Latonia Derby Day Here: Small Field to Contest Over a Probably Heavy Track.; Fast Sprinters to Meet in the Quickstep Stakes--Yesterdays Racing Ordinary., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-11


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LATONIA DERBY DAY HERE Small Field to Contest Over a Probably Heavy Track Fast Sprinters to Meet in the Quickstep Stakes Yester ¬ days Racing Ordinary LATONIA Ky June 10 Only five threeyear olds have been named to start in the thirtyninth Ltitonia Derby which has its decision tomorrow There is a prospect that the field will be further reduced should the track continue muddy but this contingency is a remote one unless more raiti visits here before post time in the fifth race E It Bradlcys redoubtable pair Behave Yourself and Black Servant are the outstanding favorites the remainder of the probable field being Rangoon Uncle Vclo and Brother Batch BatchSo So far only one positive rider lias been announced for any of the starters that is Pool on Uncle Vclo Garner is namod fur both Rangoon and Brother Batch and Bradley is undecided whether Lyke will be astride Behave Yourself or Black Servant In the event that the track continues muddy Bradley doubted that he would start Black Servant In that case Lyke will of course have the mount on Be ¬ have Yourself YourselfThis This afternoon Mr Bradley announced that in case the track is firm Black Servant will be a starter with Behave Yourself and that if lK th colts are in the lead near the finish he will instruct that Behave Yourself take the victory This is not done with any view to taking down the addi ¬ tional oPOO that goes to the wjniittr of the La tnnlaxDerby if hc liad prevjousljTtriuniphcd in life Kentucky Derby The 5000 bonus Mr Bradley expects to donate to orphan asylums that Mr Matt J Wlnn may designate In the event that Behave Yourself is Mr Bradleys lone representa ¬ tive in the Derby and the winner the D000 extra will apply just the same samePost Post positions of those entered arc 1 Black Servant 2 Uncle Vclo 3 Behave Yourself 4 Brother Batch 5 Rangoon RangoonThere There is kcon disappointment that none of the New York stables sent any of their crack three yearolds to compete for the 15000 race It had been confidently expected that several of the cast tuners would fill their engagements in the race but probably Uic running of the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park tomorrow was one of the par ¬ ticular reasons for tiic absence of the easterners HELD FOR ttUTCKSTEP HANDICAP HANDICAPThe The Quickstep Handicap which wil serve as to ¬ morrows secondary feature has some fast sprinters the best in these parts named to start and should result in an interesting contest The post posi ¬ tions allotted those named to go and their an ¬ nounced riders follow Post Pos Horse Weight Jockey 1 Marjorie Hyncs 114 M Garner 2 Miss Muffins 103 no rider riderW 3 tFlaps 135 W Taylor 4 Sands of Pleasure 110 no rider 5 Distinction T 120 120IV J Howard IV tHrookholt 130 no rider 7 Sewcll Combs 105 105S J Francis S tAngon 115 no rider 0 Minute Man 110 J Kederis 10 iDarjeeling 110 L Lyke 11 Miss Jemima 110 E Pool 12 Fern Handler 101 It Harrington 13 lack Hare Jr no rider fL Gentry entry JMontfort Jones entry entryThe The Morris and Waldcn colors wore successful here for the first time in years when their Fallacy bcorcd in the mile 2000 handicap featuring todays program after a hard fought struggle with Bet tina There might have been a reversal of the fin ¬ ish had not Bettina stumbled about seventy yards from the finish The pair were practically on even terms at the time and the slight blunder the Cam don filly made enabled Fallacy to get her neck in front a margin she won by Mile Dazio a victim of being forced to travel through the deepest part of the track for the first threequarters dropped in back of the leading pair on the stretch turn Jjttt was good enough to outstay the others for third place Mcliora the favorite was done after going threequartern threequarternThe The attendance was considerably augmented by outoftown visitors the advance guard to witness the Derby tomorrow Though sultry and at times threatening a downpour the full force of regulars were again present Despite the rough track and vpnly matched starters making for more uncer ¬ tainty as to prospects of locating the winners the betting was normal Many of the finishes were spectacular spectacularBROTHER BROTHER BATCH IN EASY STYLE STYLEBrother Brother Batch earned his first purse this year when hi won in easy style in the fourth race which brought together a band of threeyearolds There was diversified support for the more promi ¬ nent starters here Sir Thomas Kcan and the east ¬ erner Dark Horse dividing attention with Brother Batch in tho speculation Giivnor with his cus ¬ tomary speed showed lijs partiality for the going by going into the lead at once but Brother Batch purard him with ease when straightened away in the stretch and he ultimately won as his rider pleased Sir Thomas Kcan after having been a distant follower closed up welli but Old Chap beat him by a nock to the finish Guvnor tired badly and Dark Horse was done after going a half mile mileRuby Ruby accounted for the opening race Scobie rode her well when he refrained from exhausting her when he found he could not take the lead from Lancelot in the first half She held Dr Car Hipn safo in the stretch when he challenged challengedThe The second raco resulted in an upset when Mont joy was downed badly as a result of being forced back soon after the start It eliminated him com ¬ pletely The winner hero turned up in Yoshimi with Leochares II second and Dad in third place placeHonolulu Honolulu Boy was the third favorite in succession to suffer defeat His undoing was accomplished Continued on second page LATONIA DERBY DAY HERE Continued from first page by Dresden which led for the entire distance of the mile and i quarter dash Honolulu Hoy might have reversed Use decision with the winner but for having the heavier part of the track next to the inner rail through the stretch stretchHarry Harry Payne Whitneys Noontime scored a lucky win in the sixth race in which twoyearolds met She led Equal Rights home by a scant half length The latter was bumped at the start causing her tn drop far back at once Iut for this she would have won wonThe The closing race fell to Inspector Hughes on which the diminutive Josiah showed skill iu keeping him in the best going and coming away in the stretch Simpleton was prominent for the entire race and Dahabiah II just managed to last it out for third place placeJockey Jockey Garner was fined 100 by the stewards as a result of his having assaulted jockey Pool in the jockey room roomBlarney Blarney Stone was permitted to be scratched from the third race because of soreness The stewards before granting the permission had paddock judge Cliawk examine him himI5ud I5ud Fisher advised E R Bradley this afternoon that he had purchased a couple of twoyearolds in the East ami that he had dripped negotiations for the purchase of Rangoon RangoonPlack Plack Servant Itehnvc Yourself and Rangoon were given gallops during the afternoon between the racing Rangoon covered a mile and the Bradley pair cantered threeeighths They were all under restraint no fast work being attempted

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