Colonel Jewell Runs Surprising Race: Finishes First at Long Price-Light Wool Defeats Colonel Jack-Antioch Performs Poorly, Daily Racing Form, 1908-03-11


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COLONEL JEWELL RUNS SURPRISING RACE. Finishes First at Long Price— Light Wool Defeats Colonel Jack — Antioch Performs Poorly. Los Angeles. Cal., March 10. — The second 100 to 1 shot of the season won here today when Colonel Jewell lK-at out the worst band or platers that has gone to the post this season. Several of the books were hit hard, especially -George Rose, who paid out some bets at 200 to 1. The only race of interest on the card was won by Light Wool, which beat the well-backed favorite. Colonel Jack, after an early stretch drive. The stirrup on Critic broke when the barrier went up in this race and Harty. losing control, the horse ran away a mile after finishing. Toddy Hodge was backed to the exclusion of ev. rything else in the first race and consequently went to the |M st at short odds. The speculators did not have an uneasy moment during the running of the race, as the favorite never left the result in doubt. The second choices, at even terms In the betting, finished second and third. Antioch. which was made a pronounced favorite on the strength of her two receut victories, ran an unaccountably poor race and failed to finish among I he first three. Madeline Musgrave outpaced her opponents throughout and finished an easy winner ever Copper Princess and Modena. R. L. Thomas will take temporary charge of R. F. Carmans horses.

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