Carman Makes a "Killing": New York Owner Scores Double with Kalinka and Ella Bryson, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-09


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CABMAN MAKES A "KILLING" NEW YORK OWNER SCORES DOUBLE WITH KALINKA AND ELLA BRYS0N. Latter Wins Feature Race at Pelmetto Park After Having Been Heavily Backed at Long Odds Five Favorites Axe Beaten. Charleston, S. C, December S. Considering that Monday is usually regarded as an off day in racing, and that exceptionally cold weather for this locality prevailed today, a surprisingly large crowd was in attendance at Palmetto Park this alternoon and witnessed some interesting sport. Favorites were frequently beaten, but their defeats did not result In much profit for the thirteen layers in the ring, as stout support accorded placed horses took away most of their winnings on the beaten favorites. The It. F. Carman establishment got into action with a vengeance and figured extensively in the afternoons results when Kaliuka and Ella Bryson accounted for their respective races. The last named was entered in the feature race, which was contested by a shifty baud of sprinters, but her owner felt confident of the result and backed her extensively. There was also abundant public support for Wil-liite and Sir John Johnson. The latter, following his customary tactics, went into the lead from the start, with Wilhite following. Both were overtaken and passed in handy fashion by Ella Bryson in the last sixteenth and the Carman mare ultimately won well iu hand. Ford Mai, in the fifth race, was the only successful choice. The talents mistakes began in the opener when Camellia was beaten handily by Coreopsis. Loan Shark and Dick Dcadwood were about equal choices for the second, but Coy turned up as the winner. Grosvenor and Harry Lauder were best backed for the third, but Kalinka came with a rush in the stretch and took the purse. L. H. Adair, backed from 20 to 1 to half that figure, finished second. The closing race was ensidered to be at Chartiers mercy, but after he had flattered his backers to the last sixteenth, Servicence wore him down. There was a rumor at, the track that W. G. Yanke had Hooded the country with commissions on Wilhite In the fourth race. Theresa Gill, which was to have started In this race, was withdrawn on account of lameness following a work-out on Saturday. Jockey Byrne was to have had the mount on Sir John Johnson in the fourth race, but appeared at the course in an unfit condition to ride and J. Glass was substituted. Jockey McCahcy was an arrival today and will accept mounts tomorrow. Jockey Harry Snyder, who was severely injured before the meeting began, has progressed so favorably during the past week that the attending physicians now expect he will be able to leave the hospital this week. It will be a considerable time before he is fit to resume riding. Jockey C. Turner lias fully recovered from his illness, but will delay riding for several days. W. Walkers Duquesne came out of his race of Saturday with a spread foot and will be on the retired list for some time. His owner recently received advices that Stanley Fay was in the pink of condition and it caused him to send word to Toronto, where Stanley Fay is quartered, to ship the horse here immediately. Jockey Charles Peak, who sustained severe injuries at Latonia by a fall from Floral Park, sent word from his home at Hot Springs, Ark., that he has fully recovered and will come here about January 1, to resume riding. Todays arrivals included Packey Ryan, from California; Henry Weimhoff, from Louisville; E. J. Mc-Graw, from Baltimore, and Phil Meyers, from New York. Among the best trials noted at Palmetto Park this morning were: Armor Three-eighths in 37. Bob R. Mile in 1:50. Bonnie Eloise Half mile in 50. Briar Path Five-eighths In 1:04. Campeou Three-quarters in 1:21. Charlestonian Five-eighths in 1:05. . Dr. Duenner Mile in 1:47. Early Light Three-quarters in 1:19. Feather Duster Seven-eighths in 1:35. Greenbrae Three-quarters in 1:21. Joe Deibold Three-quarters in 1:23. Knight of Uncas Half mile in 52. Manson Three-quarters in 1:20. Moisant Three-quarters in 1:22. Nello Three-quarters in 1:1S. Patty Regan Three-quarters in 1:19. Polly II. Three-quarters In 1:22. Ralph Lloyd Five-eighths in 1:04. Robert Bradley Five-eighths in 1:05. Royal Meteor Three-quarters In 1:21. Scmprolus Three-quarters in 1:22. Terrible Bill Five-eighths in 1:04.

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