Conditions Again Normal: Pleasant Weather and Good Track Prevail Once More at Charleston, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-04


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CONDITIONS AGAIN NORMAL I TLEASANT WEATHER AND GOOD TRACK PREVAIL ONCE MORE AT CHARLESTON. Favorites Continue to Make Poor Showing Moisant Ecing Only One to Score Feather Duster Easy ! Winner of Selling .Handicap. Charleston. ,S. ., March :!. Normal conditions prevailed hen- today ami there was ;i return of the usual patronage at Peliiietto Iark this afternoon. Tin sport was again of the sensational sort, four of the finishes bi-iny of tin- hard driving kind with t ic result in douht until Hit last stride. Favorites t iV again in eclipse, Moisant being the only first uelce to score. AH the winners were extensively up:rted, however, and it is doubtful if uu of the layers escaped loss. laulty riding cut an important figure in some of II ic results, the most notable instance being in I lie cosing dasli when Kliighl of 1ncas. although decidedly best, succumbed to I.Aiglon by a small mar S it due to Hie inability of Hie diminutive .Smyth io li of anv assislance to his heavy-headed mount. Miss Gayle, favorite for the lliird race, was an-- :cr Hint was much tin best, bill lost by inches, lhr failure was in the main due to a stumble at a critical period in the si retell when about to pass iino he lead. At that, had jockey Oherl made a more vigorous effort near the end. he might have landed .Miss Gaylc lirst before 1lease Welles. The hitter was making her initial start of the meeting and was given stout suport by those familiar with m r good condition. Tiie feature race furnished the poorest contest of the afternoon. Feather Duster, which had been rac-iig consistently of late, won off by himself with .lamb Itunn in second place and Dick Bcaihvood third. Karl of Savoy was Hie favorite for this nice, but he showed extreme soreness while going to the Mst and. running in keeping with his condition, never proved formidable. Another easy winner developed in the opener, when Schaller came hiiilc unattended, with Elsie Ilerudon leading a t Usely grouped lo behind hiin. .Moisant. backed from to 1 to 1 to . just did get up in time to beat the poorly handled Nolhi, on which .McTaggart i is-id off the purse. R. Foreman has disposed of Outlan to J. Copper-kirk of Washington. 1. I., who intends gathering together a small suing to nice in Canada. News of the death of W. F. Carmody was received Inn- today. -Mr. Carmoily was removed to the home of his brother at Auburn. X. Y., a couple of weeks ago. where he lingered until yesterday. His death w is due to hemorrhage. .1. AY. Mcsscrvy. a local turfman, purchased the i nice year-old Greenbrae from J. Burttschell this morning. W. M. Carter, trainer for Thomas F. Kyan. has ar-anged to ship all fof the horses he wintered at Bciiuiiigi lo Churchill Downs track at Louisville abiUl the middle of April. The Kyan stable will be i .Einpaigucil at the spring meetings on the Kentucky Hacks before being shipped it, New York. .lames Arthur and Edward Mcl.ride. who have In -n associated in tin ownership of a siring racing It it. have agreed to dissolve partnership anil a sale f their horses will be held in the paddock next week. Golden Treasure was kicked on the hock while ai the post in the fourth race, which accounted for his poor performance. L. II. Adair was advised this afternoon by telegraph thai jockeys Koscoc and Willie Goose, hastily summoned lo their homes in Louisville yesterday on account of the illness of their mother reached her bedside just before her death this afternoon. The riders will return here after the funeral. The pretentions K. F. Carman string of racers will be shipped to Lexington at the close of racing her" anil will be campaigned on the Kentucky courses and then shipped lo Saratoga. Mr. Carman .u:ide extensive entries to all Hie stakes on the different Kentucky tracks. There was a decided improvement in track con-tions at Pelmet to Iark this morning and many horses wen given trials, including the following: Ilulgarlan Quarter mile in 21. Colors -Half mile in 51. Curieux Throe-quarters in 1:19 fc. Dangerous March --Three-quarters in 1 :23. Double live Five-eighths in 1:015. Ella Bryson -Three-quarters in 1:22-. Elsewhere -Three-quarters in 1:10. Emerald Gem Three-eighths in 37. Ford Mai -Three-quarters in 1:20. Free Trade Five-eighths In 1 :05. Saltier Three-eighths in .IT-.-,. Gallop Three-eighths in 37. Garl Three-eighths in 3f!. Grasmere Three-eighths in 35. Grosveuor Half mile in 52. 1 May Half mile in r2. Incision Half mile in 52. Jim Savage Half mile in 55. Joe Delbohl Three-quarters in 1:23. Lady Lightning Five-eighths in 1:01. Laura Half mile in 50. Little lvp Three-quarters in 1:20. Malik Half mile in 51. Marjorle A. Three-quarters in 1 :1S. May Shaw Quarter mile in 25. Mltiila- Three-quarlers in 1:10. Fatty Kegan Five-eighths in 1:5. Plain Ann Three-quarters in 1:22. Republican Half mile in 52. RIghteasy Three-eighths in 3S. Rolling Stone Three-quarters in 1:10. Silas Gruinp -Half mile in 52if,. Sk-cth .Mile in IMS. Tom Holland Three-quarters in 1:21. Voilchcn Three-quarters in 1:21. Yellow Flower Quarter mile in 25.

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