Wins Five Straight Races: Speedy Careful Adds to Her Laurels In Taking Pimlico Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1921-11-02


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WINS FIVE STRAIGHT RACES i Speedy Careful Adds to Her Lau- 1 rels in Taking Pimlico Feature. Maryland Jockey Club Meeting A Begins with Unfavorable Track i and Weather Conditions. i v a and PIMLICO, Md., November 1. W. J. Salmons speedy filly. Careful, added further laurels to her 1 excellent record and scored her fifth straight victory of the fall season when she accounted for the rimlico Serial Weight-for-Age Handicap No. 1. the P stake feature of the opening day program at Pimlico t this afternoon. The Kane-ocas Stable took down the in second portion of the stake with Knohbie. while J. K. L. Ross Billy Kelly was third. The race was one of the best of the day from a spectators a at point of view and the comely daughter of Wrack s Mindful was welcomed back to the judges stand r with prolonged .cheers. n The start was a good one and there- was no v lengthy delay at the post. Careful, under hustling riding by Rutwoll. was rushed to the front, while a Sonde had Knohbie right on the heels of the Sal-inon starter, with Billy Kelly and Smoke Screen following In the order named, while Oeorgie had a commanding advantage over .Teg. The two leaders " raced heads apart for the greater part of the race 1 arid "Knohbie was a short head in front when they swung into the stretch. Careful, which had raced on the outside throughout, responded with her cus- tomary gameness under punishment and regained the lend, holding the Rancocas nicer safe through I th final sixteenth to win by a scant half length. I Billy Kelly was second choice in the betting, but t wa outrun throughout and never seriously threat- t ened the leaders. The race was three-quarters of 1 a mile and, considering the state of the track, 1 Carefnls time of 1:13 was exceptionally good. 1 " Racing at rimlico this afternoon was ushered in under any but auspicious conditions. Rain. which fell in copious quantities yesterday, last aiight and this morning, left the going in wretched j condition and was -responsible for the liberal ap- plication of the blue pencil. Those, however, which faced the starter were well known for their mud- running abilities and interesting sport on the whole resulted. The card was an exceptionally good one despite the many withdrawals. Atmospheric ion- ditions cleared off before the bugle sounded bring-ing the horses to the post in the opening dash and a , crowd of good proportions was on hand to wel- 1 come the thoroughbreds back to the Hill Top course. ST. HENRY MEETS DEFEAT. Apart from the stake attraction, a race that attracted considerable attention from the spectators, was the running of the Pikesville Purse. This dash "was for two-year-olds and served to introduce to Marylanders some of the probable starters in the Pimlico Futurity. St. Henry, hitherto unbeaten in bis previous starts, was forced to suffer defeat when J. S. Cosder.s Good Times and E. F. Whitneys Caretaker raced home ahead of him. St. Tlehry was the pronounced choice, with but scant attention paid to the other starters. Caretaker and , Good Times were the first to show in front when the barrier was released, while Champlain was well up and St. Henry, starting from an outside position, was on the outside of them. : Caretaker was outrun before the field had gone ! a half mile and Fa tor sent St. Henry to the leader. Hounding the stretch turn lie went wide, while ! Morris, on Good Times, hugged the rail with the Cosden representative and increased his advantage ! through the final sixteenth. Caretaker came wide ; nt the stretch turn, closed resolutely and held St. Henry safe at the end. The latter failed to respond 1 when" struck with the whip in the stretch and might : have been short. Four of the original ten entries remained away when the bugle called the horses to the post for the ! opening race, a dash of three-quarters, for maiden i two-year-olds. The Quincy Stables All Over and I J. K. Li. Boss Finery were held best of the remaining six, hut both were forced to follow home the s Sweep colt Doughnut. The latter raced on the ! outside of the leaders and after Finery tired moved I up into the lead and held All Over safe in the final I eighth. The winner paid 3.10 for in the 5 mutuels. STEEPLECHASE TO WIDENER ENTRY. The Inaugural Steeplechase resulted in an easily : achieved success for the .T. K. Widener stable. Sea i Skipper and Vigilante carrying the popular Philadelphia - sportsmans colors into first and second 1 places, while J. W. Beans Peccant, the favorite, . was third. The Widener pair dominated the running : throughout and were never in danger. Peccant t Jumped well, .but raced wide most of the way and I failed to threaten the leaders. A big field started in the third race, which i catered to platers at threc-qquarters of a mile. . Tliis dash also marked an upset