Ten Point A Crackerjack: A. L. Astes Kentucky Derby Candidate Wins Another Stake In The East.; Concedes Weight to Good Mature Opposition in Philadelphia Handicap and Scores with Ease in 1:11 3/5 for Three-Quarters., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-27


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TEN POINT A CMCKEKJACK A L ASTES KENTUCKY DERBY CANDIDATE WINS ANOTHER STAKE IN THE EAST Concedes Weight to Good Mature Opposition in inPhiladelphia Philadelphia Handicap and Scores with Ease Easein in 111 for ThreeQuarters Havre do Grace Md April 20 A L Astes Ken lucky Derby candidate Ton Point demonstrated that his victory in the Belair Handicap of Tuesday last was no fluke by coming back this afternoon and lirating a bund of mature Imrses in the Philadelphia Handicap which he won in commanding fashion aftir leading all the way Ten Point was asked to concede eight pounds to Adams Express and twentyone to Sbackleton and he did it without turning a hair Butwcll had the mount on Tea Point this afternoon and rushed him to the front when the barrier was released Opening up a load itf a couple of lengths in the first furlong Ten Point retained his advantage without particular effort during the remainder of the trip The pace was fast all the way the first quarter being rim in 2 and the half mile in 40 The time for the threequarters 111 equaled the track record for the distance Ten Points showing this afternoon will probably moan that a sweepstakes which it was proposed to arrange for Tuesday next will be de ¬ clared off as it is doubtful if Frederick L and lliiklii will go Mr Aste lias entered Ten Point in DerbysHugh all of the Canadian Derbys Hugh Penny has arranged to ship the horses he is training for W I Austin from here to Belmont Park meetingFrank at the conclusion of this meeting Frank E Brown will go from here to Iouisville on Friday next nextDouble Double Five scored his third victory of tlie meet ¬ ing when lie galloped home an easy winner in the lirst race raceEverett Everett stirtcd for the first time in a couple of yours when he went to the ixist in the Phlladdphla Handicap this afternoon He was a distant trailer all the way wayWay Way no Joplin who has been racing his horses at Norfolk and Havre de Grace loaves for Lexing ¬ ton tonight with his stable The Joplin colors have boon quite successful both here and at Norfolk The Kntuckiaii has had a share of bad luck how fvei horryola one of the bcst horses in liis string iivjng bVuLoii down The mare was1 n starter in the sixth race yesterday and while at tlie post was severely kicked bv Futurity Her injuries were severe enough to warrant her being retired to the stud Merry Lad a starter in the same race was alsi kicked by Futurity and came out of the race lame lameFrid Frid Miller arrived from Norfolk this morning witli Aviator and Fond Heart He was the last horseman to leave tho Virginia track tracklid lid Flarney and Owen 1ons who are interested in a stable racing at Havre de Grace departed for Jacksonville tonight tonightA A L Aslo is making an effort to secure jockey Turners services for Ten Point in the Kentucky Derby and the 10000 Kentucky Handicap to be run at Douglas Park ParkEddie Eddie Galncs formerly a wellknown bookmaker killed himself in New York last night He shoi himself while sitting on the stoop of the house IK which ho resided on Lexington avenue avenueThe The stables of II C Ilalleubcck and Phil Hyam will leave for Louisville on Friday next Both borscinou will campaign on the Kentucky tracks until the oMMiing of the Saratoga meeting when they again come oast oastFrederick Frederick is a certain starter in tlie Kentucky Derby provided he does not go wrong in the mean tlme and jockey Phil Musgrave will have the mount mountBarnny Barnny Schroibor was among the arrivals He came from Slieepshoad Bay where he has a dozen horses He disposed of two of the number to Nate Byor last week and will sell the rest before re ¬ turning west

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