Racing For Stayers: Mile and a Half Dashes Carded at Jefferson Park.; Saddle and Boots Runs a Fast Three-Quarters--Gondolier Wins for New Owner., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-08


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RACING FOR STAYERS Mile and a Half Dashes Carded at Jefferson Park Saddle and Boots Runs a Fast FastThree Three Quarters Gondolier GondolierWins Wins for New Owner NEW ORLEANS La March 7 Long ¬ distance racing by evenlymatched and small fields contributed to a big attendance at Jef ¬ ferson Tark track this afternoon Weather and track conditions were again perfect Close finishes were again witnessed and en ¬ joyed by the spectators Betting activities were again feveiish with the layers having somewhat the better of the argument argumentThe The outstanding race of the afternoon was at threequarter with seven fairly good sprinters competing Barracuda and Ma vourneen representing S X Holman were made favorites but the winner turned up in the improved Saddle and Boots In a previous race he was soundly beaten It was then claimed for him that he is a raii runner and was unable to race on the inside There might be something in the contention He raced close to the inner rail this afternoon and held the lead gamely for the entire race beating Barracuda in a hard drive The latter also showed improved form over his race of Monday Canyon landed in third place placeCIFOICKS CIFOICKS IX I2CLIPSK I2CLIPSKIn In the claiming handicap at a mile and threesixteenths the choices were in total ecliprc the outsiders Gondolier and Boy from Home having the finish between them Gondolier winning easily It was the first tart of the horse in his new owners colors and he showed a fine performance under Thurbers good ride Boy from Home made the pace and held his lead in much better style than usual at one time in the stretch appearing the winner but Gondolier came fast and won going away through the last sixteenth liouble Cross finished in third place Tulalip Vitamin and Fannie Bean all considered factors before the race wero never near the front frontFavorites Favorites opened in pleasing style Attor ¬ ney Muir being an easy winner in the open ¬ ing dash from Fred Kinney and the outsider Foresiiere Attorney Muir seemed the only one that could stay a mile and a half and passed his opponents with case to win away off after having been hard held for the first mile mileLady Lady Rose was the favored one in the second race She made good easily under Pools energetic riding Felicitous kept her company for a half mile then dropped back and Poor Sport had little difiiculty in taking second place with Orcus following followingIJIDKIl IJIDKIl 15 K ATS KTTAIIi KTTAIIiKttahe Kttahe had Mein up and was favorite in the fifth race but his chances went glim ¬ mering as a result of the zigzag course the rider took Doughnut which in his previous race won at long odds again surprised by winning The unknown W Reid who rode Topmast to a sensational victory in yes ¬ terdays closing dash rode him like a vet ¬ eran and as skillfully as Butwell did on Primo which finished second secondMoody Moody was slightly more in demand than Stanley in the mile and a half dash that closed the progiain but Stanley won off by himself A Wilson on Stanley took all the advantages and sent his mount into a long lead just before reaching the stretch and won with ease from Financial Rooster There was a rush to back Little Kd in the race and he would have been troublesome with a good rider riderWith With the arrival of a check from Tijuana sent by Francis Nelson containing contribu ¬ tions of horsemen at that track the Dade fund was closed The sum subscribed totals 018 It is intended to purchase a special lot in Fcrnwood cemetery Henderson Ky to which Dades remains will be moved The monument will be in the form of an eleven foot cross of Barre granite from Vermont On the base will be inscribed Erected to Arthur Barrett Dade by horsemen and breeders of the United States and Canada CanadaThere There will be enough left over in the fund to pay for the care of the lot lotJockey Jockey Corcoran the local boy who lad the riders at the Fair Grounds and the first Jefferson Park meeting and who recently left to join his contract employer A L Kirby at Churchill Downs Louisville is back again in a tantrum of sulks He had a disagreement with Kirby and returned here to his home Kirby luis issued an ulti ¬ matum to him it is said that unless lie re ¬ turns at once to Churchill Downs he will be kept idle for the remainder of the year yearL L T Bauers horses including Tippity Witchet and excepting Little Ammie have hron traiufinvd to Howie where they will bo rtsttd until the oreiiing of tho racing then

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