Eligibles for Cuban Derby: Among Starters in Third Race at Oriental Park Thursday, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-13


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1 * i i B * at - , J , , at . l ! I i j ELIGIBLES FOR CUBAN DERBY tip . r« Among Starters in Third Race at Oriental Park Thursday. Randel Furnishes Upset in Winning It — Frank W. Victor in a Warm Finish. HAVANA, Cuba, laaaary ii. Ike third ro ■ at Oriental Park ihis afternooa brought together fi field .f three year-oWa, s.-.-.-rai of which are Uerby riigibiea. Its running furnished a aanpriae, the arinaei turning ap in Handel, aa outsider in tin betting, which -cored ia easy fashion. Randel was ridden by Henpel who moved him an witk a rnrh the top of the hamtatielth, where the rider steered him in the :;iio,.l going and. at the Hauah, led by Fincaatle by a length and a half. Lucknow. the .! to •" favorite, finished third. Lucknow i« a •i:: colt and McLaughlia was loo ligit to do him jusi ice. A light rain which fell thi- morning, made the track slOW and in mii.k :"■ wa- slippery. Tie- change la footing favored th.« e heraea which fan-l i.-| a muddy track. The first race brought out a field of ■on-wfanen the meeting. Cortex, th. tavoritc, made good by winning in handsome sty!. Kennedy seat him to th.- trout after be had gone BB eighth and. when rounding the far turn, sprinted in" a commanding le.i.i. being four lengths in treat of Win or Quil ar the finish. After several disappointment. Mad Well finally mile reed. Bha was favored bj twelve pound- off her ia- race and also waa aided bj the -of* footing. Peaasaa picked the going and when entering the beaaeatreteb she took the lead. At the end, how ever. Mad Sell had to be riihh n out !• retain ad vantage and beat Hanvin by only a length Tin- fourth i ice called for Bonwinaere since April 1. 1021. Rlntoat, which proved a dhmppoiatmeat on neveral occaeioes, wis made th.- favorite again, but failed his backers. The winner turned up in Bulger. which fame from behind in tie- stretch, healing thai tiriag Don Thrash by foar lengths. Tie- claiming handicap furnished :i hard foaghl contest, in which foui uf the sevca starters fin lahed ia a d bunch. Praak W. mad.- all the pace and jus; when it looked a- hough be weeM • ic ra. .- at bis mercj stopped suddenly at the sixteenth post an.! swerved. Peaaaaa had to -i dowa and drive him hard for the last HK yards to withstand determined oppoaitioa from Sfelvia. It ..■ i lop.-. I that the mud iiad filled no Frank W.- feet and in an attempt to tkroa it ant be - opi» d Hntcbiaon was a keen factor aatil rounding the br turn, where be stepped int.. a hole and went to hi- kneen al the tbi eighths pent witbbi a half brngth of iii.- leaders. This put bha eat of tie- straggle Another .lose finish cease with the running of the closing !:■■.• wbea Mary Jane Baker tame from behind ia the closing -nhics and beat labaay OConnell. B. 1.. Fitagerahl baa fired the three year-old Brother Joha for aakle troeMe, Thomas M. Marphy, baadaeea man of LaahrviUe. K . in-i oae af the be-; kaowa breeders and owners in the Blae Gran state, is the latest arrival Mr. Murphy, like other tirst time i-:to;-was deeply hBHBreosed With the place. Af hi farm aear LaahrviUe the . BtaRbM Goad Maxim ia standing. »—

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