Rain Falls at Louisville: Change in Track Conditions Leads to Declaring off of a Race, Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-02


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RAIN FALLS AT LOUISVILLEl 1 1 CHANGE IN TRACK CONDITIONS LEADS TO DECLARING OFF OF A RACE. Douglas Park Officials Provide Substitute for Original Sixth Dash — Bob Hensiey Bid Up 00 After Victory in Selling Race. Louisville. Ky.. Jue 1. -Brisk showers, bringing llu Iral rain that lias I sillt-n hero while tin- racing at the- local tracks ii;i - bee* ii* »injr on. tailed the • i- iglaa Park Hack considerably today and nc- i -i| for numerous withdrawals from tke lift H i .iiid m:1i !:• • s. flu original closing dash was .1 -i-lared off because of the scratches and an extra race ■ ii! i furlongs was hurriedly sabstltnted. During I tin- afternoon more rain threatened and was resuou -i..h- lor ■ decrease in attendance. The betting : lis., i.ii oil considerably, the total being, smaller than "n nuj previous day during the meeting. There were no outstanding feature*, the racing : heiug routine, altboagh Interesting. Mane of the • in iHues m . • exciting, with the winner in ihmbl until the illici.il placing. Jockeys Ohert, IVmnollj and Neylon divided the riding bunora by en -n i plnillog two winners. The vletorj of Boh Hensiey in tke fifth race was - i.ilv in owner Livingston, as tne poll was hid I up rrow an entered price of ,000 to ,905 by I I on hsiii. r. who railed ■ got him. Boh Hensiey was inii.il the best la the race and won as his rider pleased. ■!. W. tliHhea, a starter in this race, became unniauagahlc the moment he uot oa the track ; and ran "ii three furlongs the reverse way of the course. He was withdrawn, hat iln- Money bet on ■ hiai was I. .si on Seconal of the- rnle prevailing al I all Kentucky conrses that a horse one* delivered I by his grot ii . I the paddock is considered t 1 he in Iln- hands of the start. -r. V/iUiaai tlersi and Gcorg U. Holle of Nashville, ■ were visitors at the track this afternoon. Indian Kumar. ..wind by Carroll B. Keid. got 1 lo - • from his stall at Churchill Downa lasi night . ml during Ins rambling Injured himself so si--rrrel as to necessitate his desrmction. The coll was a promising prospect and regarded highly by his on aer. A Hundley sold Long Bench at private terms t.. • V. V. Walsh liis isornlug. Before .!■-.. art are for Chicago tonight, Jefferaon 1 [Livingston in-ranged to send -ix horses, Incinding - dtp.. . ii.n ley. Cash on Delivery, Bonne Chance, % ITlDCess Callawa.v and o-rtrudo I.. to l.nlonia. • where they will be raced under the snpcrvisi.ni « i 1 trainer chit Hammon, who also has the extensive i string owned by K. K. Bradley In charge, ili*-others in the Livingston establishment, except t Iron Mask and Bd Howard, will be sent at the e close "i racing here to Saratoga in charge of t trainer Herman Brandt to he rented until the open bag of racing there. The In tools divisi.ni will h--shipped to Brandt at Saratoga Immediately after the ehs,. of the l.al.mia meeting. Iron Mask and Ed Howard will ! .- turned out until fall near Lexington to give them opportunity to recover their r i. -si form. Mr. Livingston also concluded arrange incuts wberby K. It. PraaVy has third call on jockey Ncj li.ns scrvic.-s until September ■•. That t rider will go from here to I atonia and laler lo | the Fknplre City track at Tankers and from thre to Saratoga. J. V. Schorr has second call on Ney, loa at tracks where tin Livingston horses arc need I and his claim lo the boys services v. ill precede thai oi R. R. Bradley on eastern courses. As ■ result of the run ups ..u Bel] Hone Saturday and Boh Hensiey this afternoon there will be :m extra lac ..n Wednesday at one mike, the parse for which will come out of the advance fund. It s eh» likely that -even races will lie carded next Saturday on get -away-day. As a result of .. . Camdens appointment to i he United States Senate Mr. taniden probably will nsign from the Kentucky State Baring Commission to glee his undivided atteatioa to his high oaVe ami Thomas C. McDowell is being favorably spoken of as a i oasible successor to him. A number of I liel±pjD emen thi- afternoon signed a petition to he lofwardi d to Imiv-1ii r Met reary reojnesting Mr. Mel low ells appointment. fin- following were anion;; I he best trials this morning at the local tracks: At Douglas Park: AHan Cold Mile in 1:47%. ISoiiiiie Kelso -Mile in 1:44. Douerall- Mile in 1:11. Class Mil.- and one-sixteenth in 1:7.4. 1 lodge Three quarters in 1 :1T. Surpassing Half mile in ." : . Ihe Wi.iow- Moon Three-eighths in .".i!"-.. I uclc- ll-.ii 1iM elghtha in 1 :ii4:: . Wiiite Wo-.l -Three-elgbths in 37%. Wolfs Baths five-eighths in l :u::. At ChnrcbUl Downa: Ambrosial Half mile in SO. Brigs Sister— Three-eighths in 37. Busbj llv-Mi Three-quarters in 1:20. Chesterton- Half mile in .11. Eustace Half mile in 4!*. Ilvinv leel Ml i. ill 1:46%. In. z Three eighths in :;7. Jeuny Ueddes Mil.- in 1 :4." . .1. c U. Half mile in 4!»-.,. ii-s Thorpe Three-quarters in 1:17. Major Stone Half mile in 53%. May I-. Three eighth* in ::7. Kobiuetta Half mile in ..I. Robert Kav Half mile in .",1. Baoul Half .mile in 4 l. Star OByaa— Three-eighths in .10. The Ctndei Half mil.- in 5*.

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