Laurel Marred By Upset: Stake Feature Of Latonia Program Goes To Extreme Outsider.; Prince Gal Is Virtually Left at the Post and All Red Leads Melisande at the Finish--R. F. Carman Secures T. Koerners Services., Daily Racing Form, 1910-11-04


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LAUREL MAKRED BY UPSET STAKE FEATURE OF LATONIA PROGRAM GOES TO EXTREME OUTSIDER OUTSIDERPrince Prince Gal Is Virtually Left at the Post and All AllRed Red Leads Mclisando at the Finish R F FCarman Carman Secures T Xoerncrs Services Cincinnati o November o Cool and cheerless weather confronted racegoers at Latouia this aftcr lioon but the attendance was better than expected and the volume of speculation surprisingly large In latter item exceeding that of any former day ibis w Hk The Laurel Stakes at threequarters and a handicap at one mile for twoyearolds were the chief offerings and probably were the magnets iliat attracted unexpectedly generous attendance Jhc stake race resulted disappointingly Prince Gal itnidercd as a likely contender before the race was the direct cause Though only four started in 51ic race he was virtually left at the post and Jlicn elclrified the onlookers bv making a sensa ¬ tional bid for the purse The winner turned up in All Ited the extreme outsider which beat Melisande a neck Tom Hayward under a hard ride outstayed Prince Gal for third place The latter was much the best and with an equal sendoff would have won John W Schorr took down his almost daily purse when Star Charter landed the handicap over Sidney Incidentally the colt impressed the crowd by the manner in which he shouldered his IIS pounds poundsThe The closing race was run in semidarkness smoke from switch engines in the rear of the track and a gray mist precluding accuracy of vision Henry Hutchison led Imprudent the favorite all the way and marginThe won by a comfortable margin The limit number of starters went to the post in tin iirst two dashes conditioned for maiden two Yearolds Itittli resulted in upsets the purses being akin by horses grouped with the field Barney Sihrcibers Du Iois accountcd for the first and Hen ¬ derson Hogans V Powers took the second R th slmvcd distinct improvement in fornj over pre ¬ vious starts Third Kail winner cf the third race was another to develop good speed during the aft ¬ ernoon He led liis company all the way Todays wayTodays arrivals included Barney Schreiber and Jamrs L Holland president of the Los Angeles Jtacing Association Mrs Holland aceornitanlefl Mr llnlland They will remain here several davs before IrocrrtUng Jo New York YorkJockey Jockey Tniee who rode Prince Gal stated that i the horse was unprepared for the break causing him to be practically left He was straight when the barrier was released releasedMelisande Melisande seems to bo going back judging by her performance of this afternoon She tired badly after a display of high speed for the first half mile mileEdward Edward Jasper assistant secretary of the Juarez track will leave for El Paso on Sunday next to assist in the preliminaries attending the opening of the Mexican track trackS S M Henderson who Is the senior member of Henderson Hogan was among todays visitors The bulk of their racers are still resting at Churchill Downs a vailing final plans of their owners for shin inent It is more than likely that the string will be slJit into two sections and sent to Juarez and Oakland While here Mr Henderson disposed of liis contract call on jockey T Koerner to K F Car ¬ man The contract runs to November lo and the rider will pilot all of Mr Carmans horses in races in which they are engaged beginning with Saturday Mr Carman did not care to interfere with the riding engagements Koerner had made for tomorrow tomorrowJiKrkeys JiKrkeys T I tire and J Howard were each sus ¬ pended for live days by the starter for disobedience t the ost in the second race raceThe The threehorse winning combination consisting of All lied Star Charter and Henry Hutchison paid its lucky backers 0 for 2 The twohorse comliiiialioi Iu liois and V Powers returned Slit for each 2 invested

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