Last One Again to Fore: His Victory Gives S. N. Holman Double Victory for Day-J. Mcmillen Scores Twice, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-14


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f I t J 1 J z A 1 I t i , 1 ; LAST ONE AGAIN TO FORE His Victory Gives S. N. Holman Double Victory for Day J. McMillen Scores Twice. CLEVELAND; Ohio, Oct. 13. Showing keen speed from the start, S. N. Holmans 1 Last One .accounted for his second purse in as many racing days when he was returned J winner of the Cuyahoga County Purse, fea- ture of the Ladies Day program at- Brook- i lyn Park. The winner followed Ege closely 1 until the latter tired, then Tiner sent him to the front and he drew away to win easily, i Grace Mayers finished fast through the i stretch to be second, while Hermidale easily 1 disposed of the remainder of the field and i annexed the third portion of . the purse. i The delightful autumn weather brought out 1 a good week day crowd and as the track was in lightning fast condition, some good racing resulted. Jim Kenney in winning the sixth made it a double for the day for owner J. McMillen. He loolc command shortly after the start and was rated along in front for the entire journey to win easily by three lengths. Lena Wood was the other McMillen representative to succeed, she defeating a cheap band of two-year-olds with ease in the opening dash. Jockey Costello had the mount on both horses. Glenlivet and Athanna were forced to do their best to score victories in the third and fourth races respectively, while Lent accounted for the second in easy fashion. S. N. Holman scored a double victory wilh. Boy From Home and Last One. T. V. Mountjoy shipped his entire string including Be Good to Latonia at the conclusion of the Akron meeting, and M. Jordan, who raced at the same point, sent his six head to Parkersburg, W. Va., to be turned out for the winter. Jockey It. Costello was suspended for three days for rough riding on Jim Kenney in the sixth race. P. L. Short claimed Itedwood out of the last race for ,000. Jockey D. Hall has been suspended for the remainder of the meeting for conduct detrimental to the best interests of the turf.

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