for the talent t when Camouflage was winner from Halu and Vulcanize. - The winner displayed good speed in the e going and outlasted his opponents through the final I drive, although he went wide at the stretch turn. . Turnabout, which began slowly in the race, showed 1 a good performance and finished courageously. The e winner netted a handsome dividend for the usual 1 investment. The race witnessed a change of ownership - in which G. F. Foreman secured .Halu via the e claiming route for 2,715. Bunga Buck made good in the running of the e sixth race, which brought together some good 1 platers. He beat Registrar and Bluffer. Bunga Buck and Registrar were the ones to race forwardly y the first part of the race, but the Dattncr starter r proved tbo best at the distance and won with Ii Kneed in reserve. He was neglected in the speculation - in favor of Billy Mclaughlin. The latter showed a dislike for the going and performed dismally. The closing dash of the afternoon, the Arlington t Hrindicap for three-year-olds and over at a mile Continued on second page. I WINS FIVE STRAIGHT RACES Continued from first page. and a sixteenth, resulted in a thrilling finish, in which the Sunnyland Stables Slippery Elm outlasted My Dear by a nose, while Boniface was third. The start, which was a good one, witnessed the alertness of jockey Gantner when he got the son of Bannockburn away quickly, which, displaying good speed in the going, sprinted into an easy lead. He was pursued by another light-weighted starter. Light Rose, while Boniface was leading My Dear, with Bridesman bringing up the rear. There was a general closing up rounding the far turn and when entering the homestretch Boniface slipped through in the inside, while Slippery Elm went a trifle wide. My Dear ran a remarkable race, was forced for the greater part to race on the outside of her opponents, and she, just failed to get up in the closing strides. The winner, which scored his first victory during the fall campaign, found a track to his liking and was warmly supported. George Peterson, who has enjoyed considerable success this year, brought but two Horses from the Metropolitan circuit to Pimlico. namely Bombast and Lady Zeus. Eleven remaining members of the stable have been shipped to New Orleans to enjoy a well-earned rest. Jockey Everet Barnes, who has been engaged by E. It. Bradley to ride at this meeting, was an arrival from Kentucky today. AVilliam Sheedy ships to New Orleans tomorrow the following two-year-olds to take part in winter racing at that point: Forest Queen, Lent and Kedg-wick, which he secured from AV. Garth. The clubhouse contingent is of large proportions this season and among those who have; taken up quarters are: Edward F. AVhitney, F. J. Bryan, E. O. Smith. T. J. Healey, J. E. Davis, A. U. Morris, J. E. Madden. H. J. Morris. Tom AVelsli. C. R. Floischmann, G. AV. Tompkins. Howard A. Maxwell and H. L. Pratt, acting vice-president of the Standard Oil Company. Trainer AV. Irvine of the E. F. AVhitney stable is enthusiastic over two yearlings that are quartered at Syosset. L. I., and are well advanced in their preliminary racing lesson-!. One is a half-sister to the good colt Patches, a chestnut filly by Jim Gaffncy Beatrice K.. while the other is a bay daughter of Zeus Zuereka. Among the list of. out-of-town boxholders at the meeting are Mr. and Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark, Edward R. Bradley of Louisville, Henry Gibson of Philadelphia, General. Buchanan of AVarrenton, Aa., George AV. and Mrs. Loft, the hitter in whose name the champion juniper Sweepinent runs; F. L. Landstreet. A". G. Street, Benjamin Block, owner of the unbeaten two-year-old Morvich, and S. L. Watson, brother to Senator AAatson of Fairmont, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Clark have taken the Proctor Brady home in the Green Spring Aalley for the meeting. Joe Edwards arrived from New York, this morning i with Siren Maid. Preston Burcli notified the management at Laurel that he will winter twenty horses at that ioint during the coming winter. They are the property of 5. AV. AViugficld, who races under the nom dc course of the Nevada Stock Farm. Four carloads of horses departed from Laurel Park this morning for Havana and will be unloaded at the chute at that point. Trainer AV. Knapp arrived from Lexington yesterday and Exterminator got in last night. J. W. Bean reports that the two yearlings which he has at Silver Springs Farm at Silver Springs, Md., arc two handsome looking youngsters. One is from Sweet Flower and the other from Tan, the dam of Tan Son. Both arc by Meridian. Jockey Penman, who is at present riding in exceptionally good form, will proceed to Havana with Mose Goldhlatt, who will race a dozen of the Harry Payne AVhitney stable through the winter months. The stable, which will be raced at Oriental Park this coming winter, will be shipped one week from today.

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