Victorious in Fast Finish: General Menocal Beats Judge Pryor and Govnor in Handicap Feature at Havana, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-21


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v G ;;j a ; to to Pi all ,,! i Hi I" !i !. Is to :l n aer K •" m ■ by i. M •] i: K. g] „ M j, i- i; ki ,, a ., !. ,, j, • , v s of VICTORIOUS IN FAST FINISH _ H General Menocal Beats Judge Pryor and Guv- _ nor in Handicap Feature at Havana. s HAVANA Cuba. January 9tX — Tlie Galhina Han- " dic-ap. todays feature at Oriental Pnrk, fnrniabed v stirring eaateat. in which the C. and P. Stable-- QeneraJ Menocal came from behind in thes tretch p win Koiag away a leagth in front of ladge s_ Pryor. The race was .1 tood batting affair as _ four starters found strung support. ladge _ Pryor and Gavaor raced like a team, lirst aae, 5 then the other showed in front. They Sat a fast 5 pace, running the first smarter in 22%, tip half in ,7 in1.,. General Menocal wa- reserved in the rear ,y until well inside the last eighth, when he begin .-, gaining on the leaders and flaiahiag with a good burst of sped win going away at tlie end. .-, The fourth reaatted in a driviag finish betweea 5 ur of toe eleven -tarter- in which Suez asanaged 5 beat Caraway by a bead. The latter was going fastest at the .nd aad would have beaten the win in another striae. si tlie aacaiag dash fell to I. mi Quae, which beat hentmere by a length n a driviag finish. I Taenia caase from last place at tli- top of the stretch and 1 at Bangs less by a head in the • P. inroad Ina Wood and Sugarmini. the early pacemakers, unit when the real i-sue came. Blins »». had :•• i»- hard ridden to beat Bockport x a length in the aixth. After his victory Ellas U. j was claimed l . I B. Itoyle for S1.HMI. Sag.innint changed hands again this afternoon after her race, i: Major claiming her from K. .1. Stevens for _ Sl.lllO. Ralph B. Covin. Jr.. accaanaaaind by his bride. I was among today- clubhouse guests. Mr. Govia is * the proprietor of the Elmira. N. .. Advertiser, and the sou of the owner of the Havana aewspapers Mnndo and La Preaaa. John Golden, the well •known American play- 1 1 -• :. aiaiveo todaj for a brief raeatioa and wa* 1 among the clnbhoBse visitors this afternoon. YV. It. Betla three-year-old Awniug. which has been en the ailing li-t. is back in training again. : Osgood, the six-year-old gehliug ia tlie stable of , B. Rict. is slowly recovering from an at lack of iUaesa. Dr. i". w. Ashe reaorted that lb* brood mares . Quickstep and San Andres died from lelauus al Oriental Park Stock T-.-irm. , This morning was declaration date for the Cuban Derby, Grand Prise of Cuba and the Grand a- tionai Handicap. Deelaratiaa for the fir«: pan of the Cuban Produce Stakes of JJto is February 1. 1 Those not delated on or before that date will 1 have to pay S50. Thomas M. Marphy. ■ well-known Keatnekj 1 breeder of thoroughbreds, will depart Saturday for New Orieaas, a hew be will remain far several weeks before returning to his home la Lsalsville. : i: W. Padetford severed coanectiom with the 1 al lo of Thomas Doyle and will shortly lake charge j aaothet stable ♦

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