Viva Americas Triumph: Takes The Long Established Clipsetta Stakes Like Truly High-Class Filly.;Marlon Goosby Gives Weight and a Beating to Good Handicap Horses--Close Finishes One of the Latonia Features--Two Ladies Days., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-14


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VIVA AMERICAS TRIUMPH TAKES THE LONG ESTABLISHED CLIPSETTA STAKES LIKE TRULY HIGH -CLASS FILLY. Marion Goosby Gives Weight and a Beating to Good Handicap Horses — Close Finishes One of the Latenia Features — Two Ladies Days. Latonia. Ky.. .Ii 13. . T. AVorthingtons needy Viv:i America deuMastrated In tin- running «f Ike CUpsetta Stakes, which featured todays racing .-it Latoaia, tkat she fat outciaases tke ether two-year oM fillies in tkeae parta and is probably Ike best nf ker ago and en in tkit country. Oae thing certain, ske possesses ■ eke-aaaaeaal turn t speed awl acta as ii" she could 1 1 ■ .-1 i 1 1 1 .-1 i : i it »nr :i laag raate, if asked in h. a*, la todays race, she araa aUewed to re a lop speed far tke first eighth aad it carried ker lata ■ five lengths lead aver sack good aw - aa Atalant.i .•iiiil Ginsy Queen. Hanover began casing her aa after Beta* tke first eighth .nil aUewed ker !•• ate a length in adiaace of tin- atkera aatil rounding int« tke atretck. untie he gradually aad ker move away and. with a good sis. lengths margin at he finisli. ake araa still under restraint. Gipsy Queen, under kard riding, outstayed Oceaa Sweep for second place and Atalanta was in front at the atkera. The stake was worth .S".7i0 net to tke winner. Secretary Campbell* racing aiiaageaseat this afternoon was a good one and. counted with the fine weather, another iaiairnnr att adance was on bund to view the sport. Tin- racing was enjoyable and in several instances, there were close finishes. Tin; Cuvicr Clnl. Handicap of SI. 100. at a mile and aa eighth, served as a secondary feature, and iii it Marion Gaasky triumphed. His victory was mainly !ne to the blundering ridca that Van Dasea aad Lewder gave Tokay and Ellison. V:m Dasea kept Tokay under such kard restraint in the early running tliat it virtually choked the Faller hers into exhaustion and he qait badly when called on for an .Tort in the streteh. Walter Brady was an intended "goad tkiac" in the opener, hut he eonld do sot better than land second. Ambuscade beating liini out in tke last seventy yards. Impressive made good in the at road race after hading for tke entire v.iy and .1. .. Uardocfc showed the way to the finish in tie- third race. The winner was ridden by tke unknown Bbsip, but Hint jockey put ap a riding exbihitiou worthy of the Mat, and in quite striking coatrast with tkat of Met-alf. who rode Aldehiran. John Whitlow has decided to ship Wcsty Hogan and two atkera in his stahlc io -New York next Saturday. E. K. Bradley and Jockey Lowder Part Company. K. R. Bradley ami lackey Lowder have caaae to tke parting of their ways, and the rider has bees given an optioa to purchase his release for .Sl.300. The eontraet has still seventeen months to run. Failure on tke part of the rider to act along with other emplovcs in the stable, is tin- cans- given for Bradleya desire to dispose of tke eontraet. Manng***1 n.iehmeister aaaoaaced this afteraoaa that he had decided oil two ladles days for this meeting. The first will he .lune 26 and the second one .lune 27. All ladies accompanied by escorts will he admitted fi on botk those days. M. Laweasteia has tiKgiapk«d hen- for stalls for five hors-s that he is dtslrous of bringing from Montreal. John W. Schorr will, at tke dsse of tke local meeting, diviile his string, sending one in ckarge of John F. Sch.ur to Baapire City and the atkera in ckarge of bia trainer. J. T. Moonev. to Saratoga. E. K. Bradley aaa decided to send a division of his horses to Windsor at the conclusion of the Latoaia meeting. Included amnar. tke work out- this morning over n fast track the following were considered the host: Pixie Highway, five-eighth*. 1:03-. ; Ifiladi Anne. tkree -eighths. ::7: Innocent Ines, five-eighths. 1:03; Prince Albert, mile. 1:48%; Angeline, fire-eighths, 1 : «--: Silk Day. time eighths. 30; For Fair, three-eigktka, :tsir, ; dare, three-quarters, 1:10; Saffron Gut, thr qaartera, 1:17%; Tim McOce, five-eighths. 1:04%; Pia Featker, tkree-ouartera, 1:21%; Haatoi. five-eiuhths. 1 MtL"-: Graad Duke, half mile. ..•_•; Oaga star, mile, 1:47; Intom. mile. 1:47%; 1hocion. tkree -qaartera, 1:17: Courtly Lass, tkree-qtaartera, 1:17%; Alert, mile. 1 :.% !-.-: Aarigm, half mile, ."it2:,: Wllkite, mile, 1:47; LfangtaL tkree- qaartera, 1:18%; Bpadix, thr qaartera, 1:18%; Irish Gentleman, mile. 1:48%; Kermath. tkree-eicliths. Bt%; Faux Col. five-eiirhtl.s. 1 ArSy-.: Iteautiful Girl mile. 1:82%; Miss Minn. mile. 1:4» ; KosewotKl, three-ipiarters. 1:17: Quartette, five-eighths. l:i:i-..: Mehaffey. five-eighths, 1:02%; Waterhlue. mile. 1:43V..

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