Final Week At Havana: Oriental Park Meeting of 100 Days Ends Next Sunday.; Jockey L. Fator Star of Yesterdays Excellent Program of Seven Races., Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-31


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FINAL WEEK AT HAVANA Oriental Park Meeting of 100 Days Ends Next Sunday Jockey L Fator Star of Yester ¬ days Excellent Program of Seven Races HAVANA Cuba Mnrcli 30 Only seven mdvo lays remain of the 100day winter meeting of tin CubaAmerican Jockey Club the sport coming to an end witli the miming of next Sundays program Despite the eightday suspension of racing on ac ¬ count of the recent general strike and the en ¬ countering of more than the usual amount of dis ¬ agreeable weather the meeting has been the most successful one ever held on the island Plans for the future are held in abeyance until the pending deal for the sale of the Oriental Park track is completed completedJockey Jockey L Fator was the bright starof yester ¬ days racing the young apprentice riding three winners Quin and Roscoe Goose in the first and second respectively and Fritz Ernst in the mile ami a quarter race the most pretentious offering of the afternoon Quins victory in the opener was easily accomplished Fator keening him close to the leader and when the latter tired drew away to win by two lengths It was a different story with Roscoe Goose his winning margin being a neck earned after a desperate stretch drive with Rora In tin mile and it quarter race Fritz Ernst set the pace all the way and Fator took no chances and rode him out at the end when the favorite James challenged gamely In the final eighth eighthThe The most interesting finish of the day cnmo witlrtlie running of the f mirth Trace in which Lackawanna triumphed over Avion by a nose In as thrilling a struggle as has been seen here this year Rafferty yearRafferty was given the preference in the third race but he tired after getting to the leader at the eighth post and finished third to Premium and Sweet Alyssum The sixth fell to Mae Murray which apparently was much best and won accordingly ivhile the clos ¬ ing race saw the favorite Diadi badly beaten by the unconsidered Perigourdine A sale of horses iu training was held in the pad ¬ dock at the conclusion of the races on Saturday and the following were disposed of James to S Aronstein 1000 Frank Burke to G R Smith 450 Lavender to C J Fitz Gerald S200 li Verne to C J Fitz Gerald 175 Emily to a Mr Towns 90 Literal to 15 Royce S110 Lowell to AV Carleton 200 Eddie McBride to E C Grif ¬ fith 450 Riverside to J San Martin 75 Fleche to W Carleton 115 Schemer to AV Carleton 125 Queen Gaffney to F N Beamer S125 Jcl lison to R L Fitzgerald 100 100C C J Fitz Gerald has purchased Oenonthera and Clonnkilty at private sale saleClarence Clarence Ituxton jockey A Piekens and J L Coyle will leave for the States tomorrow tomorrowFritz Fritz Ernst was claimed by Kay Spence for 1050 Mrs 1050Mrs 15 Uarber claimed James for 850

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