Sam Freedman Is Victor: Redeems His Reputation in Winning Bashford Manor Stakes.; Only Wins by a Head from Westwood, with Best Pal Another Head Away., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-15


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SAM FREEDMAN IS VICTOR Redeems His Reputation in Win ¬ ning Bashford Manor Stakes Only Wins by a Head from West wood with Best Pal Another Head Away LOTTISVILLR TCy May 14 Another bijr as ¬ semblage gathered at Churchill Downs this afternoon and witnessed racing of the first order The riiiiu feature was the decision of the long established Hashford Manor Stakes It was a grand race with a beautifully contested finish in which Sain Freed nian justified in a measure the good things said of him prior to the opening of the Kentucky racing In winning by a short head from Westwood another which up to this race had failed to show causo for the big price paid for him at Oaklawn Park Right at the hitters head was Rest Pal and racing faster than the two in front of him In lll probability lie should have won wonToday Today was the eighteenth running of the Rashford Manor Stakes the condensed history of which is as follows Year Winner Wt Jockey Val Time 1902 Von Rouse US Winkfield l3tr 5 4 1903 1 P Mayberryll8 H Hooker 1485 ii 1904 Oiseau 121 Munro 3300 n4 1905 George C BennettllS Nicol 1000 fiO l 1900 Zal 118 Obert 1720 5fi 1907 John Marrs 118 Troxler 1570 34 1908 Fundamental 118 Heidel 1415 54 1909 Joe Morris 118 Page 1090 S3 1910 La U Mexican 118Eprjffiu JSOQ r4j 1911 Worth rrr7i21T Koerher liflflO T4 i 1912 Hawthorn 120 Fain 1040 54 1913 Little Nephew 118 Loftus 700 a3 1914 Luke 121 W W Taylor 2710 B3 1915 Ellison 113 K Goose 2350 54 1910 Harry Kelly 121 G Garner 2190 53 1917 Escoba 121 J Hanover 2920 54 1918 Hilly Kelly 118 K Simpson 2910 54 1919 Sam Freedmanll3 J Morys 4030 54 The opener fell easy prey to the oddson favor ¬ ite Kildare Hoy which is now quite a good sprinter The veteran David Craig was a good second with Vision taking third money John moneyJohn W Schorrs Lukes Pet a daughter of Luke McLnke was made favorite for the second race but had nothing to do with the result the winner turning up in Spring Vale evidently a speedy filly which defeated the early pacemaker Lady Roberts by a head with Iris a good third thirdA A band of fast fillies contested the third race witli E K Rradleys unbeaten Rinding Tie a good favorite but after making the pace fast to the stretch she tired as if not quite keyed up for such a strenuous race and was passed by the better seasoned Legotal which afterward had some trouble in outstaying the fast coming Uellsolar by a half length Binding Tie finished a distant third thirdHIGH HIGH COST DEFEATED DEFEATEDSpeed Speed in plenty was involved in the fourth race a dash of threequarters for which High Cost was a heavily backed favorit Third was his portion Klackie Daw ran something like his old time form and proved the winner in good time with Rancher second This good horse might have won but for being knocked about in the race His performance points to his being dangerous in longer races racesSennings Sennings Park gave a fine display of speed in the sixth race and simply ran away from Clermont Ginger Texas Special and Frogtown The latter ran a poor nice and seems anything but another Exterminator ExterminatorH H C Hasch sprung a mild surprise in winning the last race for which Brownie McDawell was a well backed favorite but ran unplaced due largely to rough interference interferenceHarry Harry Payne Whitneys twoyearold filly Fun which started in yesterdays sixth race terminated her brief racing career as a result of an injury she sustained It was due to Pyxs kicking pro ¬ clivities and that colt landed with terrific force on the Whitneyowned youngster while at the post The veterinarian who attended Fun gave it his opinion that she will never be fitted for racing again and an effort will be made to save her for breeding purposes purposesIf If the present plans of general manager Matt Winn is adhered to the order of former Kentucky fall racing wilt be changed and instead of Latonio beiirg the last track where the sport will be in progress for the season Louisville will come in for that doubtful honor According to present plans Lexington will begin the fall season as usual and Uitonia will follow It is contended that the Mil dale course with its vastness in a racing way is entitled to receive all coueessioifs and as the weather during Octnlier is usually stable Ixilonia should have the benefit of it Louisville likewise it is argued is nearer the south and would fit in with the horsemens schemes by being the last racing point for those who desire to go into winter quarters would be practically at their destination or the shipment to Iexington would be a short one Those owners who would continue campaigning at winter tracks would also find the shipment shorter to LatoniaThe their destination than if they were at Latonia The fine filly Hegalo is showing no serious effects as the result of her injury in the Derby and is again back on the track taking light exercise with a view to starting in the Kentucky Oakst

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