United Verdes Big Victory: Wins Valuable Bashford Manor Stakes in Gallant Style.; Oriole Runs Well and Finishes Second---Favorites Fail in All the Races., Daily Racing Form, 1920-05-13


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UNITED VERDES BIG VICTORY Wins Valuable Bashford Manor Stakes in Gallant Style Oriole Runs Well and Finishes FinishesSecond Second Favorites Fail in inAll All the Races LOUISVILLE Ky May 12 C W Clarks highly rateil United Verde showed himself to be a colt out of the ordinary aid probably the bust in Ihcse parts by scoring a victory in the Hash ford Manor Stakes worth X7075 net and con ¬ tested by the cream of the twoyearold colts di ¬ vision in these parts Oriole carrying 1 Living ¬ stons colors landed in second place and AV Perkins Eastcrsjde finished third Gifford Coch rans Smoke Screen saved his stake by finishing fourth Tin winner although beginning slowly was lucky in escaping the jam that came soon after the start and which was responsible for the elimination of some of the starters He showed a high order of speed in the last eighth and over ¬ hauled the flying Oriole in the last seventy yards Uncle Aelo and The Ally were a pair of principal sufferers from the interference that developed when the jam came cameUnited United Verde was bred by T M Murphy near Louisville and was sold to 1 C Milam for 2000 The latter in turn sold him to his present owner for 12000 ami he is well worth the price judg ¬ ing by his performance this afternoon afternoonAdditional Additional rain caused n heavy track and it required a horse of stamina and speed to race in it successfully Upsets were frequent during the flernoon the public seemingly being far off in II rir judgment with respect to winner winnerFavorites Favorites offended in all the races and their failure was costly K H McLeans colors were carried to victory for the first time this season when Flying AVelshman outstayed an ordinary baud ii the opener openerFranklin Franklin DOlier national commander of the American Iegion has departed for Indianapolis ifter a visit to Louisville to see the Derby Mr DOlier was enthusiastic over the event Racing is my favorite si ort he said It is the most glori ¬ ous pastime enjoyed by cltixens of our country and I intend to return to Kentucky to see the sport whenever I am able to toJoseph Joseph Ijcopold and Peter Fabacher two racing eithusiasts from New Orleans departed today for their home having been here since Derby Day witnessing the Churchill Downs sport It was their first visit here and they were greatly impressed with the Derby Day incidents and immensity of the racing interest in these parts partsK K U Hradley dUpoed at private terms yesterday morning of the colt Hritish Liner to T J Pen dergast which will be trained by L Calm CalmA A K Macombers Star Master in charge of trainer Lewis Garth and C N Garrisons He Frank in charge of trainer AV Jennings readied here this afternoon and will be starters in the Clark Handi ¬ cap to be run Saturday Jennings also brought along two other horses which will fill engage ¬ ments here hereH H C MeLellau president of the Fair Grounds New Orleans and A Hurglass one of the directors il the Husiness Mens Hacing Association who came to witness the Derby departed tonight for the Crescent City They were greatly impressed with th racing action her1 her1Former Former jockey Lloyd Gentry now in charge of lh J H Klwcll Heach Stable horses returned this morning from Greenville Texas where he hd been summoned by the death of his sister sisterJockey Jockey George Molesworth met with the unusual ncidcnt of tinowing a formerly injured shoulder out of place while astride Doric in the second race and it incapacitated him being forced to ease up his mount in the last sixteenth to prevent fall ¬ ing off It was with difficulty that he succeeded in pulling the filly up aftr the finish and lie returned to the judges stsrirt in great pain The stewards excused him from weighing in Had Doric had Molesworths best assistance she would have been an easy winner

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