Ordinary Program: Wednesdays Racing at Havana for Cheaper Grade of Horses.; Winnipeg Beats Disappointing Sirocco--Job Thayer Earns a Nose Win Over Misericorde., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-08


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ORDINARY PROGRAM Wednesdays Racing at Havana Havanafor for Cheaper Grade of Horses Winnipeg1 Beats Disappointing Si ¬ rocco Job Thayer Earns a Nose Win Over Misericorde HAVANA Cuba March 7 Todays pro ¬ gram was a sort of consolation affair the ronditiosn in three races calling for non winners of the meeting and one of them carried the stipulation that starters be the property of owners who had won but one i ace here this winter The other two races were for horses which had won but one race at the local track Naturally the fields were made up of horses of ordinary caliber but despite this interesting contests were the order and the majority were won by favorites favoritesWinnipeg Winnipeg a castoff of the W R Coe sta ¬ ble proved an easy winner of the third beat ¬ ing the oven money favorite Sirocco by a length Sirocco has been a disappointment on more occasions when he looked like a good thing than any horse which has started here this winter He was outrun in the early stages by Miss Caltha and when he finally got up into close contention proved no match for the winner Winnipeg which drew clear at the end endBierman Bierman made a runaway of the fourth Burns sent him to the front in the race to the first turn and after taking an easy lead rated his mount in front the remainder of the way Le Ulouet was second getting up in the final strides to beat Kathleen K by a head Le Blcuet was ridden by A Finley a jockey who was of no assistance whatever to his mount which finished with a rush on his own courage when the race was over overIJllKAI IJllKAI LIXK FAILS IADLY IADLYIn In the fifth race Job Thayor just managed to stagger Lome a nose in front of Miseri ¬ corde Gray followed behind Bread Line until the field straightened out in the stretch where he overhauled Bread Line and was out to the last ounce to last long enough to stall off Miserhorde which finished fast while Bread Line tired at the end and bore over to the inner rail railIn In the first race Pittsburg after following the pacemaker Flying Orb to the eighth post wore him down and just managed to get up in the closing strides to win by a half length Flying Orb sprinted into a com ¬ manding lead soon after the start and had three lengths icad at the eighth post but in the last sixteenth quit Chevalier was third beaten by a head for the second place placeCrestwocd Crestwocd a lirsttime starter at this meet ¬ ing made a show of his company in the sec ¬ ond race which he won by five lengths Stutts sent him to the front rounding the far turn and he kept increasing his advantage until in the final eighth where he was taken under restraint Mambi was an easy second M umbo Jumbo was third The latter was outrun entering the homestretch where he lost a lot of ground or he would have been closer up upAnother Another nose finish marked the running of the final race of the afternoon when Walter Turnbow outgamcd Dainty Lady after a sensational closing rush that brought victory in the last fow strides stridesMr Mr and Mrs Ernest F Williams of St Louis who are enjoying a vacation in Cuba were clubhouse guests Mr Williams is vice president of the First National Bank of that city cityA A P Doyle has arranged to send Black stone and Thistif Queen to a farm near Sa ¬ vannah Ga Friday FridayArchie Archie yiimmer left today for New York His horses wcr left in charge of A I Doyle

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