Scores Double Victory: Phil Mayers and Mala Record Double Success for E. W. Moore at Beulah Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-07


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SCORES DOUBLE VICTORY Phil Mayers and Mala Record Double Success for E. W. MoOre at Beulah Park. COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 6. E. .W. Moores colors were prominent at Beulah Park this afternoon. Phil Mayers carried the Maroon jacket to victory in the handicap, fifth and feature race in which he scored right handily over Asaph and Apology. After rao-ing within sprinting distance of the leaders for the first three-quarters F. Moore took Phil Mayers into the lead and he was never seriously threatened thereafter. Asaph held the others safe- as Snowden, the early leader, quit badly. Mala, the other Moore color bearer, showed the way practically throughout the running of the initial race, but only drew clear of his opposition in the closing stages. Lavinia came from far behind in the last quarter of the second race to earn the verdict. Puff Ball drew away to a handy victory in the final quarter of the third race. John A. Scott, Jr., after showing a high flight of speed at all stages of the fourth race, was hard pressed near the end to! stall off the fast finishing Antiquity. Matinee Idol had the speed of the party throughout the sixth and was never in serious trouble. Gem scored most decisively J in the concluding race. After following the pace of Uncle Velo for the first three-quar-j ters she drew away as her rider pleased in the closing stages. I E. E. Major claimed Crestwood Boy out of the third race for ,100. I B. F. McClain secured Antiquity on his claim of ,200 out of the fourth race. I For rough riding today, jockeys Horn, Kroger and Garrity will spend the remaining two days of this meeting on the ground. I Several stables will ship from here to Lexington, Ky.. including W. M. Cain, J. L.I Paul and Lon Bellew. Carter Everett, owner of Asaph, is the proud father today of a baby girl. I

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