T. E. Mueller Silks: Louisville Turfmans All White Colors in Double Victory.; Mayrose and Wida the Successful Standard Bearers--Old Cromwell Triumphs., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-07


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T L MUELLER SILKS Louisville Turfmans All White Colors in Double Victory Mayrose and Wida the Successful SuccessfulStandard Standard Bearers Old OldCromwell Cromwell Triumphs HAVANA Cuba March G The all white colors of the Kentucky turfman T E Muel ¬ ler were carried to victory in two races at Oriental Park tms afternoon when Mayrose beat a band of platers in the second and Wida finished in front in the third Both horses were ridden by Yerrat and both came from behind to win going away at the finish In the third Little Smoke furnished keen con ¬ tention in the stretch and Yerrat was forced to ride out Wida all through the final eighth At the finish he had the advantage of three parts of a length lengthForewarn Forewarn after several disappontments finally made good when he beat a band of platers the property of owners who had not won a race at this meeting He was ridden by P Groos and followed the pacemaker to the eighth post where he moved up and at the finish shook off Polar Cub to win going away by a couple of lengths Whippoorwill outgamed Polar Cub when the final drive came and beat him by a neck for second money moneyMayrose Mayrose furnished a surprise when she won in the second in rather easy fashion from Dcertrail She was outrun in the early stages and slipped through next to the inside rail entering the homestretch and at the finish was going away Deertrail was second and McLane third All three horses were outsiders in the betting bettingThe The last three races were at a mile or far ¬ ther and were all under claiming conditions conditionsFAVORITE FAVORITE LANK WINS WINSIn In the fourth T Monahans stable fur ¬ nished the winner in Lank which was a heavily supported favorite He was ridden by Groos and sprinted into a long lead in the first quarter but at the turn out of the back stretch Grpos eased him up and kept looking back vviththe result that his mount slowed down in the last fifty yards Then Groos got a bit overanxious and shook up his mount some and Lank beat Dr Shafer by a length and a quarter quarterW W J Daly saddled the second winner of the afternoon when the old campaigner Cromwell won the fifth Groos had the mount and when the start came sent Crom ¬ well to the front and he never relinquished the lead during the remainder of the con ¬ test Cromwell saved ground all the way but at the end had to be shaken up to stall off Acosta and Darnley DarnleyE E McCuan sold to H C Palus the five yearold filly Minnie Mack for a private con ¬ sideration siderationIt It was erroneously published that the Tri State Stable trained by S J Kelley had dis ¬ posed of the good sprinter Far East The horse is still in the barn of trainer Kelley KelleyJ J J Russell sold East View to Robert Denton for the reported price of 3200 The horse has been shipped to Porto Rico to be raced racedLieut Lieut Silvers of the Cuban army has se ¬ lected the name Silver King for the yearling colt Show Queen foaled by Solomon SolomonJockey Jockey G Williams was compelled to give up five riding engagements today on account of illness brought on by overreducing overreducingJockey Jockey G Wails who received severe in ¬ juries when thrown in a race about two weeks ago was able to leave the hospital today todayJ J W Pangle purchased of the Oncck Stable the threeyearold The Gaff

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