Good Sport at Columbus, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-24


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♦ GOOD SPORT AT COLUMBUS OOLUMBU8, Ohio. April 23.— H. C. Mur-nas Royal Dick made it a double at the meeting when he accounted fcr his second race in as many days by capturing the Grove City Purse, the feature attraction of the Capital City Pacing Associations program at Beulah Park today. llolloway rated him along behind Chief Sponsor, the early pacemaker, until the stretch turn, where he called on him and the gelding drew away to win with ease. Chief Sponsor beat Tamper by two lengths for second place. Despite the fact that today was the opening day of Columbus baseball season a good sized crowd was present to witness the running of the seven races. Good mutuel prices prevailed throughout ;he day. Jazz, winner of the second race, payed 0.10 for the usual investment. Old Handfull also accounted for his second victory at the meeting in the last race of the day. at one and MM eighth miles, winning with something to spare from Stevenson and Yankee Boy. The first claim of the meeting was lodged when T. Doyle, represented in the third race by Elmont. secured Mallowmol from A. S. Kastman for 0:1. Jockey p. llcCrans was among todays arrivals from Huntington. W. Va.

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