Winning Combination: Brunswick and Jockey E. Pool Too Much for Braedalbane, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-16


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WINNING COMBINATION 1 Brunswick and Jockey E. Pool Too Much for Braedalbane. - Bedford Runs Fast Mile Defeating Bourbon Boy Bradley Pair Finishes One, Two. LATONIA, Ky., Sept 15. Latonia continued a favorite with racing patrons Monday, for a good attendance was again on hand in spite of the off-day aspect of the card. Conditions for the sport were ideal in the matter of weather and the racing strip" was lightning fast and safe. The contests were spirited, some of the finishes almost of an exciting variety. Those of a speculative turn fared well for no outstanding long paid ones were winners. Several favorites disappointed, however. The best race from a monetary standpoint was the fifth, a handicap at three-quarters, in which four highly considered ones met with Braedelbane, the favored one. He gave way early in the last sixteenth to the Cincinnati owned Brunswick, which benefitted by a good ride from E. Pool, won impressively. Braedelbane just managed to outstay the fast finishing Miss Cerina for second place. Pindar Peel, the other starter, was on his bad post behavior and when tho start came refused to leave with the others. Garner, after finding himself eliminated as t the possible winner, refrained from urging Pindar Peel, and he only cantered after tho others. Braedelbane was entrusted to G. Elliss care and that rider could not do the Breckinridge owned starter justice. He permitted him to race at lop speed from the start and he was much spent when Brunswick offered his challenge. BEDFORDS GOOD RACE. The mile dash engaging four good three-year olds, resulted in victory for Bedford, which by virture of the good riding he had, won handsomely from Bourbon Boy, with Cannon Shot in third place. J. G. Denny, the other starter, dropped out of it in the stretch. At one time he threatened a runaway of the purse for his rider hustled him at a terrific pace into a five-lengths lead. The suicidal tactics began telling just before the colt reached the stretch, for at this stage he was at the exhaustion point and he readily succumbed when Redford, which fiad been his closest pursuer, challenged. Bourbon Boy, which had been allowed to drop out of it during the first half mile loomed up promisingly when the field began its stretch run, but Bedford at all times held him safe. Cannon Shot landed in third place by virtue of Dennys exhaustive condition. Befords time for the mile, 1:37, proved him a fast racer, for he was well under restraint at the finish. The twelve that furnished the contest in the opening race were a well match band and the three leaders at the finish engaged in a spectacular finish, with racing luck favoring Beautiful Addie, enabling her to get heme a head in advance of Colfin, with Waukulla following a neck further back. Colfin was probably the best, but his rider used bad judgment in the earlier stages of the race. The filly came gamely in tho stretch, but her landing in second place was mainly because Hoagland took Waukulla from the inner rail, giving Colfin room to get through. The winner showed a good performance and wore down Waukulla stead--ily in the stretch. BRADLEY ENTRY VICTORIOUS. E. R. Bradley made a successful debut in the autumn racing here in the second raco when his representatives, Bargain Day and Broken Toy, comprising his entry led home their ten competitors that tried conclusions with them in the maiden dash for youngsters. The Bradley entry was an outstanding favorite and it never gave its backers much concern after the first eighth of tho race had been traversed. Broken Toy at this point took the lead and relinquished it only in the stretch to her stablemate. Silver Slippers and Watflag fought it out in strenuous style for the shorter portion of fho purse with Stutts hard riding landing tho Audley Farm filly a nose in advance. Another band of twelve starters fought it out in the third tace over the three-quarters course and Williams Bros. Pure Deo was tho victor over N-.wmarket with Brother John in third place. The trio of placed ones were urged to the limit during the last sixteenth with vi.itDiv in doubt until tht last ten yards wnire Newmarket hung just a trifle. Brother ,thn had been the early leader and at one stage during tho stretch he seemed the probable winner but he tired right at th e.ri. The sixth va?e In which some good youngsters met resulted in victory for Harry Iuyi.e Whitneys colors, carried by the err.ttlc post-acting Flyatit, which finally sscursl aa. advantageous send.. If and it enabled i:er :o take tho lead and last just long enougi to get home. Abstract was given second placo Continued on sixteenth page. WINNING COMBINATION Continued from first paee. and Son of John third. The latter was pounds the best, but was away faulty and given a poor ride. He was taken back in the first quarter and ridden wide with the result that he lost much ground. He came strong in the stretch and seemed to have gotten up for f.".ond place but the judges thought othor-.w!so and gave Abstract second place. T. J. Prendergasts colors were carried to victory for the first time in a long period when his parader won out in the closing number by a neck from the fast gaining Post Dispatch, with Sakah in third place. Parader, after being restrained, moved into the lead in the stretch, but he was put to a hard test to outstay Post Dispatch.

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