Fine Weather Conditions: And Well-Balanced Card Attract Big Crowd to Tijuana.; Jack Baner Scores His Fourth Straight Victory--Sue Donovan Easily Triumphs Over Snooksie Bradley., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-08


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FINE WEATHER CONDITIONS And WellBalanced Card Attract Big Crowd to Tijuana tory Sue Donovan Easily Triumphs Over Suooksic lirndlcy SAN DIEGO Cal March 7 Summerlikc weather and a wellbalanced card of eight races coupled with the fact that it was ladies day brought out a crowd of large proportions at Tijuana yesterday A warm sun beat down on the course and it had the effect of drying out the track considerably However it was heavy and extremely so next to the innei rail The wellknown path was in evidence and the wise heads in the saddle that located this strip of firm foot ¬ ing had much the advantage of those on cither side sideIt It was a bad day for the talent as nu ¬ merous favorites went down to defeat and the characteristic smile of the winner was lacking as the form followers wended their way back across the border borderScoring Scoring his fourth straight victory Jack Bauer the pudgy but speedy son of Colonel Veimic and Annie Gilmcre added another purse to the winnings of his owner Colonel R L Baker of Kentucky when he scampered off with the lions share of the 1000 purse in the sixth and feature race of the day This was a dash of threequarters in which the consistent Baker horse ruled the favor ¬ ite There was much money for Serapis and the action about him was decidedly brisk at post time Serapis was unlucky at the start and his chances went glimmering when he dwelt as the barrier arcse and was all but left leftIt It was Jack Dauer that was away in front and it did not take him any length of time to open a gap on his opponents This lead he increased as he went along and when he strided past the winning post his mar ¬ gin of victory was a comfortable one of live lengths Second to him was Little Hope which beat the tiring Lucky Button by a neck for the place honors honorsAT AT HOME IN GOIXG GOIXGNew New Orleans triumphed over Tijuana when the speedy lilly Sue Donovan from the Will ¬ iam Daniel barn took Snooksie Bradley into camp in the opener a juvenile dash at a half mile Snooksie Bradley and Sue Dono ¬ van were practically backed to the exclu ¬ sion of all others with the former held at 1 to 2 in the market of speculation The nice was little more than a romp for Sue Donovan which leveled in the going and won pulled up by a length and half from the favorite favoriteA A change of riders from Cooper to Martin worked wonders with Prank Fogarty in the j seventh a gallop of a mile and a sixteenth Frank Fogarty is a hard horse to ride having his own notions of when he shouM make his run Martin rode him wisely allowing him to make his own move which occurred entering the stretch At this point Frank Fogarty raced past the pacemaker Rajah with an undeniable rush and ultimately showed a fourlength advantage at the end endThe The sport was enlivened with two nose finishes These came in the fourth and eighth races in which the winner was in doubt until the official numbers had been dis ¬ played In the fourth it took Due de Guises best to get the decision from Lone Iine The latter appeared all over a winner twenty yards from the finish but he tired at a criti ¬ cal moment and Dm dc Guise which had given way to him at the stretch came on again to snaUh the vrrdh t in tho last stride strideAgain Again in the concluding race victory was c irmd in the deciding stride when Kl Roble ninagfd to down Endive just when it seemed as if the filly would be the one to receive the plaudits of the crowd KnciJve had a clear lead passing tho paddock but like Lone Pine rlu tired and lot the laurels right at 1 the end

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