Waterblossom Once More: McDowells Speedy Filly Leads from Start to Finish in Fast Time, Daily Racing Form, 1915-10-26


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WATERBLOSSOM ONCE MORE » McDowells speedy eilly leads from start to finish in fast time. ii " 1! Eifle Skcoter Takes the Handicap at and Mile for • Two-Year-Olds — Marion Goosbys Turn to Win — ■ w Latonia Attendance Remarkable. li Cincinnati, o.. October 2."..— T. . McDowells ■ W atcitilossoin account, il for the hanilic:i|i at one 5 i ile and seventy , arils, which was MWM , splendid ii.iiiil of racers :il La tenia today. She J was tin- ravoriio notwithstanding the big impost * she carried, lcil al! the way ami won casing up, . with Hank ODav sf-mn! and One Step third. The latter ami Lady Kotha. which finished fourth. • ause.l a delay at the harrier hecause of persistently 1 Licking ai everything thev could reach. At one 1 •inie both went at il ia spirited fashion and T. Henry, who was on Ijuly Kotha. vacated the I -addle to avoid injury. When the start came Han- 1 ■via was caughi in ilic liarricr and was virtually i out of U en that account. 1 The special SI.ikmi handicap for two-year-olds nrnished mi upset when Uifle Slwoter. recently . • iaitned hy J. Ni. Shilling and starting for the t nrst time in his colors, won over Checks and Cosmic. , The race wa* replete wilh crowding. 1 cgiuuiug on | he first turn, where Mandy Hamilton vas knocked ; a out of contention. Rochester and Milestone were . ifferers in turn. I A remarkably large crowd was again on hand. , In the matter of attendance the present meeting | ;- breaking all records for autumn racing and giv- t ing the spring season a close race. The volume , .■if speculation has lieeii in keeping with other pros- j I eroUK conditions. i Close finishes were again the order in several of the races. In the opener Anna Lou jus! managed , to beat Trout Fly. the favorite, with Water War- | bier third. Many ox| ected the winner to be dis- , • I ia titled for interfering with Water Warbler and s Violet, but no action was taken. .Marion 8oo*by ran in his best form and scored i • ver Converse. The latter. supposed to have been m»H at the Gerst dispersal sale, ran in his former owner* colors. Roscoe Goose, with In-tter riding, might bac witn. fir Ik- had little difheuity in outstaying Conning Tower at the end for third money. Prior to tile racing there was a sale o: racers _Aat auction. Blackthorn was sold to E. C. Crockett en his bid of 00. W. F. Kncbclkanip got Strath- e.irn for S5 and It. . Austin pot Jodc lor 1915.sh00. i apitan Bravo went to I. Ingar for 00. apt. J. II. Koes cau:e down from Memphis to witness the racing during the closing days of the neetlng. Tod Ceila was also a newcomer. He nr-ived from St. Ixiuis and will stay until the close. 4. Howard Lewis, wli.i is in quest of young racers to replenish his stable, was an arrival. He will it end the Haggiu dispersal sale at Lexington on : lutrsdav next. The condition book for the first eight days of racing at Juarez was distributed today among the owners by So.retaiy Edward Jasper. J. B. Camp-I .ell distributed the program lnok for the first seven r.avs of the Howie meeting. For rough riding in the first race jockey Andrevs was suspended by the stewards fir ilie rest ot the i.ieetlng. For a similar offe:ise in the third race Kederis was suspended for the t-auio length of time. Jockey K. Martin was fined 00 and sus|»eu led tor the rest of the meeting by the starter in the t-.ftii race. White Crown frrim Jefferson Livingstons stable ha* lieeii added to the string of racers that Mose iloldblatt will take to Juarez for the winter racing i here. The vearling filly by Sain— Sreerwell. als i owned by Mr. Livingston, will lie taken along hy C.ddhlatt. None of the Livingston horses will be -hipped to New Orleans. The entire stable will •*• transferred to Churchill llowns to winter at the I -m- of racing here. Mr. Livingston will himself make an extended stay in the Crescent City during .lamia ry. WorU-ottts at I-atotiia Su:i.l::y on a fast track i re: Aeis -Mile in 1:4*%. Allan Cold-Mile and an eighth in 1 :5S. itliickbrooin-- I hie. eighths in ::7. J!ol. l:lossoi;i Hall" mile in 49%. Hringhurst -Foe-eighths in 1:05. C:,sh on Delivery .Mile in 1:44. Change— Mile in 1:45*-.. Channelise — Three quarters in 1:16%. Cliff Stream — Mile in 1:47. Cosmic— live-eighths in 1 : »5. Kd Tump— Three-quarters ui iMicV,. Fdith W. — Three-quarters in 1:18%. Gentlewoman— Half mile in 51%. Ooldv— Three-eighths in 3S~. Jack Keeves -Three eighths in 36%. James Oakley Half mile in 5.!. jPrr* — live-eighths in MIL Utke— Three-quarters in 1:10. Malabar -Five-eighths in 1:05. Marion ; .osbv— Three eighths in .,i— .. Mattie C.— Mile ill 1 :5n. One Step— Five-eighths in 1 :Of.. Othello— Three-quarters in 1:16%. Paulson— Three-eighths in ::.. Prince Heruiis— Three quarters in 1:18. Quartermaster— Five-eighths in 1:0.". Oueen of the Mist — Throe eighths in 37%. Headmaster -Mile in 1:83. Subject— Mile in 1:4.!-.. Tilel.ea-cr— Throe quarters in 1:20. The Orader— Three-quarters in 1:21. Tush Tush— Five-eighths in J :0.;. Willie Holland Miie in 1:4.. Worlds Wonder Mile in 1:44. York Lad Five-eighths in 1 : 4. W .rk-outs this morning with the track fast were: Uh Cetz— Half mile in BB%. Vn Port Two miles in :;:." 4. Black Bnioiu— Five-eighths in 1 :03 Chilton King-Throe quarters in 1 :2.r». urilcue— Seven eighths in 1 :., •. Pr Samuel-Mile and a halt in 2:37%. Kriii -Three-quarters " ***• . ,.,,.„ lather Uiley— Thr.v-quarlers in lMli. Fort Sumter— Three quarters in 1:2--. Hard Hall-Half mile in *»•.,. 1.16. Harry L.-Three-qiiarlcrs in 1 To. Immrator— Three-quarters in J. H. Mavkw-H.ilf mile in ;.».-.. Llitle String— Tw» iiiles in .,..» . Miss IWh lare-Half mile in •■•»*■•; ,u n 1.10%. Three-quarters Oiga Star— nule in «•%. Afe-Wn-Hilf fe vl ."en JVui-te 2:07%.

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