Honest Wins The Juvenile Stakes.: Fred Priesmeyers Career Is at an End--La Veita Is Badly Injured., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-30


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HONEST WINS THE JUVENILE STAKES. Fred Priesmeyers Career Is at an End — La Veita Is Badly Injured. Louisville. Ky.. May 2 J.--Tlie Juvenile Stakes at tve eighths Of I mile, worth ,000 net to the winner, was the feature Of the card at Churchill Downs this afternoon ami was won by Miiioa xoanga Honest, after a driving finish with Margaret Randolph from the stable of Joe Hawkins. Honest was at all slabs of the betting the choice and had heavy support. His early speed brought him vie tory. for he was all out at the end and would have been beaten in ■ few more strides. Parisian Model. which finished third, had to be driven to the limit and plainly shoved lack of the good form thai characterised her victories at New o-loans. Previous winners of the Juvenile Stakes were: ISM, Maao; 1800, avenstoke; 1900, Farmer Bennett; I.Kit. Jordan; 1902, Sight and Tree; 1903, Stumpy: 1904, Ihe Pel: 1905, Hoi Polbu: 1908, Wing Ting. The third race brought together a shifty band of sprintera at sK furlongs, ami the betting was the heaviest of the BMetiag. Willi the exception of Land Drecse, which is probably qualifying for a maiden race, all received Strong support. Isury •et out to make a runaway race by opening a t;ap of live lengths ia the lirst half. She was done in the stretch, however, and was paaeei iu turn by fantastic and TifTOHar. the former WhSBSBg. La Veita. tlie favorite, was impeded by Fantastic in the lirst jtiarler and had her tateleg badly cut. This will cause a let-up in her training. Trueman. who had the monal on Fantastic, was lined 5 for rough i i 1 i 1 1 ir . Webber, al ■ bum price, won the second race in a hard drive after leading all the way. .1. Walters, in retaliation for the claiming of Javanese by J. Die|. bid Webber up SlHHl over bis entered price of Moo. Diel then Claimed Alia Mclloiiald from Pat Dunne lor !f.S X . l.ert Oaraa rush near the end gave him the parse in the opening race. The steopleciiaso was won by Saul and some of the wise brigade praaHed handsomely. Lady Jocclyu got second place in the closing strides from Naran. on which Huston put up an amateurish ride. Fred Priesmeyer fell at the last jump and broke his leg. He was destroyed. Scalpl. k under good hardling ran to his best form and won the closing race f.om Light Note. Devout, ihe recediag favorite, snowed speed for three-quarters, but tired badly thereafter. Scalp-lock was bid up to €0 and was purchased by M. Hi. lining. 1. King will ship his string- to Denver tonight. Tom ITynn will ship his horses, including The F.nglishman. to Montreal. J. C. Milam has turned int Ida May and M.riitiild. J. C. lerriss. Jr.. will ship St. Volma to Saratoga after he runs in the steeplechase stake here SaturdH.v. The program for tomorrow is promising and with such gixid racers as s m broaised, Coadlco, vaasel; Little George, ITlnas. Coajareas; Wing Tiug. Victoria H.. Bottles: Soprano. Aiencon. Haughty; It. . Rami. Moiiuette. Mackerel: Warner Qrlswell, Denia and Princess Orna among the entries, fast time is to be looked for in some of the raeee, J. L-. Detupsey. i

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