Keator Runs More Kindly.: MCormicks Horse Likes the Going and Wins Easily., Daily Racing Form, 1907-02-02


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KEATOR RUNS MORE KINDLY. MCORMICKS HORSE LIKES THE GOING AND WINS EASILY. His Party Backs Him with Confidence — ! I Rickey Upsets Calculations — Two for 1 the Tucker Combination. : : New Orleans. La., Mrnqr 1. — Keator, one of 1 the fastest horses in training bere over a beavj track, f"iiml condltione just t Ma liking at the Fair Grounds today and James IfcOormick and his followers profited much. It appeared only a ■after « i his leaving the barrier with 1 1 u- others for Keator ti win. s he was heavily backed al ■ short price. Jn his last coople of starts aroand New York las! fall in- was left at the poat KcCormiek freshened tlic home up since liis arrival here and he lias i been acting kindly in his schooling at the barrier. lie was entered three r foar times daring the past week, bat withdrawn. Alter Lady Navarre, j 1 . .-1 1 1 Henrietta ami Delnbie were scratched out of i the way today word w;is sent out to plange. The 1 race proved little more than an exercise gallop for Keator. Garner seat liim bo the front soon after Hi start then took a snug hold of him ami the : :: last ball mile of the trip foaad 1 i lit lighting for ; his head. The result of the fourth race furnished food for * p". sip among those who made their calculations on the recent races of Kickcy ami The Englishman. Both were well backed, bat despite tiiis rapport the "Ms aboal each kept climbing up. Rickey male a respectable showing, but The Englishman lacked speed at till stages of the trip and was beaten off four lengths for third place by Tinker. Light Note. Pa.ked for a good thing a few days i ago, hut neglected today proved the winner. la the early raaniag it looked as if none of the others , wanted to harry any, for Pasadena was permitted i tn :n ti the front and "pea ap ■ lead of thm four lengths, if Pasadena was meant, he proved . unequal to the task, for be quit badly after leading r b] a couple oi lengths when turning Into the home j stretch. Here Light .Note shot out of the bunch and. v drawing away in the la-1 forking, won easllj from | Kickcy, which was permitted to swerve down into ■ :1m- deep g,.iug in the last farloag. The Tncfcer eosahlnatJoa won with Bea Sal! ami ■„ Catherine 1. The former appeared heal on form. ; but Catherine F.s victor] canse as a complete but | prise alter her poor Showing in all her other starts. ;i Kllej Grannan and li is partner, 1 »i«k Brown, left for New York last night. They won- naauccessfu] t in tiieir booking venture here and are reported to t have lost lie.n iiy. _ John V. lial.s to™y joined the colony of turftlietl I from the east Who are Wintering here. John A. 1 Drake and ■ party of friends are expected here In :i lew d.;~ and will remain until after the carnival. 1 .1. . Pugh, of Covington, js here for the carnival i George C. Bennett was also among the new arrivals.

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