Attractive Program: Big Sunday Crowd at Oriental Park Sees Sparkling Racing.; Tony Sue Captures Main Contest and Equals Five and a Half Furlongs Track Record, Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-12


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ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM Big Sunday Crowd at Oriental Park Sees Sparkling Racing Tony Sue Captures Main Contest Contestand and Equals Five and a Half HalfFurlongs Furlongs Track Record HAVANA Cuba March 11 The program provided by secretary Nathanson today was one of the most attractive of the meeting The better class of horses racing here were brought together and good contests resulted The last four races were over a longdistance of ground racing conditions being ideal anil an immense gathering turning out to witness the sport sportTony Tony Sue the fouryearold filly by Tony Bonero that It Albright recently acquired through the claiming route from J L Col showed a good performance when she beat the fastest sprinters racing here in the Am ¬ bassador Handicap a dash of five and a half furlongs Tony Sue was ridden by the diminutive Milner and followed the fast pace that Bell of Elizabethtown made to the stretch where Tony Sue moved up with a rush lo the inside rail and drew away at the end to win by two lengths and a half from the favorite Dr Hickman The pace was fast from the start and the winner ran the distance in 1 05Vfc which equals the track record for the distance Belle of Elizabeth tpwn bore out at the stretch turn where she lost ground and Groos had to stop riding to straighten her out outCrestwood Crestwood Boy was favorite in the initial dash and flattered his admirers by drawing into a commanding lead on the far turn but just when victory seemed assured Toe thu Mark caught and passed him in the final eighth to win going away Burns rode it good race on the winner keeping him in a contending position to the stretch and then when the favorite tired sent his mount to the front and victory Burns rode out tho winner an extra quarter the Rice representa ¬ tive going a mile in 141 141HASANS HASANS GOOD PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCEHaman Haman showed a splendid performance in the fourth race when he came from last place but one at the top of the stretch and beat Tamper by a length The latter made all the pace and ran the first threequarters in 1 12 and had a comfortable lead to the quarter post but in the stretch Haman wore him down and won going away at the end The mile was run in 1 3875 3875Col Col Murphy proved an easy winner of the second race Groos rated him off the pace to the stretch turn where he slipped through on the inside during the final eighth and drew away Nan and First Pullet were out ¬ run in the early stages but finished with a rush The former beat Whispering a half length for second place Mary Mallon was jumped on and cut down and Taylor pulled her up upCzardom Czardom had to be ridden out through the homestretch to beat Bounce by three parts of a length in the fifth race Chincoteagua sprinted into a long lead in the early stages but after going a half mile began to tire Czardom took the lead rounding the far turn and after stalling off a strong challenge from Carrure had enough left to outlast Bounce Grandson was a heavily backed favorite but never was a factor being badly outrun in the early stages and distant follower until the last eighth when he finished fast fastEASY EASY FOR TAX II IITaylor Taylor waited with Tan II until making the turn into the homestretch in the sixth race before making his move and when re ¬ leased from restraint Tan II quickly as ¬ sumed command and at the end won by a length and a half from Haran which was driving hard to beat Hay Atkin by a head for second place placeJockey Jockey Milner was set down for five days for rough riding ridingThe The Oriental Park clubhouse was again tho Mecca for a brilliant gathering of Havana society folks and prominent American visi ¬ tors The handsome structure was the scenu of numerous luncheons and dinner parties while one of the largest crowds of the meeting watched the races from the spacious veran ¬ das dasAmong Among the distinguished visitors were Gen ¬ eral Enrich Crowder recently appointed American Ambassador to Cuba Mr Charlton Hurst American consul general to Cuba Count Naselli the Italian minister to Cuba William Gonzales late American ambassa ¬ dor to Peru Benjamin Block owner of Morvich James Butler owner of the Em ¬ pire City race track judge Morgan J OBrien of New York Gerald Dempsey of Boston William Itnebelkamp owner of thu Louisville baseball club and a leading Ken ¬ tucky turfman turfmanJim Jim Gass is now handling the horses be ¬ longing to J L Paul who recently returned to Kentucky The horses include Ollie Pal jner Onca and a twoyearold Dick Welles filly

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