Latest Future Odds on Agua Caliente Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1932-02-24


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I LATEST FUTURE ODDS ON AGUA CALIENTE HANDICAP - - 4 AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico, Feb. 23 Zeke Caress, superintendent of the Agua Caliente betting ring, revised his prices in the future book on the Agua Caliente Handicap considerably after the running of the Sunday program. Although Phar Lap and Dr. Freeland remain split favorites at 3 to 1, most of the other contenders have been either boosted or lowered in price. The victory of Bahamas in the George Washington Handicap brought about considerable play for that good three-year-old, and he is now 20 to 1 after opening at 40 to 1, while Joe Flores, which finished a gallant second to Bahamas dropped to 6 to 1. Cabezo, which ran a disappointing race in the George Washington, went from 8 to 10-1. Other late changes are Alexander Pantages, a doubtful starter, cut from 100 to 40-1, Good and Hot from 100 to 30-1, Marine from 20 to 10-1, Spanish Play from 20 to 15-1, and Seths Hope from 40 to 20-1. Lucky Tom, which will not likely be shipped West, has been boosted from 10 to 20-1, while Whizz James, from the Northway Stable, has been officially scratched.

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