Platers Day at Havana: Program Given over to the Cheaper Grade of Horses, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-19


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j j I I I j, . I •I to, 1 1 . i 1 ; I j : " I ! ■ ; ; . * . . j j ! I at: a 1 1 I 1 II , PLATERS DAY AT HAVANA . _ 0- Program Given Over to the Cheaper Grade of Horses. 0 — - Elmortf; Repeats in Best Finish of Afternoon — Interest in Sundays Derby Trial. HAVANA. Cuba. February 1s — Todays program •at Orieatel Park was made- up of a series of selling races, in which the cheaper grade eef platers pre- ilominaleil. anel aensl eef the winners had le spare al the finish. The best finish of the afteraeea came with the running Of the sixth ,-,, ,- when Klin-nt managed to last long enough to beat Ile.ubl.-t II. by a head. Ietiman bad lo pal up 0 reasfceg finish oa the winner aad was mainly responsible for the victory. Afte-i five Indifferent races here Priaee of Ceaao finally managed U win when in- led all the way la the opening dash. He showed the most sp.-.-: and was never seriously menaced. The mare- S.bil was again a disapiioinfment. fall- ing to warrant the sappori accorded her in the second race-. The turned up in Fait Ae-" e-ompli. the Von Trump filly showing the way throaghoal to aa easy victory. LayaUel was i«.st ta the third aad hail Hub? trouble demonatra t tag his saperiority, raciag in to a big bad anil ine teasing it as the race preigrt-KS.«.l. W. K. Foes Ilaiinoiiicon filly Mavehonti showed an imp-oveel tic-rforinance to take the fifth raee. setting up in the last sixteenth to draw away from the favorite RUM. Which alse, finished fast. In a holly eoatested finish iu the fifth eaea Salvo triiimpheel over Kaaayrea and Brig of War. the- resell being iu ihiubt until the final strides ii is expected thai n dear a "f the i e-st three- yeai-ohls now racing in Cuba will accept weight* an. I strive foe tin- honor of annexing first moaey in tin- SLV.oo Cuba Ain.rii an Handicap at three i|iiarti-rs e.f a mile, which will be the- main attraction e.f neat Sundays card. Inasmuch as it is likely the siarte-rs will all be- •anelielalc-s for the Cuban Derby. t • be- run in five- Weeks, this stake- is iu the aatata eif a Derby preliminary anil will afford some line on tin- capabilities of those eeaaMered of Derby calibre. It is ppaalble that the- Irainer of the Ainionia Stable- ma decide- to start the- unbeaten Peter Fan Btreel colt Aiken, which has- beea .is-Il-iiciI ISA 1: uiiels for Sunilas featare, in the Lie race. Ne«s ares receired ..f tin- sudden death eif t. a. Davies at Jackaoovllle, Davi.-s has lared hoises during the last twitity years arewad the American and Caaadtao tracks. Mr. Davi.-s was father in law to Walter Fenwiek aad hail an interest in tin. le.isis of the- Fe-uwii-k stable. Williams Hrotbera eaM th.- three-year-old The laniuire-r t. I. 1!. Rice an private- terms. The coll will start under the BOW owners e .elors in the third raee- Saturday. Fieseeei-rou. the bay colt by HespeTBS Chill. Whtell wein iu his lasi start, was sold by Mrs. W. J. Daly to Seiior B. Aharez aad will start under his eseheis in the first race s.i tm day.

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