert C Hicks traffic manager of the Georgia Florida Railroad RailroadA A visitor at the track today was W Raw stron who succeeded F J Beverley as trainer of the stable of F L Stevens StevensOne One hundred blue jackets from the Italian warship Bronteis now in Havana harbor were made the guests of the Jockey Club this afternoon and were accompanied by a number of officers and all enjoyed the rac ¬ ing

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