Butwells Superior Riding: Deciding Factor in Defeat of Sister Susie in Sensational Race at Havana, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-08


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I ; J 1 i ] i j | BUTWELLS SUPERIOR RIDING Deciding Factor in Defeat of Sister Susie in Sensational Race at Havana. HAVANA. Cuba. January 7. lackey liutwells superior riding -kill was the deciding factor in the finish of the third rare, the most latereatiag of todays program at Oriental Park. Ii was due to the powerful finish of Americas leading rider of 1828 that tins gcheer was able to de-feat Si-tir Su-ie-. l.uiwell seemingly lifting his mount across the win- , Ding line to score by a cane. Water su-ie was ■ warm favorite and appeared! a certain winner aftei racing Koran lata defeat at the head of the stretch. .lu-t as bet admirers were proclaiming her sue teas Bntwell brought all hi- well known riding skill lato play and before the- public fully realised it he had i uracil defeat lata a glorious victory. De-spite tin downfall of The favorite the M3 crowd gave Mnt-well a grand ovation ami kssg ami loud was the cheering for the popular rider cm his re-turn to I hi scale. The Aimoiiia Btabtes Cabaaita was the pablics choice, in the opener, bat -in- ran poorly and was led borne by Paasy, The Baqairer ami shy Ann. which finished in the order named. Pansys p.-r- foimane-c- was a ine-ritorioiis one. a- -lie was fat bai-k to the- stretch tarn, when she slipped throne]: on the inside- and in a leasing finish passed tin tiring The- Enquirer to win drawing away. The popularity of the Aiinonia Stable led the public astray in the seeoad, a- African Arrow, from that establishment and the favorite, failed to justify the support accorded him. The winner tamed up in Dinty Moore-, which, after raeiag Thorn BMom info defeat, beld Oat Neahear safe at the end The latter initflit have- reversed the decision bad he got into his stride, more, qaickly. Instead, he was far oat c,r it until the final eighth, where- In Closed with a hurst of terrific speed that landed him in second place iii the- last stride. Peaelopes defeat in "the main race was .-. nother surprise of the- afternoon, tin- Geagler filly finishing behind Mumb.i .lumbo and Belle of Kl z.i bethtowa. The- bitter kd to tin- last sixteenth, where Mambo Jambo displaced her and was drawing clear st tin- end. The fifth race-, at "tie mile and a sixteenth, fell to Baacraaa, an eqaal choice with Mannkin. which tired badly after stovlag into tin- had entering tie- stretch. The winners auirgla at the end was only a head, tin- Helmet gelding getting the derision ! in the last stride, with Fly Howe fighting had to the last. Tin- biggest upset cif the day came in the final race when Stepson, at -~ to 1 in tin- books and at 9378.90 10 92 in the- machine—, wem by a nose widi ainlle- Light second and Mather third. Todays attendance was swelled bj many toarlstn • arho ::et in duriag the past few days. The meeting is a i i -r success ami tin- crowds an- larger than in 1 any previous year. This also applies to the- speca lath. 11. Hitter Biting, the two year edd whivh finishec! t third in tin- juvenile race on Thursday, pic ked up a Bail going to the post ami was limpiag after the lace. 1 uless infection set- in the filly, owin-i Cowers s.iy- will be all right in a fen days. Applications for appreatice iookoy llaceeca have id-en mule- by D. MeAhtaey, I.. He-Id ami Francisco Hemandex. McAlaaey is rmployed by M. j. Daly, ll.-ld by H. W. llant anil llrmaadri by the- At monia Stable. The Caribbean Stakes, at a mile ami a si vt.-enth. with an endowment of .r.K. which will have- it-renewal ■ here on Sunday, is expected to briag lllleh-l colors a field of ten starters

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