Another For Cromwell: Veteran Scores Rather Lucky Victory at Oriental Park.; Orestes Son Pilades in Good Performance--Cuba Encanto Wins Again--Yankee Boy and Homam in Rousing Finish., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-09


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ANOTHER FOR CROMWELL Veteran Scores Rather Lucky Victory at Oriental Park Oreslcs Son Piladcs in Good Pcrforraance PcrforraanceCuba Cuba Enoanto Wins Again Yankee 15oy 15oyand and Homam in Housing Finish HAVANA Cuba March S The veteran Cromwell scored another victory at Oriental Park tcday His success came in the con ¬ cluding dash of the afternoon in which he was a slignt favorite over Herron This pair was backed to the exclusion of the other six starters that made up the field fieldChincoteague Chincoteague was permitted to show the way to the far turn and when he gave way Cromwell and Herron began the real struggle for first honors Cromwell dashed away in front but swerved over to the inside on the turn into the homestretch and inter ¬ fered with Herron The latter stumbled and had to be pulled up then recovered and finishing with great speed cut down the lead of Cromwell but too late to overtake him and change the result resultPilades Pilades a son of Orestes that races for the Caimito Stable showed another good per ¬ formance at Oriental Park this afternoon when he came from behind after being car ¬ ried wide entering the homestretch and got up in the final strides to beat Ponce by a head Todays victory marked the second that Pilades has scored at this meeting He won at the iirst asking and was beaten the next time out because of being poorly han ¬ dled In all his races he has shown that he is a good game gelding and his people have hopes that he will develop into a good useful I racing tool It is possible he will be in I eluded in the shipment to the United States I that W A Carter will make for his employer at the conclusion of the meeting at Oriental Park Ponce which finished second was a first time starter and is handled by the vetr loran trainer J J McCaffcrty He is one of j the biggest and bestlooking twoyearolds which has ever raced on the island In to ¬ days contest lie ran a bit green and the race will undoubtedly help him He is by Duquesne a son of Broomstick from Ascot Belle BelleTwelve Twelve maiden threeyearolds faced the starter in the second race a dash of five and a half furlongs and the winner turned up in Pandine with Tommy Burns in the sad ¬ dle Pandinc followed the pace to the stretch turn where she moved up fast on the inside and assuming an easy lead had a length and a quarter advantage over the favorite Frankcnia at the finish Both Frankenia and Gupton met with interfer ¬ ence the former at the halfmile post and the latter at the top of the stretch Gupton would have been a factor and Frankenia Continued on twelfth pace ANOTHER FOR CROMWELL Continued from first page might have won only for the mishaps mishapsBig Big Son managed to stagger home a neck in front of Ray Atkin in the third while Red was third another head away Big Son made most of the pace and had a good lead over the others at the top of the stretch aut in the final eighth began to tire while the field bunched up Ray Atkin and Red came from behind on the outside with a rush This pair were overtaking the winner with every stride and a few strides past the win ¬ ning mark they passed him himCuba Cuba Encanto had a lengths advantage over Toe the Mark at the finish of the fourth race Whispering was the one to make the pace to the turn out of the back stretch where Cuba Encanto passed him The latter was under restraint the remainder of the contest contestA A rousing finish came in the running of the fifth race when Yankee Boy and Homam passed the judges almost aligned Homam set the pace with Yankee Boy in close pur ¬ suit On the backstretch Click got After Night into a pocket and for a quarter had his mount under stout restraint fighting for the lead When an opening came Glick moved up on the outside and at the finish was going fastest gradually wearing the winner down downSEVERAL SEVERAL SALES REPORTED REPORTEDThe The sixyearold mare Titania was sold by J Serio to D P Veneziano who turned her over to G W Ridge to train A num ¬ ber of horses found new stables yesterday Harry Van Ry acting for John Walter sold the fouryearold colt Immokalee to L G Pierce J Bambert secured from AAllegra the threeyearold filly Eugenia Gomez which will hereafter be trained by J A Dailey DaileyJ J L Paul who has been racing a small stable here left for his home in Louisville LouisvilleW W F Knebelkamp president of the Lou ¬ isville Baseball Club and owner of a pre ¬ tentious stable was a recent arrival and will remain until the end of the meeting Shortly after coming here he purchased the mare Argo from E C Bellew and will ship her to his farm in Kentucky where she will become a brood mare mareAmong Among todays clubhouse visitors were Frank G Munson of New York president of the Munson Steamship Line T P Little page of Washington attorney of the Rock Island Railway and John Bowles of Wash ¬ ington grand commander of the Scottish Rite RiteAmong Among the recently arrived tourists who enjoyed the racing were Mr and Mrs A C Weis and Mr and Mrs W S Mills of Cin ¬ cinnati Mr and Mrs T Friedman and M A Jacobs of Detroit Mr and Mrs M Cole man of Newark N J Mr and Mrs James G Lyons of Okmulgee Okla T G Martin and H P Mahoney of Chicago and Mr L R Thompson D Ullman and A Denvir of New York YorkDr Dr Frederick W A she has received word of his appointment as associate judge at the meeting to be given at Huntington W Va which begins April 12 and continues fifteen days The horsemen racing here have been notified that a 52000 Derby and a 52000 handicap will be given at the meeting and no overnight purses of less than 5500 will be offered offeredW W Feuchtcr who is looking after the in ¬ terests of the Thoroughbred Horsemens As ¬ sociation has been busy all morning collect ¬ ing dues of the association associationKenneth Kenneth Karrick disposed of the twoyear old black filly Sleigh Bells to J J Russell Mr Karrick has five of W R Coes thor ¬ oughbreds left which he will ship from here to Maryland

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