Escobas Harold Stakes: Alexanders Good Colt Proves Clearly His Recent Defeat Was A Fluke.; Latonia Racing Attracts Another Great Crowd--Westy Hogan Scores Again--Owner McDowell Takes Two Races--Jockey Martin Fined., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-21


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ESCOBAS HAROLD STAKES ALEXANDERS GOOD COLT PROVES CLEARLY HIS RECENT DEFEAT WAS A FLUKE. Latonia Racing Attracts Another Great Crowd — Westy Hopan Scores A~ain — Cwner McDowell Takes Two Race-— Jockey Martin Fined. Latonia. Ky.. Juno 21. — K. D. Alexanders good colt Bacoba made amends lor his in the Spring Trial Stakes, in which Jan. T. Clatk mid Tex Forma n. finished in front of him. when h ■ decisively took their mraaar in the Harold stakes, featuring this afternoons rani iit Latoala. Tex Porraan, landed in second place, with Kreeeutter third ;.ii.l .las. T. Clark far back. The art value of the atakca ti. th" winner was ,875. The wiaacr Indicated bia saperiority right real the oatsei by racing into a gand had and aaaiataiaiag it th rem limit lex Poraean maved up fast after raanding into tin atretch and appeared as if he would ghre tin- winner a stoat battle, bat began to tire in the last eighth and had t » he driven out to keen in advance of Kreeeutter. Bncehas ii, is afternoon marked his fourth victory and his third stake win. having previously accounted for the idle Hour Stakes at Lexington and Bash-ford Manor at Churchill Down-;. Ilalmy areather and a aplendid program, it being Ladies Hay. were a combination that canaed an attendance at Latonia this afternoon, of almost record proportions. Track eonditiona aaaiated materially towards good spcit. The racing was inicr-esting and raati] enjoyed bjr the bnge throng. Jockey Martin Fined fcr Striking Barrett. The crack Westy Began was again in the lime light dating tin- afternoon ami achieved an easy victor* in He parse rue at three quarter*, preceding the stake. Be was one f tin- shortest priced ainnera of the seaaon ami ids hackers experienced an anxious period while the Meld was on the way to the harrier, for he seemingly became too much for his rider ami threatened a runaway. lie did Met away for an eighth before he was brought niidi r control. The runaway did not affect him. for he showed much speed in the mnning of the race and won easily from Believe .Me Bo/a and jaeea Errant. Say Fortune in this, was a keen s-itterer from Interference, dae to Martins reagh tactics ii Queen Errant. Afb r the finish Martin struck Barrett, rider of tiny Fortune, with his whip. The stewards promptly took cognizance of Martin of i Baea, suspended him for five days for roagh riding ami fined him 00 for striking Bam tt. The sport opened with a victory for the McDowell colors, when aialra led the others for the entire way. The race marked the first appearance of Alma Louise, the .rack Bemhnrt filly, which nave such sterling promise bjr her phenomenal trials at tin-Fair Grenada early this spring. Kiaaey gave a good performance in the second race, which he won after a hard drive from Arch Plotter and Redlnnd. The latter was claimed by Knebeikamp «fc Boater ton for ,700. Prince B., overlooked, took the third race after a sharp drive with Flv Home. The McDowell colors made it a doable when manager Waite scored in the ,008 mile ami a aaarter handicap, with Midway in ar rnad nance and Daddy Bolbert in advance of the ..fliers. Oeneml Manager Joseph K. Martin of the Fort Erie track, passed Ihioagh here enroate to Fort Krie. when- he -o,s to attend to the preliminary duties incident to the o«ieaing of the meeting there July A. Chris Titz Gerald to S:rve at Fort Erie. Chris .1. lit?. Gerald baa been named as on- of the officials to serve in the Jadgea stand, with Jack Campbell ami Borace Learea, at the Part Brie track. Tie- program looks for the meeting will arrive her.- tomorrow. Jockey Connelly sustained an injury to his lei;, which kept him on; of the saddle this afternoon. and. will also, probably cans;- him to camel his engagement to ride old Bom had in the Brooklyn Handicap next Monday. Program hooka of the first six days of the Brand Kapids racing were received today by horse men here. A numhor expressed their readiness to ship to the Michigan it. to assist in the success of the meeting. Manager and Presiding .Indue Joseph A. Murphy, iii arrtting of prospects for the racial in the Furniture City, staled that tie outlook was roseate and thai Interest in the raining racing was keen and that some of tin- meat prominent persona in the city were support bag it. Horsemen have already began to ship to Oomatoch Park, where the racing will he laid and that, with the manv comers from here, there will lie no shortage of racers for th- me. ting, which Logins July -1. The niiituel form of wagering will b- in use there. The rules of the I.usiness M. ns Association will govern there and all selling races will be claiming. J. M. Coode, represented in the closing race bv Trapper, claimed Wa.lsw orths Lit for ,000. Fink and Delling claimed the horse m his last start for jM0. Work-outs over the Latonia track this morning included the following: Almeda Lawrence Thui aaailm in 1:19. Auriga Seven eighths in 1:20. B. B. Johnson— Five eighths in 1.01%. Big Fellow -Three -quarters ill 1:1".... Big Smoke- Three .pi. n lers in 1:10%. Bit of Blarney -Five eighths in 1 :I3. Black Tonoy Five-eighths In 1:0.1. Blackie Daw Three quarters in 1:17. Brizz- Five-eighths in 1:04--. Buffington Three aaarhua la 1:10%. Cheer Leader Ball mile in 88. Dixie Highway - Five eighths in 1:04%. Emerson Cochran -Mile in 1 :4!t. Flash of Ste. 1 Half mile in B0%. Flitaway — Three-quarters in 1:19. Hodge - Throe-eighths in SC%. Jack Straw Mile in 1:4s.-.. Jane Str.iith Half mile in 00%. — Three-quarters in 1:10%. Luck— Five-eighths in 1:07. Mai — Half mile in U. Marion Osoahy — Three ipjartera in 1:10%. Miles Finlen— Three-quarters in 1:10%. Pay Day — Three-tjuarters in 1:17%. 1enrod — Three- iuarters in 1:10. PUsen — Three-quarters in 1:17%. Primero — Three-quarters in 1:18. Santo — Five-eighths in 1:03%. Sir William — Three -quarters in 1:18. Spndlx— Half mile in 49. Tom Jr. — Mile in 1:43.

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