Tom Hare Jr.S Fine Victory: Carries Top Weight and Wins the Rex Handicap Easily, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-29


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TOM HARE JR/S FINE VICTORY jj Carries Top Weight and Wins the * Rex Handicap Easily. — — -♦ Bunga Buck Defeats His Recent r Conqueror United Verde — Big i Crowd at the Fair Grounds. 1, ♦ NEW ORLEANS La., January 2B.— To P. W. * Clark fell ■■other Saturday feature, wlicn his i idtii II. in-. Jr., miilcv aa impost of 1-0 pounds, bc | counted for tin l!i- mile handicap with .s-."" l added from ■ highly regarded lciml of three year- ..lil His : |..i was a* miili line I" tin- oner i getie ride thai earner gave aha. »s lo iiis owa , merit, the veteran dearly outgeneraled Lang, wliu bad the mount on Poadcaau the runner ap, which i.nlv -iifi umli ! hj the margin • •! ;i half length 1 Miii pad ii]. ■ rsswlag hat tie for the fl.BM too , -Hinting the winner- act share of the money, six lengths in hack of tin- pair caase Commander McMeckin .mil Pap Hoik also engaged in :i l ■: I rifle •in*! foe the shorter; portion of the money. :iikI again juckeyship counted, for Cap Hoik was dearly t lie better, hat Rcohie iao the fatal mis lake of having him in the deepest part of the « track for most of the race, Bad he failed by a I ■■iiooT aarg la to aveihaal the exhausted Marshall I Brother*o 1* psi 01 atatlva. Doubt as to Tata Hare 1 .Ir.s iiliility to carry hi- weight successfully 1 caaaed au ahoeace of gcacral ■appeal for him. 1 ..I Mark had the all. but thai rarer never ; figured seriously at any stage of the race anil was j lieHten off before half of 1 lie mile had been COM- platai. 1 Patted Verde, the BO rodited star of the C. W. Clark stable, proved the outstanding disappointment of the afternoon. He was in with aeoae good ones 1 thai start d in the race following the feature and 1 «»• regarded as abaca! cettala to land the pane, I inn Baaga Back, for the find time showtag his true form here. Mi him from I he start and tri nmpheil in derisive style. Bunga Hurts improve nieiit was foreshadow. 1 by the heavy sntipoit ac-• orded him. Moving lata the bad promptly he was kept in the beet part of the track and show ing the ] iiio.i speed had ratted Verde extending inm-olf 10 the utmost 111 an effort to wrest the lead fmSB I liim. but it was unavailing. I.nnga Bark winning ] In two lengths from Fnited Verde, with liinger beading the others in third place. : TRACK DIFFICULT AND FORM AWRY. With much improved weather the normal strength • oT Saturday racing devotees was present aad wit- ; aesscd some good raring despite tin- difficult atrip that the heroes wire forced 10 traverse. .s in prerioaa days, while the weather ha* been severe. the course was uneven and in their anxiety to -••me the firmer footing for their mounts the jock- eya had their mounts all ever tiie track. in in-Btaaeea this was disastrous for their mount-- it only aataral thai as a result of thin surprises ill veloped and form was awry The aal rheler that succeeded was High cost. H s earij flight of .-peed carried him fai in advance ..f the others and. altlinttgh tiring badly in the stretch racing. I.i- earl] ailvanage precladed i 1 ; — t.eing headed, ■lthoaah Ualriher. a first time atarter :!iis wiiiiii. made a strenuous attempt in the MBl eighth. liie li»ap|iointment here was Knot Crass. arbich lost any chaace by virtue of being asked to 1 traveree nearly a sixteenth more than the others. I.ang was a gala much in the liatelighl duriag the afternoon and rode a trio of winners. He iuaugu rated his -in cesv ■rhea he hrooght Bagaaaore home in 1 1 he second rai • and finished his afternoon with 1 victories on the coiisi-t en t Verity in the sixth at a mile and a half and with Waukag in the final 1 flash. PRINCE K. STARTS FAVORITES DOWNFALL. The overthrow of favorites began at the eataet arbea Priace K. was heatea easily, partly as n re-Mtlt of becoming involved in trouble soon after the •tart. otto, coupled with Old Top as the Montfort : .lones entry, began from an outer pooltioa and Iter • early sjieed carried her out of trouble aad she alaraya held the ran- aIe. Baaiel outstaying Priace • K for second place. :. V. Slick claimed Tantalus for .:JI»0 out of [ the dosing race. Trainer Kay Sponce was unable to get a car to ship the Moatfort -ones norses to Loateville toaaar-raar, .-0 their deaartare will be delayed until Thins lllM l.loyd Geatry leaves the fore part of this week l for Kentucky to take up Flags and aavcral Iwa-year oida for spring racing. His horses are turned I •tit at the .1. It. Beepeaa farm. Bear Erlanger. By. Baylor Hickman. Jr., of faalBrlHe, Ky.. waa 1 aaaoag the new arrivals a: the Fair Graaada He • slopped off en tout, to Florida. Tom Hare -It. aaa tin- first boroe of the Fair Gtaaada meeting to aria two feature rac . He • tlioioughly deaioaat rated today that he is the peer of the three-year old division in the mud hereabouts. ;is lie was put to a aevere test with 120 pounds on 1 liN back in sii.-h deep going. Veritys win today ajaa her sixth for owner J. S*. Hay-, who amuired her in a claiming race at t .lefferson Park. He continues to run Iter for . . thus placing her just wheie silt belongs, and this i is responsible for iier success. Jockey a. Baataer aadervreal an operation far : nasal trouble and will lie out of the saddle for r . ■ .several days more. His suspension was up today. Sway and t ahvreh, owned by C. W. Clark and I which Bra turned out for the winter, will be taken 1 up shortly by .1. C. Milam and prepared for spring raefcag. Milain was taken ill on the eve of his I 1 ontemplatcd i-it here and this caused him to "• caucel the trip.

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