Dainty Mint is Stake Winner: Has Good Racing Luck in Palmetto Park Event-Stewards Investigation at an End, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-09


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DAINTY MINT IS STAKE WINNER. Has Good Racing- Luck in Palmetto Paik Event — . Stcwaids Investig:a;ion at an End. h.u lesion, s. C. March s Another candidate for i-naw|iionshi|i honors in the Juvenile diviaion iff si.iiiijshii ibis afternoon in the running of the i ieiirjti low n Sinks, half n mile, when ;. W. .1. Iiiss,!i s I taint .1 Mint scored over seven other Juveniles, including tlordon, San Jon, Bilh Stuart. Bulgar ami please Welles. Aided i ;, skillfnl ride, th.-alnnei si.oueil :i meritorious performance and won 1 bj i length front Jordoa and S.-m Jon. Gordon .,-j;i in Minered had racing luck and bol tor being ■ allowed to s;e wide iii ii:. stretch, S.iii Jon mighl have beaten the winner. There waa great betting ■ :i.i hit: about Rill; Stuart and he would bate been .-i factor with -i liettei lieginning. The outcome of I, arguroeni aftei I In i ice .-,- i,, the relative merit* . nt Cordon and Billy Muni resulted in a match race to I «- inn on Tuesdaj morning next at t half mile Wayne Jopliu agreed to make it a three-cornered I i and added Ruby Hyaena. The match ia to be . i,i tf..MO a aide and Gordon is i concede ten pounds to inch ,,i the other two. The trainers of all ihi-c I .n . noati d forfeits ,,t 00. Todays good i-artl, cwnpied with fine weather, waa , i • -|, insilili- for a banner attendance at the conrae. tlose i. .nil -I- prevailed throng] t. Jockey Mus grave w.i- i-onsph-nons on account of piloting three winners. Including Uaint Mint. Hi- handling of i John Fiirhing wa- masterful and was mainly reapon -ii,| ii-, that horses -u,,,-- ,,mi in-. Duenaer. In i ilc opener he had the mount on Sherwood, which lieat Prince Ahmed a head. The erratic Cheiiyol.i u:i- on her goad liebavior in the second race, in wlik-h she beat Rigbteasy after t atrennona drive. The winner, entcied for ssim. was bid np to ,300 , in M. B. Bonfield. and was protected with the . iistoatai i s* «di in , The Investigation begun several days ago l,y the steward* |!| lection with some suspicions race* ol recent origin was praeticall.i terminated last niht Hceordlng to Steward Campbell, and resulted in :i • •.i,|i verdict nothing iiroveu. At lasi nights ia ,|uim ihc odtcials are said to have had before them i„i.,- i. Graud. Mnsgrave ami Butwell, owner -I II iiCaiien .iii,i plunger" Damjalos. Tne Cyno sin-.- taiinl racing i l Inesdaj last was the main ! iiii.,t oi in,|uii 1,111 other races thai carried ■ win, n suspicions tinge was also looked Into. Dan • lalos was brotigbl into the affair through having wagered on Cynosure and alsu beeanae of having ]. had association with Mnsgravt am] Butwell. The •reek plunger indignantl.* illsi-laimcd anj frandlenl i in ni;. illation- and pointed to In- s:T.. itMl loss her.- :- sutticieiitly Indicating that h had the I. -t ol ii Ihtndakx :- t novice at racing, hail l knows in Chicago .i- i the Idggesl bettors in the country, with a readlnesa to bet ,,n anything. II, ».i- .i read] target fot owners, trainers and i lockers, who dispensed information to him, 1 1 i,ad and Indifferent. Hi- liig operations here natnr alh in ought him into the limelight and when ■ won a bet. hi- winnings were magnified ami oeea •■i ied additional talk. I.. II. Adairs Bitsy "ill not lie ■ atartcr agaht ii this meet lag ts bis snspicious underpinning went i i,i,i, • ii him and his trainer has applied :• -ii,-u blister with ■ h-w to preaerving him fot rtititie i .,•■ n»; II l. foinsiiM-lc- crack youngster. Salvation I! in rharge af trainer And Blakelejr. ,- in ■ i,,.-iiiiii.us , -oniijtii.il. He ■- suffering from :i hi-ii fevi The Donglaa ••ark and Laronia sink.- which closed i today mei wiih i lil»- a ! iis|,i,n-- from owners here ni. i Frank Bmea will forward •• Secretarj Magiuu , a Ma hatch i entries. The Kentucky Handu ip With its Slo.lMMi in added aey. received ui.in, ,- liuiniUBl ions, as did the l.aloliiu l»crby. $ .HMi mid d. i i , ! ■ ]. i l i 1 1 i i , ,- Nearly every horse of prominence that has wintered here was nominated in a majority of the KetttUCk fixtures. The Palatetto Park course was in excellent eondl-1 Hon this morning, when the following workouts took place: Ai ei -Three-quarters in 1:18. is extra goad just now and will race well next start. nna Claire Three-quarters in 1:18. Should race in Improved form niiie S.-lleis Mile ill 1 :t -.. Should laee well. Black Ihiel Hall nil!.- in .",!. breezing. Coilkin Half mil. m ."..", lias Known little. Rrya Five-eighths in 1:03, all out. Has shown nothing. Claque Five-eighths in 1 :»"•. l»oks good an,! i~ ■t. .,i Boh* 1 1 Neville Three-quarters in 1:10, hreen lag. Is tic Pol 1 Ashaaeade Three-quarters in 1:30, hard Colors Three eighths In ■■!. Showed improvement Edna la-ska Three-clghtfaa la oV Worked ia blinkers and does better without Ihem. Ch.ra Iina Halt mile in 53. Looks good ami is i ra ining aloa ii . Floral l av Three-quarters in 1:10. Is rounding i, Golden Egg Half mile in •",". A race lo work will v. II Golden Treasnre Mile in 1 t.i Is tit and has no excuses. [dleweiss Mile in l:.T0. Training well. 1 ■■: ii,-,- Three-eighths in ■.■ . hreeslng. I.u.ky Co,-. Mil, in 1:30, hard held Is 1 cadi Manners -Half mile in :..".. hard In Id. Is promts ing eolt. Mary Michaelas — Three-eighths in ■■. hard held. Should win s,„,n Miss i.ail. Three-eighths in ::s. cantering Has plenty left ami i~ Improving in appearance. Mobtani Three-qoartert la I r». I- rounding to rapidly. Mi ni. lair Half mile in 52. lias shown nothing. fsatlan Half mile in 32. Has 1 u out Ol train ing. Pandorlna Tim . qimrters in 1:22. Is training Well Iaion Mil,- m 1:45. U Iwproring ami will race well. Pretend Half mile in 51. Had good -peed and is showing Improve mi at. Ri k Bar Three-qnarters in lis. A race :•, Work would win. St llaway -Vlve-elghths in 1 o". Has shown i in provement in work. Talecarrlcr Three-quarters in 12. Is training W el I . Todd Una -Three-qnarters in 1:21, breezing Is n; held, is extra a od. Tom King -Tbree-qnarters in 1:19. Should I i. ady. Troj Weight Five-eighths in 1:00. |. being Iraiaed slowly. Inion Jack Ii v.-eighths in 1 ait;. |s being trained slow l .

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