In A Thrilling Finish: Neddam, Parader and Orcus Home Heads Apart.; Chiva Shows a Good Louisiana Derby Trial--Sandalwood Wins All the Way., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-07


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IN A THRILLING FINISH Neddam Parader and Orcus Home Heads Apart Chiva Shows a Good Louisiana LouisianaDerby Derby Trial Sandalwood SandalwoodWins Wins AH the Way NEW ORLEANS La March C Neildam acquired recently by S N Holman scored his second successive victory for his new owner when he beat the heavily backed Pa rader home by a short margin after run ¬ ning a game race Orcus finished in third place The race was at one mile and served as the feature Farader being an outstand ¬ ing choice But Neddam did not lack for friends and hat steady support He began slowly from an outer position and had to race wide on the turns but came fast and gamely through the stretch and overhauled Parader in the lust twenty yards yardsThe The early running was dominated by Crack o Dawn with Parader a close follower On the stretch turn Parader Crack o Dawn and Neddam were on even terms but only mo ¬ mentarily for Farader began forging into the lead He appeared the winner when an eighth out but Neddam came swiftly and outstayed him Orcus which finished third and only a head behind Parader ran a good race and with a better rider up probably would have won wonLouisiana Louisiana Derby eligibles were given an opportunity in the fourth race at a mile anl seventy yards It resulted in an easy victory for Chiva which led for the entire race ami won with all case from the outsider Slan ¬ derer with Irish Pat third Prince of Um bria and Superbum a pair that were banked to figure extensively in the race got away badly and were unplaced Perfect weather was again present and the racing was witnessed by a large attend ¬ ance There was much betting activity The wagering was general and not confined to one or two of the starters Thirtyeight layers operated an increase over yesterday yesterdayMay May Bodine making her first appearance in a long time won after a hard drive in the third race for which Orlova was the favorite Archie Alexander was pressing the winner hard at the end and with a bit farther tc go might have won His showing this aft ¬ ernoon was a decided improvement over his race of several days ago when favorite and ridden by Mem Orlova Haltered until the last sixteenth when she began tiring tiringJockey Jockey L Morris again figured in a losing race He was on Deep Sinker in the final race and when approaching the first turn he took his mount up to last place and then came around He was beaten by inches by Topmast and May Roberts Topmast under the inexperienced W Reid would not extend himself in the first halfmile but through tho last quarter came with a sensational rush and headed May Roberts in the last stride strideT T B Clohers Sandalwood surprised by leading for the entire distance in the second race and outstaying Feodor and Jago San dalwood returned to the stand bleeding slightly from the nostrils nostrilsThe The opening race found twelve ordinary ones going to the post with Glenlivet the choice and under F Smiths rousing ride ho outfinished Spinning Flax There was con ¬ siderable suppoit here for Spectator but that horse got into a jam during the run ¬ ning and came out of the race with badly cut legs legsHIDING HIDING HONOIIS TO SMITH SMITHJockey Jockey F Smith carried off riding honors with a pair of victories and a second Ho will be absent Trom the saddle for five days because of a suspension from the starter for Jisobedionce at the post postSteve Steve Judge who was in charge of the shipment of Prince Tii Tii and Bon Homme to Tijuana arrived this morning He reports the Tijuana meeting progressing well and improving Judge will go to New York shortly where he expects to train some horses this year yearS S Gooch shipped Stock Pin and Flying Dev ¬ il to Bowie where they will be rested until the meeting there opens opensC C R Ellison departed this morning for Hot Springs wheie he will remain for somo time before going on to Louisville LouisvilleLogan Logan Denny has taken Panasain over to train trainOtto Otto Beumir is the latest of the bookmaking fraternity to depart He went to New York this morning morningLouisiana Louisiana Derby candidates were in tho limelight this morning and were given trials for their coming starts in the 10000 race to be run on the closing day March 17 Sham ¬ rock the mainstay of the T V OBrien stable and possibly the post favorite worked a mile and an eighth in 2 00 unextended Edward Gray another choice worked his mile in 145 Setting Sun showed the best Continued ou twelfth pace IN A THRILLING FINISH Continued from first page trial covering a mile in 144 Calcutta ran threequarters in l13o l13oThe The American League champion Yankees were out in force at the track this afternoon They arrived from New York and will train here hereSecretary Secretary M N Macfarlan of the Mobile track distributed the eleven days program book of the racing there No purse of less than 500 is scheduled scheduledThe The officials for the meeting are areJoseph Joseph A Murphy presiding steward John Carey and M N Macfarlan placing judges John Carey clerk of the scales A E Blan chard paddock judge Francis P Dunne timer William Snyder and William Hamil ¬ ton starters

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