History Repeats Itself: Outcome of Battery Park Selling Stakes Duplicates Last Years Result, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-08


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HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF OUTCOME OF BATTERY PARK SELLING STAKES DUPLICATES LAST YEARS RESULT. Grosvenor, Tarts and Sherwood Finish One-Two-Three, as in 1913, and Time Likewise Is Exactly the Same Double for W. G. Yanke. Charleston, S. C, January ". The running of the -H.j Park .Selling .Stakes, featuring todays card .it Palmetto Park, developed a remarkable ineident l s :n tne fact that the finish was identically the s.iiut as in a preceding running off this stake March 12 ti last year, when Grosvenor, Tarts and Sher v ;i cin.e tu tile finish in the order named. Even II. i tinii" for the six lurluugs. l:irf., corresponded t!.. as for last years running. Grosvtv.or was ,i jutsider in the betting and came from behilid to wtar dow.i Tarts in the last sixteenth of the r,.ci. His victory this afternoon was uoiv u.-pr ssivo than that of last year, for he won by a fiivaU-r n.argin. 1 1 ibi.i;!, because of his supposed pull in the K SiH. was the favored o.se for the race, hut he was l.i-ver lormidable and finished tar back. The . on was always between Tarts, Slienvoyd and t.n ;.Vl uor. The winners connections prolited hnnd-s i.h ?j by his victory. . Vui i;- s. wi-iii a double during the afternoon wlc.i Oakland and Old R.n, Uitii favorites, showed ii.i ,.a to the finish in their rested ive races. Old il u kiict-.l far back in the cany running in hi i is ! a:y style, but when settled f.dly for the st i eh crive. he came with a cyclonic rush from ji;; pla i U: dispose of Deposit handily in the last si t atli uiii win hy a big margin. After the tin- li 1l was the unanimous opinion that, barring neci-i. -i. l.e i certain to win the rich Ialmeito 1arl: Jtcriy. .1 c!; y Kenneth KarricI;, who will ride for tie-M s-s. Hitchcock in France this reason, was an arrival loday from Aiken. S. C., where his father, AY II. lCurick. is wintering twenty-two horses, the io iiy oi Messrs. II. K. Knapp. 1. It. Hitchcock iiiid s. L. Parsons. Sixteen of the racers are two- ... s. The older division includes Yankee Nu-iio, s, S ivl::e, Tranid. l.eethoven, Dakota and Rcees- M . TI; last named ijajjirciuyit recivinv- !es.n-V i i :"i ."wifTl TC view to racing exclusively over the j mi s. A!i the horses are wintering in gia.ni sl iip; ul if Is the present plans of tin? trainer to ir.a curate his racing campaign for this season at 1 ; jgtin ; tid then ship to Louisville for the niceties at Diuglas Iark and Churchill Downs liefore st.idig the string to Belmont Iark. It ; - native Miller of Richland County, a stiitHK.i s .importer of racing, was an interested visi-tr:- a llf course this afternoon. He complimented t l.u.agi meat and the ollieials on the quality of tin sprrtand the excellent onler which was maintained. 11. D. Williams, acting as agent for .1. L. Holland, h g 1 a protest with the stewards against jockey loli nv McTaggart riding Grosvenor in the Ratlcry Park "belling Stakes, In which the Holland stable ah a had a starter. McTaggart signed to ride for the Holland stable durlns the remainder of the Charleston meeting ltegiuuing January 3, but previous o this. II. Ienny, agent for McTaggart. had arranged with A. "Weber for the boy to ride irosvenor in this stake. The ollieials contended that as the arrangement with Weber was made previous to Hit signing of the Holland agreement, the former was entitled to the lads services. M. C. Moure has sold Austin Sturtevant to C. Corstcii. a local man. Among todays arrivals were William McLean, of Cl, icago, and J. Flaherty and J. Hendricks, of New ork. The latter purchased Cockspur from J. O. Talbott and turned the horse over to Archie Zinuner to train. Hendricks was the former owner of the lilly Ann Tilly, which was taken out of a selling race last week. Canipeoii was jumped on during the running of the l.attery Iark Selling Stakes and cut down. II. G. Bedwell claimed Loan Shark after the latter was beaten in the third race. W. !. Yanke, George North and .Tames Jackson withdrew from the ranks of the layers today and tli ir places were taken by Al Hanf and Frank Haiti. Jockey Deronde has employed an attorney to take can of his interests following his disagreement with II. G. I.edwell, his contract employer. He will endeavor to break the contract. It. J. Towers, who has been trainine the hors"? of i . J. Brown at Charleston, will in future handle his own horses. The following were the best trials shown at ral-nittto Iark this morning: Ann Tilly Three-quarters in 1:10. . UUh Bryson Three-quarters in 1 :10. Emerson Cochran Three-eighths in 3S. Henry Hutchison Three-quarters in l:isJ,. Jabot -Half mile in 53. Laura Five-eighths in l-AHVr.. 1alannuln Five-eighths in 1:0-1. Iluvious Half mile in "1. Snowllakes Three-quarters in 1:1!. Ta Nun Da Three-quarters in 1:1!1. W. W. Clark Three-quarters in 1:20. Yenghee --Seven-eighths in 1:34. Young Emblem Seven-eighths in 1:31.

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