Laurel Racing Prospers: Patronage Has Steadily Improved since Maryland Meeting Opened, Daily Racing Form, 1913-10-14

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LAUEEL RACING PROSPERS PATRONAGE HAS STEADILY IMPROVED SINCE MARYLAND MEETING OPENED. Biggest Monday Crowd of the Season Is Treated to Some Stirring Finishes T. G. Enright Stable Scores a Double. Baltimore, Md., October IS. Stirring finishes were tin order :it Laurel this afternoon. A majority of tin raves found the winners under hard drives and in most of them small margins separated the lirst two as they passed the judges stand. This was particularly true of the third race, in which Superstition the odds-ou favorite. Motiuic Eloise. u nose. The latter came from behind and would have won with another stride. The attendance was the largest for Monday this season. A record number of layers also cut in, forty being in line. The game here has steadily improved since the opening day. Three claims were put in for Ortyx after he was beaten in the lirst race and .Martin Foley secured him for Jfsoti. .1. V. Murttsehell and 1. M. Mailoy were the other horsemen who tiled claims for the gelding. The Kuright stable was in the limelight during the afternoon. The Kentucky turfman furnished the winners of the fifth and sixth races in Noble Grand and ltoyal Message. The latter victory was costly, however. She was a 2 to 5 favorite and, after she won, lien liavis bid her up from ,000 to ,005, at which ligure the stable retained her. G. E. Hall has been appointed patrol judge for the coming Charleston meeting. At least seventy-live horses will he shipped from Kentucky to take part in the meeting of the Jamestown Jockey Club at Norfolk, which will follow the racing season at limlico. Horsemen who will send their strings from the west include Adair and Maker, I. M. Civill, G. M. Johnson. William Gerst, J. W. loliti on and Hugh .McCarren. M. J. l.aly, only recently reinstated by the Kentucky State Racing Commission, was a visitor at the track today. At the conclusion of the limlico meeting, Thomas I Sheedy will make several purchases in Kentucky. is his Intention to buy two and three-year-olds tit jlld itfll?rrTnrr l7eoTT;riRed from T. J. McDowell Itoxie Angarola lias purchased Monmouth and Chilton Irlnce. The yearlings recently purchased by G. M. Odom from A. 15. Hancock, will race next season in the name of the Mrookslde Stable. At the conclusion of the, present meeting at Churchill Downs, Kay Spence will bring his crack two-year-oldd, Hodge, to Laurel. This colt, which made a reputation for himself in Canada, Is au ligihle for the Walden Stakes, one mile, to be run at Iiinlico next month. Recent work-outs of horses in training over the Laurel track were as follows: Abdon Mile in 1:47 . Adams Express .Mile In 1:44. Afterglow Mile in 1:50. Altainaha Five-eighths in 1:0.".. Applnnder Three-quarters in 1:17. Azviadc Three-quarters in 1:17. Mlackford Mile in 1:50. Monnie Eloist Three-quarters in 1:25. Mrave Cuuardcr Five-eighths in 1:03. Mrlar lath Three-eighths in 37. Mryiiavia Mile in 1:45. Carlton G. Three-quarters in 1:20. Chemulpo Three-quarters iu 1:20. Clem Meachey Mile in 1:50V-. Clin" Stream Three-quarters in 1:20. Colonel Ashmeade Three-eighths in 40and. Compliment Five-eighths in 1:0.". Donald Macdonald One and one-quarter miles in 2:14V-. Dr. It. L. Swarenger Five-eighths in 1:00. Early Light Five-eighths in 1:07. Kl Oro Mile in 1:45. Feather Duster Five-eighths In 1:04. Fireside Five-eighths iu 1:05. Flying Fairy Five-eighths iu 1:04. Fred Mulliollaud Seven-eighths in 1:33-1. Frederick L. Half mile in 40. Gallop Three-eighths in 3S. Garden of Allah Five-eighths in 1:04. General Men Ledi Five-eighths in 1:00. Good Dav Three-eighths in 39. Halteras TMiio in 1:4S. Hester Irynne Five-eighths in 1:03. Holiday Five eighths iu 1:04. Housemaid- -Three-quarters In 1:1S. Joe Knight Three-quarters iu 1:17. John I. Nixon Five-eighths in 1:07. Ladv Grant Five-eighths in 1:05-. Lahore- -Mile iu 1:40. Lennie I. Half mile in 55. Loan Shark Three-quarters in 1:21. Marv Ann K. Three-quarters in 1 :23. Monmouth Five-eighths in 1 :::. Nimbus -Five-eighths iu 1:07. Nonpareil Three-quarters iu 1:23. Northerner Three-quarters in 1 :24. Oullau -Five eighths in 1:08. Ioiuette Mien Five-eighths in 1:05. Progressive- Three-quarters iu 1:1S. Iuuch Mowl Three-eight lis iu 30. Mingling--Mile in 1:51. Uoval Message Half mile in 50. Runway Five-eighths in 1:05. Scallywag Half, mile iu 50. Sepulveda Three-eighths- iu 30. Sir Caledore Five-eighths in l:05j Sprite Half mile in 50. Starbottle - Three-quarters in 1:1S. Strenuous Three-eighths iu 35. Superintendent Half mile iu 55. Surprising -Five-eighths in 1:01. Svlvan Mile in 1:45. Ten Point -Half mile in 50. Tilford Thomas Half mile in 52. Wanda Pitzor Three-quarters in 1:25. Water Lad Three-quarters in 1:21. Working Lad Five-eighths in 1:10. Water Ladv Five-eighths in 1:07. Yellow Eyes Five-eighths in 1:05. Marnegat Mile In 1:50. Modkin -Three-quarters in 1:10. Mrvnary Five-eighths in 1:11. Cadeau Half uiile iu 50. El Mahdi Five-eighths iu 1:01. Elwah--Three-quarters in 1:21. Flask- Three-quarters in 1:1!. Green Mag Half mile in 50. r Hciiotic -Three-quarters in 1:18. Jacquelina -Five-eighths in 1:00. Klnglv Three-quarters in 1:10. Kormak Three-quarters in 1:21. I.-ii of Langden Three-eighths in 30. Light O M Lift Three-quarters in 1:15. Loehlrl -Five-eighths in 1:08. Lord Khun Three-quarters In 1:10. L. M. Eckcrt Five-eighths iu 1:03. Master Jim Six and one-half furlongs iu 1:27. Mis-4 Moments Five-eighths in 1:03. M.hawk Maid Five-eighths in 1:0S. Noble J rand Seven-eighths iu 1:2S. Pharaoh Three-quarters in 1:10. Premier--Three-quarters in 1:1S. Righleasv Half mile in 52. Setback- Three-quarters in 1:15. Theluia J. -Five-eighths in 1:00. Trade Mark Half mile in 40.

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