Lorena Marcellia Again: Speedy Two-Year-Old Repeats New Year Day Success, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-08


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| . J , LORENA MARCELLIA AGAIN • 1 i Speedy Two-Year-Oid Repeats New Year Day Success. *■ ♦ .j Mooresque Increases Goldblatt Total — Agreement Reached as to Riders and Agents. | t ♦ ■ H HAVANA. Cuba. January 7.— B. A. Jones I/ rena Ifarcellia, which won the first two-year-old race run here this year, came back with another winning performance this afternoon when she beat Seth3 Lemon by ■ head in a driving finish. Lorena Mar-ci-llia would have won further off had she not stumbled at the sixt-c-nth post, where Lilley had to take- a firm hold on her to get straightened out. The filly naturally slowed up a bit, forcing tie- rider to put no an energetic finish for the last fifty yards to keep her going. Seths Lemon finished second in resolute fashion and will undoubtedly improve. Carbonell. a first-time starter, witli little McLaughlin in the saddle rau straight aad true all tin- way, finishing third. Most- Goldblatt added another purse to his credit when Mooresque won in the Secead. The filly wan a bit unlucky, meeting with interference when Penman attempted to come through next to the I aside rail entering the home stretch and was blocked. The rider then took her to the outside and. when straight-ned out. she closed with good speed, cettiag an in the last twenty yard~ to beat the tiring Mad Nell by three- parts of a length. End Man spt i-adeageled ins opponents in the third, BoMasOB getting him away with the leaders and before he had gone an eighth had opened up a three. lengths lead which was increased to four at the finish. Ramkin was a fast-closing second a half length ahead of the tiring Koran. Puddb* got tangled up with the webbing when the harrier sprung in this race. Mack Garner* race was below his best form. Little Gink folic, wed the pacemaker Bibbler until Straightened out in the homestretch, where he moved up fast and WBB the fourth race by a length and a half. Me.oloworth came from behind with a rush and just managed to get up in time to beat Bibbler by a head for second place, Dan. the winner of the fifth, was forced to overcome early interference in which he wis crowded back on the fi:-t turn. II- was taken to the outside where he gained in the stretch and. getting up in the final strides, beat Misericorde In a neck. Golden Chance won tie- sixth race from Harry M. St veils by the smallest of margins. The latter was away forward!. . but was cut off and forced to pull up He weal to the outside and was gaining on the- winner last. Dolph was third, five lengths in the rear. The committee representing the Thoroughbred Horse Assoc Is tl ii. after a conference with the board of stewards regarding tie pnestlsn ef supervising engagements of riders and professional jockeys. agents nave agreed with the officials that the following rule shall prevail on and after Tuesday. January W, 1922: "The regular bona fide employers* anal] nwhe all oetside riding engagements for their contract riders and all such I. BgBgSSS BBtS shall be in writing upon blanks to he obtained from the racing secretarys office and signed by the contract employer and by no other person, or by the rider if he be a free lance. No other agent or person shall b- recognised." It wn. al-o slate. that rule I jg would be strictly enforced. This rule is as follows: "No BStSBB -hall be permitted ♦ , bold a contract on a jockey or an apprentice unless said person is in control or possession of a stable or horses." The stewards ordered that until such time as satisfactory settlement hid been made ami effected by and between W. J. Daly and M. A. Silvers regarding training eintBSlS, upkeep and winnings of the man- Waking Dream, which is now racing under the name- of W. J. Daly, the mares entry be refused. Colonel Charles Hernandez, ex-secretary of the interior, was among todays visitors. P. j. stevns lias severed his connection as trainer for llie stable of T. Hodge. The latter will train hi- own hors.s.

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