Pasadenas Day to Shine: Turns the Tables on Alma Dufour and Old Honesty, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-01


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PASADENAS DAY T.O SHINE TURNS THE TABLES ON ALMA DUFOUR AND OLD HONESTY. Jac Nt Easily Defeats Colloquy and First Premium — Various Matters Under Investigation. Hear Orleans. La., December "1. — Tndor crm-dltkMM pr:n tieally the same as prcvayvd in their ln t uncling wli-ii tlil Honesty won :iiid Alma Dnfour fini In il second, except Hint OM Ilonisty carried ■MR Weight, Pasadena 1 llllllil tin- tal»l s on Ills recent conquerors bf decisively l«-:i1 in the pair in i. in- Mini one fifth seconds faster time. In their arertoat meeting llil Honesty was supported to tlic I i. lii.m nf Um others. Iasailcna especially soaring in the betting. Mountain liail the nioiint on Pasadena ea t ot - -asion ami eanie in for criticism • ■ii account of the poor ride lie gave liiin. V. Powers liail the mount Ma?, and the horse was in active contention from the start, despite the humping lie had to overcome from IMantland in the first three-quarters, and came away In the stretch it win after a mild shaking up. Old Honesty 1 i 1 1 i -1 j i ! in third place. Tile judges at once began an investigation whic.i Usted until aftcf the closing race. Owner Vincent attributed the defeat of Iasadena in his last start -_ ■ t J ii -rr-vtbtus U* f»nve l..inlijil and in.1"-"" •■ ! li:e judges that lie was satisfied with the ride the horse received. Mountain aKo laid the blame to lie instructions given him bv Vincent, and said • that he did his best to win. The matter is siil! under investigation, no action being taken tonight. Th- last days racing of the year furnished numerous incidents and terminated with a disqualification thai took first money from Hosted for interfering with Anna Hay. the favorite. Husteil was the leader in the stretch, lint bumped slightly into Anna May and outstayed her to the finish, winning by .1 Beck. On complaint of Batter, who rode Anna Day. Husted was set back and the Corrigan filly iiwarded the purse. Adesso getting second money and Loalee Macfarlan third Jacobite, conceding weight to the others, took the sprint race after a brilliant effort to wear tewa Colloquy. He bumped her sharply in tin- stretch : tin. fan which Nutter escaped censure. First lvenii-nn. making his initial start here this season, ran .i good race and took third place. The steeplechase was won by Kip. which was well ridden by Archibald. Iete Vinegar taking second p]:i e :.nd Full of Fun third. •1. .1. Jr., at a long price, ■hewed a marvelous per-ferula* Be by winui.ic. the fir t rac • in the last m tie of a hard drive from lrince Holieiilolie. after Icing prm tie-illy left at the peat. H. Woodford, owner of Iiuk Star, winner of E.I. la • -years Eel nky Derby, arrived yesterday, an.. ! • i i a couple if weeks. M. P Headier, proprietor of the I.a Belle Stud, i [ Thart M arrived yesterday on his annual i , New Orleans. • ■ ■Bteatttan over the services of jockey I.loyd ■ nettled •-! -rday by the otliciais at City Iark. -ainc ; with the intention of riding for r kfayheuj, but on reeefpl of a telegram from ■ iinn y, lie judges ordered him not to accept in. nuts irncy claims he has a contract on 1 It developed, however, that a contract on • bad i" i i given to J. II. Baker last spring Ttfcuv. 1! ker has liramit under contract also. ! ■*!••■ b willing that Lloyd should accept iff mount Tiiis means that Lloyd can ride ■, he will he seen in the saddle here ■ days. | -acttag of Ternus in the closing ■ •*. ■" Meek judge Lyles to inform the -ft« I ! hat then were good grounds for i*fd t ii gos report was evidenced when while going to the post, liolted :i te gap and unsealed jockey A. nued running in the staiile yards. -• .. dislocated KhoaMer by 1» i — taaaMe. ii mi tries from J. Magner. uwiirr o! I refused here. jiil-i luded the investigation of the rim ii • ami decided to give lier and jockey an"- rial, but cautioned Milshoras owner t -a fi:".. ■ mare would have to r •••■ I I i..-tte. which is cardial t.. make her « but as i- reported to lie a clinker. Slued ho A. c.lla aad is a full atetar to t Bob ■ami i Bartrw ft ONeill, is also a good ■ i I.i. I expressed a desire to bet even thai I ella lilly an I Ids own would show In-rs.

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