Close Finish In Handicap: Samuel R. Meyer Beats Morristown A Head In Latonia Feature.; Horses at Liberal Odds Account for Majority of Purses--Old Merrick an Easy Winner--Ruffles Has Bad Racing Luck., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-27


view raw text

CLOSE FINISH IN HANDICAP SAMUEL R MEYER BEATS MORRISTOWN A HEAD IN LATONIA FEATURE Horses at Liberal Odds Account for Majority of ofPurses Purses Old Merrick an Easy Winner Ruffles RufflesHas Has Bad Racing Luck Cincinnati June 25 Adair Bakers Samuel R Meyer reversed a former meeting with Morris towu xvhen lie beat the latter in the handicap at ont mile and seventy yards that featured this afternoons card Morristowu was probably best for he met with several mishaps during the running of the rate and only lost lv a head Hie public did not take Samuel U Meyers defeat by Morris town when ridden by linxton seriously for they backed him this afternoon with confidence Goose handled him today and rode him vigorously from harrier rise to liuish liuishThe The talent began auspiciously by selecting Water ¬ melon in the opener and the McDowell tilly re ¬ warded their confidence but thereafter the public differed reverses excepting in the case of Samuel II M yer yerThe The worst upset came when Untiles in the third rnce failed to liuish better than third the purse going to Brouzewing with Charmcuse in second place It ii file was liest in the race but i IHMH sendoff coupled with interference from which she suffered when Stcele on Channelise sharply forcer her back at a critical period encompassed her defeat In the second race Anna Kced was held to be best but she Mulshed second to lohn U Weaver The veteran Merrick led all the way in the fifth race and beat the favorite The Reach handily enough Star OUyaii favorite in the closing dash finished unplaceil Bonnie Kloise Capitan Bravo and Jimmic Gill being placed in the order named namedThe The heat today was intense but another big crowd was on hand to witness the racing The sport was enjoyable and close The betting was of average proportions proportionsSecretary Secretary K W Maginn today announced the thevoightj furlongsI voightj for the Quickstep Stakes six furlongs I ifOa ifOaHldeil Hldeil which is to be run on Sa mltiy embracingJtomp jntxt mltiyjntxt There were sixtyseven entries embracing Jtomp probable of tlie best racers in the country The prob able starters will come from the following Scbago IrishGentleman 124 Great Britain IIS Jim Basey 114 Irish Gentleman 111 Little Father 112 Morristowu CaseyJones 112 Gowell 110 Samuel U Meyer lOl Casey Jones lf Presumption lOl Helios 30S Orover OroverHughes Hughes 102Uenauel 107 Impression 115 Silver Bill 102 Uenauel Tan Zarctn OS Semprile 114 114Thomas Thomas C McDowells string of fourteen racers will be shipped at the close of the local meeting to Saratoga where they will rest until tin open ¬ ing of racing there The consignment will include The Manager The latter Is going along well in training and promises to be us good as ever Mc tikle which Mr McDowell is handling for W L McCrackeii will be turned over lo W 1 Spiers who vlll race him on the Canadian tracks start ing at Windsor and after reaching Montreal he will be shipped to Winnipeg Mr McCrackens home homeK K K Bradleys string will le divided at the con elusion of this meeting Six twoytrarolds in ¬ cluding Beach Comber and Bob Black will go to Saratoga in charge of Kichard Thompson The 4htr eleveji now being campaigned here Including lie mi net Black Toney Bushy Head Bobby Buyer Boots and Saddle and others will Ix sent from here to Windsor in charge of Cliff Mammon where they will rest until the opening of racing there thereJohn John Walters who is in charge of the George M Hendrie stable will transfer the horses to Windsor BOine time next week Greii Britain will probably be SaturdayJ started in the Quickstep Stakes on Saturday J B Kespess will ship a carload of liorses to Kort Trie next Monday and liuish out the summer racing season on the Canadian tracts Most of his horses are maiden twoyearolds twoyearoldsW W J Yanke today shipped ten horses to Saratoga where they will be rested until the opening of rac ¬ ing there illpy a member of this establishment was sent to Lexington where he will rest until fall racing is resumed Jockey ISorel who is connected with the stable will remain here until the close nnd then ride in Canada until Saratoga racing begins beginsII II It Brandt will take Cash on Delivery and The Reach to Windsor at the close of the present La tonia meeting and race this pair of fouryearolds until September on the Canadian circuit circuitMaj Maj T C McDowells good lilly Caution which was cut down in i race here a few days ago will ptobably In able to start again in the fall in the opinion of Dr Q Cann who has been attending tier tierSnreget Snreget which broke down in yesterdays opening rate will be shipped to the Gerst farm in Nash vllle nnd broken for driving purposes after he re ¬ covers from his present ailment ailmentThe The twohorse combination consisting of John G Weaver and Bronzewing paid ils four backers 40075 each The threehorse combination went to the lield backers who each received S0 S0Capital Capital Bravo proved too much for the diminutive Hyde after the finish of the last race and he ran on for in additional mile before he could be brought under control 1 W May will ship bis string lo Fort Erie on Wednesday next and campaign on the Canadian courses during the rest of I he summer summerJockey Jockey Steele had lo suspend riding after the fifth race on account of being struck in the eye by a clod clodThe The card this afternoon remained intact not a f ingle scratch being made madeJockey Jockey Hstep was again cautioned by the stewards for rough riding while astride Uoval Dolly DollyLagrange Lagrange and Stucco both in J S Wants stable were gelded today and will not race until fall fallThe The veteran Merrick will be one of the horses J C Mllam will ship to Canada CanadaJack Jack Adklns has sold Pulsation PulsationThe The following were among the best workouts this morning at Lalonla LalonlaBack Back Bav Threeeighths in 0 0Bobby Bobby Cook Mile in 147 147Cedar Cedar Brook Threequarters in 117 117uppertown uppertown Threequarters in 121 121Destino Destino Three quarters In 118 118Dick Dick Baker Mile in 140 140Dorlou Dorlou Threeeighths in 7 7Flandr Flandr Five eighths in lu ° si Mora Vina Mile In 145 ii kel Threequarters in 115 old Color Seveneighths in I2 real Britain Threequarters in 115 115Grovcr Grovcr Hughes Threequarters in 115 115Impression Impression Threequarters in 117 117Jim Jim Basev Threequarters In 115 115Klva Klva l1rifLadv Three quarters In l1rif Ladv Innocent Fiveeighths In 101 101Little Little Father Mile In I Mil MilMiss Miss Thorpe Mile hi 1 4X 4XPan Pan Zareta Threequarters in 117 117Polly Polly D Threeeighths in 0 0Pulsation Pulsation Half mile in 10 10Winning Winning Witch Half mile in 4S

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1913062701_1_2
Library of Congress Record: