Pan Zareta Scores Again: Carries High Weight and Easily Defeats Capra at Empire City, Daily Racing Form, 1917-07-21


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PAN ZARETA SCORES AGAIN. CARRIES HIGH WEIGHT AND EASILY DEFEATS CAPRA AT EMPIRE CITY. Good Raco Expected for the Empire City Derby This Afternoon, and Over a Fast Track Ed Rocho Heavily Bid Up After Winning-. New York, July 20. The speedy Texas mare Tan Zareta scored her third victory over the New York tracks, when she was returned an easy winner of the Hillsdale, the overnight handicap, at nbont three-quarters, which featured the off-day program, offered by the Umpire City Racing Association today. Displaying her accustomed high flight of speed, she quickly raced her opponents into exhaustion and at the end was going along easily to withstand the challenge of James Butlers Cnpru. J. Livingstons Diamond closed a good gap to take third place. Favored by her rail position, Pan Zareta easily took the load and drew away in the first strides. Federal Girl was the first and only one to dispute tint leadership of the Texas mare, moving up with a rush when the field had gone an eighth. Pan " Zareta set a fast pace steadily and, when the stretch was readied. Federal lirl had enough. All this time Capra had been going along steadily In third place and moved up gamely when straightened away, but, while she easily disposed of Federal Jirl, she never threatened the pacemaker. Considering it was Capras first appearance of the season under silks, her .performance was a good one and indicates a return to her best form. Majority of Winners Score Decisively. Aside from the Hillsdale, there Avas little of much interest to the program and the majority of winners scored in decisive fashion. The track dried out fairly well overnight, though still a trifle cuppy. Much interest is being manifested in the Empire City Derby, Which .will be decided tomorrow. Rickety; Ticket and a number of other .good ones are carded, .and the prospective, .fichliai.QngtJiat "Should assure u good contest. W. ithlgley, acting for Gifford A. Cochran, has sold the fgtir-ycar-old. Air Man to R. F. Carman at private terms. The Andrew Miller racers, in charge of A. J. Gohlsbbrotigh, will be shipped to Saratoga Springs next Thursday. James Rowe departed for Red Bank this morning to iiispect the Harry Payne "Whitney yearlings quartered on the farm. There are said to be a number of particularly good-looking prospects in the band. The major portion of the Whitney racers will bo shipped to Saratoga tomorrow, where they Will be pointed for the August campaign. The remainder will finish out the Empire City meeting, under the care of Albert Simons. Walter Pearce bid up Kd Roche from his entered price of ,700 to ,800, but the Brighton Stable plater was-bought in for the usual- advance.

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