Four Straight Wins: Different Eyes Continues on His Victorious Way.; George Kuffan in Fast Performance to Capture Carnival Handicap--Darnley Again., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-02


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FOUR STRAIGHT WINS Different Eyes Continues on His HisVictorious Victorious Way i George Kuffan in Fast Perform ¬ ance to Capture Carnival Han ¬ dicap Darnley Again HAVANA Cuba March 1 E L Fitzger ¬ alds consistent sprinter Different Eyes made it four straight when he beat Col Chile by a nose in the fourth race this afternoon He was ridden by Stutts forced a fast pace from the start and after passing the tiring pace ¬ makers at the eightli post hung on long enough to withstand the game challenge of Col Chile The latter finishing fast was gradually gaining on the winner Pepper Tea the quickest to begin showed in front until straightened out in the homestretch where she was jumped on from behind and cut down badly badlyThe The days victory marked the fifth that Different Eyes has scored at this meeting In his other eight starts he finished second six times third once and fourth once onceThe The races today were run over a track that was in perfect condition Light showers fell about noon and the rain was just heavy enough to lay the dust The attendance was large and the speculation brisk briskThe The Carnival Handicap which was pro ¬ vided as the afternoons attraction was run as the fifth race This mile and fifty yards dash brought out a small field of four horses George Kuffan showed a reversal of form in winning by a couple of lengths from Isos ¬ celes The pace was fast from the start the fractional time being 25 47 1 12 1 37 and 141 Sea Prince came out of the race lame which accounted for his poor perform ¬ ance anceHACK HACK FOK CUIJAXIJKEDS CUIJAXIJKEDSThe The conditions of the first called for Cu banbreds and brought out a field of five It furnished a stirring contest between three of the contestants At the eighth post Claro de Luna Solomons Kilts and Hetty W were heads apart and fighting it out When the final test came Claro de Luna proved the gamest and beat Solomons Kilts by a head Hetty W tired in the last sixteenth and was beaten by a length for second place placeDarnley Darnley made the field in the second look cheap and he was a wellbacked favorite Corey had him under restraint until making the turn into the homestretch where he went past the others with a rush and taking an easy lead drew away to score by eight lengths while AVhippoorwill had to be hard ridden to beat Gupton by a half length for second place Pittsburg got in a jam soon after the start and went to his knees forcing his jockey to pull up upA A tight fit came with the running of the third when Sempronia came from behind in a sinewstraining finish and just managed to get up in time to beat Haran by a nose The winner was last to leave the post and was forced to work his way up on the outside American Eagle the favorite was third thirdMontillo Montillo furnished the afternoons surprise when he beat out Roseate by a head in the sixth race With Milner up he worked his way to the outside when the HeM entered the backstretch and after passing the leaders who were tiring came inside at the eighth post and just did last long enough to stall ofC Pvoseate The latter had a rough race especially in the early stages and went wide the remainder of the contest though at the end she was coming fast and gradually wear ¬ ing the winner down downOn On the report of Dr Ashe that Od Ben was not in fit condition to race the stewards ordered the horse withdrawn withdrawnMiss Miss Proctor foaled a finelooking chestnut colt by Solomon at Oriental Park Stock farm this morning morningFincastle Fincastle developed a badly swollen hind leg Wednesday night and was excused from starting in the fifth today todayW W J Tlalvon has purchased the fiveyear old Kentmere from the Kentmere Stock Farm at private terms

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