Mayor House in Fast Race: Escapes Interference near End and Easily Takes Main Attraction at Havana, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-28


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MAYOR HOUSE IN FAST RACE Escapes Interference Near End and Easily Takes Main Attraction at Havana. HAVANA. Cuba. January J7. Mayor lloii-e. running under the color- of the Buffalo turfaun c. K. Gilroy, account,, I tat today- feature, a dash of five and a half furlongs. Mayor House was ridden by Fletcher and. after being a trailer to I he stretril turn, closed with a rush on the in-id . winning easily from the favorite. Fright. The hitler had a rough trii . as did .Mnnib. Jumbo and .Mess Kit. This trio was carried almost to theoutside fence bj San Diego when entering the homestretch, fin-ishinu in a part of the track on which new dirt had been spread. The Ferole filly Tosci accounted for the first race of the afternoon, in which Harry Morrisseys titir Jack, a black colt by Beach t umber Princess Titania, was made favorite on the strength of -. eial t.i-t work out-. »ir Jack ran well for lu-iaitiaj start under colors and but for interference entering tin- stretch, when he was in th,. lead, might have won lo-ca. under Hunt- good ride, came fast in the stretch and was drawing clear at tiie end. Cornelia c. wa- a hoi favorite in the second, but was never prominent, tiling badly a iter going a half. The winner turned up in J. II. Moodys Voorin. which got to the front in the last eighth after the pacemaker Talent qnit and outgamed Aunt Ded.i in a close finish, ISeorge W. Loft, a prominent New York turfman making bis annua! visit t-. Cuba, wa- an Interested spectator of the racing here this aftern on. He expects io remain well toward- the close of the Il.eet 111.:. Todays attendance wa- augmented by the presence of several liundred tourists comprising a pot ■ ti f a party whi.-h arrived Wednesday , -ti the s. s. Megantie making a tour of the We-t Indies The i-ii t. the rates is part of tie itinerary of that trip. Francis A. Bteimer, sporting editor of the Nen York lb raid, who has been enjoying a well earned vacation in Havana, departed by steamer Friday for hi me. Jockey !•. Weiner vill depart for hhi borne in New York tomorrow P. J. W, Hiatus tedaj purchased of i . L. Poster tie- ,-. atrad for j ckej J Prancis. N. J. Panic- wa- suspended five days :"i rough rilling on Kan Diego. Baaalag • ; todays program marked the half-way mark of the meeting. a

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