Cuts New Orleans Record: Bayberry Candle Runs Mile In 1:38 3/5 In Winning Days Feature.; Jockey Lilley Comes into the Limelight by Winning Last Half of the Card with Baryberry Candle, Colors and Chas. F. Grainger., Daily Racing Form, 1915-01-16


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GUTS NEW ORLEANS RECORD BAYBERRY CANDLE RUNS MILE IN 135 IN WINNING DAYS FEATURE Jockey Lillcy Comes into the Limelight by Winning Last Half of the Card with Baybcrry Can ¬ dle Colors and Clias F Grainger New Orleans La January 15 Jockey Lilleys good riding wits tlio outstanding feature of tlie Fair Grounds racing tliis afternoon J L Pauls ap ¬ prentice carried oIV the honors in the last three races His masterly effort on Bayberry Candle in the Cosmopolitan Purse at one mile enabled that lilly to acheive the victory after a desperate stretch struggle with Stout Heart The latter was best hut Warrington made the mistake of taking matters too easilv after he had seemingly disposed of nay berry Candle on the stretch turn Bayberrjr Candle rallied under keen urging and got up to win by a neck The time of the race 138 established 11 new track record recordSummerlike Summerlike weather and a good card were factors in attracting a big crowd to the course The racing was close aild the liuishes exciting Betting action was again voluminous and as favorites and second choices accounted for most of the races the per ¬ ambulating odds quoters were easy victims for the individual bettors bettorsThe The victory of Useeit in the threequarter mile sprint ovsr some useful short distance racers was an outstanding surprise The Bonnie Joe mare led her opposition all the way and ontgamed Jim Busey in the final drive Miss Declare was regarded as best in the race but McEwens lack of alertness at the post coupled with her fractious behavior before the start put her out of the running Another i oor sendoft that contributed to the failure of the fav ¬ orite was the case of Luria in the fifth race Am ¬ brose was caught napping at the break and the lilly got caught in the barrier The mishap put her posi ¬ tively out of the running and she finished with the rear division Estimable led all the way in the opener and Mabel Montgomery did likewise in the second Colors ran in her best form in the tifth and showed the most speed while Chas F Grainger was never headed in the closing dash Jockey Ambrose was suspended for three days by the starter for his failure to get away from thb post with Luria in the fifth race William Smith a brother to Pittsburg Phil was an arrival this afternoon from his home hi Pitts ¬ burgh and will remain here for the rest of the racing at the Fair Grounds GroundsDid Did you see that young fellow I was just speak ¬ ing with facetiously remarked C S Bush this af ¬ ternoon to Judge Murphy Well that is Mr Ed Corrigan Mr ISiish is 84 years old takes an ac ¬ tive interest in the resumption of the sport at the track which he helped to make famous and is like Mr Corrigan a daily visitor visitorJockey Jockey J Oltrieu who recently came from Juarez will not be allowed to ride here until January 20 the date on which his suspension at Juarez will ex ¬ pire Several jockeys have had applications to ride here turned down by Judge Murphy who intends to allow only those riders to ply their vocations hero that can show they are in good standing with all re ¬ putable turf bodies bodiesAmong Among this mornings best workouts at the Fair Grounds were wereAltamaha Altamaha Threequarters in 115 Bean Pere Half mile in 53 53Blackie Blackie Daw Threeeighths in 157 157Roxer Roxer Fiveeighths in 114 Cannock Threequarters in 118 118Casque Casque Threeeighths in 8 8Cloak Cloak Threeeighths in 157 157Cntie Cntie L Threequarters in 120 120Czars Czars Bov Quarter mile in 4 4Delegate Delegate Half mile in 50 50Dr Dr Kendall Threeeighths in 7 7Ella Ella Gram Threeeighths in o9 o9Garnean Garnean Halt mile in 55 55Great Great Friar Threequarters in 117 117Inlan Inlan Half mile in 50 50J J B Harrell Threeeighths in 40 40Judge Judge Wright Threequarters in 117 117Kiltie Kiltie Fiveeighths in 101 101Iadv Iadv Moonet Fiveeighths in 104 104Li Li hi Earl Half mile in 50 50March March Along Threequarters in 110 110Mary Mary H Quarter mile in 24 24Montcahu Montcahu Threeeighths in 5S Mrs Campbell Fiveeighths in 107 107Page Page White Threequarters in 110 110Kiike Kiike Mile in 148 Transitory Fiveeighths in 114

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