Minda Takes Clipsetta: Filly In T. P. Hayes Stable Scores In Feature Race At Latonia.; Beats Birdie Williams in Terrific Drive After Latter Obtains Temporary Advantage in Stretch--Favorites Fare Fairly Well., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-12


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MIND A TAKES CLIPSETTA TILLY IN T P HATES STABLE SCORES IN FEATURE RACE AT LATONIA Beats Birdie Williams in Terrific Drive After Latter LatterObtains Obtains Temporary Advantage in Stretch Favorites Fare Fairly Well Cincinnati O June 11 The Clipsetta Stakes for twoyearold fillies one of the oldest of the fix ¬ tures run annually at Iilonia was won today by Mindii owned by T P Hayes in a terrific drive with the speedy Birdie Williams Kobiuctta took third inonoy and Dainty Mint saved ler entrance and starting ft s ly finishing fourth Ten starters accepted the issue iut of the originally eighty that were entered making the race worth 2970 net to the winner The starter had some trouble at the post by the persistence of tlu riders In failing to tine up properly They were finally dispatched in fairly goxl alignment Birdie Williams at once dashed into a lung lead followed by Dainty Mint mid Bracktown Belle with Minda well up in the first furlong Kobinetta suffered sharp interference which forced Jier Imcl to almost last place before the first turn was reached Birdie Williams shook IT Daiiily Mint on th stretch turn and then seemed i sun winner but tinda went after the leader in courageous fashion and gaining steadily got up in the last stride to take the purse Uobinetta also came with a rush in the last furlong to displace Dainty Mint The winner and Robinetta both thowed vastly improved i erformances as compared with their last starts startsThe The Clipsetta Stakes was iistituted at Latonia in 18X3 and bus been run ever since without a break Its tabled history since 1900 is as follows Year Winner Wt Jockey Val Time 1900 Queen Dixon 112 Gilmore 1100 107 107liiOl 1235102141JMI2 liiOl Umltir by Right Ilo j Woods 123510214 1JMI2 Kvu Russell 110 Minder 1510102 1510102lUOSrauijnpy lUOSrauijnpy USlt Williaiusl440J m6 11904 Lady Savoy 115 Munro 1380 101 71905 JCIenap 107 C II Shilg 1485 102 1900 La Vieta 112 D Austin 1945 103 1907 Grande Dame 110 J Lee 1040 101 10111IOS 11IOS 1450101JIWI Crystal Maid US lleidel 1450101 JIWI Louise S 107 lleidel 1720 101 1910 Golden Egg 107 Mountain 1150104 1150104lllll lllll Callsse 120 J Glass 1440100 1912 Star of Danube IKS O II Shilg 1080 59K 1913 Minda UOjLoftns 2970 100 100Ideal Ideal weather conditions prevailed this afternoon afternoonresulting resulting in another big attendance to witness the H urt The volume of speculation was vastly better than yesterday and the racing was again interesting Favorites accounted for half the card Roamer and Anna Patricia two of the successful choices being at oddson The chief disappointment that tho pub lie experienced resulted from Strongs failure in the closing dash Ills nonsuccess to get a portion of the purse was principally due to the listless ride that jockey K Martin gave him Unless off in front or nearly so Martin refuses to take a chance with any of bis mounts and generally such tactics spell defeat He kept clear of the others by going wide with Strong throughout and the colt closed con ¬ siderable ground in the stretch but just missed getting placeII up to beat out The Grader for third place II R Brandts The Reach was the tip in the opcmer and he made good in decisive fashion over Maria O an extreme outsider The favorite Ethulda ran promisingly in tills race for the first half mile but finished far in the rear rearWoodford Woodford Clays Roamer was much the best in tile second and spreadeagled his opposition There was a strong tip on Joe Rosentield in this race on the strength of his having worked half a mile over the Lexington track in better than 48 mt nfter showing brief speed ho retired and it is probable that be will show to better advantage in later starts startsW W G Yankes Flying Feet ruled favorite for tbi third race but succumbed to White Wool After the finish E T Colton bid up the winner from his entered price of 700 to 1200 but failed to get him himAnna Anna Patricia was decidedly best of the ordinary band that started in the fifth race and led for the entire running Harry Lander under good hanJ llng just managed to last long enough to beat Pellowman In the closing race raceStarter Starter Cassidy reported to the stewards after the stake race that B Steele had been flagrantly jKUilty of insubordination while at the post In vluw of having suspended Steele for a similar of ¬ fense at Douglas Park Cassidy refrained doing so today as it might leave the inference that be was prejudiced against Steele The stewards had nit interview with the offending rider and informed him that another complaint would mean his indefi ¬ nite suspension suspensionJ J P Ross track superintendent at Lexington distributed today the entry blanks for the Breed ¬ ers Futurity Stakes to be run next spring at the Lexington course This stake will close July 1 1Stewards Stewards C F Price and Milton Young this afternoon suspended jockey Borel for one week for all but his contract employer W G Yanke for failure to keep his riding engagements He was to have ridden several horses yesterday but failed to appear at the course giving as a reason that he had overslept oversleptThere There Is a rumor that Ten Point will not start in the Latonia Derby on Saturday next The colt Is still at Douglas Park and according to report is awaiting shipment to Belmont Park with others In the A L Aste establishment establishmentLoyeland Loyeland of the James MacManus stable has been gelded and will not be raced again until fall 1 p Hayes is reported to have liet 500 on Minda In her last start when she raced poorly lie mnlil not account for her bad showing and to satisfy himself that the filly could do better he worked hi r a quarter at top speed yesterday morning the lilly doing the distance in a fraction over twenty two seconds secondsF F J Grofer has decided to ship all Ills horses including Floral Park to Butte and other west ¬ ern tracks at the close of the local racing racingEdward Edward Jasper has been tendered the position of racing secretary at Butte and Anaconda where rac ¬ ing will iKigin July 3 E C Hopper will be the presiding judge at these courses and Harry Morrissoy will serve as starter 1 J X Camdens good colt Imperator came out of the Spring Trial Stakes at Douglas Park ailing according to trainer J O Kccne and will be let up In training It is probable that he will round into condition to start in the rich Cincinnati Trophy TrophyThe The horses trained by the late John Rodegap will 1 sold by the administrator of the estate James P Itoss at public auction in the paddock at tho Latonia track tomorrow The consignment con ¬ sists of Curllcnot Holberg Boly Hill and Grace V VIdeal Ideal conditions this morning gave opportunity to trainers to give their charges some fast work Among the workouts were wereBernard Bernard Threequarters in 110 110Carltou Carltou Club Mile in 1 49 49Cousin Cousin Puss Mile in 145 145Florence Florence Roberts Fiveeighths in 101 101Foxy Foxy Mary ThrceQUartcrs in 117 George Oxnard Threequarters in 110 Great Britain Fiveeighths in 102 Guide Post Threequarters in 110 Idlewelss Mile in 14S Kingsbury Mile in 140 Korfhagt Half mile in 50 Marta Mac Fiveeighths in 102 Hi Otis True Half mile Iu 00 Old Uosebud Fiveeighths in 101 Ovation Fiveeighths in 102 Polly I Half mile In 4S Presumption Half mile in 49 Royal Amber Mile In 143 Sir Marion Threeeighths In 30 Tay Pay Mile in 144 U Steppa Fiveeighths in 102

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