Caugh Hill is Winner: Consistent Son of Caughnawaga and Whiplash Once More in Form, Daily Racing Form, 1914-02-13


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CAUGH HILL IS WINNER CONSISTENT SON OF CAUGHNAWAGA AND WHIPLASH ONCE MORE IN FORM. Archie Zimmer and His Connections Put Over Betting Coup in Highweight Handicap at Palmetto Park H. G. Bedwell Scores a Double. C harleston, S. C., February 12. A highweight handicap at three-quarters, and a handicap at one mile were features that brought out some of the In t racers and gave tone to t lie program at Palmetto lnrk this arteriioon. In the former Archie miner and his connections consummated a betting coup, with Caugh Hill serving as the medium. That veteran campaigner scored in decisive fashion over SljerwHHl and Chartier. with Aneon and Palanquin following closely. Because of his recent failures aiigh Hill had the best of the weights, his impost of 121 being com para tivel.v easy considering his well-Known ability to handle big weights. Cangh Hill followed the leaders until well settled for the stretch driv. then drew out to win with ease. The Zimmcr connections would have made it a double for the afternoon but for the listless ride tiiat jockey Turn, r g;ive "has. Cannell in the second race. Chas. Can-i. dl was winning easily when. Turner grew careless and failed to notice Tom Hancock slip up on the inside until just at the tinisli when too late, for Tom Hancock was then a nose in advance. The mile handicap proved easy for the consistent Iardner, which won commauriiugly over Frank Hud t-oii. Royal .Meteor, the favorite, ran third and Turners handling of him was none too brilliant. In addition to scoring with Iardner. 11. G. ltedwcll won a purse with his recent acquisition. Kffendi, which displayed promising form in winning in easy fashion over Linbrook and Tay Pay. Mollie S., the receding favorite, showed a bad -lerforniance and failed to ligure seriously at any stage of the running. Two "good things" were bowled over in succession in the opening dashes when Leopold and Gordon respectively failed to get any jmrtion of the purses. I.oth were favorites and supported extensively. For striking jockey Buxton with his whip during f Hie running of the last race, jockey Skirvin was suspended tor three days by the stewards. Jockey McTaggart was taken suddenly ill after dismounting from Tay lay and canceled Ids remaining engagements. In making the principal address last evening during the banquet tendered by the city of Charleston to the members of the .South Carolina legislature. Governor Blease, in referring to the racing here, said he had attended the sport; during the afternoon at Palmetto Park and never saw liner racing in his life lie also stated he had ridden in races him-si f, but when he weighed in yesterday he scaled, and as there were no steeplechase or amateur races on the card, it barred him from accepting a mount. Senor Jamie Todd, secretary of the Jockey Club at Caracas. Venezuela, scored his first victory "on the American turf when one of his recent purchases. Corricracker, won the first race from si bis hand of silling platers. Incidentally owner Todd and his friends profited handsomely over the horses victory. II. G. I ted well today secured papers on the apprentice Wolstenholm. A. 13. House was the former i.iployer of the boy. The trials at Ialmetto Park this morning included: Counterpart Three-quarters in 1:17. Dangerous March Three-quarters in 1 :20. Dr. Jackson Five-eighths in 1:00. Karl of Savoy Three-quarters in 1:20. Elsewhere Three-quarters in 1:20. Flying Feet Three-quarters in 1:20. Good Day -Three-quarters in 1:20. Grosvcnur Half mile in 50. Indolence .Mile in 1:43. Irish Kid Three-quarters in 1:19. Jennie Wells Three-quarters In 1:20. John Furlong -Mile and a quarter in 2:11. Kelly Three-quarters in 1:22. Last Cherry Three-quarters in 1:21. Oakland Three-quarters in 1:21. Oiltlan .Mile in 1:40. Prince Ahmed Half mile in 50. Progressive Half mile in 52 ltaleigh P. D. Five-eighths in 1:00. Susan B. Three-quarters -in 1:20. Scrimmage Three-quarters in 1:17. The Hermit Three-eighths in 37. Toy Three-quarters in 1 :22.

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