Favorites Fare Better: Majority Of Yesterdays Races At Pimlico Go To First Choices.; Hampton Court Reduces Track Record for Mile to 1:39 in Beating Cliff Edge in Owners Handicap--Carman Stable Starts for Latonia., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-29


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FAVORITES FARE BETTER1 MAJORITY OF YESTERDAYS RACES AT PIM LICO GO TO FIRST CHOICES Hampton Court Reduces Track Record for Mile to 139 in Beating Cliff Edge in Owners Handi ¬ cap Carman Static Starts for Latonia Baltimore Mil October 28 While the card of ¬ fered liy Ihe Maryland Jockey Club this afternoon did not loast of much in the way of cliss results wen extremely interesting In 11 majority of the races the leaders came down the homestretch under hard drives and in four of them short heads separ aled the first two as the winning mark was passed In the closing race three horses Were so closely bunched at the end that the backers of each of them were confident that they had won Tbe official placing gave the race lo St Joseph with Laughing Eyes second and Spes Nostra third thirdThis This public got a break today four of the seven purses lieiug won by first choices Withdrawals were tgnin numerous and small fields went to the post ii most of the races The sixth race was re ¬ duced lo a twohorse affair August Belmonts Pris clliian and Sotemiii being the only ones of the four carded thai went to the post Iriscillian was favor ¬ ite at prohibitive odds He led under slight re ¬ straint for the entire trip and won with much in reserve by a comfortable margin marginIn In the opening dash Stinger and Touche Me the two colts that are to meet in a match race at Jamestown weiit to the post and Stinger fairly made an exhibition of the others lie outbroke his com ¬ pany and after drawing away into a long lead in ihe first furlong he simply cantered the remainder if the distance Touch Me was not a factor at any siagc aud was beaten off oh todays showing it vonld seem absurd to tun Touch Me against ru colt like Stinger and the chances ar that tlui match will lie declared off Black Chief was one of the good things put over by a shrewd coterie whose members have been iilgbly successful at Pimlieo this full With Mc Calsey in the saddle Black Chief ran to his true form Uiis afternoon amL in a driving finish beat the favorite Montcalm by a head headS S C Hildreth who has been none too successful here furnished the winner of the fifth race in Hampton Court which beat Cliff Edge a scant length Shilling had to ride Hampton Court hard all through the homestretch to stall off Cliff Edge which moved up at the furlong post and hung on gamely when it came to a drive Hampton Courts performance represented a new track record for one oneR R F Carman evidently taking umbrage over the ruling against him yesterday shipped his entire stable to Iatonia this afternoon All of the Carman horses that were carded today were withdrawn by byEd Ed Whyte trainer for the wellknown Canadian siM rtMuan It J Mackenzie was a visitor at Plm ilcti this afternoon While Mr Whyte announced tliat he is here on a vacation trip it is pretty gener nllv known that he is in search of some useful inaterinl to strengthen the stable that he contem ¬ plates shipping to California this winter The Mae cnzic horses are still it the Woodbine track in Toronto where they will remain until the latter part nf November before departing for the coast coastJiMkcv JiMkcv Eddie Taplin who was injured as a result i fall at Kort Eric is ill and about again and vll be in good condition by the time the Mackenzie siibl reaches California V F OHHICV James K Maddux and James Howe were finoig the visitors at Pimlico this afternoon afternoonSHis SHis Vcitch has arranged to ship Grandpa Hylda mil lvcMtiircr l Bclmont Terminal to participate participatein in tin lw davs steeplechase inoetliig that will be Id nt that track At the conclusion of the meet meetj j 1 tie hiscs will be shipped U 9f 9fk k jMiiY Vhalcn will l ive r r Norfolk with the Bcl j bnres tomorrow night

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